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GEP Conference

4th GEP Conference at the University of Nottingham, Ningbo, China

Conference on 'China's External Economic Relations' 

3rd and 4th November 2011

 

Conference programme

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Ningbo Conference 2011

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The conference will include two public lectures:

The World Economy Annual China Lecture, 'You are Always Welcome: on the Mechanism of Economic Development in China' to be presented by Professor Jun Zhang, Professor of Economics and Director of the China Centre for Economic Studies, Fudan University

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The Youngor Annual Globalisation Lecture, 'After the Great Recession: Can emerging economies meet the growth challenge?' to be presented by Mr David Smith, Economics Editor, The Sunday Times, for which GEP gratefully acknowledges sponsorship from The Youngor Group

 

Related GEP Research

 

For further details contact Sue Berry

 

Papers
Daniel Bernhofen GEP, University of Nottingham Quantity Restrictions and Price Adjustment of Chinese Textile Exports to the US
Junxin Feng, Laijun Luo, Renmin University of China Ryan Monarch, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor What is behind China’s Terms of Trade Deterioration
Gabriel Felbermayr, CESifo, University of Munich Kyoto and the Carbon Footprint of Nations
Hongshik Lee, Korea University The Role of the Foreign Affiliate Productivity for the
Integration Strategies of the Multinational Firm
Mary Lovely, Syracuse University Evolving Property Rights and Shifting Organizational Forms:
Evidence from Joint-Venture Buyouts following China’s WTO Accession
Innwon Park, Korea University Interdependent Regional Trade Agreements and Production Networks: An Empirical Analysis
Puyang Sun, Nankai University

Growth, FDI and Energy intensity: Evidence form Chinese cities

Yasuyuki Todo, University of Tokyo Effect of Privatization on Export through Changes in Productivity and Financial Factors
Wing Leong Teo, University of Nottingham, Malaysia Economic Growth in Emerging Markets A Comparison of India and China
Xiao Wen, Zhejiang University Determinants on the Development of Internationalization in Chinese Enterprises: Evidence from Firm-level Survey data
Huang Xianhai, Yang Caoju, Zhejiang University What is used for World Factory to Produce Exports: A Cross-country Comparison Based on Non-competitive Input-output Model
Xianguo Yao, Zhejiang University Labour Migration, Regional Disparity and Food production in China
Zhihong Yu, GEP, University of Nottingham Trading Partners, Traded Products, and Firm Performance: Evidence from China’s Exporter-Importers
Wei Zhao, Zhejiang University Emerging Paradigm of Internationalization of China’s Private-Owned Enterprises: Theoretical Analysis and Case Study


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