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24 octobre 2019

CALL FOR PAPERS 12th International Conference on the Chinese Economy

12th International Conference on the Chinese Economy
A new era for China: Growth sustainability and Broaden International
CERDI, IDREC, University of Clermont Auvergne, France and CCES, Fudan University,
Shanghai, China
Clermont-Ferrand, 24-25 October, 2019
The CERDI-IDREC organizes an international conference on the Chinese economy every two years.
The conference attracts participants worldwide to address major economic issues and challenges that
China and the world are currently facing. For this 12th edition and for the third time, the conference is
organized with CCES, Fudan University, Shanghai, China.

The overall theme is A new era for China: Growth sustainability and Broaden International
The theme is significant and timely from both the research and policy perspectives.
China’s growth is declining and in the same time, its place in the world economy is increasing. The
trade war with the United States is an illustration of the conflict between great powers, and of the
threat of the growing technological level of China for the developed economies. Several reforms are
expected for the domestic economy and the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) is supposed to enlarge
the China’s influence on the world. There are many debates about internal challenges, as the public
and private debts, the aging population, the reform of public firms…, as well as international
challenges with the evolution of the BRI projects.
The themes of this conference are mainly:
- The slowdown of China’s growth
- The trade relationships
- The trade war with the USA
- China’s investment abroad
- The reform of the State-owned enterprises
- The environmental policy
- The renminbi as an international currency
- The upgrading of technology
- The relationships between China and the developing economies
- China’s aid

Keynote speakers:
Jack Hou, University of California, Long Beach, USA
Barry Naughton, University of California, San Diego, USA
Wing Thy Woo, University of California at Davis, USA
Jun Zhang, CCES, Fudan University, Shanghai, China
As for the previous conferences the best papers will be published in the China Economic Review and/or
in a book format.

Interested authors should submit either a draft or a detailed abstract of their paper by 10 July 2019, on
the website: The abstract should include the objectives, the
methodology as well as the expected results.
The scientific committee will select papers for the conference. A confirmation of accepted papers will
be sent to the authors by 30 July 2019.
The final version of the papers should be submitted by 30 September 2019.
Registration: closed on 15 October 2019
General information as well as updates about the conference can be viewed on the conference’s website
Questions concerning the conference can be emailed to:

Z.Chen (CCES, Fudan University, China), D.Cubizol (CERDI, IDREC, University of Clermont
Auvergne, France), G. Fan (NERI, Peking University, China), B. Fleisher (Ohio State University,
USA), J.Hou (University of California, Long Beach, USA), J.Y.Lin, (NSD, Peking University),
M.Lu (Jiaotong University, Shanghai, China), B. Naughton, (University of California, San Diego,
USA), S.Poncet (University Paris 1, CEFC Hong Kong, France), P.Prime (Kennesaw State
University, USA), M-F. Renard (CERDI, IDREC, University of Clermont Auvergne, France), S.
Rozelle (University of Stanford, USA), L.Song (University of Nottingham, UK), W.T. Woo
(University of California, Davis, USA), Y. Wu (University of Western Australia, Australia),
J.Zhang (CCES, Fudan University, China), X.Zhang (IFPRI, Washington DC, USA).
C.Brige-Ukpong, D.Cubizol, C.Gaubert, Y.He, MF Renard, S.Shi.



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