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2016 IPP International Conference:Order And Governance In The Contemporary World Agenda

11. 07, 2017  |     |  0 comments



Conference Program

August 20th

08:30—09:00

Registration

09:00—09:20

Welcome remarks

Prof. Xinyi Peng, Executive Vice President, South China University of Technology

09:20—10:20

Keynote Speech:Sources of Regime Legitimacy in Confucian Societies

Prof. Hanyun Zhu

Department of Political Science, National Taiwan University

10:20—10:40

Tea Break

Panel 1

Democracy versus Meritocracy

Chair: Prof. Yongnian Zheng; Discussant: Prof. Huiyao Wang

10:40—11:00

Political Meritocracy and Democracy: Confucian Meritocratic Democracy?

Prof. Baogang He

School of Humanities and Social Sciences,Nanyang Technological University

11:00—11:20

The Overlapping of Modernization and Post-Modern Society: China’s Most Daunting Challenge in Terms of Governance

Prof. Guanglei Zhu

Naikai University

11:20—11:40

The Implications of the Euro-Crisis for Democracy in Europe

Prof.HanspeterKriesi

Department of Political and Social Science, European University Institute

11:40—11:55

Discussant:

Prof. Huiyao Wang

Center for China & Globalization

11:55—12:15

Q&A

12:15—12:25

Guest speakers take photos out of the ballroom

12:25—14:00

Lunch Break

Panel 2

Political Order in the Developing World

Chair: Prof.John Campbell; Discussant: Prof. Bai Gao

14:00—14:20

The Impact of Globalization on Political Order of Developing Countries

Prof. Mehri Madarshahi

Vice-Chair of the Asia, Pacific Exchange and Cooperation Foundation- Beijing; President, Global Cultural Networks; Member of the International Advisory Board & Visiting Professor of IPP, South China University of Technology

14:20—14:40

The Cordon Sanitaire: A Single Law Governing Development in East Asia and the Arab World

Dr.Ali Kadri

Middle East Institute, National University of Singapore

14:40—15:00

Governance in Post-Neoliberal Latin America:Lessons from Brazil, Peru, and Venezuela

Prof.Tony Spanakos

Department of Political Science and Law, Montclair State University

15:00—15:15

Discussant

Prof. Bai Gao

15:15—15:35

Q&A

15:35—15:55

Tea Break

Panel 3

Market and State in the Developed World

Chair: Prof. Dr.Hans d’Orville; Discussant: Prof.HanspeterKriesi

15:55—16:15

The Dynamics of the Rise of New Green Industries: A Schumpeterian View of China’s Experience

Prof. John Mathews

Graduate School of Management, Macquarie University and LUISS University

16:15—16:35

Governance, Knowledge and Crisis in the Developed World: The Use of Expertise in the 2008 Financial Meltdown

Prof.John Campbell

Department of Sociology, Dartmouth College

16:35—16:55

2016: The Beginning of the Reversal of Globalization?

Prof. Bai Gao

Department of Sociology, Duke University

16:55—17:10

Discussant

Prof.HanspeterKriesi

17:10—17:30

Q&A

August 21st

09:00—10:00

Keynote Speech: The Impact of Political, Economic and Social Transitions on Order and Governance, their Vulnerabilities and Predictabilities

Prof. Dr.Hans d’Orville

Special advisor to the Director-General of UNESCO; Honorary Professor &Member of the International Advisory Board, IPP,South China University of Technology

10:00—10:20

Tea Break

Panel 4

Market and State in the Developing World

Chair: Dr.Ali Kadri; Discussant: Prof.Tony Spanakos

10:10—10:30

Market, State and Development

Prof.Ramesh Thakur

Centre for Nuclear Nonproliferation and Disarmament, Australian National University

10:30—10:50

Ideology and Economic Development in the Developing World

Prof. Yongnian Zheng

Chairman of the Academic Committee, IPP, SCUT; Director, East Asian Institute, National University of Singapore

10:50—1110

China’s Local Government Debt: Challenges and Options

Prof. Shuanglin Lin

National School of Development, Pecking University

11:10—11:25

Discussant

Prof.Tony Spanakos

11:25—11:45

Q&A

11:45—13:30

Lunch Break

Panel 5

Technology Progress and Social Change

Chair: Prof. Shuanglin Lin; Discussant: Prof. Mu Yang

13:30—13:50

Increasing the Stability of the Global Internet Ecosystem

Mr. Bruce W. McConnell

East West Institute, New York

13:50—14:10

Judging the Implications of Sino-U.S. Potential Conflicts in International Cyberspace Management within the Next Decade

Prof. Xingdong Fang

Cheung Kong School of Journalism and Communication,Shantou University

14:10—14:30

The Future of Technology Assessment

Prof. Fred Y. Phillips

College of Management, Yuan Ze University,Taiwan

14:30—14:45

Discussant

Prof. Mu Yang,

Executive Dean, IPP, SCUT

14:45—15:05

Q&A

15:05—15:25

Tea Break

Panel 6

Rule of Law and Order in China

Chair: Prof. Guanglei Zhu; Discussant: Prof. Baogang He

15:25—15:45

Decision Making Procedure and Legal Communication in Risk Society: with the Lei Yang Incident and Vanke Incident as Clues

Prof. Weidong Ji

Koguan Law School, Shanghai Jiao Tong University

15:45—16:05

The Party-centered Governance Structure in China: Implications for the Rule of Law

Dr. Lance Gore

East Asian Institute, National University of Singapore

16:05—16:25

The Rule of Law and Market Order and China’s Party-State System

Dr.Ning Wang

The Ronald Coase Institute

16:25—16:40

Discussant

Prof. Baogang He

16:40—17:00

Q&A

17:0018:00

Round-Table Discussion: Experience and Lessons

Chair: Prof .Yongnian Zheng

Discussant:

Prof. Dr.Hans d’Orville

Prof.John Campbell

Prof. Huiyao Wang

Prof. Hanyun Zhu

Prof. John Mathews


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