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      From: UCAPO@yahoogroups.com [mailto:UCAPO@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of Hua Wang
      Sent: Tuesday, May 03, 2011 12:26 PM
      To: Ucapo Board; PACE PACE
      Subject: [UCAPO] Call for papers - CAPA Forum 2011 - Global Governance and China Development, July 31-August 2, 2011, Tianjin, China

       

       

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      Subject: [CAPAWashington] Call for papers - CAPA Forum 2011 - Global Governance and China Development, July 31-August 2, 2011, Tianjin, China [1 Attachment]

       

       

      CAPA Forum 2011

      Global Governance and China development

      in A New international Structure

       

      July 31 – August 03, 2011

       

       Tianjin, China

         

      Sponsors

      Chinese Association for Public Affairs

      Chinese Staff Association of the World Bank-IMF-IDB

      Nankai University’s China Centre for International Development

       

      Background

       

      At the dawn of the new decade the world is entering a new era. Since the global financial crisis of 2008-2009, many developing countries have maintained rapid  economic growth, while the major developed countries have been experiencing the most serious economic challenges since WWII. With emerging economies growing much faster and accounting for an increasing, and soon dominant, share of the global total, dramatic changes are taking place in the structure of the world economy. Developing countries led by the emerging economies, where the majority of the world population resides, are playing a more and more important role in the world economic development and global governance. The existing global economic and political orders dominated by the developed countries are undergoing change. This brings great opportunities for not only China , but the developing world as a whole.

       

      Meanwhile, the world is facing unprecedented challenges: the fragile recovery from the global financial crisis, climate change, international trade and currency disputes, shocks of energy and food prices, regional conflicts, terrorism, and so on. Most, if not all, of the issues are global and need to be tackled with a global view under international collaboration. There has been growing expectation from the international community for more Chinese participation in and contribution to global governance. With a larger share of the world’s economy leading to stronger impacts, China is also willing to take more responsibility in developing the new global framework and governing international affairs, bilaterally or multilaterally, via schemes such as G20, ASEAN and BRICS etc.

       

      Domestically, China also faces many development challenges.  However, solving these domestic issues is not in conflict, but is compatible with better managing international affairs. Rising as the second largest economy, China is kicking off the first year of its 12th Five-Year-Plan in 2011. This is a starting point for a new journey in the new world structure. How to deal with these development opportunities and challenges in the coming decade and adjust China ’s role in managing various international affairs in the new and evolving international context is a huge topic in front of the Chinese policy makers.

       

      Forum Topics

       

      The focus of CAPA Forum 2011 will be on global governance and development in China. The forum will include the following broad topics:

      1   Global governance and China

      2   International trade and finance

      3   Resources and environment, population and urbanization, and social development

       

      Call for Papers

       

      Both domestic and international experts in the fields of global governance and China’s development from the governments, academia, international organizations, and private sectors are to be invited to exchange views, practical experiences and research results. A conference proceeding will be edited and published. For those who are interested in presenting in the forum, please submit presentation or paper abstracts to CAPAforum2011@... before May 25, 2011. Both English and Chinese are accepted.

       

      Logistics

       

      The forum is to be organized in Tianjin between July 31 and August 03, 2011. The forum will be conducted in both Chinese and English. For registration, please send names and affiliations to CAPA2011regist@... before June 25, 2011. A registration fee of USD 160.00 (or RMB 1,000) will be required on July 31, 2011, to cover the receptions and documents; the registration fee can be waived for students. Participants are expected to cover their own expenses. More information can be found on CAPA website (www.capadc.com).  

       

      Contacts

       

      For further inquiries, please contact the forum committee at CAPA2011regist@.... For urgent matters, please call Ms. Li Jie (202-473-4716) in the United States or Mr. Zhao Longyue (13331159659) in China.

       

       

      CAPA系列论坛 2011

      世界新格局下的国际治理与中国发展

       

      2011731日~ 83

      中国·天津

       

      主办单位

      环球华人公共事务协会

      世界银行-国际货币基金组织中国员工协会

      南开大学中国国际发展研究中心

       

      论坛背景

           伴随新十年的曙光,世界进入一个崭新的时代。2008-2009年的全球金融危机致使世界主要发达国家的经济经历了二战以来最严峻的考验,而中国及许多发展中国家的经济却保持了较快的增长速度,为全球经济复苏做出了贡献。此消彼长,新兴经济体在世界经济中占有的份额越来越大,将有可能在不远的将来占据主导地位。世界经济格局正发生着深刻变化,在世界经济发展中,新兴经济体引领的拥有世界上绝大多数人口的发展中国家正发挥着越来越重要的作用,现在由发达国家主导的世界政治经济秩序亟待改变,这为中国即所有的其他发展中国家带来了巨大的发展机遇和挑战。

           

      与此同时,世界整体也面临着前所未有的共同挑战,缓慢且脆弱的全球经济复苏、气候变化、国际贸易和汇率争端、能源危机、粮食价格波动、地区冲突和恐怖主义冲击等,这些问题大都是全球性的,需要以国际的视野在全球合作中寻求解决方案。随着中国在世界经济中份额的增加和影响力的增强,国际社会对中国参与国际治理的期望也越来越高。中国在第十二个五年规划纲要中也正式提出积极参与全球经济治理,积极参与国际规则的修订和制定,在国际经济、金融组织中发挥更大的作用。

       

      中国国内也面临着一系列发展的问题亟待解决,如通货膨胀、高房价、环境污染、健康和社会保障以及区域发展不平衡等。2011年是刚刚成为全球第二大经济体的中国迎来第十二个五年规划的开局之年,这是世界新格局下新里程的起点。未来十年,在新的国际背景下,如何应对国内外发展的机遇和挑战,调整中国在国际舞台上应对和处理各种国际事务的角色,是中国决策者们面临的一个重大课题。

       

      论坛主题

       

      CAPA2011年论坛将从国际治理中国发展两个角度展开,主要包括以下主题:

      1)      中国与国际治理

      2)      国际贸易与金融

      3)      资源与环境人口和城市化, 社会发展

       

      论文征集

       

      论坛将邀请政界、学界、国际组织和私人部门的国内外专家、官员就中国发展和全球治理中的问题进行观点和经验交流和研究成果展示,并广泛征集论文,选择部分作者演讲,出版论文集。会议论文或报告摘要请发到CAPAforum2011@...,截止日期为2011525日;中英文皆可。

       

      论坛注册

       

      论坛将于2011731日至83在中国天津举办。希望参会者,请将姓名、单位、职称等信息发到 CAPA2011regist@...;注册截止日期为2011625。会议注册费为160美元 (或1000元人民币),请与会者在报到时缴纳。论坛组委会将联系会议宾馆;参会者食宿费用自理,招待宴席除外;学生免收注册费。更详细的信息将会发布在CAPA的网站上(www.capadc.com.

       

      论坛联络

       

      如有问题,请发邮件到CAPA2011regist@...与论坛组委会联系,紧急事务可电话联系李洁女士(美国202-473-4716)或赵龙跃先生(中国:13331159659)。

       

       

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