No. 67 International Forum on "Emerging Economies in the Post-crisis Period"-- Can Emerging Economies Continue to Be the Main Driving Force for Global Economic Growth?

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31 Oct. to 1 Nov. 2009

Haikou, P. R. China



The once-in-a-century international financial crisis has brought down economies of the developed world into serious recession. While on the other hand, emerging economies in general and BRICs in particular, which are still growing though at a much reduced pace, have become the main source of the world economic stability. Nevertheless, there have also appeared many doubts about whether the commonly vulnerable development model of emerging economies can be successfully transformed and whether they can remain to be a main source of the world's economic stability and main driving force for the world economic growth.

To facilitate the exchange of ideas on this issue among government officials and policy researchers from both the developing and developed world, China institute for Reform and Development (CIRD) and German Agency for Technical Cooperation (GTZ) will jointly organize an international symposium on "Emerging Economies in the Post-crisis Period" in Haikou, P. R. China on 31 Oct. and 1 Nov. 2009. Government officials and senior policy researchers will be invited from China, Germany, Russia, India, Brazil, Vietnam, Indonesia, Malaysia, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan to discuss in depth important topics of common concern such as "Deep-rooted Causes for the Serious Impacts of the International Financial Crisis on Emerging Economies and Their Internal Structural Imbalances", "Major Challenges for the Economic Development of Emerging Economies in the Post-crisis Period", "Core Objectives and Choice of Route for Transforming the Development Model of Emerging Economies in the Post-crisis Period", "Strategic Cooperation among Emerging Economies in the Post-crisis Period", etc.


Major topics:
1. Deep-rooted causes for the serious impacts of the international financial crisis on emerging economies and their internal structural imbalances
2. Prospects of emerging economies continuing to grow at a rapid pace in a new pattern of the world economy in the post-crisis period: opportunities and challenges
3. Green recovery strategies of developed countries and core competence of emerging economies in the post-crisis period
4. Transformation of the development model of emerging economies: internal/external pressures, main objectives and approaches
4.1 Expanding domestic consumption demand and reform of distribution systems in emerging economies 4.2 Key strategies of emerging economies for expanding domestic demand and the process of their urbanization
4.3 System, institutions and mechanisms in emerging economies to stimulate residents' consumption: institutional arrangements for equalizing basic public services and social security schemes
5. Roles and functions of the government of the emerging economy in the transformation of its development model
6. Priority areas and mechanisms for strategic cooperation among emerging economies in the post-crisis period
6.1 Priority areas for strategic cooperation among emerging economies in the post-crisis period (investment and trade, resources, energy, new energy revolution, etc.)
6.2 Construction of mechanisms for strategic cooperation among emerging economies in the post-crisis period


Special requests for the Paper:
If you are interested in the event, please prepare a paper on "Emerging Economies in the Post-crisis Period".
*The first page of each paper should include the following information: title of the paper; the name of the author, his or her employer, postal address, phone, fax number and email address of the author
*The second page should include an abstract of about 100 words
*The length of the paper should be 6,000-10, 000 English words.

Contact Information:
Please email your paper before 10 Oct. 2009 to:
Contact person:Ms. Qi Miaomiao, Ms. Zhou Tingjun
Tel: 0086-898-66189082, 66189083
Fax: 0086-898-66255035, 66258777
Email: qmm811104@163.com; tingjun18@126.com
Address: 57 Renmin Avenue, Haikou, Hainan, 570208, P. R. China

Venue: Haikou is the capital of Hainan province, the second biggest island in China. It lies on the same latitude as Hawaii. With pleasant climate, fresh air, blue sky and beautiful beaches, Hainan has been a world famous tropical tourism resort, with more than a dozen million tourists from all over the world every year.

 

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