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Agenda for the Fifth Summer School on New Structural Economics
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The Fifth Summer School on New Structural Economics will be held from July 10 through 15, 2018, hosted by the Institute of New Structural Economics at Langrun Garden, Peking University in Beijing. The confirmed invited faculty for this Fifth NSE summer school will be Prof. Justing Yifu Lin, Prof. Jiandong Ju, Prof. Yi Wen, Dr. Celestin Monga, etc. The fifth NSE Summer School also includes a one-day field visit to gain some first-hand experiences of industrial parks in the city of Wuqiang of Hebei Province in China.

Looking forward to meeting you in this summer school.



Agenda for the Fifth Summer School on New Structural Economics

 July 10-15, 2018

Zhifuxuan Classroom, Langrun Garden, PKU


Day 1:  July 10 (Tuesday)

8:00-8:30

Registration

8:30-8:45

Opening Ceremony

Chair

Yong Wang, Associate Professor and Academic Deputy Dean, Institute of New Structural Economics, Peking University

Welcome

Speech

Justin Yifu Lin, Dean, Institute of New Structural Economics; Dean, Institute of South-South Cooperation and Development; Honorary Dean, National School of Development, Peking University

8:45-9:00

Group Photo

9:00-10:30

Lecture One

Justin Yifu Lin, Dean, Institute of New Structural Economics; Dean, Institute of South-South Cooperation and Development; Honorary Dean, National School of Development, Peking University

10:30-10:45

Coffee Break

10:45-12:00

Lecture One

Justin Yifu Lin, Dean, Institute of New Structural Economics; Dean, Institute of South-South Cooperation and Development; Honorary Dean, National School of Development, Peking University

12:00-14:00

Lunch Box at Zhifuxuan Classroom

14:00-16:00

Lecture Two

Yi Wen, Assistant vice President of Federal Reserve Bank of America (St. Louis Branch), Visiting professor at the Institute of New Structural Economics, Peking University

State and Industrial Revolution: The Origin of National Wealth and End of “Utopian Marketism”

16:00-16:15

Coffee Break

16:15-18:15

Lecture Three

Yong Wang, Associate Professor and Academic Deputy Dean, Institute of New Structural Economics, Peking University

Remodeling Structural Change

18:30-20:00

Welcome Dinner at Shaoyuan

Day 2:  July 11 (Wednesday)

8:30-10:30

Lecture Four

Jiandong Ju, Unigroup Chair Professor at the PBC School of Finance, Tsinghua University

10:30-10:45

Coffee Break

10:45-12:45

Lecture Five

Yuzhe Zhang, Associate Professor of Economics, Texas A&M University

Optimal Infant Industry Protection

12:45-14:00

Lunch Box at Zhifuxuan Classroom

14:00-16:00

Lecture Six

Célestin Monga, Vice President, Economic Governance and Knowledge Management of the African Development Bank Group

New Structural Economics: How it Can Foster International Development

16:00-16:15

Coffee Break

16:15-18:15

Practice I: International Think-Tank of INSE

16:15-16:35

Jia Yu, Senior Operations Officer and the Director of International Development Cooperation, Institute of New Structural Economics, Peking University


Introduction of ITTT, methodology and projects

16:35-17:05

Yan Wang, Senior visiting fellow, Institute of New Structural Economics, Peking University

Patient Capital and new approaches in development finance

17:05-17:25

Chenmei Li, Research Assistant Analyst, Institute of New Structural Economics, Peking University

China’s early experience on garment cluster development and lessons for Africa’s economic transformation

17:25-17:45

Zuoxiang Zhao, Post-doc and Research Fellow of International Think- Tank, Institute of New Structural Economics, Peking University


17:45-18:15

Q&A

18:15-19:30

Dinner at Nongyuan

Day 3:  July 12 (Thursday)

8:30-10:30

Lecture Seven

Xiaobo Zhang, Distinguished Chair Professor, National School of Development, Peking University

Cluster-based development

10:30-10:45

Coffee Break

10:45-12:45

Lecture Eight

Miaojie Yu,Boya Distinguished Professor and Deputy Dean, National School of Development, Peking University

All- around trade liberalization and Firm Employment : Evidence from Chinese Firms

12:45-14:00

Lunch Box at Zhifuxuan Classroom

14:00-16:00

Practice II: Domestic Think-Tank of INSE

14:00-14:20

Xi Chen, Chief Officer and domestic think tank researcher, Institute of New Structural Economics, Peking University

Introduction of Domestic Think-Tank Case study

14:20-14:40

Qiuyun Zhao, Post-doc and Domestic think tank researcher, Institute of New Structural Economics, Peking University

新结构经济学与县域经济发展战略

14:40-15:00

Li Hui, Post-doc and Domestic think tank researcher, Institute of New Structural Economics, Peking University


15:00-15:30

Caihui Fu, Domestic think tank researcher, Institute of New Structural Economics, Peking University

15:30-16:00

Q&A

16:00-16:15

Coffee Break



16:15-20:15

Session I: Domestic Students

16:15-20:15

Domestic Students meet Teaching Committee


Speech by Prof. Justin Yifu Lin and other professors

Q&A interaction between students and faculty of INSE

16:15-20:15

Session II: Participator for International Summer School

16:15-18:15

Free time

18:15-19:30

Dinner at Nongyuan



Day 4:  July 13 (Friday)

6:15-6:30

Gathering at South-east Gate of Peking University

6:30-10:00

Beijing→Wuqiang

10:00-15:00

Field visit in the city of Wuqiang, Hebei Province

15:00-18:30

Wuqiang→Beijing

18:30-19:30

Dinner at Nongyuan



Day 5:  July 14 (Saturday)

8:30-10:30

Lecture Nine

Keun Lee,Professor of Economics, Seoul National University

The Art of Technological Catch-up: Barriers, detours, & Leapfrogging

10:30-10:45

Coffee Break

10:45-12:00

Closing ceremony

Chair

Yong Wang, Associate Professor and Academic Deputy Dean, Institute of New Structural Economics, Peking University

Speech

Justin Yifu Lin, Dean, Institute of New Structural Economics; Dean, Institute of South-South Cooperation and Development; Honorary Dean, National School of Development, Peking University

12:00-13:30

Lunch Box at Zhifuxuan Classroom



14:00-21:00

Interview Session I: Domestic Students


Venue: Zhifuxuan Classroom, Langrun Gardan, PKU

18:00-18:30

Dinner Box at Zhifuxuan Classroom



14:00-21:00

Interview Session II: Domestic Students


Venue: Room 359S, Yingjie Exchange Center, PKU

18:00-18:30

Dinner Box at Room 359S

Day 6:  July 15 (Sunday)

8:30-18:00

Interview Session I: Domestic Students


Venue: Small classroom of Wanzhong Building 1/F, Langrun Gardan, PKU

8:30-12:00

Interview Session I: Domestic Students

12:00-12:30

Lunch Box at Small classroom of Wanzhong Building 1/F

12:30-17:30

Interview Session I: Domestic Students

17:30-18:00

Dinner Box at Small classroom of Wanzhong Building 1/F



8:30-18:00

Interview Session II: Domestic Students


Venue: Room 359S, Yingjie Exchange Center, PKU

8:30-12:00

Interview Session II: Domestic Students

12:00-12:30

Lunch Box at Room 359S

12:30-17:30

Interview Session II: Domestic Students

17:30-18:00

Dinner Box at Room 359S





Speaker Introduction



Justin Yifu Lin


Justin Yifu Lin is Dean of the Institute of New Structural Economics, Dean of Institute of South-South Cooperation and Development and Professor and Honorary Dean of National School of Development at Peking University. He obtained PhD in Economics from University of Chicago in 1986. He was the Senior Vice President and Chief Economist of the World Bank, 2008-2012. Prior to this, Mr. Lin served for 15 years as Founding Director and Professor of the China Centre for Economic Research (CCER) at Peking University. He is the author of more than thirty books including Beating the Odds: Jump-Starting Developing Countries, Against the Consensus: Reflections on the Great Recession, the Quest for Prosperity: How Developing Economies Can Take Off, Demystifying the Chinese Economy, and New Structural Economics: A Framework for Rethinking Development and Policy. He is Councillor of the State Council and a member of the Standing Committee, Chinese People’s Political Consultation Conference. He is a Corresponding Fellow of the British Academy and a Fellow of the Academy of Sciences for Developing World.

Email: justinlin@nsd.pku.edu.cn



Yi Wen


Yi Wen, visiting professor at the Institute of New Structural Economics at Peking University, assistant vice Presient of Federal Reserve Bank of America (St. Louis Branch), Chinese national "Millennium Program" expert. He received his Ph.D. in Economics from University of Iowa in 1996. His research field is Macroeconomics. His research topics include Business cycle and economic fluctuation theory, Multiple Equilibrium and Market Failure in Dynamic Optimization, Asset bubbles that self-actualize under rational expectations, the Micro Basis and Dynamic General Equilibrium of Monetary Policy and Quantitative Easing Policy, Developing Political Economy and China's Macroeconomy,etc. He has published more than 40 academic articles in the forefront of economics journal,such as Econometrica, Review of Economic Studies, Journal of Monetary Economics, Journal of Economic Theory, Economic Journal, European Economic Review, American Economic Theory, American Economic Journal: Macroeconomics. He is the author of several books including "The Making of an Economic Superpower---Unlocking China’s Secret of Rapid Industrialization"(World Book Inc Press, 2016) and "Great China's Industrial Revolution"(Tsinghua University Press, 2016).

Email: yi.wen.08.08.2008@gmail.com


Yong Wang

Yong Wang is an Associate Professor of Economics and Academic Deputy Dean of the Institute of New Structural Economics at Peking University. He obtained PhD from University of Chicago, where he won the Martin and Margaret Lee Prize in Price Theory.  His research fields are Growth and Development, Macroeconomics, Political Economy, China and India Economies. His recent research topics include structural change, industry dynamics, industrial policies, China’s state capitalism, and middle-income trap. He was a resident research fellow at the World Bank (2010-2011). He publishes papers on Journal of Development Economics, Journal of Monetary Economics, etc. and also serves as a guest editor for China Economic Review. He is the author of  several books including "Thinking and Debates on New Strucutral Economics" (Peking University Press). Yong was frequently invited to present his research at policy institutions including IMF, World Bank, Asian Development Bank, US Department of State, US Department of Treasury, Federal Reserve Bank , People’s Bank of China, and Korean Institute of Finance.

Email: yongwang@nsd.pku.edu.cn



Jiandong Ju
JU Jiandong, Unigroup Chair Professor at the PBC School of Finance at Tsinghua University, Chang Jiang Scholar of the Chinese Ministry of Education, After receiving his doctorate in Economics from Pennsylvania State University in 1995, he served as assistant, associate and full professor at University of Oklahoma and professor at School of Economics and Management in Tsinghua University. He was the Dean of International School of Business Administration, Shanghai University of Finance and Economics from 2014-2017. He was a resident scholar in International Monetary Fund, and consulted for World Bank and other policy organizations. He focused his research on International Trade, International Finance and Industrial Organization, and the main teaching courses are Advanced International Trade and Finance. His work has been published in American Economic Review, Journal of International Economics, Journal of Monetary Economics, American Economic Journal and other journals. For more information, please refer to his website: http://www.dsa-ju.com/.
E-mail: jujd@pbcsf.tsinghua.edu.cn



Yuzhe Zhang

Yuzhe Zhang is Associate Professor of Economics at Texas A&M University, and Associate Editor of Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control. He received his B.S. in Economics 

fromWuhan University in 2000 and his Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Minnesota in 2006.
Professor Zhang’s research fields are macroeconomics and contract theory and their interface with public finance and industrial organization. His main research areas are macroeconomics with borrowing constraints, application of dynamic contracts to unemployment insurance. He publishes extensively in top economics journals including American Economic Journal: Macroeconomics, International Economic Review, Journal of Economic Theory, and Theoretical Economics. Over the course of his career, Professor Zhang has taught macroeconomics, contract theory, game theory to BA, MA and PhD students.

E-mail: zhangeager@tamu.edu




Célestin Monga

Célestin Monga is Vice President, Economic Governance and Knowledge Management and Chief Economist of the African Development Bank. He previously served as Managing Director at the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) and as Senior Economic Advisor at the World Bank. Dr. Monga has held various board and senior executive positions in academia, financial services and international development institutions. Among a host of professional achievements gained during a stellar career, he served on the Board of Directors of the internationally acclaimed Sloan School of Management, specifically its Fellows Program at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). Meanwhile, he has also held teaching posts at both Boston University and the University of Bordeaux. An author, scholar and academic, he was the economics editor for the 5-volume New Encyclopedia of Africa (Charles Scribner’s, 2007) and his published works have been translated into multiple languages. Elsewhere he has co-authored academic articles and policy reports with many of the world’s economists including Joseph Stiglitz, Robert Solow (both Nobel Prize winners), Justin Yifu Lin, Robert Barro, Olivier Blanchard, and John Kenneth Galbraith. Dr. Monga is a graduate of MIT, Harvard, and the universities of Paris 1 Pantheon-Sorbonne, Bordeaux and Pau.

E-mail: celestinm9@gmail.com



Jia Yu 

Jia Yu is the Senior Operations Officer and the Director of International Development Cooperation at INSE. She is responsible for the application of New Structural Economics to the international investment practice. Previously, Dr. YU worked more than 8 years for a Chinese SOE as the director of the Dept. of Business Development & Public Relations of State Power Investment Corp. (SPIC) International Minerals & Investment Co., Ltd. She was responsible for overseas energy and mining investment and public relations at corporate level; global resources market research, China’s outward FDI policy and empirical studies at a macro level. Before joining SPIC, Dr. YU started her career as a consultant for the utility industry with Accenture. Dr. YU is graduated from Peking University with a double major in French and Economics and received a scholarship from the French government to continue her studies in France. Dr. YU has obtained two Masters’ degrees, in Development Economics and Project Management, at CERDI-CNRS in France, where she also received her PhD in Development Economics. Her research fields focus on Chinese “Go Global” empirical studies, Industrial Park and Special Economic Zones (SEZ) diagnosis, as well as China's overseas investment and the interaction of the manufacturing, energy and mining sector and their roles in the process of industrialization for Belts & Roads countries.

Email: jiayu@nsd.pku.edu.cn



Yan Wang

Yan Wang is a Senior Visiting Fellow at the Institute of New Structural Economics at Peking University (PKU). She previously worked as Senior Economist and Team Leader in the World Bank for 20 years and had served as Coordinator of the OECD-DAC and China Study Group for two years (2009-2011). She has received twice the SUN Yefang Award in Economics (the highest award in economics in China), and her major joint publications include The Quality of Growth (2000), Corporation Governance (1998), China’s Pension System Reform (2003). She has been working with Professor Justin Yifu Lin on several papers/books including Going beyond Aid: Development Cooperation for Structural Transformation (2017 by Cambridge University Press). She received her Ph.D. from Cornell University, and taught economics before joined the World Bank, and after retirement from the World Bank. She also serves as deputy director, International Financial Forum Institute.

Email: ywang2005b@gmail.com


Chenmei Li

Chenmei Li is a Research Assistant Analyst of the Institute of New Structural Economics. She got her master's degree  in Economics of Development from Erasmus University. She used to be Research Assistant at Erasmus and Project Assistant at China Economic and Technology Exchange Center.   

Email: chenmeili@nsd.pku.edu.cn





Zuoxiang Zhao

Zuoxiang Zhao is the Post doctoral Research Fellow at the Institute of New Structural Economics, Peking University. He obtained Ph.D. in Economics from University of Exeter. He previously worked as a research assistant and part-time lecturer at the University of Exeter and participated many research projects including the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC, UK) funded item. After joining INSE, the research projects he led or participated in includes: “Nigeria Export Processing Zone Promotion”; “Adjusting to Rising Costs in Chinese Light Manufacturing”; Export Diversification and Industrial Policy: Case of African Economies; The 62nd China Postdoctoral Science Foundation funded project, etc. Research Areas: Development Economics; Public Economics; Environmental Economics.

Email: zuoxiangzhao@nsd.pku.edu.cn


Xiaobo Zhang

Xiaobo Zhang is a distinguished chair professor of economics at the National School of Development, Peking University. His research fields include agricultural economics, development economics, and Chinese economy. He has published widely in top economics journals, such as Journal of Political Economy, American Journal of Agricultural Economics, Journal of Development Economics, Journal of Economics Perspective, Journal of International Economics, and Journal of Public Economics. His recent books include Governing Rapid Growth in China: Equity and Institutions (2009), Regional Inequality in China: Trends, Explanations and Policy Responses (2009), Narratives of Chinese Economic Reforms: How Does China Cross the River? (2010), Oxford Companion to the Economics of China (2014), and China Regional Innovation Report (2016, in Chinese). He is the Chief Editor of China Economic Review. He received Sun Yefang Prize for Economics Research in China (the most prestigious award in the field of economics in China) and Zhang Peigang Development Economics Outstanding Achievement Award (the highest award in the field of development economics). He has rich field experience in developing countries and has conducted firm or household surveys in China, Bangladesh, Ethiopia, Egypt, India, and Myanmar.

E-mail: x.zhang@nsd.pku.edu.cn


Miaojie Yu      
        
Miaojie Yu is Boya Distinguished Professor and Deputy Dean of National School of Development (NSD), Peking University. He is director of Center for Global Economic Research (CGER), deputy director of China Center for Economic Research (CCER), Peking University, and Secretary-General, International Consortium for China Studies(ICCS). He is a Chang-Jiang Scholar of Ministry of Education of China, and is awarded as China’s National Science Fund for Distinguished Young Scholars. He also serves as Vice President of the China Trade Research Group (CTRG). He holds his Ph.D. in economics from University of California, Davis (2005) under the direction of Dr. Robert Feenstra. He serves as a deputy editor of China Economic Journal, and an editorial member of the journal China Economic Review and Economic 

Systems. Professor Yu’s research includes international trade and Chinese economy. He has published around 90 peer-reviewed papers in English and Chinese, including prestigious peer-review academic journals such as The Economic Journal, Review of Economics and Statistics, Journal of International Economics and Journal of Development Economics. He earned the Royal Economic Society (RES) Prize as his sole-authored paper published in the Economic Journal won the annual best paper award in 2016. He is the first Chinese economist to receive the RES prize. He also won China’s Anzijie International Trade Research Prize, the highest research award for international trade research in China, four times (2008, 2010, 2014, 2016), in addition to China’s highest research award on humanity and social science—Wu yuzhang Prize(2017), China’s highest research award on development economics—Pei-Kang Chang Prize in Development Economics (2016), the Liu-Shibai Economic Research Prize (2014), Husheng Outstanding Young Scholar Research Prize (2015), and China’s Commercial Development Research Prize (2015). He has columns in Singapore South Morning Post, People’s Daily, and FT(Chinese). His book “Trade like this” is the Best seller of Chinese foreign trade in the Amazon. He also serves as advisor on the United Nations, Ministry of Finance of China, Ministry of Commerce of China, International Poverty Reduction Cooperation Center of the State Council and many local governments.

E-mail: mjyu@nsd.pku.edu.cn


Xi Chen

Xi Chen is the Chief Officer of the Institute of New Structural Economics. She holds a Ph.D degree from the School of Journalism and Communication at Peking University, a master degree from the Fordham University of the U.S.She has written a number of academic papers on Cross-cultural communication, and is the author of 1 book,Cross-Culture Communication Management of Confucius Institutes, which published by Peking University Press in 2016. Research Interests: Cross-cultural Communication, Cross-cultural Management, Case study on Structural Transformation.

Email:xchen@nsd.pku.edu.cn 


Li Hui

Li Hui is a post-doctoral researcher at the Institute of New Structural Economics, Peking University. She works here as a core member of the domestic think-tank team that aims to enhance industrial upgrading and structural change in China. Obtaining her PHD in Economics from Wuhan University in July 2016, she focuses her research on new structural economics, industrial economics, and environmental economics. Current 

research topics include structural transformation and industrial policy, Environmental regulation and economic growth.

Email:huili@nsd.pku.edu.cn


Qiuyun Zhao

Qiuyun Zhao is the domestic think tank postdoctoral of the Institute of New Structural Economics. He holds a Ph.D degree from Peking University. He has published more than 20 papers in the "China Economist", "financial research" and other domestic and foreign core academic journals published. He won domestic and foreign prize more than 30 awards, includes the National Economics postdoctoral academic forum one Award, Tan Chongtai development economics scholarship, Shanghai Young Economist Forum second prize. Has repeatedly participated in the National Social Science Fund, the National Science Foundation, the National Natural Science Foundation of China major projects and local government think tank projects. Research areas: land transfer, income distribution of elements and new structural economics.

Email:qiuyunzhao@nsd.pku.edu.cn



Caihui Fu

Caihui Fu is the domestic think tank researcher of the Institute of New Structural Economics. He holds a Ph.D from Xiamen University. He is responsible for the new structure of the Institute of Economics think tank research and discipline construction. In recent years, he has presided over a number of national social science fund projects, fund projects behind his Ph.D., and research projects on the transformation and upgrading of state and local governments. He has published over 20 academic papers and co-edited with Professor Lin Yifu entitled "Where is New Structural Economics?", Report on the Transformation and Upgrading of the World Economic Structure" and "Case Study on New Structural Economics".
Email:fucaihui@nsd.pku.edu.cn


Keun Lee


Keun Lee is a Professor of Economics at the Seoul National University, and the founding director of the Center for Economic Catch-up. He has been awarded the 2014 Schumpeter Prize for his monograph on Schumpeterian Analysis of Economic Catch-up: Knowledge, Path-creation and the Middle Income Trap (2013 Cambridge Univ. Press) by the International Schumpeter Society. He is also the President-Elect of this Society. He is currently a member of the Committee for Development Policy of UN, a co-editor of Research Policy, a member of the governing board of Globelics, and had also served as the President of the Asia-Pacific Innovation Network.
He obtained Ph.D. degree from the University of California, Berkeley. He had working experience at the World Bank, University of Aberdeen, and the East West Center, Hawaii. He had taught or was a visiting scholar at the University of California at Davis, Tsinghua University in Beijing, Hitotsubashi University in Japan, Hannover University in Germany, and Punjabi University in India. One of his most widely-cited articles with 710 or so citations (Google Scholar) is a paper on Korea’s Technological Catch-up published in Research Policy (2001). His H-index by Google Scholar is now 30, with 70 papers with more than 10 citations.
E-mail: kenneth@snu.ac.kr






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