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中国西部开发研究联合体第8届学术年会征文启事

2013-04-02 09:59:58 来源:兰州大学历史文化学院 浏览:1989

中国·成都

2013.7.4-2013.7.5

 一、背景

中国西部开发研究联合体自2004年成立以来,已经连续举办了6届高层次国际学术研讨会:2004年第一次会议在成都召开,主题为“可持续发展与全球化挑战:中国西部开发的新思路探讨”;2005年第二次会议在银川召开,主题为“中国西部农村经济与地区可持续发展”;2006年第三次会议在成都召开,主题为“反贫困与国际区域合作” ;2007年第四次会议在贵阳召开,主题为“贫困地区发展与和谐社会构建”;2008第五次会议在西安召开,主题为“西部大开发八年评估与展望:西部经济全面、协调、与可持续发展”;2009年第六次年会在兰州召开,主题为“改革开放30年:中国西部发展的回顾与展望”。2010年第七次会议在成都召开,主题为“中国区域发展模式:西部开发十年的实践与探索”。历次会议都得到国务院西部办(国家发改委西部司)的大力支持,联合国秘书长高级顾问、美国哥伦比亚大学杰夫瑞·萨克斯教授均现场出席会议,会议论文均已正式出版。

过去10余年,中国西部经济社会发生了巨大的变化,社会处于快速转型之中。一系列内部影响(例如,人口变动)和外部影响(世界市场一体化,全球气候变化)引起或者促进了这样的变化。一些群体成为这些过程的“受害人”;在这些过程中,他们面临着脆弱性挑战,包括生态脆弱性、社会脆弱性、经济脆弱性等。一些新的风险使这一过程更加恶化;同时,新的机遇能够缓解这一过程,政府的干预(自然,国家干预多半是针对这一复杂问题提出总体解决方案),也提升了家庭和社会群体的适应能力。对于居住在中国西部的居民来讲,由于面临着生态的、经济的或者社会的脆弱性挑战,在地区层面可持续发展或者开发的可持续性问题,是必须加以讨论的问题。因此,有必要对在西部所面临的脆弱性不断强化对背景下,研究西部的持续开发问题。

    由四川大学、中国西部开发研究联合体、中国区域科学学会西部开发专委会联合主办的西部开发研究联合体第8届学术年会,将于201374201375在成都四川大学举行。

二、会议主题

本次会议主题为:西部的脆弱性与开发的持续性

目前初定一些小组讨论的主题(最后根据提交论文的情况进行分组):

1.中国西部开发战略与政策分析

2.西部经济的脆弱性与开发策略

3.西部社会的脆弱性与社会控制

4.西部生态的脆弱性与生态建设

6.西部人力资源开发

6.反贫困与国际区域合作

为了提高会议质量,本次会议欢迎相关领域专家自由组合形成若干专题讨论小组,欢迎学有专长的学者提出专题,并邀请本领域的专家参会。

三、会议申请方式

   凡有兴趣参会的专家学者、政府部门、企业及其他机构代表(包括博士研究生)敬请您将论文中英文摘要(原则上不超过300汉字)连同论文题目、作者姓名、作者所在单位、职务职称以及联系地址,用电子邮件发到sbao@umich.edu

或者在会议网站直接提交(http://chinadatacenter.org/westchina2013/),会务组在收到论文摘要后,邀请专家对选题和摘要进行初审,然后发出论文录用通知和正式邀请。作者在收到论文录用通知和正式邀请函后,请按时向会务组提交论文全文。

四、论文出版

1.会前将向参会正式代表赠送大会论文集;

2.编辑论文集,提交出版社出版;

3.部分论文推荐《西部发展评论》和其他期刊发表。

五、重要日期

1、论文摘要提交截止日期:     2013年4月30

2、论文正式录用通知和参会邀请:2013510

3、论文全文提交截止日期:      2013年7月1

六、会议注册

2013430之前:注册费人民币450元(按照当时美元汇率计算);2013510之后:注册费人民币600元(按照当时美元汇率计算)。学生:人民币225元(按照当时美元汇率计算)

七、联系方式 

中国西部研究联合体国内秘书处:

中国成都市武侯区四川大学391信箱,四川大学社会发展与西部开发研究院

邮编: 610065

联系人:杨明洪 

电子邮件:yangminghong68@163.comxbfzpl@scu.edu.cn

电话:+86-28-8540 6801

中国西部研究联合体海外秘书处:

美国密西根大学中国信息研究中心

China Data Center, University of Michigan

1007 E. Huron Street, Ann Arbor, MI 48104-1690 U.S.A.

联系人:鲍曙明 博士

电子邮件:sbao@umich.edu

电话:734-647-9610

The 8th Annual Conference of the Consortium for Western China Development Studies

Chengdu, China

Date: July 5 - 6, 2013

      

       Since its establishment in 2004, the Consortium for Western China Development Studies has organized seven conferences on various issues concerning the development of western China. The initial conference held in Chengdu in 2004 directed the attention "Towards a New Paradigm for Developing Western China: Meeting the Challenges of Sustainable Development and Globalization." The six follow-up conferences continued to discuss issues of the region’s development and, at the same time, envisaged further issues—like the topic of sustainable and rural development (Yinchuan 2005), regional anti-poverty actions (Chengdu 2006), the construction of harmonious society in poverty-stricken areas (Guiyang 2007), the assessment of development processes in western China (Xi’an 2008), retrospects and future prospects (Lanzhou 2009) as well as whether the experiences of “Ten Years of Western China Development" may serve as a model for regional development in China (Chengdu 2010). The conferences have gained great support from the Office of Western China Development, State Council, and from Prof. Jeffrey D. Sachs of Columbia University, a Special Advisor to United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon, who has attended the conferences every year.

     During the past ten year societies on the Western China have witnessed tremendous changes and transformations. In-depth analysis makes clear that a variety of internal (demography f. ex.) and external influences (world market integration, global climate change) initiated or helped initiate such changes, with diverse groups being both agents and “victims” of processes that shape the dimension of their vulnerability or resilience. New risks and opportunities contribute to  aggravate or mitigate the consequences of such processes, and together with political interventions decide about “households” and “social groups” adaptive capacity. The issue of sustainability, or sustainable development, is a problem that can not be discussed for peoples in general. Rather it is an issue that must be considered in regional contexts, if not at individual household levels. Here, of course, also starts the problem of state interventions that more often than not want to deliver general solutions to complex problems. They are often reduced to issues of “poverty reduction”, thus, development is often misunderstood as mere programmes to fight poverty. thereforeit is necessary to  debate problems of vulnerability and sustainability in Western China.

       Sichuan University, in association with The Consortium for Western China Development Studies and The Western China Development Committee of Regional Science Association of China, is much honored to host the The 8th Annual Conference of the Consortium for Western China Development Studies in Chengdu, China from 5th July to 6th July 2013. It is with great pleasure that we now extend this invitation for conference papers.

      

Theme and Panels:

The theme of conference: vulnerability and sustainability of Western China Development

Tentative Panels:

1. The strategy and policy analysis of Western China development

2. Vulnerability and the strategy of the economic development in Western China

3. Social vulnerability and social control in western China

4. Ecological vulnerability and restoration in western China

6. Human resource in western China

7. Anti-poverty and global cooperation

8. Development by modernization? A discussion of development models in China and the west

 The final panels will be arranged based on the papers received. Experts and specialists are highly encouraged to initiate and to organize new panels based their expertise and fields.

Abstract Submission:

       Interested participants, including specialists, scholars, government officials, entrepreneurs, PhD candidate, and representatives of other organizations, should send an abstract of no longer than 300 words to the Program Committee at <sbao@umich.edu> along with the name, title, affiliation, and contact information of the author (s), or use the online submission form at  http://chinadatacenter.org/westchina2013/. The Paper Review Committee will screen all the papers and will send you a notification of paper acceptance, together with an invitation letter. Confirmed participants should submit a completed paper in time.

Publication:

1. Distribute the previous conference proceedings upon the conference

2. Edit and publish a new proceeding

3. Recommend the selected papers to Western China Development Review

Deadlines:

April 30, 2013 - Deadline for abstracts

May 10, 2013 - Notification of paper acceptance

July 1, 2013 - Deadline for completed papers

Registration Fee for the Conference:

Registration before April 30, 2013: 450 RMB.

Registration after May 10, 2013: 600 RMB.

Full-time student: 225 RMB.

(Note: the specific exchange rate depends on the exact remittance day)

Contact information:

China Office:

The Consortium for Western China Development Studies

Prof. Minghong, Yang

The Institute of Social Development & Western China Development Studies, Sichuan University

P.O. Box 391

Wuhou Qu

Chengdu, 610065

P. R. China

Email:yangminghong68@163.com

TEL: 86-28-8540-6801

U.S. Office:

The Consortium for Western China Development Studies

Dr. Shuming Bao

China Data Center

University of Michigan

1007 E Huron St.

Ann Arbor, MI 48104-1690.

U.S.A

TEL: 734-647-9610

Email: sbao@umich.edu


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