3rd ECUST-USF International Symposium Notification

发布者:商学院办公室     时间:2018-03-30

 3rd ECUST-USF International Symposium

New Era, New Strategy:

Internationalization & Transformation by China’s Multinationals

May 26th, 2018

Shanghai, P.R. China

 

 

Emerging market countries are rising to become the driver of globalization in developing the world economy. The 2008-2010 economic recession influenced the traditional developed countries by sapping them of their former motivation to participate in and lead global development. Based on the opportunities that have opened up as a result, enterprises from emerging market countries, such as China, are contributing to this retreat by developed country entities as well as undertaking increasing global responsibilities to establish the new economic growth path. According to Statistical Set of 2016 China Foreign Direct Investment, with the background that the global FDI declined by 2%, China FDI had 34.7% year-over-year growth, reaching a new historical high 196.1 billion USD and accounting for 19.5% of the global total. 24,400 domestic investors set up 37,200 FDI enterprises in total which covered 190 countries in all regions of the world. There are 765 FDI merger and acquisition cases. The direct investment reached 86.5 billion USD. It is now incontrovertible that a new era, marked by heavy participation of emerging market enterprises, has now arrived.

Of special significance is the fact that emerging market countries, and above all China and its government, are trying to develop "new strategies" to promote the further development of globalization, including the successive implementation of "going global", RMB internationalization, and "One Belt One Road" strategy. The initiative of “One Belt and One Road” is a Chinese “way” (daolu) that advances globalization and aims to protect the free system of global trade and the open structure of the world economy. It is projected that the countries connected to “One Belt and One Road” will contribute 80% of global GDP increment in 2050, thereby becoming a new engine of global economic development.

In view of that, taking “New Era, New Strategy: Internationalization & Transformation by China’s Multinationals” as our main topic, East China University of Science and Technology together with the University of San Francisco will hold the 3rd symposium on May 26 in Shanghai. This symposium will provide a platform for sharing ideas and insights among scholars, business executives, entrepreneurs, and policy-makers in terms of current and future research on issues of internationalization & transformation by China’s Multinationals, as well as the internationalization of emerging market firms.


Theme:

    This symposium aims to provide a platform for both scholars and practitioners to share ideas. We appreciate and encourage any topics about the internationalization of China’s Multinationals. 


Submission Guidelines:

We invite scholars to present research and raise questions that concern China’s multinationals. Sessions such as Case Study Workshop, Excellent Students’ Research Workshop will be offered. Each author (either as a single author or as a co-author) may submit a maximum of three submissions to this conference. Accepted papers will be presented at the conference as either paper presentations or roundtable discussion sessions.

Papers must be written in Chinese or English and follow the current style of JIBS. Please include the title, author(s)’s information, abstract, the main text, figures/tables (if available) and references.  Please submit your papers to: ecust_usf_meeting@126.com.


Keynote speakers:

TBA

 

 

The preparatory committee (in alphabetical order of surnames)

Committee Chairs:

Prof.   Haifeng Yan

Dean,   School of Business, East China University of Science and Technology (ECUST)

Prof.   Xiaohua Yang

Director,   China Business Studies Initiative, University of San Francisco (USF)





Committee Members:

Prof. Roger Chen

School of Management, USF

Prof. Ping Deng

Monte Ahuja College of Business,   Cleveland State University

Prof. Di Fan

School of Management, Curtin   University

Prof. Ji Li

School of Management, Hong Kong   Baptist University

Prof. Jane   W. Lu

China Europe International Business   School

Prof. Xufei Ma

CUHK Business School, Chinese   University of Hong Kong

Prof.   Francesco Ciabuschi

Department of Business Studies, Uppsala   University

Dr. Olof Lindahl

Department of Business Studies, Uppsala   University

Prof.   Tatoul Manasserian

Yerevan State University

Prof. Matt Monnot

School of Management, USF

Prof.   Ulf Henning Richter

School of Economics and Management, Tongji   University

Prof.   Maoliang Bo

Business School, Nanjing University

Prof. Limin Chen

Economics and Management School,   Wuhan University

Prof. Taotao Chen

School of Economics and Management,   Tsinghua University

Prof. Ziliang Deng    

School of Business, Renmin University   of China

Porf. Linping Dong

School of Business, ECUST

Prof. Yifei Du

School of Management and Economics,   University of Electronic Science and Technology of China

Prof. Yunzhou Du

School of Economics and Management,   Southeast University

Mr. Feiyi Gao

International   Cooperation Center, The National Development and Reform Commission

Prof. Tao Guan

School of   Business, ECUST

Prof. Jiafei Jin

School of Management, Harbin   Institute of Technology

Prof. Donghong Li

School of Economics and Management,   Tsinghua University



Prof. Ping Li

Xi'an Jiaotong-Liverpool University

Prof. Yugang Li

School of Business, ECUST

Prof. Jianli Liu

Editorial director, Economic Management Journal

Prof.   Yong Long

School of Economics and Business   Administration, Chongqing University

Dr. Chunyang Pan

School of Business, ECUST

Prof.   Ningyu Tang

Antai College of Economics &   Management, Shanghai Jiao Tong University

Prof. Marilyn   L. Taylor

Henry W. Bloch School of Management,   University of Missouri-Kansas City

Prof. Mary   Teagarden

Thunderbird School of Global   Management, Arizona State University

Prof. Pei Sun

School of Management, Fudan University

Prof. Zhilong Tian

School of Management, Huazhong   University of Science and Technology

Prof. Liang Wang

School of Management, USF

Prof. Yimin Wang

School of Management, Shandong   University

Prof. Yonggui Wang

Business School, the University of   International Business Economics

Prof. Jiang Wei

School of Management, Zhejiang   University

Prof. Liqun Wei

School of Management, Hong Kong   Baptist University

Prof. William   Wei

School of Business, Grant MacEwan   University

Prof. Bing Wu

School   of Business, ECUST

Prof. Jianzu Wu

School of Management, Lanzhou   University

Prof. Xianming Wu

Economics and Management School,   Wuhan University

Prof. Jun Xia

Naveen Jindal School of Management,   The University of Texas at Dallas 

Prof. Hongming Xie

College of   Economics and Management, Zhejiang University of Technology

Prof. Hui Xu

Business School, Nankai University

Prof. Xiaojun Xu

School of Management, Fudan University

Prof. Guiju Yang

School of Business, ECUST

Prof.   Xiaotao Yao

School of Management, Xi'an Jiaotong   University

Prof.   Guangyu Ye

School of Business Administration,   South China University of Technology





Prof. Jiang Yun

Dongbei University of Finance and   Economics

Prof. Xiaoyu Yu

School of Management, Shanghai   University

Mr. Chao Zhang

Liaowang Institute, Xinhua News   Agency

Prof. Xiao Zhang

Business School, Nanjing University

Prof. Qinqin Zheng

School of Management, Fudan   University

Prof. Jun Zhou

School of Finance and Economics,   Soochow University


The Organizing committee

Committee Chairs:

Prof.   Haifeng Yan

Dean,   School of Business, East China University of Science and Technology (ECUST)

Prof.   Xiaohua Yang

Director,   China Business Studies Initiative, University of San Francisco (USF)

Committee Members:

Prof. Linping Dong (Coordinator-in-chief)

School of Business, ECUST


Prof. Bing Wu (contact person for symposium   sessions)

School of Business, ECUST


Prof. Liang Wang(Liaison at USF)

School of Management, USF


Prof. Roger Chen

School of Management, USF


Haibo   Zhou

College   of International Education, ECUST

Qingfei   Wang

School   of Business, ECUST

Ying   Wang

School   of Business, ECUST

Yi   Ding

School   of Business, ECUST

Yi Huang

School   of Business, ECUST

Rui   Yang

School   of Business, ECUST


Important Dates:

Meeting Date

May 26th,  2018

Submission Deadline:

April 15th, 2018

Acceptance Notification:

April 20th, 2018

Registration Deadline:

April 30th, 2018   (NO REGISTRATION   FEE)

 

Registration Information:

The hotel expense will be paid by participants. We can reserve rooms for participants in preferential price. Please download and fill in the registration form and send it to the following E-mail address: ecust_usf_meeting@126.com.

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Hotel reservation

□ Grand Skylight   Gardens Hotel

□ Lotel  

Duration of stay

(Multiple choice)

□ May 25th,   2018 

□ May 26th,   2018

□ May 27th,   2018 

 

Supporting Journals:

Academy of Management Perspectives

Thunderbird International Business Review

Asia Pacific Journal of Management

Chinese Management Study

Bottom Line

Nankai Business Review

Science Research Management (in Chinese)

Studies in Science of Science (in Chinese)

Journal of Management Science (in Chinese)

Economic Management Journal (in Chinese)

Foreign Economies and Management (in Chinese)

R & D Management (in Chinese)

Industrial Engineering and Management (in Chinese)

Shanghai Management Science (in Chinese)

 

Call for papers for ECUST-USF 20180401.docx

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