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  Thursday, January 5, 2006
  Friday, January 6, 2006
  Saturday, January 7, 2006
  Monday, January 9, 2006
You are cordially invited to attend the following Conference
Organized by the Universities Service Centre for China Studies
Co-sponsored with the South China Programme, Hong Kong Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies,
The Chinese University of Hong Kong
The Second Annual Graduate Seminar on China
第二届国际研究生“当代中国”研讨班
January 5-9, 2006
(For registration, please email USC at usc@cuhk.edu.hk or call 2609-8765)
Public Lectures:
Dr. CHEN Fong Ching, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
On China Scholars and China
9:00-9:30 Thursday, January 5, 2006, Cho Yiu Conference Hall
Prof. David ZWEIG, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Resource Diplomacy Under Hegemony: Sino-American Relations in a New Era
14:00 – 14:30 Thursday, January 5, 2006, Cho Yiu Conference Hall
Prof. Daniel LYNCH, University of Southern California, U.S.A.
Mapping China's Political Future
9:00 – 9:30 Friday, January 6, 2006, Lecture Hall 1, Institute of Chinese Studies
张 鸣教授,中国人民大学
中国农业集体化及其后遗症

14:00 – 14:30 Friday, January 6, 2006, Lecture Hall 1, Institute of Chinese Studies
Prof. LI Lianjiang, Hong Kong Baptist University
Mixed Methods
11:20 – 11:50 Saturday, January 7, 2006, Lecture Hall 1, Institute of Chinese Studies
Tentative Programme
Thursday, January 5, 2006
9:00-9:30 CHO YIU CONFERENCE HALL
Opening Remarks and Keynote Address: On China Scholars and China
Dr. CHEN Fong Ching, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Chair: Prof. KUAN Hsin Chi, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
9:30-10:30 INVESTMENT AND FINANCE (1)
Chair and Commentator:
Prof. TSUI Kai Yuen, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
1. Institutions Matter: How Special Zones Affect FDI in China
    ZHENG Yu, University of California, San Diego, U.S.A.
2. Reconsidering the Political Economy of Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in China: Industrial Policy, FDI, and the Development of Local Technological Capacity
   LIN Ying, University of Washington, Seattle, U.S.A.
10:30-11:00 Teabreak and Phototaking
11:00-13:00 INVESTMENT AND FINANCE (2)
Chair and Commentator:
Prof. DU Julan, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
1. The Interaction Between Taiwanese Business and Chinese Local Government, 1987-2005: Three Case Studies
    LEE Chun-yi, University of Nottingham, U.K.
2. Canadian SMEs in China: Challenges and Opportunities
    WANG Baoling, University of British Columbia, Canada
3. Cashing Out: Survival Crises Faced by Shareholding Cooperatives in Shanghai
    ZENG Jin, Johns Hopkins University, U.S.A.
4. Market Potential, Supplier Access and the Location of Japanese Investment in China's Food Industry
    JIN Shaosheng, University of Tsukuba, Japan
13:00-14:00 Lunch
14:00 – 14:30 CHO YIU CONFERENCE HALL
Lecture: Resource Diplomacy Under Hegemony: Sino-American Relations in a New Era
Prof. David ZWEIG, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Concurrent Panel A
CHO YIU CONFERENCE HALL
Concurrent Panel B
ROOM 126, INSTITUTE OF CHINESE STUDIES
14:30-16:00 CENTRE AND REGION (1)
Chair and Commentator:
Prof. David ZWEIG
Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
14:30-16:30 EDUCATION
Chair and Commentator:
Prof. XIAO Jin
The Chinese University of Hong Kong
1. Center's Gripping Control in China: Implementing the 1994 Tax Reform
    CHOI Eun Kyong, Princeton University, U.S.A.
1. The Student Loan Scheme in China in the Context of University Expansion
    Chen, Yong-jie, University of York, U.K.
2. The Evolution of Regional Specialization Pattern in China during Its Economic Reform: The Role of Local Protectionism? 
    WU Jianfeng, National University of Singapore
2. Reexamining Peer Effects on Academic Performance in a Unique Educational Setting
    WEI Ha, Harvard University, U.S.A.
3. Resource Distribution in a New Cooperative Economy
    Chen Nabo, City University of Hong Kong
3.非户籍常住人口子女受义务教育问题研究——以东莞市X镇为例
  蔡金花, 华南师范大学
4.家庭资本与城乡教育分层
  蒋国河, 南开大学
16:00-16:20 Teabreak 16:30-16:50 Teabreak
Concurrent Panel C
CHO YIU CONFERENCE HALL
Concurrent Panel D
ROOM 126, INSTITUTE OF CHINESE STUDIES
16:20-17:20 CENTRE AND REGION (2)
Chair and Commentator:
Prof. WANG Shaoguang
The Chinese University of Hong Kong
16:50-18:20 POPULATION
Chair and Commentator:
Prof. ZHANG Li
The Chinese University of Hong Kong
1. The Role of the State in the Economic Development of Shanghai: Is Shanghai a Provincial-Level Developmental State?
    Isabelle GRAS, Trier University, Germany
1. Migrant Labor in China's Accummulation Regime
    JI Taikun, University of Alberta, Canada
2. Regional Disparities and Redistribution in China: The Median Voter Hypothesis as a Political Channel
   
LIN Tingjin, University of Hong Kong
2.60年代初粮食匮乏困境下的城镇精简人口:以江苏省为个案
 
黄 骏, 南京大学
3.中国城乡人口迁移规模的实证分析(1979-2003)
 
卢向虎, 中国农业大学
Friday, January 6, 2006
9:00-9:30 LECTURE HALL 1, INSTITUTE OF CHINESE STUDIES
Lecture: Mapping China's Political Future
Prof. Daniel LYNCH, University of Southern California, U.S.A.
Concurrent Panel E
LECTURE HALL 1, INSTITUTE OF CHINESE STUDIES
Concurrent Panel F
ROOM 126, INSTITUTE OF CHINESE STUDIES
9:30 -10:30 LAW (1)
Chair and Commentator:
Prof. Daniel LYNCH
University of Southern California, U.S.A.
9:30 -10:30 SOCIETY (1)
Chair and Commentator:
Prof. CHAN Kin Man
The Chinese University of Hong Kong
1. Re-evaluating the Intellectual Property "Enforcement Problem" in China
    Kristie THOMAS, University of Nottingham, U.K.
1.对中国城市小区福利建设中几个相关问题的探讨
  王 勇, 华中师范大学
2.我国非公有制经济宪法地位的变迁及问题分析
  刘景岚, 东北师范大学
2.参与合作:行业协会的运作逻辑
  张沁洁, 中山大学
10:30-11:20 Teabreak and USC Tour
Concurrent Panel G
LECTURE HALL 1, INSTITUTE OF CHINESE STUDIES
Concurrent Panel H
ROOM 126, INSTITUTE OF CHINESE STUDIES
11:20-12:20 LAW (2)
Chair and Commentator:
Prof. YU Xingzhong
The Chinese University of Hong Kong
11:20 -12:20 SOCIETY (2)
Chair and Commentator:
Prof. Linda WONG
City University of Hong Kong
1.基层司法:窑店法庭的日常运作
 
丁 卫, 华中科技大学
1. 'No wasting' and 'empty nesters': 'Old age' in Beijing
   Anna BOERMEL, Oxford University, U.K.
2.从收容遣送到流浪救助---中国大陆人权观的转变
 
乔庆梅, 中国人民大学
2. China's Social Insurance Movement: 1880s-1950s A Global Historical Perspective
   HU Aiqun, Northeastern University, U.S.A.
12:30-14:00 Lunch
14:00-14:30 LECTURE HALL 1, INSTITUTE OF CHINESE STUDIES
Lecture: 中国农业集体化及其后遗症
Prof. ZHANG Ming, Renmin University of China
Concurrent Panel I
LECTURE HALL 1, INSTITUTE OF CHINESE STUDIES
Concurrent Panel J
ROOM 126, INSTITUTE OF CHINESE STUDIES
14:30-16:00 POLITICAL SOCIALIZATION (1)
Chair and Commentator:
Prof. ZHANG Ming
Renmin University of China
14:30-16:00 PARTY
Chair and Commentator:
Prof. KUAN Hsin Chi
The Chinese University of Hong Kong
1.文革前的“全国人民学解放军”运动
 
于兴卫, 中共中央党校
1. A Theory of Political Incorporation: Chinese Communist Party Recruitment, 1950-1996
   HU Songhua, Stanford University, U.S.A.
2.参加(观)土改与知识分子思想改造
 
张会芳, 北京大学
2. The Legitimation of the Party: Analysing the CCP's Use of Stability
   Sandby-Thomas Peter, University of Nottingham, U.K.
3.诉苦与动员:抗美援朝运动中的诉苦运动
 
侯松涛, 中共中央党校
3.偏大抑或偏小:比较视野下的中国政府官员规模研究
 
孙 涛, 南开大学
16:00-16:20 Teabreak
Concurrent Panel K
LECTURE HALL 1, INSTITUTE OF CHINESE STUDIES
Concurrent Panel L
ROOM 126, INSTITUTE OF CHINESE STUDIES
16:20-17:50 POLITICAL SOCIALIZATION (2)
Chair and Commentator:
Prof. GAO Hua
Nanjing University
16:20-18:20 FOREIGN RELATIONS
Chair and Commentator:
Prof. TING Wai
Hong Kong Baptist University
1.1949年革命与上海城市生活风格变迁
 
张 刚, 华中师范大学
1. Chinese Foreign Policy Concept: Past, Present and Future
   Dominik MIERZEJEWSKI, University of Lodz, Poland
2.常态社会与运动式治理:中国社会治安治理中的”严打”政策研究
 
唐皇鳯, 复旦大学
2. Cyberspace as "Text": Representations about China-Japan Relationships
   Hiroyuki CHIDA, Hokkaido University, Japan
3.“一五”时期国家经济建设公债发行述论——以上海为中心的考察
 
万立明, 复旦大学
3.软权力论——中国和平发展面临的国际竞争与突出问题
 
赵 刚, 香港浸会大学
4. China's History Movement: Making History, Shaping the Future
   James REILLY, George Washington University, U.S.A.
Saturday, January 7, 2006
9:00-11:00 LECTURE HALL 1, INSTITUTE OF CHINESE STUDIES
RURAL CHINA (1)
Chair and Commentator:
Prof. CAI Yongshun, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
1. It's Not the Peasant, Stupid! Measuring and Explaining the Distributive Effects of the Rural Tax and Fee Reforms in Anhui Province, China
    Christian GÖBEL, University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany
2. 农村基层干部与”四清”运动的源起——以天津塘沽为例
  范晓春, 中共中央党校
3. 集体化时期的农业经济结构探析——对一个村庄十年会计档案的解读
  傅建辉, 福建师范大学
4. Stone Noodles – Rural Memories on the "Great Leap Famine" in Henan Province (1958-1961)
    Felix WEMHEUER, University of Vienna, Austria
11:00-11:20 Teabreak
11:20 – 11:50 LECTURE HALL 1, INSTITUTE OF CHINESE STUDIES
Lecture:Mixed Methods
Prof. LI Lianjiang, Hong Kong Baptist University
11:50-12:50 RURAL CHINA (2)
Chair and Commentator:
Prof. LI Lianjiang, Hong Kong Baptist University
1. The Consequences of China's Rural Tax Reforms since 2000: A Preliminary Report
    Hiroki TAKEUCHI, University of California, LA, U.S.A.
2. Changing Role of Public Ownership in China's TVE Development – Theory and Empirical Evidence
    GUO Jiannan, University of Warwick, U.K.
12:50-14:00 Lunch
14:00-18:00 Hiking
Monday, January 9, 2006
Concurrent Panel M
CHO YIU CONFERENCE HALL
Concurrent Panel N
ROOM 126, INSTITUTE OF CHINESE STUDIES
9:00-10:30 ETHIC MINORITIES (1)
Chair and Commentator:
Prof. TAN Chee Beng
The Chinese University of Hong Kong
9:00-11:00 MEDIA
Chair and Commentator:
Mr. QIAN Gang
The University of Hong Kong
1. Ethnic or Chinese: The Identities of Ethnic Minority in China
    ZHANG Jian, Columbia University, U.S.A.
1. Distance with the Power and Media Slanting in China: A Bargaining Approach
    YANG Yinjuan, City University of Hong Kong
2. Uyghur Diasporic Activism. The Transnational Dimension of the Uyghur Problem
    Rémi CASTETS, Institute of Political Studies of Paris, France
2.利益争夺与角色转换——中国地市广电之生存与发展研究
  宋红梅, 中国传媒大学
3.城市朝鲜族自我认同(Identity)的形成与变化: 以中国大连朝鲜族社会为例
  吴朱英, 韩国首尔大学
3.艰难的“跨地区监督”——黑龙江沙兰洪灾媒体报导之案例分析
   程金福, 复旦大学
4.中国媒体应对公共危机的实证分析: 以SARS报导统计为例看大陆危机传播策略
  褚建勋, 中国科学技术大学
11:00-11:20 Teabreak
11:20-12:20 CHO YIU CONFERENCE HALL
ETHIC MINORITIES (2)

Chair and Commentator:
Prof. Gerard Postiglione, The University of Hong Kong
1. How far is Ethnic China from World Heritage?
   WANG Yu, Duke University, U.S.A.
2. Ethnicity, Academic Achievement, Gender, and the Role of Teacher: An Ethnographic Study of the Korean School World of Primary Pupils in China
    Gao Fang, The University of Hong Kong
12:30-14:00 Lunch
14:00-16:00 CHO YIU CONFERENCE HALL
CULTURE AND HISTORY

Chair and Commentator:
Prof. JIN Guantao, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
1. Christian Entrepreneurs and the Post-mao State: An Ethnographic Account of Church-state Relations in China's Economic Transition
   CAO Nanlai, Australian National University
2.困境中的反思:1990年代以来围绕“中国革命”的思想论争
 
宋 宏, 华东师范大学
3.中国共产党政治动员的历史分析
 
赵萍丽, 复旦大学
4. The Building of a New China - Architectural Culture since 1949
    TSUI Chung Man Carmen, University of California, Berkeley, U.S.A.
16:00-16:20 Teabreak
16:20-17:20 ENVIRONMENT
Chair and Commentator:
Dr. WU Fengshi, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
1. Governing China's Nu River: A Case Study of Water and Power
   Kristen MCDONALD, University of California, Berkeley, U.S.A.
2. Powerspace: Hydropower Geography in Yunnan (China)
   Darrin MAGEE, University of Washington, Seattle, U.S.A.
17:20-18:20 Closing Panel
Chair:
Prof. KUAN Hsin Chi, The Chinese University of Hong Kong