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  Monday, January 8, 2007
  Tuesday, January 9, 2007
  Wednesday, January 10, 2007
  Thursday, January 11, 2007
  Friday, January 12, 2007
You are cordially invited to attend the following Conference
Organized by the Universities Service Centre for China Studies and
CUHK-Chiang Ching-kuo Foundation Asia-Pacific Centre for Chinese Studies
of
The Chinese University of Hong Kong
The Third Annual Graduate Seminar on China
第三届国际研究生“当代中国”研讨班
January 8-12, 2007
(For registration, please email USC at usc@cuhk.edu.hk or call 2609-8765)
Public Lectures
Monday, January 8, 2007

09:00-09:50
吴敬琏教授, Development Research Center of the State Council, China
中国的宏观经济走势
Venue: Cho Yiu Conference Hall
Tuesday, January 9, 2007

09:00-09:40
Prof. Jean OI, Stanford University, U.S.A.
The Impact of Feigaishui and Fiscal Problems in Townships
Venue: Cho Yiu Conference Hall

13:50-14:30
Prof. Jae Ho CHUNG, Seoul National University, Korea
Walking on Two Legs: My Experiences of Research and Publication
Venue: Cho Yiu Conference Hall

17:00-18:00
Prof. Ezra VOGEL, Harvard University, U.S.A.
Sino-Japanese Relations : Ups and Downs
Venue: T.Y. Wong Hall, 5/F, Ho Sin-Hang Engineering Building
Wednesday, January 10, 2007

09:00-09:40
Prof. Deborah DAVIS, Yale University, U.S.A.
Divorce Disputes over Property
Venue: Cho Yiu Conference Hall
Thursday, January 11, 2007

09:00-09:40
Prof. Akio TAKAHARA, University of Tokyo, Japan
The Complexity of Japan-China Relations: Its Present and Future
Venue: Cho Yiu Conference Hall
Friday, January 12, 2007

09:00-09:40
Prof. Pierre LANDRY, Yale University, U.S.A.
The Diffusion of Legal Institutions in China
Venue: Cho Yiu Conference Hall

15:20-16:00
Prof. LAU Puiking, Hong Kong Polytechnic University
The Evolving Function of the National People's Congress System
Venue: Cho Yiu Conference Hall
ROUND TABLE DISCUSSIONS ON PANEL TOPICS
Monday, January 8, 2007

16:40-18:00
50-70年代的中国
Chair: 高 华教授、林蕴晖教授
Venue: USC, 8F, Tin Ka Ping Building
Tuesday, January 9, 2007

15:50-16:50
Central Local Relations
Chair: Prof. Jae Ho CHUNG and Prof. Pierre LANDRY
Venue: Cho Yiu Conference Hall
Thursday, January 11, 2007

11:30-12:30
Rural China
Chair: Ms. Jean Hung
Venue: Cho Yiu Conference Hall
Tentative Programme
Monday, January 8, 2007
9:00-9:50 Cho Yiu Conference Hall
OPENING REMARKS

Chair: 关信基教授
吴敬琏教授, Development Research Center of the State Council, China
中国的宏观经济走势
9:50-10:50 Economic Reforms (I)
Chair:Prof. Andrew WALDER
TSAI Chungmin, University of California, Berkeley, U.S.A.
Power On or Power Off? The Political Logic of China’s Electricity Reform
HUANG Wei, University of Cambridge, U.K.
Share Payment Systems under a Non-sharing Economy? Wage Reforms in China and Current Payment Systems Operating in Chinese Enterprises: Case Studies in Car Industry
10:50-11:20 Teabreak and Phototaking
11:20-12:50 Cho Yiu Conference Hall
Concurrent Panel: Economic Reforms (II)

Chair: 崔启源教授
11:20-12:50 USC, 8/F Tin Ka Ping Building
Concurrent Panel: China 1949-1979 (I)

Chair: 林蕴晖教授
范淑敏, 国立台北大学
中国高新产业区域建构模式:以长三角的半导体产业为例
刘建平, 华东师范大学
1950年代初中国基督教、天主教的“三自”革新运动
宫俊涛, 西安交通大学
制造业绩效及其影响因素的跨国经验分析
韩勤英, 中国人民大学
贫民救助与政府责任---以1949-1952年北京(平) 市的贫民救济为例
王列辉, 复旦大学
上海宁波两港空间关系研究
刘德军, 南京大学
“三反”运动研究---以苏南区级机关干部变动为线索
12:30-13:50 Lunch
13:50-15:20 Cho Yiu Conference Hall
Concurrent Panel: Financial Reform

Chair: Prof. Carsten HOLZ
13:50-15:20 USC, 8/F Tin Ka Ping Building
Concurrent Panel: China 1949-1979 (II)

Chair: 高 华教授
ZHANG Ningxi, Cornell University, U.S.A.
To Lend or Not to Lend: A Case Study of the Transformation of a Chinese Commercial Bank’s Decision Making on Corporate Loans
锺延麟, 台湾政治大学
邓小平在文革前中共党的组织和运作中之角色--以中央总书记为中心的观察
ANG Yuenyuen, Stanford University, U.S.A.
Marketization Without Privatization: The Politics of Partial Reform in China’s Public Service Units (PSUs)
孙东方, 中国人民大学
对1957年- 1958年农村社会主义教育运动的历史考察---以山东昌潍为例
Bernard SCHNEIDER, University of London, U.K.
Tax Controversies and the Development of Tax Procedure in China
常利兵, 山西大学
小地方与大历史:运动作为一种治理术---以晋阳公社社会主义教育运动为例
15:20-15:40 Teabreak
15:40-16:40 Cho Yiu Conference Hall
Concurrent Panel: Industry

Chair: Prof. Chan Kin Man
15:40-16:40 USC, 8/F Tin Ka Ping Building
Concurrent Panel: China 1949-1979 (III)

Chair: 高 华教授
Axelle BOULAY, Australian National University
Smallholder Participation in Industry Partnerships for Tree Growing in Developing Countries: A Case Study with the Stora Enso Company, Guangxi
王宇英, 首都师范大学
“文革”时期舆论宣传中的家庭形象---以《人民日报》为例
陈家喜, 复旦大学
政治安排与改革时期中国民营企业家的政治成长
胡克俭, 兰州大学
20世纪50、60年代革命历史小说中英雄形象的建构分析
16:40-18:00 USC, 8/F Tin Ka Ping Building
圆桌讨论:50-70年代的中国

Chair: 高 华教授、林蕴晖教授
Tuesday, January 9, 2007
09:00-09:40 Cho Yiu Conference Hall
PUBLIC LECTURE

Prof. Jean OI, Stanford University, U.S.A.
The Impact of Feigaishui and Fiscal Problems in Townships
09:40-10:40 Political Development (I)
Chair: Prof. Jean OI
WANG Shiru, Yale University, U.S.A.
Electoral Politics in Chinese Villages---Voting and Candidate Nominating
LU Jie, Duke University, U.S.A.
Mobilization or Study: A Missing Variable in the Study of Elections in Rural China
10:40-11:00 Teabreak
11:00-12:30 Cho Yiu Conference Hall
Political Development (II)

Chair: 李连江教授
冯 莉, 复旦大学
理念与制度:我国现代选举发展的关键
CHEN Xuelian, Tuebingen University, Germany
民主与信任---解读平昌"公推直选"乡镇党委班子
贺琳凯, 云南大学
云南省彝族群众的基层政治参与研究---红河彝族哈尼族自治州弥勒县西一彝族镇的个案分析
12:30-13:50 Lunch
13:50-14:30 Cho Yiu Conference Hall
PUBLIC LECTURE

Prof. Jae Ho CHUNG, Seoul National University, Korea
Walking on Two Legs: My Experiences of Research and Publication
14:30-15:30 Central Local Relations (I)
Chair: Prof. Jae Ho CHUNG
GUO Jia, The University of Hong Kong
Study of Central-local Relationship in China: Scopes, Scholars, and References
MEI Ciqi, University of Maryland, U.S.A.
Political Achievements and Promotion: The Supply Side of China's Central-Local Relation
15:30-15:50 Teabreak
15:50-16:50 Cho Yiu Conference Hall
Round Table Discussion: Central Local Relations

Chair: Prof. Jae Ho CHUNG and Prof. Pierre LANDRY
17:00-18:00 T.Y. Wong Hall, 5/F, Ho Sin-Hang Engineering Building
PUBLIC LECTURE

Prof. Ezra VOGEL, Harvard University, U.S.A.
Sino-Japanese Relations : Ups and Downs
Wednesday, January 10, 2007
09:00-09:40 Cho Yiu Conference Hall
PUBLIC LECTURE

Prof. Deborah DAVIS, Yale University, U.S.A.
Divorce Disputes over Property
09:40-11:10 Cho Yiu Conference Hall
Concurrent Panel: State & Society (I)

Chair: Prof. Deborah DAVIS
09:40-11:10 USC, 8/F Tin Ka Ping Building
Concurrent Panel: Folk Culture

Chair: Prof. Sydney CHEUNG
ZHANG Jun, Yale University, U.S.A.
Automobiles, Autonomy and Family Value
谢晓辉, 香港中文大学
自明清以来湘西地方开发与族群关系
Amandine MONTEIL, Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales, France
“Community” Building and the Management of Social Change: A Case Study in Chengdu
刘泳斯, 香港中文大学
广西贺县客家民俗与丧葬仪式传统
Yousun CHUNG, University of Wisconsin-Madison, U.S.A.
Commodification of Welfare in Shanghai: Managing Risks and Opportunities in a New State-Society Relationship
许维贤, 北京大学
男性欲望对象的转型----论《东宫.西宫》与当代中国“同志”的“重新想象”
11:10-11:30 Teabreak
11:30-12:30 Cho Yiu Conference Hall
State & Society (II)

Chair: Prof. Vivian LOU
顾江霞, 中山大学
农民工在流入地的组织化与社会整合------基于广东佛山一个工业区的研究
文卫华, 中国传媒大学
中国城市小区公共生活的复兴与重建---北京回龙观小区网个案研究
12:30-13:50 Lunch
13:50-15:20 Cho Yiu Conference Hall
Concurrent Panel: Rural Society (I)

Chair: 李连江教授
13:50-15:20 USC, 8/F Tin Ka Ping Building
Concurrent Panel: Foreign Relation (I)

Chair: Prof. Akio TAKAHARA
杨 妍, 日本爱知大学
中国农村公共服务与生态环境发展---对黄柏峪村的实证调查与分析
Jessica Chen WEISS, University of California, San Diego, U.S.A.
Riding the Tiger: Popular Nationalism and Chinese Foreign Policy, 1985-2005
邓燕华, 南京大学
关系与信任:地下“六合彩”在农村社会的运作逻辑---在洋村的田野研究
GAO Rui, Yale University, U.S.A.
The Anti-Japanese Protest in China: A Case Study of Cultural Performance
行红芳, 中山大学
熟人社会的污名与污名控制策略---以艾滋病为例
CHEUNG Hokwong, City University of Hong Kong
The Social forces in Reparations Movement in Contemporary China
15:20-15:40 Teabreak
15:40-17:40 Cho Yiu Conference Hall
Concurrent Panel: Rural Society (II)

Chair: Prof. Isabelle THIREAU
15:40-17:10 USC, 8/F Tin Ka Ping Building
Concurrent Panel: Foreign Relation (II)

Chair: Mr. Mark SHELDON
Leslie WANG, University of California, Berkeley, U.S.A.
“Missing Girls” in an Era of “High Quality”: Governmental Control over Population and Daughter Discrimination in Reform-era China
SONG Jing, City University of Hong Kong
"Globalization" in the Eyes of Chinese and Indian Media
XU Lanlan, City University of Hong Kong
Sustainable Microfinance for the Poorest: Empirical Evidence from Microfinance Projects in Huoshan County, China
Claudia ASTARITA, The University of Hong Kong
China and India: the Unpredictable Countries
Jenny CHIO, University of California, Berkeley, U.S.A.
"New Socialist Countryside Peasant Family Happy” (社会主义新农村农家乐): Understanding Domestic Tourism in/to Rural Southwest China
Myungsik HAM, University of Virginia, U.S.A.
China’s Leadership of North Korea: A Partner for Alliance or A Constituent of Asymmetry
Ernesto MARTINEZ, Harvard University, U.S.A.
Chinese Business Restaurants in Mexico: Divison of Labor for Success
Thursday, January 11, 2007
09:00-09:40 Cho Yiu Conference Hall
PUBLIC LECTURE

Prof. Akio TAKAHARA, University of Tokyo, Japan
The Complexity of Japan-China Relations: Its Present and Future
09:40-11:10 Cho Yiu Conference Hall
Concurrent Panel: Rural Politics
Chair: Prof. CAI Yongshun
09:40-11:10 USC, 8/F Tin Ka Ping Building
Concurrent Panel: Culture
Chair: Prof. LUI Tai Lok
Wooyeal PAIK, University of California, Los Angeles, U.S.A.
Economic Development and Political Participation in China: An Analysis of Petition Activities 1994-2002
Minna VALJAKKA, University of Helsinki, Finland
The Role of Chinese Contemporary Art in Society
陈柏峰, 华中科技大学
论乡村灰色势力的区域差异
TANG Lingyun, Yale University, U.S.A.
Postsocialist Cultural Policy in Beijing: Making Space for Contemporary Art
张华军, 日本爱知大学/南开大学
县政府管理方式研究---以中原A县2005-2006年治理整顿砖瓦窑厂为例
WU Renhung, University of British Columbia, Canada
De-Sinicization—crafting an imagined community of Taiwan
11:10-11:30 Teabreak
11:30-12:30 Cho Yiu Conference Hall
Round Table Discussion: Rural China
Chair: Ms. Jean Hung
12:30-13:50 Lunch
13:50-15:20 Cho Yiu Conference Hall
Concurrent Panel: Rule of Law
Chair: Prof. LING Bing
13:50-15:20 USC, 8/F Tin Ka Ping Building
Concurrent Panel: Health & Medical System (I)
Chair: 顾 昕博士
WANG Shuping, Yale University, U.S.A.
Corruption from Forging Reform in State-Owned Enterprises in China
CHAN Laiha, Griffith University, Australia
China Engages Global Health Governance: A Follower or a Precursor?
Eevamaria MIELONEN, University of Turku, Finland
Chinese Definition for “Fazhi”: Reconciliation of Rule of Law with Socialism
LI Jing, The University of Hong Kong
Role Change of Chinese Health Authority and Social Performance: A Case of Food Safety Policy
CHEN Dingding, University of Chicago, U.S.A.
Institutional Protection, Legal Reforms, and Human Rights in Contemporary China
邵德兴, 上海交通大学
新型农村合作医疗供给模式研究---以浙江为例
15:20-15:40 Teabreak
16:10-17:10 Cho Yiu Conference Hall
Concurrent Panel: Environment
Chair: Prof. ZHANG Li
15:40-17:10 USC, 8/F Tin Ka Ping Building
Concurrent Panel: Health & Medical System (II)
Chair: Prof. LI Hongbin
Rachel STERN, University of California, Berkeley, U.S.A.
Negotiating the Zone of Tolerance: Lawyers & Environmental Litigation in China
CAO Xuebing, Keele University, U.K.
The Decentralization of Pay Determination for Chinese Doctors
毕亮亮, 清华大学
流域管理、行政区域管理与跨界河流域水污染防控---以江浙边界水污染治理为例
XIONG Yanyan, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Does Maternal Schooling have Causal Effect on Child Health? Evidence from Chinese Twins
Amy ZADER, University of Colorado, Boulder, U.S.A.
Modernizing China’s Food Systems: The Politics of Biotechnology, Agriculture, and the Environment
Priscilla SONG, Harvard University, U.S.A.
Global Standards, Local Values: Developing a Culture of Clinical Experimentation in Contemporary China
Friday, January 12, 2007
09:00-09:40 Cho Yiu Conference Hall
PUBLIC LECTURE
Prof. Pierre LANDRY, Yale University, U.S.A.
The Diffusion of Legal Institutions in China
09:40-11:10 Cho Yiu Conference Hall
Concurrent Panel: Media & Journalism
Chair: Prof. QIU Lin Chuan, 钱 钢先生
09:40-11:10 USC, 8/F Tin Ka Ping Building
Concurrent Panel: Central Local Relations (II)
Chair: Prof. XIAO Jin
Joana Reneé CARLSON, Florida State University, U.S.A.
Journalists and Popular Diplomacy: Manipulating Sino-U.S. Relations through Newsmaking during and after the Chinese Revolution
Jeremy WALLACE, Stanford University, U.S.A.
‘Industry Feeding Agriculture in Turn’: Chinese Center-to-Province Fiscal Transfers
李红涛, 香港城市理工大学
强势与弱势分割:信息传播资源分配结构的动态观察
高亚军, 中南财经政法大学
地方经济与地方税主体税种相关性研究
马汇莹, 复旦大学
外来电视与本土电视取舍之间:广东电视观众研究
孙德超, 吉林大学
历史分析与比较分析:中国中央与地方财政关系的发展、借鉴与前景
11:10-11:30 Teabreak
11:30-12:30 Cho Yiu Conference Hall
Ideology & Policies (I)
Chair: Prof. Pierre LANDRY
YE Min, Princeton University, U.S.A.
China 1979-1992: Debates and Durability of FDI Liberalization
Yayoi KATO, University of Southern California, U.S.A.
"Privatization" Debates in the Jiang Zemin Era (1993-2002)
12:30-13:50 Lunch
13:50-14:50 Cho Yiu Conference Hall
Concurrent Panel: Ideology & Policies (II)
Chair: Prof. Pierre LANDRY
13:50-15:20 USC, 8/F Tin Ka Ping Building
Concurrent Panel: Education
Chair: Prof. XIAO Jin
李鹏飞, 日本爱知大学
中国人类发展与经济增长关系的实证研究(1978-2003)
杜瑞军, 北京师范大学
从高等教育入学机会的分配透视教育公平问题---对新中国50年普通高校招生政策的回顾
朱辉宇, 日本爱知大学
相异相济、和而不同---从相异性视角解读和谐理念
WANG Dan, Syracuse University, U.S.A.
劳动的异化---乡村教师的日常工作
周群英, 中国人民大学
农村地区性别教育投资收益率的比较研究
15:20-15:40 Teabreak
15:40-16:20 Cho Yiu Conference Hall
PUBLIC LECTURE
Prof. LAU Puiking, Hong Kong Polytechnic University
The Evolving Function of the National People's Congress System
16:20-17:10 CLOSING PANEL
CLOSING REMARKS
: Prof. Billy SO