Conference on China After 35 Years of Economic Transition

8-9 May 2014, London Metropolitan University
84 Moorgate London, UK, EC2M 6SQ
London Metropolitan University through its Centre for International Capital Markets is hosting a conference "China after 35 Years of Economic Transition"
The conference will provide a platform for experts, academics, and policy makers to exchange their in-depth insights on all aspects of Chinese economic and social transformation since 1978 and evaluate the prospects for the decades ahead.
Papers on the following issues about China are particularly welcome: Economic growth and inequality, Monetary and fiscal policy, Exchange rate determination and policy, Banking and financial markets, International trade and capital flows, International financial Integration Demographics, Pension and health systems, Environment, energy and sustainability, State owned enterprises and privatisation Corporate governance and social responsibility, Institutional development, International political economy, Comparative economic development
Centre for International Capital Markets, London Metropolitan University
Centre for Empirical Finance, Brunel University, London
The Bank of Finland Institute for Economies in Transition (BOFIT)
Conference Chair: Dr Kefei You (Director, Centre for International Capital Markets)
Co-Chair: Professor Guglielmo Maria Caporale (Director, Centre for Empirical Finance)
Professor Catherine Schenk, Dean for Research, College of Social Sciences, University of Glasgow
Mr Xianhong Deng, Vice Chairman of the State Administration of Foreign Exchange, China
Selected papers presented at the conference will be published in a special issue of China Economic Review.
Guest Editor: Professor Guglielmo Maria Caporale
Co-Editor: Dr Kefei You
Chair: Professor Guglielmo Maria Caporale
Co-Chair: Dr Kefei You
Abstracts should be submitted to following the instructions below:
Word Limits
Titles are limited to 30 words. The abstract text body is limited to 500 words.
Abstract Submission
Deadline: 14 Feb 2014 The call for papers is closed.
Submission Confirmation
After submission of the abstract, a confirmation email will be sent to the abstract submitter.
Notification of acceptance of abstracts
28 Feb 2014
Please note that submission of full papers, if they are available by 31 Jan 2014, are strongly encouraged.
Final Paper Submission Deadline
21 March 2014. The final version of the paper should not exceed 40 pages. For both abstract and final paper, please supply the original Word documents, not PDFs.
For any further information, please contact Dr Kefei You at

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