The 31st Annual Conference of Chinese Economics Society Australia (CESA) – Call for Papers
CDES, Department of Economics, Monash Business School, July 15-16 2019
As China settles into a lower growth trajectory, policy-makers now are searching for new sources of economic growth through different reforms. Will China resume rapid growth after the policy changes? What are the internal and global impacts of new policies in China?
The Conference of Chinese Economics Society Australia (CESA) attracts participants worldwide to address major economic issues facing China, as well as and their global impacts. The 31st annual CESA meeting is jointly organised by the Centre for Development Economics and Sustainability (CDES), the Department of Economics and Monash Business School.
The theme of the forthcoming conference is The “New Normal Growth” and the Global Impact of Chinese Economy
Possible topics include (but not restricted to):
- The competitiveness of the Chinese Economy
- China’s financial sector reform and financial market development
- Consumption as the engine of growth
- Demographic challenges in China
- Impact of China’s economic rebalancing on the rest of the world
- Trade policies
- Wealth inequality
- Environment issues in China
Papers that do not fit into these categories, but that are related to the main theme of the conference, are also welcome.
Interested contributors should submit a drafted paper or an abstract (in PDF file) by April 1. The organization committee will select the conference papers based on originality, analytical rigor, and policy relevance and will contact the authors whose papers have been selected by April 12.
Paper submission and conference enquiries: CESA2019@monash.edu
Other enquiries: Dr. Qingyuan Du, firstname.lastname@example.org; +61 3 9903 4702