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CALL FOR PAPERS

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Contact personsOrganizing committeeInternational Advisory Board

The Sixth Annual Meeting of the Chinese Hayek Society

 

organized by

 

The Chinese Hayek Society &

Department of Economics and Finance, Hong Kong Shue Yan University

 

in conjunction with

Department of Economics, Feng Chia University, Taiwan

Department of Economics, National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan

Important datesTopicsPaper formats

Department of Sociology, Hong Kong Shue Yan University

Department of Business Administration, Hong Kong Shue Yan University

 

 on

August 6 -7, 2010 (Friday & Saturday)

Venue: Hong Kong Shue Yan University, 10 Wai Tsui Crescent, Braemar Hill Road, North Point, Hong Kong

 

The Chinese Hayek Society and the Department of Economics and Finance, Hong Kong Shue Yan University will hold a two-day international conference on August 6-7, 2010 at Shue Yan University, North Point, Hong Kong. The main theme of the conference this year is ¡§The Relevance of F.A. Hayek on China¡¦s Economy and Society¡¨. You are cordially invited to present a paper on the main and related themes (but not exclusively to) as listed below:

 

Topics

F.A. Hayek on economics, law, politics, psychology and social philosophy

China and the international community

China¡¦s 60 years review and prospect

The China economy after international financial crisis

Macroeconomic policies and monetary regulations in China

Economic development and Environmental planning

The economy of Taiwan after liberalization

Social problems and cultural issues in China

Psychology of Chinese people

Urban and rural disparity in China

Minority issues in China

Chinese entrepreneurship

China business and management

China¡¦s laws and politics

Cross Strait economic relations

Pearl River Delta and regional cooperation

Hong Kong and Macau after 1997

 

Both theoretical and empirical papers on mainland China, Taiwan, Macau and Hong Kong in broader relation to the global economy are accepted. The organizers welcome papers applying F.A. Hayek¡¦s contributions to the Chinese economy and society. We also believe that interdisciplinary and heterodox approaches are most fruitful in understanding complexity of China issues. Therefore, the conference welcomes papers from disciplines such as economics, sociology, business management, psychology, law and politics. In economics, apart from the conventional approach, the conference seeks scholars from New Institutional Economics, Austrian Economics, Social Economics and Evolutionary Economics to put forward their views on East Asia today. The language of the conference is Chinese and English. There will be no registration fee. Participants fund their own travelling expenses. However, the conference can provide foods and accommodations for those scholars, untenured professors and students who need subsidies. Please send all abstracts and full papers before the deadline to:

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Contact persons

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Yuen, Wai Kee (Dr.)

Department of Economics and Finance

Hong Kong Shue Yan University

Email: wkyuen@hksyu.edu

Phone: 852-2806-5171 (Direct line)

Phone: 852-2806-5179 (Admin. Assistant, Chan, Jeffery)

Fax: 852-2806-8044

 

Yeung, Raymond (Dr.)

Department of Economics and Finance

Hong Kong Shue Yan University

Email: wmyeung@hksyu.edu

Phone: 852-2104-8287

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Organizing committee

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Yuen, Wai Kee (Dr.)

Assistant Professor

Department of Economics and Finance

Hong Kong Shue Yan University

 

Yeung, Raymond (Dr.)

Senior Lecturer

Department of Economics and Finance

Hong Kong Shue Yan University

 

Lam, Richard (Dr.)

Assistant professor

Department of Economics and Finance

Hong Kong Shue Yan University

 

Lam Che Fai (Dr.)

Associate professor

Department of Business Administration

Hong Kong Shue Yan University

 

Yung, Ching-Shek (Mr.)

Assistant professor

Department of Sociology

Hong Kong Shue Yan University

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Lee, Shu Kam (Dr.)

Associate professor

Department of Economics and Finance

Hong Kong Shue Yan University

 

Poon, Che Chong (Dr.)

Administrative head,

Department of Economics and Finance

Hong Kong Shue Yan University

 

Yu, Fu Lai Tony (Dr.)

Professor and Head, Department of Economics and Finance,

Hong Kong Shue Yan University

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Important dates

Deadline for abstracts: March 1, 2010  

(Due to an overwhelming demand, the deadline for abstracts will be extended to April 1, 2010)

Notification of acceptance: March 15, 2010

Submission of full papers: June 1, 2010 July 1, 2010

Conference: August 6-7, 2010

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Publication of conference papers:

All papers presented in the Annual Meeting will be compiled into a conference proceedings in the form of hard copy and/or CD-ROM. Some Papers will be selected and edited into a book volume published by Hong Kong Shue Yan University and the Chinese F.A. Hayek Society.

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Paper formats

English manuscripts should be double-spaced in 12-point Times New Roman font with consecutively numbered pages. Page numbers should be continued through the manuscript, including for pages of references, appendixes, tables, and figures. Allow margins of one inch on all four sides of every page.

 

The Abstract should include title of the paper, the authors¡¦ names, affiliations, and phone numbers. The abstract, which composes of up to 250 words, must clearly and succinctly present the manuscript¡¦s subject matter, significance and contribution.

 

Submitted manuscripts should be no more than 30 double-spaced pages excluding references, appendixes, tables, and figures. The manuscript¡¦s main body should include title, abstract, and the text of the manuscript, followed by references, appendixes, tables, and figures. The first page of the main body should include the title in boldface capital-and-lower-case letters followed by an abstract of no more than 250 words. Major or first-level headings should appear in boldface capital letters throughout the manuscript with four to six major headings for most manuscripts. Most manuscripts begin with an ABSTRACT major heading following by an INTRODUCTION heading. Second-level headings should be typed in boldface capital-and-lower-case letters. Third-level headings should be in boldface italic letters beginning with the first word capitalized and the remaining words in lower-case letters. All headings are to be left-justified. Acknowledgements should appear at the bottom of the title page. All citations should be made in Harvard system.

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International Advisory Board

Hu, H.L. Henry , G.B.S., O.B.E., J.P., President, Hong Kong Shue Yan University

Hu, Yao Su, Professor and Academic Vice President, Hong Kong Shue Yan University

Zhang, Shu Guang, (张ÀÆ¥ú) Economic Researcher, Chinese Academy of Social Science (Beijing)

Yao, Zhong Qiu, Founder and Convenor, the Chinese Hayek Society

Lee, Joseph Tse-Hei, Professor, Center for East Asian Studies, Department of History, Pace University, New York, USA

Hwang, Chun-Sin, Associate Professor, National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan

Yan, Antonio, Associate Professor, Department of Economics, Feng Chia University, Taiwan

Shi, Yizheng, Professor, Department of Marketing, Hong Kong Baptist University

Shiu, Moon Cheung Gary, Honorary Research Fellow, Hong Kong Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies, the Chinese University of Hong Kong

Traver, Harold, Head and Professor, Department of Sociology, Hong Kong Shue Yan University

Cheung, Siu Keung, Deputy Head, Department of Sociology, Hong Kong Shue Yan University

Yeung, Wing Kay  David, Distinguished Research Professor and Head Department of Business Administration, Hong Kong Shue Yan University

Szeto, Wing Fu, Administrative head, Department of Business Administration, Hong Kong Shue Yan University

Poon, Che Chong, Administrative head, Department of Economics and Finance Hong Kong Shue Yan University

Yu, Fu Lai Tony, Professor and Head, Department of Economics and Finance, Hong Kong Shue Yan University

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