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Peking University lecture info (April 7, 2011)

APR . 07 2011

>>The Reform of Financial Supervision System of China in the Context of Financial Internationalization


Speaker: Prof. Cao Fengqi


Date: Apr. 8, 2011 (Friday)


Time: 19:00-21:00


Venue: Room 202, Old building of Guanghua School of Management


Organizer: Bowen Lecture of Guanghua School of Management


Intro: Why did the financial crisis first break out in the USA? How will the financial reform act signed by Obama affect financing banks like Goldman
Sachs? Why isn't China hit severely by the crisis? How does China's financial supervision protect the interests of small shareholders? How can the nature of avarice be reasonably restrained? What is the future of China's financial supervision in the context of financial internationalization? Prof. Cao Fengqi from PKU Guanghua School of Management will illustrate the future development of  China's banking and financial supervision system for you.

 

>>Lecture of Casualty Actuarial Society (CAS)


Speaker: Yuan Bin


Date: Apr. 8, 2011 (Friday)


Time: 14:00-16:00


Venue: Conference Room 307, Building of PKU School of Economics


Intro: Information about CAS Exam and the career as an actuary and face-to-face discussion
about CAS.


 

>>Class, Gender, and Education


Speaker: Prof. Zhang Jiancheng, director of Taiwan Association of Sociology of Education and
vice president of Research Committee on Sociology of Education of International Sociological Association


Date: Apr. 8, 2011 (Friday)


Time: 14:00-15:30


Venue: Room 103, Building of Graduate School of Education


Intro: In regard to gender equality, it is hard to grasp its essence solely from the perspective of
gender per se, without the consideration of the functions of class, tribes, and even schools. This lecture tries to involve the factor of class in the discussion of gender equality. Different classes have different gender orders. According to the recent research, the informal courses offered by schools also have influence, though vague, on gender equality, and need further research.


 

>>The Experience of the Rise of China and the Development of Modern Economics


Speaker: Chen Ping, professor of National School of Development


Date: Apr. 8, 2011 (Friday)


Time: 19:00-21:00


Venue: Room 352, Natural Science Building No.5


Intro: Chen Ping, Professor of Economics, National School of Development, Peking University
Education Background:Ph.D. in Physics, 1987, University of Texas at Austin GPA: 4.0 (straight A).  Doctoral Dissertation: Nonlinear Dynamics and Business Cycles.B.S. in Physics, 1968, University of Science & Technology of China,  ChineseAcademyof
 Sciences,Beijing, China
Research Areas:Macroeconomics, Financial Economics, Microeconomics, Econometrics, Institutional Economics, Complexity Science, Political Economics, Transition and Development Economics, Evolutionary Economics, Cultural Anthropology, Economic History, History of Science, etc.
Book Published:Nonlinear Dynamics and Evolutionary Economics, Oxford University Press, Oxford (1993).


 

>>Environmental Science and Technology: Japan's Technology and Society


Speaker: Sunami Atsushi


Date: Apr. 8, 2011 (Friday)


Time: 9:00-13:00


Venue: Room 105, Zone C of Valori Building


 

>>A mathematical Introduction to the Two-dimensional Conformal Quantum Field Theory


Speaker: Prof. Huang Yizhi, Rutgers University


Date: Apr. 8, 2011 (Friday)


Time: 14:00-15:00


Venue: Room 1114, Natural Science Building No.1


Intro: Prof. Huang will illustrate the history of the two-dimensional conformal quantum field
theory becoming a mathematical theory over the last twenty years and its current development, as well as the mathematical problems solved by this theory.


 

>> The Planned Economy: A Great Experiment of the Human Society -- Recalling the Debate between the Disequilibrium School & the Shortage School


Speaker: Professor Yang Haiqun


Date: Apr. 9, 2011 (Saturday)


Time: 19:00-21:00


Venue: Room 101, PKU Classroom Building No. 2


Intro: Prof. Yang, who got his Master of Development Economics from Cambridge University,
and his Doctor degree of Banking and Finance from London University, once worked for the State Planning Commission as the deputy general manager of Head Office of Bank of China in 1980s.

Below is what he will talk about in the lecture:
1. Make an objective evaluation of the planned economy, and sum up its experience.
2. Look back on a fierce controversy in the field of international economics, and analyze the
reasons why the development of China is still not balanced, coordinated and sustainable.
3. Offer suggestions that the reinforcement of planned management and macro-control of local
governments on the basis of improvement of market mechanism is in need, as well as the reinforcement of integrated planning, venture management, and internal controls in corporate governance.


 

>>The Experience of Haidilao Hotpot and Discussion of Humanized Management in Enterprises Management


Speakers: Xu Xinzhong, deputy dean of PKU Guanghua School of Management, Huang Tieying, guest professor of PKU Guanghua School of Management, Ning Gaoning, President of China National Cereals, Oils and Foodstuffs Corporation Group
(COFCO) and top leaders of Hai Di Lao Huo Gao Restaurant


Date: Apr. 13, 2011 (Wednesday)


Time: 19:30-21:00


Venue: Alibaba Lecture Hall of Guanghua School of Management


Intro: 1. Lecture of "the secret of Haidilao Hotpot" by Huang Tieying.
         2. Discussion of Humanized Management in Enterprises Management.


 

>>Research on Nanogenerator and Piexoelectrics—from Technology to Engineering


Speaker: Wang Zhonglin, foreign academician of Chinese Academy of Science


Date: Apr. 14, 2011 (Thursday)


Time: 15:30-17:00


Venue: Room 204, Zone A of Chemistry Building, PKU

 

 

Translated by: Cao Yixing
Edited by: Chen Miaojuan
Source: PKU Lecture Hall