Program

Friday, September 9th
09:00-18:00Arrival and Registration: Howard Johnson Caida Plaza
18:00-20:00Reception: Howard Johnson Caida Plaza
Saturday, September 10th   Venue: Room 807, School of Economics, SUFE
08:30-09:00Opening Ceremony             
Chair: Fang Wang (Associate Professor, School of Economics, SUFE)
Welcome Remarks:  
Liming Fan (President and Professor, SUFE)              
Mingkong Wei (President, Chinese Economic History Society; Research Fellow, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences)  
Lin Cheng (Chairman and Professor of Department of Economic History, SUFE; Vice Chairperson of the Association for History of Chinese Economic Thought)
09:00-11:40Session I
Chair: Debin Ma (Associate Professor, Department of Economic History, The London School of Economics and Political Science)
09:00-10:10Avner Greif (Professor, Economics Department, Stanford University)             
The Clan and the City: Sustaining Cooperation in China and Europe
10:10-10:40Group Photo & Tea Break
10:40-11:40David Faure (Professor, History Department, Chinese University of Hong Kong)             
Why Filial Piety is Good for Business: Respect for Ancestor as a Business Principle in the Ming and the Qing  
11:50-12:50Lunch (Howard Johnson Caida Plaza)
13:10-17:50Session II
Chair: Hongzhong Yan (Professor, School of Economics, Shanghai University of Finance and Economics)
13:10-14:10 Zhiwu Chen (Professor, School of Management, Yale University)               
The Risks of Being Emperors: Unnatural Death of Emperors in Historical China from a Comparative Perspective  
14:10-14:20Coffee Break
14:20-15:20Carol Shiue (Associate Professor, Economics Department, University of Colorado at Boulder)              
Long-Run Trends in Social Mobility: An Analysis with Five Linked Generations in China, 1300-1900
15:20-15:30 Coffee Break
15:30-16:30Matthew Sommer (Professor, History Department, Stanford University)             
The Economics of Wife Sales in Qing Dynasty China
16:30-16:40Coffee Break
16:40-17:40Xuncheng Du (Professor, School of Economics, Shanghai University of Finance and Economics)             
Statutory Laws and Customary Laws in the Economic Development of Early Modern China  
18:00-20:00Dinner
Sunday, September 11th   Venue: Room 807, School of Economics, SUFE
08:40-12:00Session III
Chair: Chaoqun Gao (Research Fellow, Institute of Economics, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences)
08:40-09:40Debin Ma (Associate Professor, Department of Economic History, The London School of Economics and Political Science)             
The Paradox of Power: Understanding Fiscal Capacity in Qing China and Absolutist Regimes
09:40-09:50Coffee Break
10:00-10:50Wenxiang Wei (Professor, Institute of Modern Chinese History, Central China Normal University)             
Between Tax Collection and Protest: Early Modern Merchant Groups and the Collection of Income Tax in Tianjin
10:50-11:10Coffee Break
11:10-12:00Zhijian Qiao (Ph.D. Candidate, History Department, Stanford University)             
Merchants at the Helm: Trade Guilds and the Rise of a New Social Order in Qing Dynasty Hohhot  
12:10-13:20Lunch (Howard Johnson Caida Plaza)
13:30-17:40Session IV
Chair: Lin Cheng (Professor and Chairman of the Economic History Department, School of Economics, SUFE)
13:30-14:20Chaoqun Gao (Research Fellow, Institute of Economics, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences)             
The Origins of Early Modern Enterprises: A Study from the Perspective of the History of Ideas  
14:20-14:30Coffee Break
14:30-15:20Hongzhong Yan (Professor, School of Economics, Shanghai University of Finance and Economics)             
The Modern Enterprises and Office Purchase in Late Qing: An Empirical Study Based on the Resume Records of Qing Dynasty Officials
15:20-15:40Coffee Break
15:40-16:30 Liqiang Lin (Professor, School of History and Social Studies, Fujian Normal University)            
Christianity and Business Management: Christian Entrepreneurs in Tianjin and Shanghai during the Republican Era
16:30-16:40Coffee Break
16:40-17:40Sen Wei (Professor, School of Economics, Fudan University)             
The Use and Abuse of Knowledge in Society: the Hayekian Theory of Division of Knowledge and Money Management in a Society
18:00-20:00Dinner


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