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Kyoto International Conference


Civil Society, Firms, and Government in Post-Transition and Emerging Economies

Organized by
Kyoto Institute of Economic Research, Kyoto University (KIER), Joint Research and Joint Usage Projects

Supported by
Kyoto University, Kyoto University Research Coordination Alliance, JSCES, J ACSM, KIER Foundation

Date: January 25 (Fri)-27 (Sun), 2019

Conference Venue:
North Building N101-102 and N202, Kyoto Institute of Economic Research, Kyo to University (KIER), Sakyo, Yoshidahon-machi, Kyoto, Japan 068501 January 25 (Friday): KIER, North Building N101-102

Special Seminar: 14:30-16:00
Chair: Hiroaki Hayashi (Ritsumeikan University) Erdenebat Bataa (National University of Mongolia) gResearch (in)capacity a nd brain drain of Post-communist economists: A field experience from Mongoli ah

KIER Young Scholars Seminar on Comparative Economics: 16:30-17:30 Chalwe Mwamba (Ritsumeikan University) gTransport Investment and Economic Development in ZambiahEnkhchimeg Enkhmandakh (Kyoto University) gIncrease in Inequality in Mongo lia during Transitionh (tentative)
Comments: Erdenebat Bataa (National University of Mongolia), Vasily Anikin (Higher School of Economics)

January 26 (Saturday): KIER North Building N101-102
Greeting Address of the Director of KIER Professor Satoshi Mizobata (Kyoto University) 10:00-10:10

Opening Remarks: 10:10-10:20
Kazuho Yokogawa (Kanagawa University), Takuma Kobayashi (Matsuyama University)

Keynote Speeches: 10:20-12:00
Chair: Takuma Kobayashi (Matsuyama University)

YangYao (National School of Development, Peking University) gDoes the Chinese selectocracy select competent leaders?hGeoffrey Wood (University of Essex) gInstitutional Change, and High Probability yet Unplanned-for Eventsh

Lunch 12:00 – 13:30

Keynote Speeches: 13:30-15:10
Chair: Kazuho Yokogawa (Kanagawa University)

Julia Lezhnina (Higher School of Economics) gRussiansf attitude to the role of state in socio-economic policyhVasily Anikin (Higher School of Economics) gSocial classes in post-transition Russiah

Coffee break 15:10-15:30

Session 1: Civil Society and State in the Post-Transition Economy 15:30-17:50
Chair: Xinxin Ma (Hitotsubashi University)

Hiroaki Hayashi (Ritsumeikan University) gCivil Society and State Capitalism in RussiahKazuho Yokogawa (Kanagawa University) gRegional Public Service Provision and Civil Society in Russiah
Katsumi Fujiwara (Osaka University)gRussian Consumer Power under SanctionshMihoko Satogami (Kyoto University) gPolicy Framework Relevant to Female Worker in Germanyh

Comments: Vasily Anikin (Higher School of Economics), Julia Lezhnina (Higher School of Economics), Xinxin Ma (Hitotsubashi University)

Networking Reception 18:30- Konoe Latin, Rakuyu-kaikan
Yoshidanihonmatsucho, Sakyo-ku, Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture
Tel: +81-75-753-7603 http://www.kyoto-u.ac.jp/ja/access/campus/yoshida/map6r_ys.html


January 27 (Sunday): KIER North Building N101-102

Session 2: Multinational Corporations and Integration Processes in North-East Asia 10:00-12:00
Chair: Keiji Natsume (Aichi Toho University)

Victor Gorshkov (Kaichi International University) gMultinationals from North East AsiahTomoyo Toyota (The University of Shimane)gInternational Cooperation for Su
stainable Action in Consumption and Productionh(tentative)Horinori Fushita (The Japan Institute of International Affairs) gChinese and Russian Initiatives for the Development of North-East Asiah (tentative)

Comments: Yutaka Konishi (Gifu University), Xuanli Xie (Peking University), Ichiro Iwasaki (Hitotsubashi University), Hiroaki Hayashi (Ritsumeikan University)

Lunch 12:00 – 13:30

Keynote Speeches: 13:30-15:30
Chair: Satoshi Mizobata (Kyoto University)

Xuanli Xie (National School of Development, Peking University) gProfitability or Growth? State Ownership and Cross-border M&A PerformancehDanDan Zhang (National School of Development, Peking University) gParental absence in childhood and migrantsf crime in China: an evidence from prisoner individual datah

Coffee break 15:30-15:50

Session 3: International Political Economy of Chinese and Russian Multinationals 15:50-17:20

Chair: Hironori Fushita (The Japan Institute of International Affairs)

Keiji Natsume (Aichi Toho University) gStruggles for supremacy by Multinationals between U.S. and China: In the case of High-Tech IndustryhYumiko Nakahara (Kyushu Sangyo University) gSkilled Migration to and from Taiwan in the 21st centuryh
Takuma Kobayashi (Matsuyama University) gChinese FDI: Focusing on the One Belt One Roadh

Comments: Victor Gorshkov (Kaichi International University), DanDan Zhang (Peking University), Takaaki Kanazawa (Wakayama University)

Wrap-Up Session gThe Future of Politicized Economic Systemsh 17:30-18:00

Chair: Satoshi Mizobata
Panelists and Discussants: Takuma Kobayashi, Kazuho Yokogawa, Xuanli Xie, Yulia Lezhnina, Keiji Natsume, Hironori Fushita, DanDan Zhang

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Conference Venue:
North Building N101-102 and N202, Kyoto Institute of Economic Research, Kyoto University (KIER), Sakyo, Yoshidahon-machi, Kyoto, Japan 6068501
http://www.kyoto-u.ac.jp/ja/access/campus/yoshida/map6r_ys.html

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