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The BRI Forum (online):Seminar on Sustainable Development, Sustainability and the Private Economy

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ATT: The Seminar (onsite/online) previously dated on Dec.11-12, has been simplified as an online short BRI Forum dated on Dec. 10, 2021. Due to the tough situation of Covid-19 containment

The BRI Forum (online)

 Seminar on Sustainable Development, Sustainability and the Private Economy

“一带一路”线上论坛:民营经济与可持续发展

Tencent Meeting ID514-954-058   VooV Meeting ID:  514-954-058

VooV Meeting Webpage: https://meeting.tencent.com/dm/KEtCV5a64TQO 

 

Time: 19:00-21:30 (Beijing Time), 12:00-15:30 (European Time), Dec.10, 2021

Organizer: Centre For Research of Private Economy (CRPE), Zhejiang Univ.;

School of Economics, Zhejiang University;

Ningbo Centre for Sci. & Tech. Innovation, ZJU

BRI RESEARCH ALLIANCE FOR INNOVATION & COOPERATION

 

Main aims of the Seminar:

As the world is continuously in the face of an irreversible crisis of the Covid-19 pandemic, we human-beings are increasingly aware of the needs for sustainable development, we need a harmonious relationship between man and nature, and the sustainability of production is extremely important for human lives. How to maintain a sustained production system and the sustainability of the society during this abnormal season, it has become a huge task for every country.

 

Thus, we have invited 5 keynote speakers from the member universities of BRI RESEARCH ALLIANCE FOR INNOVATION & COOPERATION, discussing the sustainable development, sustainability and the private economy, as we are in the face of the irreversible crisis of the Covid-19 pandemic.  

 

The major reports:

Great Reset under the Covid 19: Beyond Stagnant Japanese Economy

Prof. Satoshi Mizobata, Kyoto University, Japan;

 

Private enterprise, the role of the state and sustainability

Prof. Bruno Dallago, University of Trento, Italy;  

 

Response of private sector on Covid19 pandemic: the case of tourism industry in Russia

Prof. Andrei Yakovlev, State University, High School of Economics, Russia;  

 

The impact of Covid-19 on economic relations and the Spain-China image

Prof. Rubén C. Lois-Gonzalez, Juan M. Trillo-Santamarina, Univ. of Santiago, Spain

 

New insights on efficiency and problems of administrative carbon shadow prices

Prof. Dr. Andreas Löschel, David Schulze, Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany


Appendix

Member universities/institutes of BRI RESEARCH ALLIANCE FOR INNOVATION & COOPERATION

 

1. School of Economics, Zhejiang Univ., China

 

2. The Social Futuring Center of Corvinus University of Budapest, Hungary

 

3. Department of Geography and Research Group of Territorial Analysis,

Univ. of Santiago De Compostela, Spain

 

4. Division of Economics, Nanyang Technological Univ., Singapore

 

5. Institute of Economics, Kyoto Univ., Japan

 

6. State Univ. Higher School of Economics, St. Petersburg Business School, Russia

 

7. Ural Federal Univ., Russia

 

8. Dept. of Economics and Business Administration, Univ. of Trento, Italy

 

9. Institute for Asian and African Research, Humboldt University Berlin

 

10. Univ. of International Business, Kazakhstan

 

11. Centre for Entrepreneurship, Innovation und Transformation (CEIT),

Ruhr-University Bochum, Germany

 

12. Faculty of Arts and Sciences, The Central Asia University, Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan