20th Conference of CEDIMES "Development Models of Emerging Countries: Characteristics, Scope and Challenges"
The objective of this conference is to examine the characteristics of different development models used by emerging countries in order to identify their significance for other developing countries and also for other global players. It is also important to identify the challenges that these countries face as part of their development in the 21st century. The major themes of the conference are as follows: - Characteristics of the development models of emerging countries: characteristics, similarities and differences; - Participation of the emerging countries in the new international division of labor: experience and lessons; - Characteristics of the emerging country multinationals; - Management of R & D and innovation capacity in emerging countries; - Challenges of higher education in emerging countries; - Development of entrepreneurship in emerging countries: characteristics and impacts; - Challenges of governance in emerging countries; - Environmental responsibility in developing countries: the danger of "sub-sustainable development"? - "Soft Power" of emerging countries in the world; - Scope of the "Peking Consensus"; - Scope of the emerging country development models for other developing countries; - Cooperation between emerging countries and other developing countries; - Presence of China in Africa: a win-win, win-lose or lose-lose relationship? - Western countries in face of the rise of emerging countries; - Western country firms in emerging country markets; - Impact of global economic crisis on emerging countries; - Towards a new international economic and political structure?
|Event dates:||2010-11-08 – 2010-11-10|
|Deadline Call for Papers:||2010-05-31|
|Organizer:||Université Laval, Canada CEDIMES Institute - Centre d'Etudes sur le Développement International et les Mouvements Economiques et Sociaux, Paris|
Stephen A. Jarislowsky (email@example.com) Tel. : 1 418 656 2085 or 1 418 656 2131 extension 7064 Fax : 1 418 656 2624
|Classification:||O1 - Economic Development ; O2 - Development Planning and Policy|
|Event type:||Konferenzen, Tagungen; Conferences|