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Economic Dynamism in the Sinospheres and Anglospheres: Identities, Integration and Competition
 
 

 

Joint CAS-CEFC-CERVEPAS Workshop cum The Fourth Chinese Business History Forum on "Economic Dynamism in the Sinospheres and Anglospheres: Identities, Integration and Competition"

Colloque organisé les 18 et 19 septembre 2008 Centre of Asian Studies, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong (programme format PDF) (programme cover)

Colloque international organisé à Hong Kong les 18 et 19 septembre 2008 par le CERVEPAS, Université Sorbonne nouvelle - Paris III et le Centre of Asian Studies, University of Hong Kong

Pour les actes du colloque, voir le lien suivant: http://www0.hku.hk/cas/img/publications/a_monographs/161_economic_dynamism_in-the_sinospheres_and_anglospheres.pdf

 

Jeudi 18 septembre 2008

SESSION 1 : Chinese Business Forum: New Perspectives on Chinese Family Business I

Professor Kao Cheng-shu & Dr. Clare, Ho Tsaiman
"The Era of Professionalism and the Family Business: The Story of the Koos Group"

Dr. Chung Wai-keung
"The Historical Interaction between Family Business and Corporate Forms in Modern China: A Historical Sociology Analysis"

SESSION 2 : Chinese Business Forum: New Perspectives on Chinese Family Business II

Dr. Victor Zheng & Professor Wong Siu-lun
"The Mystery of Capital: A Brief Analysis on Ho Tung’s Multi-layer Social Network"

Dr. Régine Hollander (Université Panthéon Assas – Paris II)
"The Role of Ethnic Enclaves in Ethnic Entrepreneurship: The Example of New York City’s Chinatowns"

SESSION 3

Dr. Olivier de Gromard
"Anglospheres and Sinospheres: Facts and Figures"

Professor Martine Azuelos
"Britain and the United States as Drivers of Globalisation"

Dr. Yin-wah Chu
"Deconstructing the Global City: Unravelling the Linkages that Underlie Hong Kong’s World City Status"

SESSION 4

Discussion Round Up

 

Vendredi 19 septembre 2008

SESSION 5

Dr. Bernard Offerlé
"Innovation and the Economy: How Best to Measure the UK’s Performance?"

Dr. Maggie Leung
"Re-charting the 'Sinosphere' and 'Eurosphere': A Study of Chinese Migrant Entrepreneurs as Agencies in Shaping 'Chineseness' and 'Europeanness'"

Dr. Catherine Coron
"The Economic Impact of Chinese Students’ Circular Migration in the UK"