GECEM Workshop: Quantitative Economic History and Open Science in China and Europe

2:00–5:30 pm
The University of Chicago Center in Beijing
Culture Plaza 20th Floor, No. 59A Zhongguancun Street, Haidian District, Beijing 

Nov.
21

November 21

14:00 - 14:15 Opening Remarks
Prof. Manuel Perez Garcia (ERC-GECEM P.I. / Renmin University of China)

14:15-14:40 Keynote Speech
Dr. Laurent Bochereau (Minister of Counsellor, Head of Science, Technology and Environment Section, Delegation for the European Union to China and Mongolia)

14:40 - 15:40
Panel 1, How to make Quantitative Research in China and Europ
e
Chair: Nakamura Bauwens, Hitomi, (Nanzan University)
• Ni Yuping (Tsinghua University): Long Performance of Customs Duties in Qing China, ca 1644 – 1911
• Wallis, Patrick (London School of Economics): From Genealogy to History: New Evidence on Structural Change and Commercialization in Britain, 1550-1800
• Pérez García, Manuel (ERC-GECEM P.I. / Renmin University of China): New Cases of Comparisons between China
• Bauwens, Fabian (Renmin University of China): Measuring the Chinese-ness of the EU-China FTA Regime
Q&A

16:00-16:20: Coffee/ tea break

16:30-17:00
Panel 2, Fostering Scientific Mobility between China and Europe

Strelcova, Andrea (Chief Representative of Euraxess China): EURAXESS: Gateway to European Funding & Sino-European Research Networks

Q&A

17:00-17:30
Panel 3, Publications and Open Science: Editor Views

Sara Crowley-Vigneau (Editor in Chief of Palgrave-Macmillan in Asia-Pacific Region)
Launch of New Series “Palgrave Studies in Comparative Global History’ and Book presentation ‘China-Latin America Economic Relations’, co-edited by Manuel Perez

Contact to Register:
Marisol Vidales (ERC-GECEM, Project Manager)
Contact@globalhistorynetwork.com