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After three decades of transformation, China is at a critical juncture in its development and reform. To achieve the goal of balancing economic development, social justice and political stability, China will have to make strategic and structural adjustments to its development trajectory. As a result, many alternative development models and approaches have emerged, representing a major departure from the traditional and narrowly-defined “economic growth” model. The most noticeable development is an increasing emphasis on “society building” (“社会建设” in Chinese). Nevertheless, the new models have also raised more questions: What do China’s new development models mean? How many models are available for China to select for its development and reform in the coming decades? What are the advantages and disadvantages of each model? These questions will be addressed at the IFCCS5 conference.
Conference presentations will focus on four broad areas:
• China’s responses to world economic crises
• Environmental challenges, public participation & corporate social responsibility
• China’s social development, welfare system and social policies
• China’s soft power and international relations
Si Yuan CentreJubilee Campus
Nottingham, NG8 1BB
telephone: 44 (0) 115 846 6322
fax: 44 (0) 115 846 6324