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                                                                                                                2019年海外优秀学者授课项目
                                                                                                                Short Courses by Professors from Overseas
                                                                                                                (Year 2019)

                                                                                                                Spring Semester
                                                                                                                1. Topics in Factor Substitution and Economic Growth (经济学讲座12,ECON830063)
                                                                                                                Prof. Dr. Rainer Klump
                                                                                                                Chair of Economics, Economic Development and Integration
                                                                                                                Principal Investigator Cluster of Excellence ?The Formation of Normative Orders“
                                                                                                                Director, Wilhelm-Merton-Centre of European Integration and International Economic Order
                                                                                                                Vice Dean for International Affairs, Faculty of Economics and Business
                                                                                                                Goethe University Frankfurt / Main

                                                                                                                Teaching Schedule:
                                                                                                                9:55-12:30 March 20 Wednesday
                                                                                                                15:25-18:00 March 21 Thursday
                                                                                                                13:30-16:10 March 22 Friday
                                                                                                                9:55-12:30 March 25 Monday
                                                                                                                9:55-12:30 March 26 Tuesday
                                                                                                                9:55-12:30 March 27 Wednesday
                                                                                                                Classroom: H5405

                                                                                                                2. Historical, Global, and Environmental Perspectives on Chinese Economic Development (经济学讲座13,ECON830070)
                                                                                                                R. Bin Wong (王国斌), Distinguished Professor of History, UCLA
                                                                                                                http://www.history.ucla.edu/faculty/r-bin-wong

                                                                                                                Schedule:
                                                                                                                18:30-21:00 March 21 Thursday H6505
                                                                                                                18:30-21:00 March 25 Monday H6505
                                                                                                                13:30-18:00 March 26 Tuesday H6505
                                                                                                                18:30-21:00 March 27 Wednesday H6505
                                                                                                                13:30-17:05 March 28 Thursday HGX503

                                                                                                                教授简介:
                                                                                                                王国斌(R.Bin Wong),现为洛杉矶加州大学(UCLA)历史学杰出教授,曾任UCLA亚洲研究所所长。本科毕业于密歇根大学经济学系,后进入哈佛大学,师从著名历史学家费正清先生和孔飞力先生,在中国史与欧洲史均极有建树。2004年进入UCLA之前,王教授任加州大学欧文分校亚洲研究中心主任、历史与经济学讲座教授。王教授研究中国的政治、经济和社会变革模式,尤其自18世纪以来的情况。王教授的研究既着眼于亚洲地区环境,也注重与欧洲模式的比较。王国斌教授辗转于经济学和历史学之间,用历史学解读经济学,用欧洲史解读中国史,是崛起的“加州学派”之中坚。著有《转变中国:历史变化和欧洲经验之局限》等。他的著作中以《转变的中国:历史变迁及欧洲经验的局限》为最著名,该书译成几国语言出版。

                                                                                                                R. Bin Wong is Distinguished Professor of History and was Director of the Asia Institute at UCLA from 2004 through 2016. His research has examined Chinese patterns of political, economic and social change both within Asian regional contexts and compared with more familiar European patterns, as part of the larger scholarly efforts underway to make world history speak to contemporary conditions of globalization.

                                                                                                                He is author or editor of several books, including China Transformed: Historical Change and the Limits of European Experience (1997) and Before and Beyond Divergence: The Politics of Economic Change in China and Europe (2011), along with more than ninety articles published in North America, East Asia and Europe. Since 2009 he has been a Distinguished Guest Professor at the Fudan University Institute for Advanced Study in Social Sciences. He also serves on the International Advisory Board of the Consortium of Humanities Centers and Institutes and on the Berggruen Institute on Philosophy and Culture Academic Board.

                                                                                                                3. Why Did Industrial Revolution Not Happen in China First? (经济学讲座14,ECON830071)
                                                                                                                Debin Ma, Economic History Department, London School of Economics
                                                                                                                Teaching Schedule:
                                                                                                                18:30-21:00 April 21 Sunday (additional session) (Classroom: 6105)
                                                                                                                15:25-18:00 April 23 Tuesday
                                                                                                                15:25-18:00 April 25 Thursday
                                                                                                                13:30-16:10 April 26 Friday
                                                                                                                15:25-18:00 April 30 Tuesday
                                                                                                                15:25-18:00 May 2 Thursday
                                                                                                                13:30-16:10 May 3 Friday (cancelled)
                                                                                                                Classroom: H6409

                                                                                                                教授简介:
                                                                                                                Debin Ma is Associate Professor of the Department of Economic History at London School of Economics, with research affiliation to Australian National University, the University of Warwick. He is also Secretary General of International Economic History Association. He obtained his PhD in Economics from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and had taught in the United States, Japan and China. His research interest includes (1) long-term economic growth in East Asia; (2) international comparison of living standards, human capital and productivity; (3) institutions, legal traditions, long-run growth and global history; and (4) economics of the silk sector. He recently worked with Loren Brandt and Thomas G. Rawski and published a journal paper ‘From Divergence to Convergence: Re-evaluating the History behind China’s Economic Boom’ on the Journal of Economic Literature.

                                                                                                                4. Audit Overview  (经济学讲座15,ECON830072)
                                                                                                                Dr. Piotr Staszkiewicz
                                                                                                                WARSAW SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS POLAND
                                                                                                                INSTITUE OF CORPORATE FINANCE AND INVESTMENTS
                                                                                                                ADJUNCT, CHARTRED ACCOUNTANT

                                                                                                                Schedule:
                                                                                                                13:30-16:00 April 19 Friday
                                                                                                                9:55-12:30 April 22 Monday
                                                                                                                18:30-21:00 April 23 Tuesday
                                                                                                                8:55-11:35 April 24 Wednesday (additional session) (Classroom: 510 of SOE)
                                                                                                                18:30-21:00 April 25 Thursday
                                                                                                                9:55-12:30 April 29 Monday
                                                                                                                18:30-21:00 May 2 Thursday (cancelled)
                                                                                                                Classroom: H5405

                                                                                                                请有兴趣做TA的同学电邮econ@fudan.edu.cn进行申请,谢谢。