【征文启事 】“市场化转型中的产业革新:来自中国的经验”学术工作坊

发布者:系统管理员发布时间:2022-03-06浏览次数:10

工作坊介绍


复旦大学中华文明国际研究中心(ICSCC)与维也纳大学转型史研究中心(RECET)、华东师范大学社会主义历史与文献研究院拟联合开展国际产业改革史的研究课题。课题特别关注国际范围内大小型公司及其劳工状况的转型。本研究是一项跨学科、多国参与的长期项目的一部分,旨在比较原计划经济中的各种国有产业及其在市场化过程中的转型。课题关注的兴趣点主要在考察中国工业和企业(包括国有企业和私营企业)在中国的开放和改革中所扮演的角色。


课题主要感兴趣的行业和企业包括但不限于:钢铁行业、民用造船业,以及其他通过市场化改革或私有化实现转型的大型国有企业。本项目将在以下背景下研究这些行业和企业的转型:A:中国的市场化改革,由改革开放以来支持市场化的经济学家推动;B:支持或者抵制市场的社会、文化和政治制度。


基于本课题对社会、经济和文化方面的关注,本次工作坊诚挚欢迎来自人文社会科学各学科的学者贡献自己的独特见解,包括但不限于:历史学、经济学、管理学、文化研究和社会学。本次工作坊预计将于4月中下旬在线上举行,具体细节待定。我们欢迎来自三家合作机构以及上海地区其他大学的学者,作为演讲者、或作为讨论组的一员参加此次工作坊。

  

工作坊主要研究领域包括:

1、不同经济学学派和改革观点的辩论,包括中国经济学家和改革者如何从西方和前社会主义国家汲取经验教训。

2、自下而上转型的劳资关系,特别是本土创新和日常生活转型如何激发更大的市场转型。

3、移民与跨国主义现象,人员、技术和思想的内部和全球流动如何塑造现代中国工业。

4、文化转型,尤其是中国商业和工业的实践如何受到传统和后来输入的西方商业文化的影响。

  

本次工作坊的工作语言为英语。参与工作坊不要求提交研究论文全文。如果您有兴趣发表演讲,请将您的姓名、所属学术机构、职务或学位以及 300 字左右的英文摘要发送给我们。如果您有兴趣,但还没有具体的研究计划,希望作为讨论组的一员参加,请务必将您的姓名和所属学术机构信息发给我们,以进行注册。报名截止日期为 2022 年 3 月 31 日。


  工作坊联系人是:

彭晟(Sheng Peng):sheng.peng@univie.ac.at

请将报名邮件同时抄送给:icscc@fudan.edu.cn

通过未来的研究和合作,我们的目标是出版论文集、独立的同行评议论文,以及其他形式的产品,比如公众展览和纪录片。本次工作坊也旨在加强维也纳大学与复旦大学等中国合作大学之间的学术联系。

  


主办方介绍


维也纳大学转型史研究中心 (RECET) 是一所高等学术研究机构,中心以冷战为研究起点,思考和比较各种社会、经济和文化在欧洲和世界其他地区的转换。我们的转型概念受到卡尔·波兰尼的启发,并着眼于更广泛的转型视角,强调与社会学、经济学、文化和社会人类学的跨学科联系。中心非常注重比较领域研究,特别是比较商业和劳工历史,并正在扩大我们在东亚地区及该地区与西方国家共同转型的研究兴趣。

网站: https://www.recet.at/

  

复旦大学中华文明国际研究中心(ICSCC)成立于2012年。中心是以复旦大学人文学科为基础搭建的学术平台,旨在依托复旦资源,推进国内外学术界对中华文明、以及各类中外比较主题的研究。中心希望依托访问学者项目建立一整套合作研究和学术对话机制,为中华文明研究的国际化筑造平台。

网站:https://icscc.fudan.edu.cn/

  

华东师范大学社会主义历史与文献研究院成立于2020年。是中国国内高校首家跨学科高端社会主义历史和文献的研究机构。


工作坊召集人

Phillipp Ther(维也纳大学)、章可(复旦大学)、姚昱(华东师范大学)

  

工作坊组织者

林超超(复旦大学)、彭晟(维也纳大学)、Barbara Good(维也纳大学)、徐涛(华东师范大学)


“Industry Reform During Market Transition: Lessons from China” Fudan University-Vienna University Joint Business and Labour History Workshop

Call for Applications

Time: Mid-Late April 2022

  

Workshop Introduction


The International Center for Studies of Chinese Civilization (ICSCC) at Fudan University is now launching a new joint research program with the Research Center for the History of Transformations (RECET) at Vienna University and the Academy of Socialist History and Documentation at East China Normal University, on the international history of industry reforms. Specifically, on the Transformation of companies and their workforce. This study is a part of a multi-disciplinary, multi-national, and long-term project to compare a variety of state-owned industries in former planned economies and their transformation during marketization. In this joint project, we are specifically interested in understanding the roles of Chinese industry and businesses – both state-owned and private – in China’s opening and reform.


The industries and businesses this project is interested in include, but are not limited to: steel industry, civilian shipbuilding, as well as other large state-owned enterprises that have transformed themselves either through marketization reforms or privatization. This project is interested in studying those industries’ and businesses’ transformation within the context of A: China’s marketization reform, as promoted by pro-market economists since the opening and reform period and B: The Social, Cultural, and Political Institutions that either sustained or resisted the development of this market.


Due to the social, economic, and cultural focus of this project, the workshop welcomes scholars from all academic disciplines to contribute their unique insights, including but not limited to: history, economics, business, cultural studies, and sociology. This workshop will be held online in mid-to-late April pending the decision from the organizers. We sincerely welcome scholars from both partner universities, as well as from other sister universities in the larger Shanghai metropolitan region to participate, either as presenters or as a part of the discussion group.


  The key research areas include:

-  The debate of different Economic schools of thought and Reform Politics, including how Chinese economists and political reformers draw lessons from the west and former socialist countries.

-  Labour Relations and Transformation from below, especially how local innovations and everyday-life transformations have inspired larger market transformation

-   Migration and Transnationalism: how internal and global movement of people, technology, and ideas have shaped modern Chinese industry

-   Cultural Transformations and especially how Chinese business and industry practices are influenced by traditional and imported western business culture


Submitting a research paper is not a requirement for participation. If you are interested in presenting at the workshop, please send us your name, academic degree, current academic affiliation, and a short 300-word abstract. If you do not have a concrete project yet and wish to participate as a part of the discussion group, please do send us your name and affiliation to register. The deadline to register is March 31, 2022. Our contact persons are:

Dr. Sheng Peng: sheng.peng@univie.ac.at

Please copy the application email to icscc@fudan.edu.cn

  

Through future research and collaborations, we wish to publish an edited volume, several individual peer-reviewed papers, as well as other formats of intellectual products such as exhibitions and documentaries. We also hope this workshop will lead to a collaborative joint conference between Vienna University and our Chinese partner universities on the boarder theme of Comparative History.

  

Main Organizers:

Professor Zhang Ke, (International Center for Studies of Chinese Civilization, Fudan University, Shanghai). Professor Phillipp Ther: (Director, Research Center for the History of Transformations, Vienna University, Vienna). Professor Yao Yu: (Professor, the Academy of Socialist History and Documentation/ Department of History, East China Normal University, Shanghai)


Co-Organizers:

Professor Lin Chaochao, (History Faculty, Fudan University), Dr. Sheng Peng (RECET, Vienna University), Dr. Barbara Good (International Office, Vienna University), Mr. Xu Tao, (PhD Candidate, ECNU)

  


Introduction to the Organizers


Officially established in 2012, the International Center for Studies of Chinese Civilization (ICSCC) at Fudan University is a platform for research in the advancement of new approaches to studies on Chinese civilization and cross-cultural exchange among global academic community. Supported by Fudan’s strength in the humanities, ICSCC strives to create a resident research community to engage in research projects concerning Chinese civilization. Through on-campus lectures, small-scale workshops, and publishing opportunities, ICSCC will constitute a comprehensive and multilevel system of exchange between visiting and local scholars.

Website: http://icscc.fudan.edu.cn

  

Research Center for the History of Transformations (RECET)  at Vienna University is an institute for advanced research that takes the end of the Cold War as a starting point to think and compare a variety of social, economic, and cultural transformations in Europe and the rest of the world. Our concept of transformation is inspired by Karl Polanyi and looks at a broader perspective of transformation with emphasis on the interdisciplinary connections to sociology, economics, and cultural, and social anthropology. RECET has a strong focus on Comparative area studies. especially comparative business and labour history and is expanding our research interests in East Asia and this region’s co-transformation with Western countries.

Website: https://www.recet.at/