Tuesday, June 26, 2018

Sustainable Financial Management of Local Capital Markets

Professor Heidi Smith from Iberoamericana University in Mexico  City was invited to discuss[Published]:2018-06-19 [Views]:32 Translated from here: http://sg.cufe.edu.cn/info/1037/4675.htm
 On the afternoon of June 7, Prof. Heidi Smith, Director of the International Public Policy Program of the University of Iberoamericana in Mexico, was invited to visit our institute for academic exchanges and organized a topic entitled “Sustainable Financial Management of Local Capital Markets”. "The Cross-Country Comparison of China, Mexico, South Korea and the United States": An Academic Discussion.

The seminar attracted faculty teachers, graduate students and undergraduates to participate. Professor Smith's report aims to analyze the determinants of local debt levels and fiscal sustainability. First, the report uses China, Mexico, South Korea, and the United States as examples to discuss the characteristics of the management structure of different countries, the debt management of local governments, and the debt structure.  

Second, an empirical analysis based on data from the management structure of the case country, financial capacity, and political and economic factors shows that the central government has established clear rules for inter-governmental transfer payments and strengthened market liberalization policies can enhance the fiscal sustainability of local governments. 

The higher the local government’s fiscal capacity, the less transfer payments between governments means that the more complete the management of debt. Finally, combining empirical analysis results, Professor Smith proposed a series of policy recommendations for developing countries to establish a sound local capital market. In the discussion session, Professor Smith answered all questions raised by the teachers and classmates in detail and further explored the motives, methods, processes, and conclusions of his research.

The seminar was supported by the International Intelligence Division of the University of Science and Technology of China. It is one of the project activities of the “International Experience of Fiscal Decentralization of Local Governments” (Project Number: HZKY20180036). The seminar was chaired by Prof. Liu Liguang, Department of Resources and Environmental Management of the Institute, who was responsible for the project.

Cultivate Social Fairness Competitiveness - Public Budget and Financial Countermeasures

Our Institute successfully held the "Cultivate Social Fairness Competitiveness - Public Budget and Financial Countermeasures" Academic Lecture

[Published]:2018-06-19 [Views]:17 Translated from here http://sg.cufe.edu.cn/info/1037/4676.htm

On the afternoon of June 11th, our college successfully held an academic lecture “Cultivate Social Fairness and Competitiveness—Public Budget and Financial Countermeasures” in the 407th classroom of the Bishop’s Building on the Shahe Campus.

The lecture was one of the activities invited by the Central University of Finance and Economics to cooperate with overseas academic partners in the exchange and introduction of intellectual projects (project number: HZKY20180036). Associate Professor Liu Liguang
of the College of Resources and Environmental Management was honored to be invited to the Director of Public Policy Program of the University of Iberoamericana in Mexico. Prof. Heidi smith came to our school to hold a public lecture. The main content of this lecture is "how to ensure social fairness through government budget decision-making". All graduate students of the 2017 College of Management major participated in this event. The lecture was chaired by the project leader and Associate Professor Liu Liguang.

Professor Smith introduced social equity in public finances through case discussions. She explained the meaning of social equity in a simple and easy way and emphasized the impact of government budget and financial decisions on social equity. By analyzing the six elements that need to be considered in public budgets and financial management decisions involving social equity, it is pointed out that social equity does not mean social average, and social equity in financial budgets does not mean the equalization of fiscal budgets, but the consideration of related projects. Efficiency and effectiveness. In the Q&A session, Professor Smith answered questions and doubts about the local government finances of the students, and exchanged ideas with classmates on issues such as selection of master's thesis, professional development direction, and higher education in Mexico.

Monday, June 25, 2018

Whoever You Are Holding Me Now in Hand

Whoever You Are Holding Me Now in Hand 
Walt Whitman

Whoever you are holding me now in hand,
Without one thing all will be useless,
I give you fair warning before you attempt me further,
I am not what you supposed, but far different.

Who is he that would become my follower?
Who would sign himself a candidate for my affections?

The way is suspicious, the result uncertain, perhaps destructive,
You would have to give up all else, I alone would expect to be your
sole and exclusive standard,
Your novitiate would even then be long and exhausting,
The whole past theory of your life and all conformity to the lives
around you would have to be abandon'd,
Therefore release me now before troubling yourself any further, let
go your hand from my shoulders,
Put me down and depart on your way.

Or else by stealth in some wood for trial,
Or back of a rock in the open air,
(For in any roof'd room of a house I emerge not, nor in company,
And in libraries I lie as one dumb, a gawk, or unborn, or dead,)
But just possibly with you on a high hill, first watching lest any
person for miles around approach unawares,
Or possibly with you sailing at sea, or on the beach of the sea or
some quiet island,
Here to put your lips upon mine I permit you,
With the comrade's long-dwelling kiss or the new husband's kiss,
For I am the new husband and I am the comrade.

Or if you will, thrusting me beneath your clothing,
Where I may feel the throbs of your heart or rest upon your hip,
Carry me when you go forth over land or sea;
For thus merely touching you is enough, is best,
And thus touching you would I silently sleep and be carried eternally.

But these leaves conning you con at peril,
For these leaves and me you will not understand,
They will elude you at first and still more afterward, I will
certainly elude you.
Even while you should think you had unquestionably caught me, behold!
Already you see I have escaped from you.

For it is not for what I have put into it that I have written this book,
Nor is it by reading it you will acquire it,
Nor do those know me best who admire me and vauntingly praise me,
Nor will the candidates for my love (unless at most a very few)
prove victorious,
Nor will my poems do good only, they will do just as much evil,
perhaps more,
For all is useless without that which you may guess at many times
and not hit, that which I hinted at;
Therefore release me and depart on your way [or love me forever]. 

Posted by heydee to myfavpoems at 2/11/2006 08:14:00 PM

Thursday, June 21, 2018

2018 International Symposium on Global Economy and Sustainable Development

2018 International Symposium on Global Economy and Sustainable Development at The Central University of Finance and Economics, Beijing China http://en.cufe.edu.cn/

[Published]:2018-06-15 [Source]:Scientific Research Office [Number of visits]: 453 Translated from here: http://news.cufe.edu.cn/jdxw/101358.htm  

On June 12th, the 2018 International Symposium on Global Economy and Sustainable Development hosted by the School's Global Economic and Sustainable Development Research Center (GESD), co-organized by the Research Office and the International Cooperation Office and the Inter-school Global Economic and Sustainability Research Collaborative The (URNGES) meeting was held at China Finance Building.

Nearly 30 participants from China, India, Thailand, France, Britain, Denmark, Germany, Sweden, Mexico, the United States, and Canada attended the meeting. The delegates held a lively academic exchange centering on the theme of “The Opportunities and Challenges of the Global Economy and Sustainable Development in the 21st Century” and combined with the issues of sustainable development theories and practices, and discussed the working methods of the cooperative body in the future.Prof. Li Tao, Principal of our school, and Zhang Xiaoyan, Director of the International Cooperation Department, respectively gave welcome remarks. Prof. Li Guijun, Director of the Center for Research on the Global Economy and Sustainable Development (GESD) and Research Department of the Central University of Finance and Economics, presided over the opening ceremony. Prof. Michael Nobel, Chairman of the Nobel Sustainability Trust Fund, and Dr. Negash Kumar, Director of the Social Development Department of the United Nations Asia-Pacific Economic and Social Affairs Commission (ESCAP) delivered keynote speeches on the importance of sustainability issues and the challenges of social development in the Asia Pacific region.

Prof. Li Tao, Principal Assistant, WelcomesIn the group presentation, representatives from various countries shared their major findings in the study of sustainable development issues and proposed suggestions for the current challenges. Associate Professor Liu Liguang, Director of the Center for Global Economics and Sustainable Development, presented the main activities and plans for the Center's participation in international research cooperation. Prof. Li Guijun, the director of the Center, and Professor Bhumika Gupta, the foreign coordinator, presided over the meeting. The participants discussed the future activities of the inter-school global economic and sustainability research collaboration and made suggestions.

Participants report On June 13th, Prof. Zhang Xiaoyan, Director of the International Cooperation Department, and some representatives from foreign institutions participated in further exchanges on future cooperation intentions.

The Center for Global Economics and Sustainable Development of the Central University of Finance and Economics was established in September 2017 as a research institute at the university level. The center aims to conduct targeted academic research based on the challenges and realities of China's sustainable development, and aims at the frontier of global sustainable development research and practice, and establishes scholarships and academic institutions in the field of economic and sustainable development. The stable cooperation research network.

Wednesday, May 23, 2018

Registro de Revistas sobre Administración Pública, Gestión y Política Pública en Latinoamérica

Aqui esta un Registro de revistas que trabaja los temas de administración pública, gestión y política pública en Latinoamérica .  Falta entrar si están en Scopus o la Journal Citation Reports (JCR) o tienen impacto por Google, etc.  Algunos están en la redalyc pero no todos. Como todos sabemos que  JCR cuenta con todos las revistas en los EEUU y mundo (JPART and PAR siendo los más fuertes en nuestra tema en inglés) pero las revistas en español son menos difundidos. Creemos si publicamos esta registro nos ayuda en trasladar información publicado en diferentes partes del hemisferio para avanzar ideas y conceptos de la teoría.
Revista administración y desarrollo Escuela Superior de Administración Pública (ESAP) Colombia

Convergencia. Revista de Ciencias Sociales, Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México,

Encrucijada Revista Electrónica del Centro de Estudios en Administración Pública (UNAM)

Journal of public governance and policy (CUCEA) Guadalajara, Mexico

Gestión y Política Publica, Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económicas, A.C., (CIDE) Mexico

Política y Gobierno, Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económicas, A.C., (CIDE) Mexico

La Revista Mexicana de Ciencias Políticas y Sociales (RMCPyS)- UNAM, Mexico

Revista de Administración Pública  INAP, Mexico

Gobernar (Universidad de Birmingham, State University of New York-USA and at EAFIT University in Medellin-Colombia)

La Revista Iberoamericana de Estudios Municipales pertenece al Instituto Chileno de Estudios Municipales de la Universidad Autónoma de Chile, ICHEM- Institución Chilenos de Estudios Municipales)

La Revista Administración Pública y Sociedad (APyS) Universidad Nacional de Córdoba (UNC)

Revista Puntos de Política Pública (Universidad Nacional del Litoral de Argentina )

Reforma y Democracia (CLAD)  Venezuela

La Revista Estudios de Políticas Públicas, U de Chile

Revista de la Red de Expertos Iberoamericanos en Gestión Pública, Fundación CEDDETMadrid, SpainPrograma "Redes de Expertos" de la Fundación CEDDET

Revista Hacienda Pública Española /Review of Public Economics (HPE/RPE).

Buen Gobierno (Revista de Administración Pública, Universidad de Puerto Rico).

Sobre México Revista de Economía

Revista Mexicana de Análisis Político y Administración Pública

Sustainable Financial Management of Local Capital Markets

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