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International Conference of HEI State Capitalism in the New Global Political Economy Preliminary Program 1 Thursday, November 21, 2013 Atrium Pierre H. Lessard, Pavillon Palasis Prince Université Laval
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International Conference of HEI State Capitalism in the New Global Political Economy Preliminary Program 1 Thursday, November 21, 2013 Atrium Pierre H. Lessard, Pavillon Palasis Prince Université Laval 4:00 5:00 p.m. Registration 5:00 7:00 p.m. Welcome Cocktail Atrium Pierre H. Lessard, Pavillon Palasis Prince Friday, November 22, 2013 Pavillon Palasis Prince Université Laval 8:00 8:50 a.m. Registration 8:50 9:10 a.m. Welcoming Speech Théâtre de la cité universitaire, Pavillon Palasis Prince Welcome note by Dr. Zhan Su, President, scientific and organizing committee, and Director, Stephen A. Jarislowsky Chair in International Business, Faculty of Business Administration, Université Laval (FSA ULaval), Canada Welcome note by Dr. Louis Bélanger, Director, HEI, Université Laval Welcome note by Dr. Michel Gendron, Dean, FSA ULaval Welcome note by Dr. Denis Brière, Rector, Université Laval 9:10 9:30 a.m. Opening Speech Théâtre de la cité universitaire, Pavillon Palasis Prince Chair: Dr. Michel Gendron, Dean, Representative of the government 9:30 10:40 a.m. Keynote Speech 1 Théâtre de la cité universitaire, Pavillon Palasis Prince Chair: Dr. Louis Bélanger, Director, HEI, Université Laval, Canada 1. Simultaneous translation will be available only on Friday, November 22, Myths and Reality of State Capitalism Professor Jeffry Frieden Department of Government, Harvard University, USA 10:40 11:00 a.m. Coffee Break Atrium Pierre H. Lessard, Pavillon Palasis Prince 11:00 a.m. 12:10 p.m. Keynote Speech 2 Théâtre de la cité universitaire, Pavillon Palasis Prince Chair: Dr. Zhan Su, Director, Stephen A Jarislowsky Chair in International Business, FSA ULaval, Université Laval, Canada Capitalisme d État versus capitalisme libéral : quel modèle pour le capitalisme du XXIe siècle? Hon. Pierre S. Pettigrew Executive Advisor, International Affairs, Deloitte, President of the Board of HEI, and Former Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Trade, Canada 12:10 1:30 p.m. Lunch Break Terrasse FIÉSA, Pavillon Palasis Prince 1:30 3:00 p.m. Keynote Speech 3 Théâtre de la cité universitaire, Pavillon Palasis Prince Chair: Dr. James Douglas Thwaites, Faculty of Social Sciences, Université Laval, Canada State Capitalism and Their Implications on Economic Performance Professor Aldo Musacchio Harvard Business School, USA Professor Sergio Lazzarini Insper Institute of Education and Research, Brazil 3:00 3:20 p.m. Coffee Break Atrium Pierre H. Lessard, Pavillon Palasis Prince 3:20 4:50 p.m. Special Session 1: Canada Facing to the Foreign State Owned Enterprises: Strategic Issues and Challenges Théâtre de la cité universitaire, Pavillon Palasis Prince Chair: Dr. Howard Lin, Chair, AIB Canada Chapter, Ryerson University, Canada Dr. Allan Conway, Dean, School of Business, University of Windsor, Canada Dr. Mike Henry, Associate Dean, School of Business, MacEwan University, Canada Representative of a Canadian company (to be confirmed) 2 Saturday, 23 November, 2013 Pavillon Palasis Prince Université Laval 9:00 10:30 a.m. Session 2.1: State Capitalism vs. Liberal Capitalism Room 1307, Pavillon Palasis Prince Chair: Dr. Vladimir Popov, University of Greenwich, United Kingdom The Rise of the State Capitalism as a Reaction to Financial globalization Richard W. Carney Australian National University, Australia The Rise of Large Emerging Economies: A State Capitalism Consensus Replacing the Washington Consensus? Andreas Nölke Tobias ten Brink Simone Claar Christian May Institut für Politikwissenschaft, Johann Wolfgang Goethe Universität, Germany Government's Role in the Economy: USA Germany Japan China Pawel Dobrzanski University of Wroclaw, Poland Economic Reform and Legacies of Privatization of State owned Enterprises in Africa Stephen M. Magu Graduate Program in International Studies, Old Dominion University, USA 9:00 10:30 a.m. Session 2.2: Questionnement sur le capitalisme d État Room 1317, Pavillon Palasis Prince Chair: Dr. Claude Albagli, Institut CEDIMES, France Questions sur le capitalisme d État : le point de vue d un socioéconomiste territorial Claude Broudo CEDITER, Faculté d Administration et Échanges Internationaux, Université de Paris Est (UPEC), France Modèle économique des pays émergents : une évaluation théorique et empirique des pays émergents de l Asie Francis Koutouzi FSEGA, Université de Douala, Cameroun 3 Changement structurel de l État capitaliste du Sud, adaptation stratégique ou nihilisme immanent de la mondialisation Louicius Michel School of Business, Canadian University College, Canada Assion Lawson Body School of Business, University of North Dakota, USA Les débats autour du capitalisme d État asiatique et ses conséquences Zhan Su Hortense Reymond Chaire Stephen A. Jarislowsky en gestion des affaires internationales, Albert Su Marie Hélène Regnière University of International Business and Economics, China 9:00 10:30 a.m. Session 2.3: State Capitalism and Emerging Countries Room 1325, Pavillon Palasis Prince Chair: Dr. Xinbo Sun, Associate Dean, School of Business Administration, Northeastern University, China Democracy or State Control? The Road Ahead for CEE Economies: Hungary in Focus Gabriella Lewis Philip G. Benson Department of Management, New Mexico State University, USA Institution Fitness, Foreign Direct Investment and Economic Growth in Rwanda Etienne Musonera Mercer University, USA Egide Karuranga Some Observations about State Capitalism in Vietnam Thai An Nguyen French Institute in Vietnam Branch in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam Indian Economy vs. the Successful State Capitalism of Singapore: Comparing the Economic System of Two Potential Allies Manjira Dasgupta Faculty of Commerce, University of Baroda, India 4 9:00 10:30 a.m. Session 2.4: Rôle de l État dans le développement économique des pays africains Room 2307, Pavillon Palasis Prince Chair : Dr. Samira Kria Chaker, HEC Carthage, Tunisie Du capitalisme d État au capitalisme privé : le cas du Mali Boubacary Amadou Cisse Université des sciences sociales et de gestion de Bamako, Mali La stratégie de développement du secteur privé dans les pays en voie de développement : exemple du Niger Fatimatou Bizo Institut de Technologie, Université de Tahoua, Niger Dépenses publiques et croissance économique : l expérience algérienne Hafisa Necib École supérieure de commerce d Alger, Algérie Ahmed Zakane École nationale supérieure de statistique et d économie appliquée, Algérie Les rôles des institutions dans la politique industrielle des pays africains Alexis Abodohoui 9:00 10:30 a.m. Session 2.5: Foreign Direct Investments and Strategic Issues Room 2317, Pavillon Palasis Prince Chair: Dr. Regis Bismuth, Université de Poitiers et Centre d études sur la coopération juridique international (CECOJI), France A Level Playing Field? On the International Expansion of State Owned Enterprises Dipinder S. Randhawa School of Business, SIM University, Singapore The Paradox of a Sovereign Wealth Fund in a Post Developmental State: The Case of Korea Investment Corporation Youngwon Cho Department of Political Science, St. Francis Xavier University, Canada An Analysis of the Characteristics and Strategies of New Multinational Companies from Emerging Economies Hamid Yeganeh Winona State University, USA 5 Mode of Extraction: Technology Transfer, Spillovers and FDI Policy Nahom Tesfay Algérie VU University Amsterdam, Holland Evgenia Motchenkovay VU University Amsterdam TI and TILEC, Holland 9:00 10:30 a.m. Session 2.6 : Politiques publiques et développement de la compétitivité des entreprises canadiennes (Stephen A. Jarislowsky Chair in International Business panel) Room 2327, Pavillon Palasis Prince Chair : Dr. Égide Karuranga, L État en tant que facilitateur de la ré industrialisation du secteur manufacturier Marian Matei Politique publique d immigration au Canada : enjeux, défis et intégration des travailleurs hautement qualifiés Marianne Ivers Les alliances de coopétition entre PME en renfort des économies nationales une réponse organisée dans la mondialisation Jérôme Côté Global Value Chain and Canadian Manufacturing SMEs: A Post Crisis Analysis Muhammad Mohiuddin 10:30 10:50 a.m. Coffee Break Atrium Pierre H. Lessard, Pavillon Palasis Prince 10:50 a.m. noon Keynote Speech 4 Room 0610, Pavillon Palasis Prince Chair: Dr. Howard Lin, Chair, AIB Canada Chapter, Ryerson University, Canada The Changing Regulatory Framework for FDI: SOEs and Government Policy Dr. Karl Sauvant Vale Columbia Center on Sustainable International Investment, Columbia University, USA 6 Noon 1:20 p.m. Lunch Break Terrasse FIÉSA, Pavillon Palasis Prince 1:20 2:50 p.m. Session 2.7 : Émergence de la Chine : enjeux et impacts Room 1307, Pavillon Palasis Prince Chair : Dr. Elie Chrysostome, State University of New York Plattsburgh, USA Le cheminement international chinois Claude Albagli Institut CEDIMES, France Stratégies du développement international des entreprises étatiques chinoises Yucheng Wang HEI, Université Laval, Canada Les investissements des entreprises étatiques chinoises en Afrique et les impacts réels sur l économie africaine Jean Marie Cishanayo China Africa Program at UNITAR/CIFAL Shanghai International Training Center, China Marché vs État : les déterminants de la croissance économique de la Chine depuis 1978 Zhan Su Chaire Stephen A. Jarislowsky en gestion des affaires internationales, 1:20 2:50 p.m. Session 2.8: Strategies, Behaviour and Performance of Stateowned Enterprises Room 1317, Pavillon Palasis Prince Chair: Dr. Alexandr Dagaev, National Research University, Higher School of Economics, Russia Whither State owned Industry? State owned Firms in Postsocialist Central and Eastern Europe Besnik Pula Department of Sociology, Princeton University, USA Manager Commitment and Organisational Performance in SOEs in South Africa Eresia Eke Department of Business Management, University of Pretoria, South Africa 7 Study on Construction of Knowledge Alliance s Collaborative Innovation Mechanism between State owned Enterprises and Organizations Xinbo Sun Jialei Li Guanling Wu Yu Qian Yuheng Tian School of Business Administration, Northeastern University, China Government as Dominant Shareholder and Corporate Payout Policy: Evidence from French National Champions Fahmi Ben Abdelkader Pramuan Bunkanwanicha Clifford Holderness Christophe Moussu ESCP Europe, France 1:20 2:50 p.m. Session 2.9: State Capitalism in the BRICS Countries Room 1325, Pavillon Palasis Prince Chair: Dr. Richard W. Carney, Australian National University, Australia The BRICS and Global Economic Governance: Possible Roles of the BRICS Development Bank Luiz Pinto School of International and Public Affairs, Columbia University, USA Marcos Reis School of International and Public Affairs, Columbia University, USA The Policy Path for Economic Development of the BRIC countries Fernanda Sausen San Francisco State University, USA New Forms of State Capitalism in Brazil: Danger or Opportunity for Foreigners? Silvia Garcia de Agnelli School of Public Policy, Carleton University, Canada Interlocks of Business and Politics and State Capitalism in Contemporary Russia Vladimir Popov Bruce Cronin Business School, University of Greenwich, UK 8 1:20 2:50 p.m. Session 2.10 : Rôle de l État dans le développement Room 2307, Pavillon Palasis Prince Chair : Pr Ahmed Zakane, École nationale supérieure de statistique et d économie, Algérie Transition démocratique, transition économique: cas de la Tunisie Samira Kria Chaker HEC Carthage, Tunisie Entre le pragmatisme et le socialisme du 21e siècle : les caractéristiques du capitalisme d État en Équateur Vildan Bahar Tuncay Département de géographie, Université Laval, Canada Le risque de corruption en présence d acteurs du capitalisme d État : solutions et limites de la Convention des Nations Unies contre la corruption. Hobivola A. Rabearivelo HEI, Université Laval, Canada Entreprises d État et ajustements structurels en Afrique Noire: quelques leçons à tirer Parfait Aïhounhin Claire Séphora Kerekou 1:20 2:50 p.m. Session 2.11: Social Entrepreneurship in Post Traditional Capitalism Era (Stephen A. Jarislowsky Chair in International Business panel) Room 2317, Pavillon Palasis Prince Chair: Mr. Muhammad Mohiuddin, Stephen A. Jarislowsky Chair in International Business, FSA ULaval Social Business: Lessons Learned from the Experience of Bangladesh Mohammad Nurul Huda Mazumder Multi media University, Malaysia Social Entrepreneurship in the NAFTA Countries Halia Valladares Mount Royal University, Canada Social Entrepreneurship vs. Economic Growth in Fighting Poverty Ginette Karirekinyana ACECI, Canada 9 State Capitalism and Chilubula Project in Zambia Pierre Gauthier Chilubula Project, Zambia 1:20 2:50 p.m. Session 2.12: Défis du développement Room 2325, Pavillon Palasis Prince Chair : Assion Lawson Body, School of Business, University of North Dakota, USA L extension financière comme champ d action des pouvoirs publics. Le cas péruvien Marie Langevin, Écoles d études politiques, Université d Ottawa, Canada Les formes d interventions de l État dans l activité économique : le cas de l Algérie Amel Guehairia École Nationale de Statistique et d Économie Appliquée, Algérie Portée et limites d'une transition au capitalisme : le cas de l'algérie Abdelaziz Cherabi Université Constantine 2, Algérie Ahmed Toufik Bourahli Université Oum Bouaki, Algérie Impacts des choix de la RFA sur l intégration allemande Thierry Cailleau U.F.R. de droit, d économie et de gestion, Université d'angers, France 1:20 2:50 p.m. Session 2.13: Development and Governance Room 3307, Pavillon Palasis Prince Chair : Charles Emmanuel Côté, Faculté de droit, Université Laval, Canada Internationalization of a Brazilian State Owned Power Company: Comments from the Eletrobras Case Ruderico F. Pimentel Centrais Eletricas Brasileiras SA Eletrobras, Brazil The Cultural Antecedents of Corruption: A Cross National Study Hamid Yeganeh Winona State University, USA 10 The theory and practice of state capitalism in developing countries: the case of Energy and Minerals sectors ownership in Tanzania Manongi Cliff Ntimbwa College of Business Education, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania The Determinants of the World Price of Crude Oil: An Empirical Analysis G. Rod Erfani Departement of Economics, Transylvania University, USA Bijan Vasigh Embry Riddle Aeronautical University, USA Deposit Insurance Moral Hazard Macro finance Study Frame: Literature Review and Case Study from China Qiyue Yin School of Finance, Yunnan University of Economics and Finance, China 2:50 3:10 p.m. Coffee Break Atrium Pierre H. Lessard, Pavillon Palasis Prince 3:10 4:40 p.m. Special Session 2 Room 1317, Pavillon Palasis Prince Chair: Dr. Issouf Soumaré, Director of International Relations, FSA ULaval, Canada New Development Experience in Africa Clare Akamanzi COO, Rwanda Development Board, Rwanda (to be confirmed) 3:10 4:40 p.m. Special Session 3 : Le droit international de l investissement face au Capitalisme d État: difficultés juridiques et éléments de régulation Room 1325, Pavillon Palasis Prince Chair : Alain Prujiner, Université Laval, Canada Quel encadrement juridique des risques politique et économique du capitalisme d État? Régis Bismuth Université de Poitiers et Centre d études sur la coopération juridique internationale (CECOJI), France Le capitalisme d État et la responsabilité internationale dans le contentieux de l investissement Charles Emmanuel Côté Faculté de droit, Université Laval, Canada 11 Les problèmes juridiques posés par le capitalisme d État au regard de la Convention CIRDI Édouard Onguene Université Laval, Canada et Université de Dijon (CREDIMI), France 6:00 10:00 p.m. Networking Events: International Get together Manoir Montmorency, Québec City (visit the Montmorency Falls Park, cocktail, dinner and animation at the Manoir Montmorency) Departure from Pavillon Palasis Prince at 6 : 00 pm Sunday, November 24, 2013 Pavillon Palasis Prince Université Laval 9:00 10:30 a.m. Session 3.1 : Rôle des institutions publiques dans la coopération internationale Room 1307, Pavillon Palasis Prince Chair : Dr. Érick Duchesne, Département des sciences politiques, Université Laval, Canada Entreprises d État et création de leviers économiques dans le sud global: un modèle de coopération internationale pour le Québec Philippe Dufort University of Cambridge, Angleterre Pierre Guy Sylvestre Syndicat canadien de la fonction publique, Canada L État brésilien en tant qu acteur majeur de la coopération Sud Sud : le cas particulier de la présence brésilienne en Amérique du Sud et en Afrique Luiz Pinto School of International and Public Affairs, Columbia University, USA Numa Mazat Institut d Economie, Université Fédérale de Rio de Janeiro, Brésil Solvabilité des emprunteurs souverains et primes de risque sur les titres de la dette publique en zone UEMOA Babacar Sène Faculté des sciences économiques et de gestion, Université Cheikh Anta Diop de Dakar, Sénégal 12 An Umpteenth Extension of the Transitional Period for the WTO s Least Developed Member States to Implement the TRIPS Agreement: Ideological Stances against Global Capitalism? Midjohodo Franck Gloglo Faculté de droit, Université Laval, Canada 9:00 10:30 a.m. Session 3.2: China and the Arctic Room 1317, Pavillon Palasis Prince Chair: Dr. Eresia Eke, Department of Business Management, University of Pretoria, South Africa China s Three Oil Giants: Organizational Challenges and Spatial Shifts Claude Comtois Alex Champagne Gélinas Department of Geography, Montreal University, Canada Les entreprises de transport maritime chinoises et l Artique : un intérêt reel, ou encouragé par le gouvernement chinois? Linyan Huang Frédéric Lasserre Département de géographie, Université Laval, Canada Arctic State Responses to China s Mining Interests P. Whitney Lackenbauer Department of history, St. Jerome s University in the University of Waterloo, Canada Adam Lajeunesse University of Calgary, Canada 9:00 10:30 a.m. Session 3.3: Capitalisme et développement socio économique des pays africains (CEDIMES USA panel) Room 1325, Pavillon Palasis Prince Chair: Dr. Amel Guehairia, École Nationale de Statistique et d Économie Appliquée, Algérie Capitalisme d État et développement socio économique des pays africains : la filière de l entrepreneuriat diasporique Elie Chrysostome State University of New York Plattsburgh, CEDIMES USA Capitalisme d État et développement socio économique des pays africains: méfaits et pièges à éviter Yvette Essounga Fayetteville State University, CEDIMES USA 13 Capitalisme d État et transformations socio économiques des pays africains: le développement des capacités technologiques Abdou Illia Eastern Illinois University, CEDIMES USA Capitalisme d État et développement socio économique des pays africains: transfert des technologies de l information et des communications Assion Lawson Body North Dakota University, CEDIMES USA 9:00 10:30 a.m. Session 3.4: Reform and Governance in Developing Countries Room 2307, Pavillon Palasis Prince Chair: Dr. Dipinder S. Randhawa, School of Business, SIM University, Singapore The Problem of Investments Incentives and Their Performance Improvement in the State Capitalism Alexandr Dagaev Management Faculty, National Research University Higher School of Economics, Russia Factors in the Emergence of Cuban State Capitalism Georges G. Cravins University of Wisconsin La Crosse, USA Clusters of Institutions: A Two Tier Mixed Quantitative Qualitative Analysis of Developing Countries Economic Systems François Combarnous Eric Rougier University of Bordeaux, France National Oil Companies and Sustainable Development Paradigm: The Challenges of Developing an Integrative Performance Evaluati
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