国际跨领域讨论会:  来自金砖国的新移民,英国华人经理的企业家能力及中国高科技公司


这个活动将三个主要资助单位的资助项目连起来。 它们是:  由JPSS资助的"在美国,澳大利亚,日本和英国来自金砖四国的新移民比较研究"; 由ESRC资助的"创业能力去利用各种机会,新产品开发与企业绩效:英国和中国高科技企业的比较研究", 及Nuffield基金资助的"英中管理人员之间的知识转移中的混合身份的角色"。

本次活动的目的是汇集来自不同学科,大学和国家,但在做类似的主题和对象的工作的研究人员与政府和产业代理合作,并通过中国或华人的比较角度进行一个跨学科探索。它是由中国比较研究会 (CCPN) 和 LSE 国际雇佣关系和人力资源管理 (IER&HRM) 共同主办。

时间与日期: 2010年8月6日上午6点至下午6点
地点: Seligman 图书馆 A607, Old Building, LSE
主席: 邓纲博士与Susan Fernie

程序

上午部分: 来自金砖国的新移民

主席: 邓钢

9:00-9:30 注册

9:30-9:35 邓钢: 欢迎

9:35-10:05  陈立行教授: 一个聚焦从混合到中介的过程的国际移徙比较研究的框架,

10:05-10:15 讨论者:  KOMAI Hiroshi 教授
10:15-10:45 常尚群博士: 中国互惠模式 (礼尚往来) 的比较角度和方法论含义
10:45-11:15 答问

11:15-11:30 茶点

11:30-11:45 Emile Dirks 先生: 在英国的巴西移民及其相关法律和规定, 与巴西人有关的建制及从英国回流的巴西移民
11:45-12:00 Esuna Dugarova 博士: 英国的俄罗斯移民及从英国,美国,澳大利亚和日本回归俄罗斯的移民
12:00-12:15 Ka-kin Cheuk 先生: 在英国和中国的印度商人社区: 旧新阶级的移民企业精神
12:15-12:30 董海伦小姐: 中国新移民,社区,咨询和法律咨询
12:30-13:00 答问

13:00-14:00 午饭

下午部分: 英国华人经理的企业家能力及中国高科技公司

主席: Susan Fernie

14:00-14:30 Fiona Moore 博士: 英国华人经理之间的知识转移中混合身份的角色
14:30-14:40 讨论者: Sanjoy K. Nayak 教授
14:40-15:00 答问
15:00-15:20 Pamela Abbott 博士及Yingqin Zheng 博士: 从范围跨越到克理奥尔化: 从供应商的角度看中国软件和服务外包 [ppt]
15:20-15:40 答问

15:40-15:45 集体合照

15:45-16:00 茶点

16:00-16:20 Matias Ramirez 博士: 建造学习和创新的网络: 北京中关村科学园的知识工作者的研究
16:20-16:40 答问
16:40-17:10 Catherine Wang 教授及Mohammed Rafiq: 国家和企业文化对在新产品开发中解决开拓--剥削Paradox的影响: 英国和中国高科技公司的证据
17:10-17:15 讨论者: Karamjit S Gill 教授
17:15-17:30 答问

17:30-18:00 王斯福: 总结

召集人:常向群博士 (x.chang@lse.ac.uk)

网站连结

主席

  • 邓钢博士, 伦敦经济学院经济史系准教授,中国比较研究网(CCPN)共同主任; 经验关键语: 商人; 西方影响 前现代和早期现代中国; 中国: 农民; 政府; 知识分子; 海洋经济学 LSE
  • Susan Fernie 小姐, 管理学院工业关系, 雇佣关系和组织行为(EROB)讲师; 经验关键词: 传呼中心; 与表现挂钩的报酬; 人力资源管理; 私人安全行业, LSE

讲者

  • 陈立行教授, 日本关西学院大学社会学系
  • Catherine Wang教授, 英国伦敦大学Royal Holloway管理学院
  • Fiona Moore博士, 英国伦敦大学Royal Holloway管理学院讲师
  • Matias Ramirez博士, Senior Lecturer at Department of Business and Management, University of Sussex, UK
  • Mohammed Rafiq博士, Reader at the Business School, Loughborough University, UK
  • Pamela Abbott博士, Lecturer at Department of Information Systems & Computing, Brunel University, UK
  • Yingqin Zheng博士, Senior Lecturer at Centre for Computing and Social Responsibility, Faculty of Technology, De Montfort University; Research Associate at the Information Systems and Innovation Group, Department of Management, LSE, UK
  • 常向群博士, 伦敦经济学院研究员及中国比较研究网络召集人
  • Emile Dirks 先生, 英国伦敦经济学院人类学系中国比较研究硕士
  • Esuna Dugarova博士, 英国剑桥大学东方研究系
  • Ka-kin Cheuk先生, 英国牛津大学St. Antony学院社会及文化人类学研究所博士候选人
  • 董海伦小姐, 研究员, 英国伦敦Temple Court Chambers (TCC)

讨论者

  • K. Nayak教授, 顾问, HRH与国际移民, 世界卫生组织(WHO), HQ/日内瓦; EURO/哥本哈根和CC/阿姆斯特丹
  • KOMAI Hiroshi教授, 日本筑波大学亚洲研究系
  • Karamjit S Gill教授, 编辑, AI & Society: Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Communication
  • 王斯福教授, 英国伦敦经济学院人类学系及中国比较研究网络(CCPN)主任
  • Jackie Sheehan博士, 诺丁汉大学当代中国研究副教授和当代中国研究所副所长
  • 秦菲博士, 英国伦敦经济学院管理学系讲师

参与者

  • 王Wei教授, 日本Kagawa大学经济系; 英国亚非学院移民及Diaspora研究中心访问学者
  • Wenjiong Yang教授, 中国兰州大学民族学院, 英国伦敦经济学院人类学系
  • Ms Bibigul Ospan, Director General, Univer design studio ltd., Moscow, Russia
  • Mr Jonas Svendsen, Social and Cultural Science with Specialization in Religion, University in Bergen, Norway
  • Mr Anicet-Joel Lezao, a student in specialized master Bank and Financial Engineering at Toulouse Business School; who holds a Masters degree of Money, Bank, Finance and Insurance from University of Paris 10, France
  • Mr Martin Švorc, representative of the Foundation of Public Service Interpreting; University of Economics, Prague
  • Mr Marcos V. De Castro Souza, Catholic University of Minas Gerais State, Brazil
    Mr Ying-Che (Ali) Hsies, Institute for Manufacturing and Management, University of Cambridge, UK
  • Ms Jingjing Weng, Department of Management, LSE, UK
  • Mr Fan Gu, Department of Management, LSE, UK
  • Ms Amy Humphris, Department of Management, LSE, UK
  • Dr Klein, Kerstin, Bios Centre, Sociology, LSE. She interests STS, life sciences and society (stem cell research in China), stem cell innovation and political economy China, public understanding of science in China, and state-ownership and political economy of stem cell innovation in China
  • Miss Diana Nomeikaite, MSc China in Comparative Perspective, LSE, UK
  • Mr Spencer H. B. Kunath, Department of International Relations, LSE, UK
  • Miss Eve Dwyer, MSc China in Comparative Perspective program, Dept of Anthropology, LSE
  • Miss Yi Wen/Hsia, Anthropology - MSc China in Comparative Perspective, LSE
  • Mr Ryan Flynn, MSc Development Studies, LSE, UK
  • Ms Ada Shim, MSc Social Policy and Development, LSE, UK
  • Ms Akanksha Awal, The Financial Times, UK
  • Dr Weifeng Chen, Brunel Business School, Brunel University, UK
  • Mr Michael-Yi Cao, PhD student, School of Management, Royal Holloway,
  • University of London. His interests are Management, Strategic management, Technological capabilities, Industrialisation, Dynamic capabilities
  • Yingqi Huang, MSc on Public Policy, University of London, UK
  • Yifeng Ruan, MSc on Public Policy, University of London, UK
  • Ms Archana Sankaran, who holds a Masters degree of programme in operational research at LSE, interested in understanding China and Chinese relationships in the west when it concerns business. She draw parallels to Indians and Indian diasporas in the west, UK
  • Ms Emma Dudley, LSE summer school student; a representative of the MicroEmpowering.org, UK
  • Miss Nonye Modie, is studying Economics, Politics, and Critical Thinking, and want to get a greater insight on the global economy and to further her learning.
  • Miss Fahan Ibrahim Hashi, a student at the International School of London, hoping to study for a Management degree and would like to gain further insight on current affairs in this field of study, UK.
  • Mr Max Nqai, St Dominics Sixth Form College, to acquire a greater understanding of the world economics from the firsthand what professional researchers have to say about and economic related topics
  • Mr Nikhil Varadharajan, Saint Olave's Grammar School, UK
  • Mr Sherzod Kurbanov, University of Wales Institute, Cardiff
  • Ms Jenny Au-Yeung, LSE/US Embassy London
  • Miss Yogita Joshi, interested in economics and particularly in China's trade, UK
  • Ms Gita Joshi
  • Mr Abdul Rupani
  • Mr Michael Batcheler
  • Huei-Wan Wang

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  • News and events on studies of migrant/migrants or migration/immigration
  • Related work has been carried out by other researchers
  • Related work has been carried out by the team members

讲者及参与者的相关工作:

  • Catherine Wang 教授, 伦敦大学Royal Holloway管理学院。 她是ESRC项目,'社会文化因素, 少数民族企业家取向及企业增长: 一个英国的土耳其和华人小企业的比较研究'(2006-08)的共同研究员。她刚完成另外一个ESRC项目: "利用机会, 新产品发展和企业业绩: 英国和中国高科技公司的比较研究" (2008-10). 点击这里看更多详细资料: http://www.rhul.ac.uk/Management/Research/Chinese-firms/index.html .
  • Fiona Moore博士, 英国伦敦大学Royal Holloway管理学院讲师。She is conducting research project on the role of hybrid identity in knowledge transfer among Anglo-Chinese managers. See the online survey here: http://www.esurveyspro.com/Survey.aspx?id=6a61c202-1714-4f87-9896-9eedd127c2af . She is also conducting research project on Korean businesspeople in Surrey in collaboration with researchers at Kingston University. Fiona is Steering Committee member, Women and Gender in Chinese Studies Network: www.wagnet.ox.ac.uk , and Online editor, Women and Gender in Chinese Studies Review: www.wagnet.ox.ac.uk/wagrev .
  • Professor KOMAI Hiroshi, Professor Emeritus, University of Tsukuba; was Dean, Faculty of Humanities Department of Asian Studies, Shigakkan University. His research interests fields covering Asian Societies, Foreign Migrants, International Society, International Sociology, Theoretical Sociology; main themes are Social Development in Asia, Foreign Migrants in Japan, Immigrants in Japan, Global Sociology, Globalization, International Society, The Role of Buddhism in Cambodian Reconstruction, The Asian Paradigm in Social Sciences. He published 25 books, e.g. Foreign Migrants in Contemporary Japan (Trans Pacific Press ,2001), Migrant Workers in Japan (Kegan Paul International ,1995), Japanese Management Overseas (Asian Productivity Organization ,1989), and many journal articles. Click HERE to see more.
  • Professor Sanjoy K. Nayak is Advisor on-call, HRH & International Migration, World Health Organisation, HQ/Geneva and EURO/Copenhagen. He is formerly Director of the Centre for Development Studies, University of Birmingham, UK. He has held several teaching appointments for the Universities in India, the UK and Netherlands. One of his fields of interest is 'political economy of international migration of the highly skilled' including circular and return migration as applied to the health sector: http://www.euro.who.int/__data/assets/pdf_file/0003/103872/E91417.pdf.
  • Professor Karamjit S Gill, Professor Emeritus, University of Brighton; Editor, AI & Society: Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Communication. His own research interests include knowledge transfer and innovation in cross-cultural settings. Recently had has coordinating an EU-India network on cross-cultural innovation.
  • Dr Yingqin Zheng, is a senior lecturer at the Center of Computing and Social Responsibility, De Montfort University. She obtained her doctorate from the Judge Business School, University of Cambridge as a Gates scholar, and conducted postdoctoral research at the London School of Economics, where she remains a research associate. Her research interests include distributed innovations, the information society of China, and ICT for development. She has published in reputable international journals and conferences and obtained awards such as Best Paper Finalist at the International Conference of Information Systems 2007 and Highly Commended Award at the Literati Network Awards for Excellence 2009 ("Inequality of What? Social Exclusion in the e-Society as Capability Deprivation", co-authored with Prof. Geoff Walsham, 2009). See her other papers: Zheng, Y, (2009) "Different spaces for e-development? What we can learn from the Capability Approach", Journal of Information Technology for Development, 15(2), p. 66-82; "Information Culture and Development: Chinese Experience of E-Health", Proceedings of the 38th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS'05), IEEE, Washington, DC, Track 6 (2005); "A Structurational Conceptualization of Information Literacy: Reflections on Research in Rural South Africa", London School of Economics Working Paper Series - 158 (2007); Zheng, Y and R. Heeks, "Conceptualizing Information Culture in Developing Countries", Development Informatics Working Paper no. 34, University of Manchester, UK, 2006.
  • Dr Pamela Abbott has been a lecturer/researcher in the area of global sourcing for the past 5 years, holding positions first at University College Dublin, Ireland and now at Brunel University, West London, UK. She completed her PhD at Cambridge University, UK, specializing in proximity-based models of offshore software outsourcing, e.g., the nearshore model. She has been actively publishing on topics emerging from this research including the question of suitability of locations for software and services outsourcing, strategies for software and services export in developing countries and the role that distance plays in managing offshore working arrangements. Her most recent research looks at the organizing practices of Chinese IT service providers engaged in collaborative relationships with overseas clients and the issues and challenges raised. The one-page brief is about a study, Distributed Collaboration for Innovation: partnering to leverage global expertise, that she and collaborators are currently in the process of proposing to funding bodies. The brief is based on about 2 and a half years' research on Chinese services providers in Xi'an, Shanghai and Beijing. Her talk with Dr Yingqin Zheng: From Boundary Spanning to Creolization: Cross-cultural, Strategies from the Offshore Provider's Perspective, outlines their preliminary findings.
  • Dr Ernesto R. Gonzales, Associate Professor, Graduate School, Pontifical University of Santo Tomas, Manila, Philippines. He was Director, Social Research Centre (2000-2007), University of Sto. Tomas; Chair, Economics, National Research Council of the Philippines; Visiting Research Fellow, Asia Research Centre (2005), LSE. Dr Gonzales proposed to give a talk with a long title "A CLIMATE CHANGE FRIENDLY PRODUCT FOR THE 21ST CENTURY COMPUTER WORLDS: Bio-Deflushers and Descalers for the Semi-conductors and Electronics Industry of China and Investment from Innovators Group in London, UK. However, with a limited time he will oncentrate on the issue of how cultural and structural arrangements of global business became a major stumbling block to make a climate change friendly product? - experiences from Philippines, China, and the UK. For those why are interested in the product and more details please download here: [ppt] [Business plan].

 

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