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    日期:2016年09月15日   文章点击数: 稿源:

    “国际购买力平价及GDP与生活水平的国际比较”国际研讨会

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    尊敬的嘉宾:

    您好!价格是衡量经济成果国际比较的关键。在基于市场的汇率平价之外,世界银行的购买力平价国际比较项目(PPP)是另一个重要途径。PPP算法就是在世界各国各选取一揽子商品,看购买它们需要多少各国的本币,从而推算各国货币的“实际购买力”,进而计算各国的经济总量。这种方法产生于上世纪初,常被经济学家当作除按市场汇率之外计算各国GDP的辅助方式。尽管中国有其特殊性,全面审视该国际比较项目,科学评估经济实力,寻找中国与世界的共性和特性,将是中国在经济发展之后融入世界的重要一步,也是人民币国际化进程中的一个重要参照。

    为深入探讨这一议题,江西财经大学主办,江西财经大学统计学院、江西财经大学应用统计研究中心、中国人民大学统计学院、意大利佛罗伦萨大学与澳大利亚昆士兰大学联合承办的“国际购买力平价及GDP与生活水平的国际比较”国际研讨会,将于2016年10月13-14日江西泰耐克国际大酒店举行。本次会议邀请了收入分配和国际购买力比较领域一流的国内外专家,就世界银行国际比较项目和中国相关问题的理论与实践展开讨论,其中包括长期参与世界银行国际比较项目的技术专家:佛罗伦萨大学教授、意大利国家统计局原局长、国际统计学会前副会长Luigi Biggeri教授和昆士兰大学Prasada Rao教授、世界银行著名经济学家Yuri Dikhanov,长期跟踪中国实践研究的北京师范大学邱东教授、国家统计局国际统计信息中心余芳东副主任、北京师范大学经济统计学长江学者邱东教授、中国人民大学统计学院院长赵彦云教授,以及经济和统计届的资深教授:佛罗伦萨大学Guido Ferrari教授,梅西大学Srikanta Chatterjee教授,亚洲开发银行经济学家Eileen Capilit等。演讲的主题包括PPP项目的最新进展,现行的货币汇率对于各国人民的生活水平的比较,中国参与比较的国内外影响因素等。会议议程附后

    诚邀您拨冗出席!如能参会,请您于2016年926日前回复确认,以便为您预留座席。

    一、日程安排

    10月12日(星期四)全天报到,13日---14日为会议时间。

    二、报到地点

    江西省南昌市红谷滩新区新府路28号江西泰耐克国际大酒店(近南昌市政府,地铁1号线秋水广场站出站口即到),服务台电话:0791—88828888。

    交通信息:①昌北机场→酒店(机场公交4号线,泰耐克酒店站下车;出租80元左右)②高铁西客站、南昌火车站→酒店(高铁2号线,秋水广场站下车;出租35元左右)

    三、会议费用

    会议注册费:1200元/人(学生600元/人)。会务组统一安排食宿,与会代表差旅、食宿费用自理。

    四、会务联系方式

    为方便食宿安排,请您在2016年9月26日前填写会议回执(后附)发送会务组联系邮箱tjxy6428@163.com。

        联系人:刘玲华0791-83827135,15079106290  胡芳 0791-83951042,13979142156

     

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    江西财经大学

    中国人民大学统计学院

    江西财经大学统计学院

    江西财经大学应用统计研究中心

    2016年9月10日


     

     

    http://english.jxufe.edu.cn/templets/images/logo.pngResearch ProjeCct

    A.Y. 2015 - 2016

     

    Jiangxi University of   Finance and Economics, Nanchang

    Thursday 13 – Friday 14 October 2016

    II   International Conference on Sub-national PPPs, Real GDP and Living Condition   Comparisons


     

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    Comparisons of Sub-national Purchasing Power Parities (PPPs), real GDP and living conditions are becoming increasingly important forcentral and local governments’ economic, social and political decision making, as well as for investment choices by entrepreneurs. Public and private policy makers are concerned withcomparisons of standards of living, well-being and poverty conditions across regions.Evidence based decision making requires critical information on real per capita expenditures and other economic aggregates comparable across regions. Sub-national PPPs emerge as anappropriate tool to convertprovincial or regional aggregates to account for spatial differences in prices of goods and services.

     

    This Conference, the second after the first conference held at Renmin University of China, Beijing in 2015, brings together researchers from National and International Organizations and academic institutions to discuss and report latest developments on methods for the compilation of sub-national PPPs and the measurement of real GDP and comparisons of living conditions across cities and provinces. The Conference also provides a forum to discuss empirical applications focusing on sub-national PPPs in selected countries includingChina, India, Italy, Philippines and the United States of America.

     

    Conference   Schedule

     

    Thursday 13 October, Morning

     

    09:00-09:30  Opening Ceremony

    Introduction to the Conference: Yanyun Zhao, Guido Ferrari, Luigi Biggeri

    Official Speech: Prof. WangQiao, President, JUFE,WangJun, Director, Center for International Statistical Information, NBS

     

    Comparisons of GDP and Living Conditions - the need for Sub-national PPPs

     

    Chairman: D.S. Prasada Rao

    09:30-09:55  SrikantaChatterjee (MasseyUniversity, Palmerston North), The ChangingMacroeconomicImbalances and the role of the PPP and other Exchange Rates in China’s GDP Estimation

    09:55-10:20  Ranjan Ray*, AmitaMajumder**, and Ray Sattwik***(*Monash University, **Indian Statistical Institute, and ***Centre for Studies in Social Sciences, India), Global and Country PovertyRates, Welfare Rankings of the Regions and PurchasingPowerParities: How Robust Are the Results?

    10:20-10:40  Coffee break

    10:40-11:05  Luigi Biggeri*, and Monica Pratesi(*University of Florence and **University of Pisa), Poverty -Specific PPPs- Indicators at local level: issues and possible solutions

    11:05-11:30  DongQiu (BeijingNormalUniversity), Some thoughts on PPP methodsapplied in China

    11:30-12:00  Discussion

     

    Thursday 13 October, Afternoon

     

    Current Research Projects on Sub-national PPPs by International Institutions

     

    Chairman: Eric Figueroa

    14:30-14:55  Yuri Dikhanov(World Bank), The computation of Sub-National PPPs: the ICPs research program and the experience carried out in Africa and Asia

    14:55-15:20  Eileen Capilit(Asian Development Bank), The approach for computing Sub-National PPPs followed by ADB and results obtained for some east Asian countries

    15:20-15:40  Coffee break

     

    Current Research Projects on Sub-national PPPs by National Institutions

     

    Chairman: Eileen Capilit

    15:40-16:05  Bettina H. Aten, and Eric B. Figueroa(US Bureau of Economic Analysis), Real Personal Income and Regional Price Parities

    16:05-16:30  Guido Ferrari*, and Yanun Zhao** (*University of Florence and **Renmin University of China), Comparisons of GDP and Living Conditions Across China’s Provinces and Municipal Cities

    16:30-16:55  Chao Fan(National Bureau of Statistics of China), A Review and Research Prospects of Country Product Dummy (CPD) Method

    16:55-17:20  Fangdong Yu(National Bureau of Statistics of China),The Study on the Differentials of the Regional Price Level in China

     

    Friday 14 October, Morning

     

    Research on Sub-national PPPs by Academics

     

    Chairman: Yuri Dikhanov

    09:00-09:25  D.S. Prasada Rao, Robert J. Hill, Sriram Shankar and Reza Hajargasht(University of Queeensland, Australia), Spatial Chaining Methods for International and Sub-National Comparisons of Prices and Real Expenditures

    09:25-09:50  Luigi Biggeri*, and Luca Secondi**(*University of Florence, and **University of Tuscia, Italy), Estimation of regional price parities for household consumption in Italy by using expenditure survey data

    09:50-10:15  TizianaLaureti*, and Federico Polidoro**(*University of Tuscia and ** Italian National Statistical Institute, Istat, Italy), Testing the use of scanner data for computing sub-national Purchasing Power Parities in Italy

    10:15-10:40  Coffee break

    10:40-11:45  Round Table  The Computation of Sub-national PPPs and their Use in Cross Province GDP and Living Conditions Comparisons. Attendants: Dikhanov (World Bank), Capilit (Asian Development Bank), Figueroa (US Bureau of Economic Analysis),Pratesi (Italian Statistical Society and Istat), Wang Jun, Biggeri (WB Technical Advisory Group), Rao (WB Technical Advisory Group). Moderators: Ferrari, Zhao.

    11:45-12:00  Closing Ceremony

    Guido Ferrari, YanyunZhao,Liangqing Luo

     

    Organizing   Committee: Luo Liangqing (President), Guido Ferrari, Luo Shihua, Yu Chun

    Scientific Committee:  Zhao Yanyun (President), Luigi Biggeri, Luo Liangqing, D.S. Prasada   Rao, Guido Ferrari

     


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