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Fifth Workshop-Symposium on

Decision Ethics 2010

Diplomacy, Economics, and DECISION Analysis on Globalization of knowledge in Economics

 

Preliminary Program- as of 03/13/2010
School of Arts and Sciences, The State University of New York at Old Westbury and
Journal of Decision Ethics (Sponsor: Oxford University, UK)

Cordially invite you to the Fifth Workshop-Symposium on
Decision Ethics 2010
Diplomacy, Economics, and DECISION Analysis on Globalization of knowledge in Economics


Conference Host: The New York Office of Public and International Affairs of LDS

125 Columbus Avenue (65th Street and Columbus Avenue), New York, NY 10023-6503  
Time: Friday 10 A.M. -06:00 P.M., 19 March 2010

Co-sponsors (GSP Affiliates) – Partial list

  • The Mission of Tajikistan to the United Nations;
  • The Mission of Uzbekistan to the United Nations;
  • Directorate General of Islamic Education, Ministry of Religious Affairs (Indonesia),
  • Fordham University, Organizational Leadership Program (Lincoln Center, NYC)
  • The St. Petersburg School of Religion and Philosophy, (St. Petersburg, The Russian Federation)
  • Foundation for Interreligious Diplomacy (Utah, NYC)
  • Utah Valley University (Utah, USA)
  • Center for the Dialogue among Civilizations (Vienna, Austria)
  • Department of Humanities and Information Technology, Russian Academy of Natural Sciences
  • (Moscow, Russian Federation)
  • International Society for Iranian Culture (New York)
  • Department of Philosophy (Mansura University, Mansura, Egypt)
  • International University (Bishkek, Kyrgyz Republic)
  • Sunan Gunung Djati State Islamic University, (Bandung, Indonesia)

Program Committee: Edward Bever, Parviz Morewedge, Li Jianwei, Harold Takooshian Etin Anwar, Yihong Liu, Kumiko Endo, Achim Koeddermann, Mehdi Faridzadeh, Charles Randall Paul, Ahmad Corbitt, and  Natalia Pecherskaya.

Local SUNY OWB-GSP Host Committee: Ankawa Verbauwen ( Coordinator), Matthew Moran, Ifrah Sayed, Jared George, Deepu Jose, David Orologio, Bilal Butt, Rohit Verma , Fatoma Rad, Ajay Persaud, Ray Modeste, Kywana Alfred, Anum Quadri, Moham Quadri, Anthony Stowe, Chen Zibin, Jelissa Boodie, Dana Bocklet, and Brian Joseph Hanley

Tentative Schedule

I.    [10:00 am – 12 noon]:  Panel I: Round Table Discussions:
Two Economic Models (Post- Den Xiaoping Marxism and Post Regula-tion Capitalism) for the Same Global   Village – towards Globalization of Economic Theory
Chairs: Wei Xiaoping (CASS, Beijing) and Achim Koeddermann (SUNY Oneonta), Yihong Liu (CASS, Editor in Chief, Journal of Chinese, Indian, and Islamic Cultural Relations)
Speakers: (20 minutes each)
Wei Xiaoping (Director, Marxists Studies, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences)
Ron Nahser (De Paul University, Chicago)
Summary Presentations (15 minutes)
Yang Ji (Professor, The Academy of Chinese Culture, Beijing, PRC), "On the Model of Chinese Market Economy".
Zhu Shihai (ACC, Beijing, PRC), “The Suitability of the Multi-party System to Hong Kong’s Governmental Structure”

II.    12 noon -1:15 pm- Panel II: New Reflection on Post Economic Crisis: PRC and the West: A round table symposium
Chair: Samuel Natale (Adelphi and Oxford University) and Yihong Liu (CASS, Beijing)
Speakers (25 minutes)          
Wang Zhanyang  (ACC, Beijing, PRC) “Universal-Eudaimonism and the Future of Market Economy"
Comment/Presentation (15 minutes)
He Shuang Mei (ACC, Beijing, PRC), “Market Economy and the Overa                                            Development of Human Beings”

Comments:
Martha Beck (Lyon College)
Dr. Charles Randall Paul (President, Foundation for Intercultural Diplomacy) Sebastian Sora (Adelpi U and IBM)

III.    1:15-2:30 pm Buffet Luncheon (Uzbek Buffet: Courtesy of the Mission of Uzbekistan to the United Nations)


IV.    2:30-2:50 pm: Welcoming Remarks
Ahmad Corbitt (Host, and Director of NY LDS PIA)
James Llana (Sponsor, and The Dean, School of Arts and Sciences, SUNY OWB)
Harold Takooshian (Co-sponsor, Organizational Leadership Program,
Fordham University, Lincoln Center Campus, NY)
Natalia Pecherskaya (Rector, The St. Petersburg School of Religion and Philosophy, (St. Petersburg, The Russian Federation)
Parviz Morewedge (Director, GSP, SUNY OWB)
Li Baomin (Deputy President, Central Institute for Socialism/Academy of Chinese Culture) The Xinjiang  [Uygur Autonomous Region], PRC)      
Fu Lanping, (Director of Department, Academy of Chinese Culture, Beijing, PRC)


V.    2:50-5:30: A Round Table Symposium on Diplomacy and Crisis of Global Economy
Chairs: Ahmad Corbitt (Host, and Director of NY LDS PIA), and Parviz Morewedge (Director, Global Scholarly Publications, SUNY OWB)
Distinguished and Honorable Discussants (listed in the Alphabetical order)
[Confirmed]
1.    His Excellency Dr. Murad Askarov, The Ambassador Extraordinary and Ple-nipotentiary of the Republic of Uzbekistan to the United Nations.

2.       His Excellency, Dr. Andrei Dapkiunas, The Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Belarus to the United Nations.

3.    His Excellency, Dr. Bashar Ja`afari, The Ambassador Extraordinary and
Plenipotentiary of The Syrian Arab Republic to the United Nations.

4.    His Excellency, Dr. R.M. Marty M. Natalegawa, The Ambassador Extraordi-nary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Indonesia to the United Nations.

5.    The Honorable Counsellor Qi Qianjin, Chief of Policy Analysis, The Mission of
The People’s Republic of China to the United Nations
[*To be confirmed]

6.    *His Excellency, Dr. A. K. Momen, The Ambassador Extraordinary and Ple-nipotentiary of the Republic of Bangladesh to the United Nations

Comments:
Edward Bever (Chair, History and Philosophy, SUNY OWB), Shalahudin Kafrwai (Hobart and Smith Colleges), Mehdi faridzadeh (International Society for Iranian Culture, NYC), Doug Hosetetter (Director, Mennonite Central Commit-tee, UN Liaison Office)

B.*SUNY OWB CONFERENCES
B.1 Past and present
1. Egypt, summer 2008
2. NYC, April 2009
3. People’s Republic of China (PRC) [Beijing, Shanghai, and Hong Kong]
Summer 2009
4. SUNY OWB March 18, 2010
5. NYC, March 18, 2010
B.2 Projected Conferences
6. Summer 2010: The Russian Federation (Moscow, St. Petersburg), summer
2010 [July 5-10]
7.  NYC, October 2010
8.   NYC, March 2011
9.   Summer 2011: Lao-Cambodia-Thailand, PRC (Guangzhou, Shanghai and  
Beijing)
10. Summer 2012: Prague, Belarus

C. SUNY OWB PUBLICATIONS (partial list)
C.1 Journals:

(IJDE)   International Journal of Decision Ethics (sponsored by Oxford U., UK)
(JCIICR) Journal of Chinese, Indian and Islamic Cultural Relations (co-sponsored by
Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Beijing, PRC)  
(IJSS)    International Journal of Shi`a Studies (co-sponsored by Brigham Young U.)

C.2 Book Series
(SEGET) Studies in Economics of Globalization and Globalization of
Economic Thought (Monograph Series of IJDE)

 

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