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With almost academic participants from 30 countries, the Singapore conference was significant in spurring on economic-geographical dialogue in a sustained manner worldwide.
In the context of the globalization of knowledge production and research activity, a global dialogue in economic geography continues to be highly important, for it facilitates the development of knowledge, and the establishment of international collaborative relations for both teaching and research.
Such dialogue in a dedicated conference also requires economic geographers to face head on the complex issues of vantage points and ethnocentric biases, as evident in the intellectual interactions during the Singapore conference.
Field trips organized in Beijing and elsewhere in China during the conference will enable participants to collect teaching materials case studies, digital photos, etc and to investigate possibilities for future research projects.
Six years have now lapsed since the Singapore conference. The global economy has experienced tremendous transformations since the late s.
For one, it witnesses much stronger integration of cross-border economic activities. The rise of emerging economies, particularly China and India, has significant economic-geographical implications.
At the more micro-scale, economic geographies are much more implicated in our everyday life, from our consumption practices and productive work to our activities in labour and financial markets. We believe the timing is now appropriate for a second global conference on economic geography.
As one of the key sub-disciplines in Geography, it is time to discuss and debate current and new research agendas in economic geography. It is also a critical time to continue our rethinking of the relationship between the sub-discipline within human geography and the wider social science community.
In organizing this second global conference on economic geography, we have three specific objectives: The conference will provide a forum for constructive cross-regional dialogue among economic geographers from all regions and countries.
Such dialogue is critical for the advancement of the subject. The conference will provide an opportunity for economic geographers from outside Asia to interact with geographers and other interested social scientists from within the host region.
While acknowledging the Anglo-American influence in much of the recent work in economic geography, we recognize that there is a considerable stock of knowledge in the Asian region that contributes to our understanding of regional and global economic geographies.
In short, the conference will enhance the global interdependence of networks of economic geographers. The conference and its associated activities will enable economic geographers from outside the Asian region to experience first-hand the dynamics of economic transformations in China and East Asia.
Through carefully designed field trips, both within and outside of Beijing, the capital city of China, the conference will offer insightful educational experiences that can be brought home for the benefits of students and institutions, similar to those available during the Singapore conference in A one-way bus fare is RMB16 per person.
Taxis Taxis are relatively cheap in Beijing. Please ensure that the driver uses the fare metre and issues a receipt upon arrival at your destination.
Registration Due to an extremely packed conference schedule, we strongly advise you to complete an early registration upon arrival at one of the three conference hotels — Beijing Continental Grand Hotel, Beijing Foreign Experts Building Hotel, and Asian Games Village Hotel. Early registration will be available in the lobby areas of all three conference hotels on Sunday 24 June from 10 am to 8 pm.
Please look out for the Conference Registration Desk when you arrive at the hotel lobby. Our Conference Assistants will be available on site to advise you on conference-related matters.
There will be someone to assist you if you have any queries during the conference. They will be able to contact the Organizing Committee. Monday 25 June am in Hall No.
Lunches and Breaks The conference registration fees include all buffet lunches from Monday 25 June to Thursday 28 June There will be signs in the BICC indicating directions.
Please feel free to approach any of our Conference Assistants if you have any queries. Upon registration, you will be issued lunch tickets for each day. Due to security concerns, you MUST wear your conference badge and present a lunch ticket for entrance into the Banquet Hall.
All tea and coffee breaks will be served at the foyer areas outside Room Nos. Because of limited capacity reasons, we are unable to offer a change in your fieldtrip destination, but you are welcome to swap your ticket with another conference participant.
Due to security concerns, you MUST wear your conference badge and present the ticket before you can board the coach on Wednesday morning. Weidong Liu, Baoling Wang, and Fox Zhiyong Hu The fieldtrip will commence with a brief introduction to BDA in the morning by an experienced scholar, who will set the research context and highlight some prominent economic-geographical issues related to BDA.
This is followed by presentations by local hosting institution i.
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