Scholars get together for Asian Competitiveness
[CCS News] “2016 Micro-economics of Competitiveness of Hardvard Business School Asian Chapter Conference” took place from 18 to 21 July at the 1st Conference Room at the General Building of Colleges. The conference was co-hosted by College of Social Sciences, Center for WTO Studies at the College of International Affairs, and Taiwan strategy and competitiveness center at the College of Commerce, and supported by Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Taipei City Government. Numerous faculty and students participated in the conference to understand the Asian Competitiveness.
The conference is aimed to discuss the issues such as Economic Development Policies, Cluster Mapping, Innovation & Entrepreneurship, Big-data Analytics, Asia-Pacific Economic Development to know how to use the competitive advantage of Taiwan to overcome the weakness to raise up the global competitiveness of Taiwan. More than 10 scholars from different countries like Harvard University in U.S., Stockholm School of Economics in Sweden, Thailand, and Mongolia, were invited to present and share the experiences in their countries.
To express our warmest welcome to these foreign guests, Dr. Chiang, the dean at College of Social Sciences, invited them to have a tea talk during the break time of the conference on 19 July. Dr. Yeh-yun, Lin, the ex-dean at the Office of International Cooperation, and Dr. Jihn-fa, Jan from the Department of Land Economics also accompanied with them to join this tea talk.
CCS is featured by our varied fields of study and research demonstrated by our departments. We have always attempted our best to build up a platform to enhance the globalization on campus and international visibility through the academic cooperation in various fields. Dr. Chiang wishes it will be an opportunity for academic cooperation in the future- we may develop it for a further cooperation with these scholars and universities through mutual visits and co-conferences during this tea talk.
CCS Dean, Dr. Chiang, ex-OIC Dear, Dr, Lin, Professor Jan took a photos with the invited scholars after the talk