【讲座】复旦-宾大“全球议题与治理”线上系列论坛活动第二期:中美房地产税征收比较探讨
发布时间:2022-01-10        浏览次数:123



About this event/关于活动:   

This is the second event of the Penn-Fudan Virtual Series on Global Issues and Governance jointly organized by the Penn Wharton China Center and the Institute for Global Public Policy at Fudan University. As China plans to significantly enlarge the application of real estate taxes, we invite scholars from China and the US to have a comparative discussion.

本次活动是宾大沃顿中国中心和复旦大学全球公共政策研究院联合举办的复旦- 宾大“全球议题与治理”线上系列活动的第二期。在中国即将扩大房产税试点的背景下,活动邀请来自宾夕法尼亚大学沃顿商学院、美国国家公共行政科学院、复旦大学全球公共政策研究院和中央财经大学财政税务学院的学者,从比较的角度就中美两国房地产税进行对话。

Event Time/ 活动时间:   

8 PM Eastern Time, January 13th 2022; 9 AM Beijing Time, January 14th 2022

北京时间2022年1月14日早上9点,美东时间2022年1月13日晚上8点

Venue/ 地点: 

Zoom Meeting/ Zoom会议

Language/ 语言:

English/ 英语

Sign up/ 报名方式:

https://www.wjx.top/vj/QYvntda.aspx

(活动链接将在北京时间2022年1月13日晚5点通过邮件形式发送到报名时预留的邮箱。)


Opening Remarks/ 开场致辞

Yijia Jing

Prof. Yijia Jing is a Chang Jiang Scholar, Seaker Chan Chair Professor in Public Management, Dean of the Institute for Global Public Policy, Co-director of LSE-Fudan Research Centre for Global Public Policy and Professor of the School of International Relations and Public Affairs, Fudan University. He is founding editor-in-chief of the journal Global Public Policy and Governance and co-editor of International Public Management Journal. He is the founding co-editor of the Palgrave book series, Governing China in the 21 Century.  


About the Moderator/ 主持人

Dan Guttman

Dan Guttman is a teacher, lawyer, and has been a public servant. Following 2004-6 years as a China Fulbright scholar he has worked with China and US colleagues teaching and developing programs in comparative governance, and practices law in the U.S. He served as Executive Director of a Presidential Advisory Commission on bioethics, was a Commissioner of the U.S. Occupational Health and Safety Review Commission, directed U.S. Senate investigations on government use of private expertise, and was UNDP and EU China “foreign expert advisor” on environmental law. He is the author and coauthor of many books and articles. He has testified/spoken before the US Congress and many other public bodies, shared in journalism awards and is a Fellow of the U.S. National Academy of Public Administration. Dan was graduated from the University of Rochester and Yale Law School.


About the speakers/ 主讲人

Ping Zhang

Dr. Ping Zhang is an Associate Professor in the School of International Relations and Public Affairs at Fudan University. He got his BA in Geophysics from Nanjing University, MA in Economics from Tsinghua, and Ph.D. in Public Administration and Policy from the University of Georgia. His research focuses on property taxation, intergovernmental fiscal relations, and local governance and has published one sole-author and two co-authored books on property tax reform in China. His recent articles appear in China Economic Review, Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis, Public Administration and Development, and Journal of Contemporary China. He is also a recipient of Pu Shan Award for policy research.

Qiang Ren

Professor Qiang Ren is the Director of Institute of Finance and Taxation and Professor in the School of Public Finance and Taxation, Central University of Finance and Economics. His research interests include intergovernmental fiscal relations, real estate taxes and fairness and quality. He is the co-author of the books Development, governance, and real property tax in China and The property tax in China: History, pilots, and prospects. He has published many articles in journals such as Journal of World Economy, Finance & Trade Economics, Public Finance Research and Taxation Research.

Maisy Wong

Dr. Wong is an Associate Professor at the Wharton Real Estate Department and the Assistant Director of the Grayken International Real Estate Program at the Zell/Lurie Real Estate Center. Since 2008, she has taught Real Estate Investments to undergraduates and MBAs and will create a new course on Global Real Estate Investments. She won an Excellence in Teaching Award for the Undergraduate Division. Her research interests include labor mobility, urbanization in emerging markets, housing, and real estate finance, with publications in journals including the American Economic Review, Review of Economic Studies, and Journal of Finance. She is on the editorial board of the Journal of Urban Economics and was elected to the board of the American Real Estate and Urban Economics Association (AREUEA). She has also consulted for the World Bank. Dr. Wong earned her undergraduate degree from U.C. Berkeley in 2003 and her PhD from Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 2008.

Thomas H. Stanton

Thomas H. Stanton is an attorney who has dedicated his career to strengthening design and management of government programs that deliver public services. He is a former member of the federal Senior Executive Service. He is a Fellow of the National Academy of Public Administration (NAPA). In 2017 NAPA awarded him its George Graham Award for Exceptional Service to the Academy. Mr. Stanton has been an invited witness before many congressional committees and subcommittees, and in 2020 taught a course at the Yale Alumni College based on his book, American Race Relations and the Legacy of British Colonialism (Routledge, 2020).


About the event organizers/ 主办单位

Penn Wharton China Center


The Penn Wharton China Center (PWCC), opened in Beijing in 2015, represents the University of Pennsylvania and the Wharton School’s long-standing commitment to advance its engagement with China in an increasingly interconnected global environment. To learn more about The Penn Wharton China Center, please visit whr.tn/about-pwcc.


Institute for Global Public Policy, Fudan University

The Fudan Institute for Global Public Policy (IGPP) highlights Fudan University’s new initiative to innovate research and education in social sciences and particularly in public policy. In partnership with the newly established LSE-Fudan Research Centre for Global Public Policy and its LSE branch in London, the Institute aims to advance research on global public policy, to produce world-class research outputs, and to generate global academic and social impacts, in response to unprecedented global policy and governance challenges that call for designed and coordinated human actions. Both the Institute and the Centre are a platform for policy studies driven by a genuine global and multidisciplinary perspective. For more information on IGPP, please visit https://igpp.fudan.edu.cn/igppen/.