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Notice of“The 2017 Annual Academic Forum of Economics and Management — Presentation Series (5)”

Sourse: College of Economics and Management  Date:2017-05-11

(1) Title: Land use and land cover change and the role of ecology policy: a case study from Wuqi in Shaanxi province, China

Speaker: PhD. Daojun Zhang 

Time: 15:00-16:00, May 12, 2017 

Venue: Meeting Room C304, The Building of Economics, Management and Landscape Architecture 

Abstract: Policies can regulate and change human activities, which will affect land use, thereby further affecting regional vegetation coverage. The impact of policies on vegetation cover is constrained by natural factors, as well as social and economic status. In our study, Wuqiin northern Shaanxi is chosen as study area. By the use of remote sensing and GIS spatial analysis techniques, land use and vegetation index data of Wuqi from 1995 to 2011 are obtained together with terrain, meteorological and socio-economic data. Then the vector and grid data are further fused based on the unit of village to establish a spatial database in ArcGIS 10.3. Multiple regression and geographically weighted regression models are applied to calculate the contribution of ecological policy of returning farmland to forest, ban logging and grazing on the vegetation coverage (vegetation index) in the vegetation recovery in the study area under the constraint of resource endowment.


(2) Title: One Belt One Road: Silk Road & 21st Maritime Silk Road

Speaker: Imad Ali (A PhD Candidate) 

Time: 16:00-17:00, May 12, 2017 

Venue: Meeting Room C304, The Building of Economics, Management and Landscape Architecture 

Abstract: When Chinese leader Xi Jinping visited Central Asia and Southeast Asia in September and October 2013, he raised the initiative of jointly building the Silk Road Economic Belt and the 21st-Century Maritime Silk Road. The initiative calls for the integration of the region into a cohesive economic area through building infrastructure, increasing cultural exchanges, and broadening trade. This report conclude: Firstly, we introduce the brief history of one belt one road, it’s divided into Silk Road and Maritime Silk Road these two parts. Secondly, we talk about the establishment of Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank and the fund sources. Thirdly, we list the Silk Road and Maritime Silk Road benefits for China, which focuses on 13 key provinces along the OBOR routes and highlight some specific opportunities in each province. Finally, the report emphasizes the importance of China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) to both China and Pakistan. 

Welcome the related professional teachers or graduate students to take part in the forum. 

College of Economics and Management
May 11, 2017