Grant detail

„EU-China European Studies Centres Programme (ESCP)" (2005-2008)

Principal investigator: prof. Ing. Michal Mejstřík CSc.
Collaborators: doc. Ing. Ondřej Schneider MPhil., Ph.D.
Ing. Vilém Semerák M.A., Ph.D.
† prof. RNDr. Ing. František Turnovec CSc.
Description: Monography “European Integration, Structural Change and its Impact on European Foreign Policies” to be published both in Chinese and English is being finalized to complete succesful three-year interdisciplinary project of Charles University and East China Normal University, Shanghai. Within its frame also three longer-term stays of Czech participants were held in Shanghai and of Chinese in Prague. At the same time three workshops and number of short-time lecture and research visits were performed.



Enclosed there is a list of 17 top Chinese universities within ESCP and their 30 European partners universities (it includes number of top European universities covering the field of economics and European Studies (London School of Economics, Bath University, three universities in Paris, number of leading German universities etc.) The only Central- and Eastern European university participating at that unique EU project of ESCP in China was Charles University (faculty of Social Sciences) represented by prof.Michal Mejstrik (IES-Institute of Economic studies, director).

Due to succesful project prof. Mejstrik was invited as one of four European Universities representatives invited by Dr. Hans-Guenterem Wagnerem, European director of „EU-China European Studies Centres Programme", to participate at the ESCP final workshop (30.1.2008) and ESCP Final Closing Ceremony (31.1.2008) in Pekingu. According to Mr.Wagner „Charles University has played an important role in the ESCP project implemenation at one of our Chinese partners.“ It can be illustrated both by enclosed invited presentation of M.Mejstrik at ESCP Final workshop, but also by the final presentation of Dr Michaela Mechtholda at ESCP Final Closing Ceremony, who referred to the Czech experience when developing Chinese universities further.
Participation: doc.Běla Plechanovová (IPS a proděkanka FSV pro zahraniční styky), Ivana Okleštková, Tomáš Karásek (oba IPS), Ivo Šlosarčík (IMS),
Work in grant: Dokončují se závěrečné monografie “European Integration, Structural Change and its Impact on European Foreign Policies” v čínštině a angličtině, které završují tříletý úspěšný interdisciplinární projekt FSV-UK s East China Normal University, Shanghai. Vjeho rámci se uskutečnily i tři dlouhodobější vědeckopedagogické pobyty českých účastníků v Shanghaji a obdobně i čínských účastníků v Praze. Současně se uskutečnily střídavě i tři pracovní workshopy a řada krátkodobějších pobytů doplněných přednáškami.
Web link:
Finance: „EU-China European Studies Centres Programme (ESCP)" financed by EU
český výzkum dofinancován z výzkumného záměru MŠMT IES.
End date: 01.2008
Publications:

Banking reforms in China: International standards and Chinese specifics

Introduction to 欧盟一体化结构变迁与对外政策 (Oumeng yitihua jiagoubianqian yu duiwaizhengce)

Mejstrik M., Chytilova J.,Comparison of ESM - in Chinese, 2010

Mejstrik M., Yang Ye: Structural Changes in the Economies of CEE Countries - Implications for Foreign Policies, 欧盟一体化结构变迁与对外政策 (Oumeng yitihua jiagoubianqian yu duiwaizhengce)

Trends in Changes of National Economic Structures, Influence of European Social Models, and Policy Options – Part 2

Yang Ye, Mejstrik Michal et al. European Integration: Structural Changes and Their Influence on EU Diplomatic Policies, Karolinum Press, Prague 2010

Conferences:

European expertise in ESCP Final conference, Beijing 2008

Joint Workshop on European Integration, Structural Change and Its Impact on European Foreign Policies

The EU as a Global Player: Structural Changes, Perceptions and European Foreign Policies

The EU as a global player: structural changes,perceptions and European foreign policies, Shanghai 2007

Downloadable: ESCPparticipants 1
ESCPparticipants2
FinalESCPworkshop Shanghai
MechtholdESCP080131
Mejstrik ESin CEE080130
The closing ESCP ceremony

Partners

Deloitte

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CRIF
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