The 5th Management Science Informatization and Economic Innovation Development Conference (MSIEID 2023)




A. Prof. Yunhong Zhang

South China Agricultural University, China

Speech Title: Chinese style modernization in the process of urban and rural integration policy pilot

Abstract: The essence of Chinese-style modernization requires the realization of common prosperity for all people. How to narrow the gap between urban and rural areas and realize urban-rural integration is the key to common prosperity. In order to gradually and steadily promote the common development of urban and rural areas, the state has established 11 pilot areas for urban-rural integration in the form of pilot policies, and local pilot areas for urban-rural integration are also being carried out. Can pilot policies promote Urban-Rural integration? How to push? How's the push? This is the core issue of this speech.


Prof. Abdul Rauf

Nanjing University of Information Science and Technology, China

Research Area: Economics and Finance (Energy economics, Environment Economics issues, and financial markets)

Brief introduction: 

Prof. Abdul Rauf  is a professor of Nanjing University of Information Science and Technology. My mission is to take in-depth study in the field of Economics and Finance (Energy economics, Environment Economics issues, and financial markets) to cope with the market dynamism and predict the behavioral flow.   Secure   a professional position in the appropriate field of a dynamic and reputed institution to contribute my knowledge and skills towards the progress of an institution, with opportunities for growth and research advancement. My interests: Economics, Finance, Financial Development and Investment, Environmental Policy & Law, Energy Economics, Low carbonization, Belt & Road Initiative.

Speech Title: The Key to Sustainable Progress: Evaluating the Dynamic Impacts of Tourism Development, Energy Consumption, and Transportation on Environmental Sustainability-An Insights from Chinese Provinces

Abstract: Indeed, China is enacting a dominant role in the world’s economic growth, but the commencement of the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) has mainly increased its importance more significantly around the world. Recently, the emergence of the tourism industry is considered as an alternative for sustainable economic and ecological development, which is an ironic weapon.  Although, China is promoting tourism in various regions under "The New Normal" phase, however, it needs to address proactively the dismantling challenges for the environment. The funda-mental objective of the on-hand study is to determine the long run affiliation between tourism development, economic progress, transportation, energy consumption, value-added hotel and catering services with environmental degradation (CO2) for the panel of thirty (30) provinces of China over the period of 1995-2017. Primarily, we applied the CD test for investigating the cross-dependence, subsequently conventional and CD-based panel unit root tests (CIPS) are carried out to deal with the stationary puzzle of panel series. The results of dynamics panel DOLS, FMOLS, and PMG indicated that transportation, energy consumption, value-added hotel, and catering service have a strong positive association with carbon emission, but tourism development have mixed nature links with ecological degradation. Additionally, the causative-based test advocated a bi-directional association of tourism development, transportation, economic progress, and energy consumption with environmental quality. The landscape of retrieved estimates conferred few guidelines under the presence of BRI projects to the Chinese administration at the provincial and national level, initiating the renewable-based energy projects which may gist to decline the use of fossil fuel-based energy in industry, transportation, and hotels and catering sectors. Furthermore, the prevalent compliance of green investment in provinces may impulse the scale of economic progress and tourism development without worsening the atmosphere.


A. Prof. Peng Qi

Xi 'an Jiaotong University, China

Speech Title: Research on the docking between China’s digital trade development and DEPA legal rules


China's joining of DEPA is an important action under the new development pattern. It can build a network of digital trading partners, increase the stickiness of digital trade within ASEAN, and demonstrate China's open, innovative and inclusive development concept. It is also an important measure to hedge against the US “Indo-Pacific Economic Framework” and promote global digital economic governance. At present, DEPA research mainly focuses on personal data protection and European and American regional economic and trade rules. There is a lack of research on the connection between China's digital trade development and DEPA legal rules. Therefore, it is necessary to interpret the current status and experience of the operation of digital trade rules and DEPA module rules in different countries and regions through comparative research, case analysis and other methods. In order to establish legal rules for digital trade with Chinese characteristics that are compliant, efficient, and integrated inside and outside the market, improve the level of digital trade facilitation, and establish a broader environment of trust, legal rules will be improved from the aspects of revision of original rules, improvement of current rules, and innovation in emerging directions.