« Peut-on moderniser les systèmes de primes dans les entreprises chinoises pour parvenir à un management plus performant économiquement et socialement ? »

Le Centre Franco-chinois de l’université Tsinghua a le plaisir de vous inviter à la présentation de Tang Ziyuan et de Jean Ruffier :

Tang Ziyuan

Doctorant au Centre de recherche en sciences de gestion Magellan de l’iae School of Management, Université Jean Moulin Lyon 3

Jean Ruffier

Professeur au Centre de recherche en sciences de gestion Magellan de l’iae School of Management, Université Jean Moulin Lyon 3

Discutant : Meng Quan, maître de conférences en sociologie du travail à la Capital University of Economics and Business

« Peut-on moderniser les systèmes de primes dans les entreprises chinoises pour parvenir à un management plus performant économiquement et socialement ? »

La Chine a connu un décollage qui a sorti plus de 400 millions de personnes de l’extrême pauvreté en une trentaine d’année. Ce développement s’est appuyé sur une industrie exportatrice de production de masse. Il n’a été possible qu’en reproduisant une organisation de type taylorien. Au bout de ces trente ans de croissance, l’augmentation du coût du travail et le rejet croissant du taylorisme obligeraient les entreprises chinoises à modifier en profondeur leur organisation du travail. Les auteurs ont fait le constat qu’en Chine, l’adaptation de la méthode socio-économique posait des problèmes de compétences, mais aussi, éventuellement, des problèmes politiques. A la suite d’un travail d’observation et d’analyse des coûts cachés dans plusieurs établissements de la ville de Tianjin (port maritime le plus proche de Pékin), un travail d’enquête-action a été engagé sur l’application du système de production Lean comme solution organisationnelle. A Tianjin, le système Lean est différent de son modèle japonais ; il en découle des dysfonctionnements spécifiques. L’idée de cette recherche est d’étudier la question des primes personnelles et collectives existantes afin de voir s’il n’est pas possible de parvenir à une amélioration de la performance économique et sociale en conditionnant l’obtention de ces primes à l’atteinte d’objectifs spécifiques et dont le mode de détermination optimal fait partie des finalités de cette étude.

Jeudi 8 septembre 2016, de 10h à 12h

Université Tsinghua, Mingzhai Building, salle 349A

Presentation of Léo Kloeckner, « Social and political uses of visual ephemeras in contemporary China », May 24 2016

The Tsinghua University Sino-French Research Centre is pleased to invite you to the following presentation (in English) :

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Léo Kloeckner

PhD Student at Paris 1 – Panthéon Sorbonne University                     His researches are at the intersection of urban studies and visual studies

« Social and political uses of visual ephemeras in contemporary China »

Visual materials displayed on city walls, whether they be commercial advertisement or political propaganda, reflect the urban context in which they fit, and more specifically they make visible the ways social groups produce, appropriate, commit and imagine urban space, because they themselves are by definition cultural products. Covered with signs of all kinds, painted with characters, plastered with banners, billboards, panels, posters and images, Chinese cities walls embody, within urban space itself, the deep transformations urban China is undergoing. In post-Mao China, since the beginnings of the Reforms and Opening and the transition to a market economy with socialist characteristics, visual ephemeras have flourished on city walls. Léo Kloeckner will analyze and question the presence of these visual ephemeras in Chinese cities, focusing on the case of the capital city, Beijing.

Tuesday, May 24, 2016, from 10:30 am to 12:30 am

Tsinghua University Mingzhai Building, Room 337

Presentation of Nathalie Mingboupha, « Hyphenated-Chinese in China:Western born second generation overseas Chinese’s ethnic ‘return’ migration to China », December 15 2015

The Tsinghua University Sino-French Research Centre is pleased to invite you to the following presentation (in English) :

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PhD candidate at at the School of East Asian Studies, University of Sheffield, and recipient of the CEFC short-term mobility grant for doctoral research

« Hyphenated-Chinese in China:Western born second generation overseas Chinese’s ethnic ‘return’ migration to China »

This research project explores the ethnic “return” migration of second generation overseas Chinese born in Western countries to their ancestral homeland, China. With the purpose of understanding how their​ ​ »​homecoming »​ ​experiences and success or failure to integrate socially and culturally into the ancestral homeland’ society leads to the re-evaluation of their identity, Nathalie Mingboupha hypothesizes that this highly-skilled migrant group’s definitions of self and home evolve along with their transition from being a racial minority in their birth country to a cultural minority in their ethnic homeland. Resting upon qualitative methods combining the use of primary and secondary sources (mostly semi-structured in-depth interviews and document analyses), the ​aim of this research is to uncover this migrant group’s multifaceted identities through their migration stories.

Tuesday, December 15, 2015, from 2pm to 4pm

Tsinghua University Mingzhai Building, Room 349A

Liu Jifeng, « The Passing of Glory: Urban Development, Local Politics, and Christianity on Gulangyu Island, Xiamen », November 23 2015

The Tsinghua University Sino-French Research Centre is pleased to invite you to the following presentation (in Chinese) :

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PhD candidate in sociology at Leiden University Centre for the Study of Religion and recipient of the CEFC short-term mobility grant for doctoral research

« The Passing of Glory: Urban Development, Local Politics, and Christianity on Gulangyu Island, Xiamen »
« 逝去的荣耀:城市发展、地方政治与厦门鼓浪屿的基督教 »

After the defeat of Qing government in the First Opium War, Xiamen was forcibly opened to the outside world as a trading port. At the same time, Christianity entered. As increasingly more westerners came, Gulangyu was thrust into a Western-led modernization process, in which Christianity played a major role in reshaping the sociocultural context of the island. Trinity Church, built in 1934, was a witness to the prosperity of Christianity on this island. Despite the harsh repression during Mao’s political campaigns, Trinity Church survived and revived after its reopening in the late 1970s. However, the church was doomed to decline because of the state-led commercialization driven by the development of tourism on the island. As Gulangyu experienced rapid social, cultural, and demographic changes, Christianity on the island in general and Trinity Church in particular were inevitably affected. This research, based on ethnography of Trinity Church, reveals the fate of Christianity on the changing island.

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Monday, November 23, 2015, from 14:00 to 16:00

Tsinghua University Mingzhai Building, Room 337

Wang Zhaohui, « China’s Exchange Rate Policy Making in the 21st Century: Theoretical Framework and Empirical Studies », September 24, 2015

The Tsinghua University Sino-French Research Centre organised the following presentation (in English) :

Wang Zhaohui
PhD candidate at the University of Warwick
and recipient of the CEFC short-term mobility grant for doctoral research

« China’s Exchange Rate Policy Making in the 21st Century: Theoretical Framework and Empirical Studies »

Discussant : Prof. Bao Jianyun
Director of International Political Economy Research Centre
and Deputy Director of International Politics Department at
Renmin University

Thursday, September 24, 2015, from 14:00 to 16:00

Tsinghua University Mingzhai Building, Room 337

Chayma Boda, « Righteous actions in Chinese public space and the history of their treatment by the government », September 15, 2015

The Tsinghua University Sino-French Research Centre organised the following presentation (in English) :

Chayma Boda
PhD candidate at the School for Higher Studies in Social Sciences, Paris

« Righteous actions” in Chinese public space and the history of their treatment by the government

Tuesday, September 15, 2015, from 2pm to 4pm

Tsinghua University
Mingzhai Building, Room 337

Presentation of Chen Fangfei – « Study employees of Chinese photojournalism: life stories and the Cultural Revolution » – December 11th 2014

The Sino-French research center of the University of Tsinghua is pleased to invite you to the presentation (in English) of

Chen Fangfei
PhD candidate in History at the University of Essex, UK
Recipient of the CEFC short-term mobility grant for doctoral research

« Study employees of the Chinese photojournalism: life stories and the Cultural Revolution »

Thursday 11th December 2014, from 2 PM to 4 PM
Tsinghua University, Mingzhai Bulding, room 337

Please confirm your presence at: contact@beijing-cfc.org

Présentation de Marie Bellot – « Le concept d’espace intermédiaire à l’épreuve du terrain chinois » – 2 décembre 2014

Dans le cadre de son séminaire doctoral, le Centre franco-chinois vous invite à une présentation (en français) de

Marie Bellot
Doctorante à l’Université Lyon 2
Lauréate de l’aide à la mobilité du CEFC

« Le concept d’espace intermédiaire à l’épreuve du terrain chinois »

Mardi 2 décembre 2014, de 14h à 16h
Université Tsinghua, bâtiment Mingzhai, salle 337

Réponse attendue sur: contact@beijing-cfc.org

Presentation of Anastas Vangeli – « Non-democratic Elites as Political Innovators » – November 5th 2014

The Sino-French research center of the University of Tsinghua is pleased to invite you to the presentation (in English) of

Anastas Vangeli
PhD student at the Graduate School for Social Research, Warsaw, Poland
Recipient of the CEFC short-term mobility grant for doctoral research

« Non-democratic Elites as Political Innovators: Trajectories of Change and Convergence in China and Eastern Europe »

Wednesday, November 5th 2014, from 2PM to 4PM

Tsinghua University, Mingzhai Building, room 337