On May 7, 2022, the 5th China Management Science Frontier Forum and the Seminar on "Integrated Development of Digital Economy and Real Economy", jointly sponsored by SEM UCAS, MOE Social Science Lab of Digital Economics Forecasts and Policy Simulation at UCAS, and the journal of China Industrial Economics, were held online.
The opening ceremony of the forum was presided over by Professor Yongmiao Hong, Dean of SEM. junshe Dong, vice president of UCAS, and Dan Shi, director of the Institute of Industrial Economics of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences and editor-in-chief of China Industrial Economics, delivered welcoming speeches on behalf of the organizers.
Following the opening ceremony, 6 keynote speakers started their speeches. Fang Cai, the chief expert and member of the national think tank of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, gave a report entitled "Expanding the depth and breadth of resource allocation". Yongyi Qu, deputy director of the Institute of Industrial Economics of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, deputy editor-in-chief of China Industrial Economics, gave a report entitled "Chain leader of the industrial chain: the third model of industrial chain governance". Yonggui Wang, vice president the Capital University of Economics and Business, gave a report entitled "Research on the identification and selection of customized strategy types of manufacturing enterprises - from the perspective of digital empowerment". Yiping Huang, vice dean of the National School of Development of Peking University, gave a report entitled "Big tech companies, QR code payment and inclusive finance". Jiye Mao, former dean of Renmin Business School, gave a report entitled "Digital transformation and innovation of traditional enterprises". Shouyang Wang, former dean of SEM UCAS, gave a report entitled "On the coordinated development of industrial digitization and industrial greening".
Finally, Qizai Zhang, deputy director of the Institute of Industrial Economics of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences and deputy editor-in-chief of China Industrial Economics, made a concluding speech, pointing out that the digital economy poses new challenges to a series of problems such as economy, management, system and mechanism, and provides us with a rare historical opportunity to discover new problems and build new theories.
In the afternoon, 6 sub forums were held. 31 excellent papers were selected out of more than 200 papers to participate in the presentation. The sub forums focused on "Digitization and labor employment", "Micro impact of digitization", "Digital case study", "Digital platform" and "Macro impact of digital trade region".