“法治与信用”国际研讨会议程

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    间:9月23日(周六)全天
    点:上海交通大学凯原法学院203会议室
指导单位:上海市发展和改革委员会、上海市社会信用建设办公室
    办:上海交通大学凯原法学院、华东政法大学经济法学院、上海市法学会银行法律实务研究中心
    办:上海交通大学互联网金融法治创新研究中心、华东政法大学法治中国建设研究中心、腾讯科技(深圳)有限公司知识产权部、美国法律与国际事务学会(FLIA)
工作语言:中文、英文、会议全程配备中英文同声传译
 
 
开幕式
(9:00-9:15)
 
上海市发展和改革委员会社会信用推进处处长赵瑞颖 致辞
上海交通大学凯原法学院院长、教授季卫东 致辞
 
9:15-9:25 集体照
 
 
第一单元: 社会信用立法的现状与展望
(9:25-10:40 发言人每人15分钟,与谈人15分钟)
 
主持人:谢海定  《法学研究》编辑部主任、编审
1、信用治理与权益保护
发言人:罗培新  上海市人民政府法制办副主任
2、构建社会治理和市场经济建设的基本规则——《上海市社会信用条例》解析
发言人:张    上海市人民代表大会财政经济委员会办公室副主任
3、简评《上海市社会信用条例》
发言人:孙晓义(Flora Sapio)  法律与国际事务学会委员、澳大利亚国立大学研究员
与谈人:
    华东政法大学法治中国建设研究中心副研究员
提问与互动:15分钟
 
  第二单元:全球视野下的信用制度及其实践
(10:40-11:40 发言人每人10分钟)
 
主持人:陈    上海市法学会银行法律实务研究中心主任
1、上海市社会信用建设、运作与应用概括
发言人:赵晓峰 上海市发展和改革委员会社会信用推进处副处长
2、美国信用制度概况及其实际运作
发言人:王可任  法律与国际事务学会学者、宾夕法尼亚州立大学博士研究生
3、芝麻信用信用评分体系与应用情况
发言人:聂正军  蚂蚁金服首席隐私官
4、问题网贷平台案例分析
发言人:石鹏峰  网贷之家联合创始人
提问与互动:20分钟
 
 
11:45-13:20 午间工作餐
 
 
  第三单元:社会信用与全球治理
(13:30-14:45 发言人每人15分钟,与谈人15分钟)
 
主持人:童之伟  华东政法大学教授、法治中国建设研究中心负责人
1、规制、评估与奖励:西方是否存在社会信用制度?
发言人:白珂(Larry Catá Backer)  宾州州立大学法学院与国际事务学院教授
2、全球化视野中的社会信用制度——社会信用的欧洲变体与规范秩序的全球化复兴
发言人:孙晓义(Flora Sapio)  法律与国际事务学会委员、澳大利亚国立大学研究员
3、检察机关推进社会信用体系建设研究——以南通市通州区为例
发言人:张    南通市通州区人民检察院研究室助理检察员
与谈人:
    上海财经大学法学院副院长、副教授
提问与互动:15分钟
 
14:45-15:00 茶歇
 
  第四单元:社会信用与市场经济
(15:00-16:15 发言人每人15分钟,与谈人每人15分钟)
 
主持人:贾希凌  华东政法大学经济法学院副教授、金融法教研室主任
1、企业信用的价值:来自公司债券市场的证据
发言人:陆海天  香港理工大学会计及金融学院副主任、终身教授,香港理工大学可持续经济与创业金融研究中心署理主任
2、大数据时代的商事信用
发言人:赵    中国社会科学院法学所副研究员
3、大数据时代个人信用征信存在的问题及其规制逻辑
发言人:张继红  上海对外经贸大学法学院副教授
与谈人:
张明申  中国人民银行上海总部法律处处长
提问与互动:15分钟
 
  第五单元:社会信用建设中的个人信息保护问题
(16:15-17:30 发言人每人15分钟,与谈人每人15分钟)
 
主持人:许多奇  上海交通大学凯原法学院教授、互联网金融法治创新研究中心主任
1、欧洲的个人信息保护:一个初步的概述
发言人:Manuel Delmestro 辅仁大学比较法与欧洲法教授
2、政府大数据应用中的法律问题研究
发言人:鲍晓晔  上海师范大学商学院讲师
3、信息人与社会信用——中国个人信息保护立法的困境与对策
发言人:孙    华东政法大学法治中国建设研究中心副研究员
与谈人:
    益博睿商业信息咨询(北京)有限公司征信监管事务部经理
提问与互动:15分钟
 
闭幕式
(17:30-17:50
 
总结发言:白珂(Larry Catá Backer)  宾州州立大学法学院与国际事务学院教授
致闭幕词:许多奇  上海交通大学凯原法学院教授、互联网金融法治创新研究中心主任
 
 

International Symposium on Rule of Law & Credit System
 
Saturday, September 23, 2017
Room 203, Law School, Shanghai Jiaoong University
 
Guided by
Shanghai Reform and Development Commission
Shanghai Public Credit Information Service Center
 
Presented by
Shanghai Jiao Tong University KoGuan School of Law
East China University of Political Science and Law School of Economic Law
Shanghai Law Academy Research Center for Banking Law Practice
Shanghai Jiao Tong University Research Center for Internet Law Innovation
East China University of Political Science and Law Research Center for Rule of Law
The Intellectual Property Office of Tencent Holdings Limited
The Foundation for Law and International Affairs
 
 
 
Working Languages
Chinese & English
           (Simultaneous interpretation will be provided throughout the conference)
 
 
Agenda
 
Opening Remarks (9:00-9:15am)
 
Ruiying Zhao (Director, Social Credit Promotion Office, Shanghai Reform and Development Commission)
          Weidong Ji (Professor & Dean, )
 
Group Photo (9:15-9:25am)
 
Panel 1 (9:25-10:40am)
Social Credit Legislation: The Status Quo and the Future
 
Moderator:
 
 Haiding Xie (Editor & Deputy Director, Chinese Journal of Law)
 
Participants: (15 minutes per presentation)
 
1. Peixin Luo (Deputy Director, Legislative Affairs Office of Shanghai Municipal People's Government): “Credit and the of (Chinese)”
2. Zhen Zhang (Deputy Director, Office of Finance and Economic Committee, Shanghai Municipal People's Congress): “The Principal Rules of the Construction of Social Governance and the Market Economy –– An Analysis of the Shanghai Municipal Social Credit Regulations (Chinese)
3. Flora Sapio (Board Member, Foundation for Law and International Affairs; Research Fellow, Australia National University): “A Commentary on the Shanghai Social Credit Regulations (English)”
 
Commenter: (15 minutes)
 
Ping Sun (Associate Research Fellow, East China University of Political Science and Law Research Center for Rule of Law)
 
Q&A (15 minutes)
 
Panel 2 (10:40-11:40am)
The System and Practice of Credit in the Global Context
 
Moderator:
 
Sheng Chen (Director, Shanghai Law Academy Research Center for Banking Law Practice)
 
Participants: (10 minutes per presentation)
 
1. Xiaofeng Zhao (Deputy Director, Information Center of the Shanghai Development and Reform Commission): “The Development, Operation, and Practice of the Social Credit System in Shanghai (Chinese)”
2. Keren Wang (FLIA Scholar; Penn State University PhD Candidate): “The System and Practice of the US Credit System (Chinese)”
3. Zhengjun Nie (Chief Privacy Officer, Ant Financial Services Group): “The Credit Rating System and Operation of Ant Financial Services (Chinese)”
4. Pengfeng Shi (Co-founder, wdzj.com): “Case Analysis on the Problematic Online Loan Platform (Chinese)”
 
Q&A (20 minutes)
 
Lunch (11:45am-1:20pm)
 
Panel 3 (1:30-2:45pm)
The Social Credit System and Global Governance
 
Moderator:
 
Zhiwei Tong (Professor, East China University of Political Science and Law; Director, China University of Political Science and Law Research Center for Rule of Law)
 
Participants: (15 minutes per presentation)
 
1. Larry Catá Backer (W. Richard and Mary Eshelman Faculty Scholar and Professor of Law and International Affairs, Pennsylvania State University; Board Member, Foundation for Law and International Affairs): “Measuring, Assessment and Reward: Are there Social Credit Systems in the West? (English)”
2. Flora Sapio (Board Member, Foundation for Law and International Affairs; Research Fellow, Australia National University): “Social Credit Systems in a Globalizing Perspective –– European variants of social credit, and the rejuvenation of a normative order for globalization (English)”
3. Tao Zhang (Assistant Procurator, People’s Procuratorate of Tongzhou District, Nantong City): “A Study on the Role of the People’s Procuratorate in the Construction of Social Credit System –– Taking Tongzhou District of Nantong City as an Example (Chinese)”
 
Commenter: (15 minutes)
 
Ling Hu (Associate Professor & Associate Dean, Shanghai University of Finance and Economics)
 
Q&A : (15minutes)
 
Coffee Break (2:45-3:00pm)
 
Panel 4 (3pm- 4:15pm)
Social Credit and the Market Economy
 
Moderator:
 
Xiling Jia (Associate Professor & Director of Teaching and Research Center of Financial Law, East China University of Politics and Law School of Economic Law)
 
Participants: (15 minutes/presentation)
 
1. Haitian Lu (Professor & Associate Head, School of Accounting and Finance, Hong Kong Polytechnic University; Director, the Center for Economic Sustainability and Entrepreneurial Finance (CESEF) at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University): “The Value of Corporate Credit: Evidence from the Corporate Bond Market (Chinese)”
2. Lei Zhao (Associate Research Fellow, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences Law Institute): “Commercial Credit in the Big Data Era (Chinese)”
3. Jihong Zhang (Associate Professor, School of Law, Shanghai University of International Business and Economics): “The Problems and Regulatory Logic of Individual Credit Checks in the Big Data Era (Chinese)”
 
Commenter: (15 minutes)
 
Mingshen Zhang (Director, Legal Office of People's Bank of China)
 
Q&A: (15 minutes)
 
Panel 5 (4:15-5:30pm)
Personal Date Protection in the Social Credit System
 
Moderator:
 
Duoqi Xu (Professor, ; Director, Research Center for Internet Law Innovation)
 
Participants: (15 minutes/presentation)
 
1. Manuel Delmestro (Professor of Comparative and EU Law at Furen University, Taiwan): “Protecting Personal Information in the EU: a Preliminary Overview (English)”
2. Xiaoye Bao (Lecturer, Shanghai Normal University Business School): “Study on the Legal Matters of the Application of Governmental Big Data (Chinese)
3. Ping Sun (Associate Research Fellow, East China University of Political Science and Law Research Center for Rule of Law): “the Informational Person and Social Credits: The Dilemma of Legislation on Data Protection and its Solutions for China (Chinese)
 
Commenter: (15 minutes)
 
Na Peng (Manager of Credit Regulatory Affairs, Experian Business Information Consulting (Beijing) Co., Ltd)
 
Q&A (15 minutes)
 
Closing Remarks (5:30-5:50pm)
 
Conference Recap:
 
 Larry C. Backer (W. Richard and Mary Eshelman Faculty Scholar and Professor of Law and International Affairs, Pennsylvania State University; Board Member, Foundation for Law and International Affairs)
 
Closing Remark:
 
Duoqi Xu (Professor, ; Director, Research Center for Internet Law Innovation)
 
 

 
(In alphabetical order)
(Deputy Director, Legislative Affairs Office of Shanghai Municipal People's Government)Song, Xiangjin (Deputy Chief Judge, Financial Tribunal of Shanghai High People's CourtZhao, Ruiying (Director, Social Credit Promotion Office, Shanghai Reform and Development Commission)Zhao, Xiaofeng (Deputy Director, Information Center of the Shanghai Development and Reform Commission)Zhang, Mingshen (Director, Legal Office of People's Bank of China)Zhang, Tao (Assistant Procurator, People’s Procuratorate of Tongzhou District, Nantong City)Zhang, Zhen (Deputy Director, Office of Finance and Economic Committee, Shanghai Municipal People's Congress)
Chinese Scholars (In alphabetical order)
Bao, Xiaoye (Lecturer, Shanghai Normal University Business School)Chen, Sheng (Director, Shanghai Law Academy Research Center for Banking Law Practice)Duan, Ming (PhD Candidate, Law School of Xiangtan University)Feng, Mingjie (General Manager, Department of Financial Compliance, Tencent Holdings Limited)Gao, Guoliang (Lecturer, Changzhou University Shiliang School of Law)Hu, Ling (Associate Professor & Associate Dean, Shanghai University of Finance and Economics)Ji, Weidong (Professor & Dean, Shanghai  University Koguan School of Law)Jia, Xiling (Associate Professor & Director of Teaching and Research Center of Financial Law, East China University of Politics and Law School of Economic Law)
Nie, Zhengjun (Chief Privacy Officer, Ant Financial Services Group)Peng, Na (Manager of Credit Regulatory Affairs, Experian Business Information Consulting (Beijing) Co., Ltd)Shi, Pengfeng (Co-founder, wdzj.com)Sun, Ping (Associate Research Fellow, East China University of Political Science and Law Research Center for Rule of Law)Tong, Zhiwei (Professor, East China University of Political Science and Law; Director, China University of Political Science and Law Research Center for Rule of Law)
Xie, Haiding (Editor & Deputy Director, Chinese Journal of Law)Xu, Duoqi (Professor, Shanghai University Kouan School of Law; Director, Shanghai  University Research Center for Internet Law Innovation)Zhao, Lei (Associate Research Fellow, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences Law Institute)Zhang, Jihong (Associate Professor, School of Law, Shanghai University of International Business and Economics)Zhang, Shuchen (Director, Department of Credit Law Compliance, Tencent Holdings Limited)Zhang, Youping (Lecturer, Xiangtan University School of Credit Risk Management)
 
Backer, Larry Catá (W. Richard and Mary Eshelman Faculty Scholar and Professor of Law and International Affairs, Pennsylvania State University; Board Member, Foundation for Law and International Affairs)Hu, Haitian (Professor & Associate Head, School of Accounting and Finance, Hong Kong Polytechnic University; Director, the Center for Economic Sustainability and Entrepreneurial Finance (CESEF) at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University)Sapio, Flora (Board Member, Foundation for Law and International Affairs; Research Fellow, Australia National University)Delmestro, Manuel (Professor of Comparative and EU Law at Furen University, Taiwan)Wang, Keren (FLIA ; Penn State University PhD Candidate)
 

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