COLLEGE PARK, Md., April 13, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- On April 15-16, 2015 the UMD School of Public Policy's Center for Public Policy and Private Enterprise will host the "3rd International Conference on Economics, Politics, and Security of China and the USA: Partnering for the 21st Century." The conference is scheduled to take place at the University of Maryland's Samuel L. Riggs Alumni Center, College Park, MD. The Program is scheduled to begin each day at 8:30A, and conclude at 5:00P. Please RSVP by Tuesday, April 14, via email at [email protected]
The conference is a joint collaboration between the University of Maryland, College Park and the National University of Defense Technology (NUDT), Changha, China. The objective of the collaboration and the conference is to conduct and present research on the US-Sino relationship with the goal of improving the overall bilateral relationship. The conference consists of experts from think-tanks, non-profits, private industry, and academia from all over the world to address essential issues for US/China, to include: defense, science and innovation, global cyber security, bilateral relationship, civil-military integration, etc.
For more information on the event and/or to request copies of the white papers presented, please contact Dawn Pulliam, Director of Outreach, Center for Public Policy and Private Enterprise, at 301.405.8258 or by email at [email protected]
The Center for Public Policy and Private Enterprise provides the strategic linkage between the public and private sector to develop and improve solutions to increasingly complex problems associated with the delivery of public services — a responsibility increasingly shared by both sectors. Operating at the nexus of public and private interests, the Center researches, develops, and promotes best practices; develops policy recommendations; and strives to influence senior decision-makers toward improved government and industry results. The Center for Public Policy and Private Enterprise is a research Center within the University of Maryland's School of Public Policy.
SOURCE University of Maryland Center for Public Policy and Private Enterprise