The Opening Report Meeting of the National Social Science Fund Major Project "Research on the Reform of China's Budget Performance Management in the New Era"
(Correspondent: Zhao Na) On November 12, the opening report meeting of the National Social Science Foundation major project Research on China's Budget Performance Reform in the New Era with Professor Ma Caichen from the School of Economics of Nankai University as the chief expert was held in the School of Economics in the form of a combination of online and offline . From the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Chinese Academy of Fiscal Sciences, Renmin University of China, Central University of Finance and Economics, Henan University, Dongbei University of Finance and Economics, Capital University of Economics and Business, Beijing Technology and Business University, Yunnan University of Finance and Economics, Xi'an University of Finance and Economics, Tianjin University of Finance and Economics, Tianjin University of Technology More than 30 experts and team members from domestic universities and research institutions such as Nankai University attended the meeting. Professor Chen Jun, academician of the Chinese Academy of Sciences and vice president of Nankai University, attended the meeting and delivered a speech.
Professor Gao Peiyong, Vice President and Member of the Faculty of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Professor Yan Kun, Secretary of the Party Committee of the Institute of Finance of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Professor Tong Jiadong, Former Vice President of Nankai University, Professor Sheng Bin, Director of the Department of Humanities and Social Sciences and Dean of the School of Economics, Nankai University, Professor Wu Yanmin from the School of Finance, Taxation and Public Administration of Tianjin University of Finance and Economics, Professor Wang Min, Vice President of Yunnan University of Finance and Economics, and Professor Gu Cheng, Associate Dean of the School of Finance and Taxation of Dongbei University of Finance and Economics, served as review experts for the opening lecture.
First of all, Professor Chen Jun, Academician of the Chinese Academy of Sciences and Vice President of Nankai University, expressed a warm welcome to the participating experts and scholars on behalf of Nankai University and congratulated Professor Ma Caichen for successfully establishing the second major project of the National Social Science Fund with budget performance management as the research theme. This is of great significance to the construction of our school's financial research team.
Professor Ma Caichen, as the chief expert, gave a report on the topic and gave a systematic and comprehensive report on the background and significance of the topic research, problem solving and research ideas, overall research plan and current research progress. Subsequently, the sub-project leader Professor Zhang Zhichao, School of Economics, Nankai University, Professor Sun Tao, Dean of Zhou Enlai School of Government and Management, Nankai University, Professor Wang Yongjun of Central University of Finance and Economics, Professor Wang Zecai of the Chinese Academy of Fiscal Sciences, and Associate Professor Xie Bofeng of the School of Finance and Renmin University of China, respectively The research content and key points of each sub-topic are reported.
After listening to the report, the participating review experts made in-depth comments on the topic. In-depth discussions were conducted on the primary goals of the current budget performance management reform, the combination path of mid-term budget reform and budget performance management, and how to better improve the fiscal system reform to enhance policy accuracy. The topics were further combined with reform practice, Effectively solve practical problems and put forward specific requirements. The review experts agreed that the research on this subject focused on the use of financial funds, constructing a three-dimensional analysis framework for budget performance management based on horizontal, vertical and time dimensions, and using emerging technology tools such as big data and artificial intelligence to propose budget performance management The China Plan is practical and feasible. This subject research has important theoretical value and practical significance for building a modern fiscal system that matches the modernization of the national governance system and governance capabilities.