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The Society for the Analysis of Government and Economics, SAGE, aims to promote academic research in the subject of government and economics, including topics such as the incentives, behavior, and role of the government in an economy. The Society is a disinterested, academic organization avoiding political, social, commercial, or nationalistic bias. The inaugural co-presidents of SAGE are 2007 Nobel Laureate Harvard Professor Eric S. Maskin and Professor David Daokui Li of Tsinghua University. The Society has an open international membership from countries such as the United States, Europe, China, and other developing countries. The main activities of the Society include organizing academic conferences and publishing the Journal of Government and Economics (JGE), an academic journal specializing in studying the relationship between the government and the market economy.
SAGE Updates
The thirteenth volume of the Journal of Government and Economics (JGE) was released in spring 2024, with articles exploring a variety of topics in the...
On April 27, 2024, the Sixth Annual Conference of Government and Economics, co-hosted by the Society for the Analysis of Government and Economics (SAG...
The following is a summary of Dong Zhiyong's keynote address to attendees at the Sixth Annual Conference of Government and Economics held at Tsing...
The following is a summary of Ma Haitao's keynote address to attendees at the Sixth Annual Conference of Government and Economics held at Tsinghua...
Annual Meeting
On April 27, 2024, the Sixth Annual Conference of Gover...
On April 26, 2022, the Academic Center for Chinese Economic ...
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