The Central University of Finance and Economics (Beijing, China), the School of National Fiscal Development (China), the Institute of Health Finance and Economics (China) and Sciences Po (Paris, France) will organise a conference on “Population Aging: New Challenges for Public Policy”. The main objective of the conference is to contribute to a better understanding of the social, economic, political, organisational and financial implications of ageing both at individual and collective levels.
来自新加坡的Png Zhiheng校友2010年从巴政欧亚校区本科毕业。在本科第三年交换期间，他以优异的成绩取得到哈佛交换的机会。从巴政毕业后Zhiheng考入LSE进行硕士阶段学习。在回到新加坡财政部担任公务员之前，他还曾近在摩根斯坦利及初创电商公司Zalora工作。回顾巴政的经历，Zhiheng如是说： Singaporean students who head overseas for their undergraduate studies tend to choose English-speaking countries such as the USA and the UK out of familiarity and the common language, but I sought to get out of my comfort zone, learn a new language, and experience a culture that was less similar to the one I had grown up in. I decided to come to France on the basis of the quality of its top universities and the richness of its intellectual and cultural heritage. Having taken up a scholarship from the Government of Singapore tied to a future career in the Singapore Civil Service, Sciences Po, with its uniquely central place in France's political and administrative system, was a natural choice. Sciences Po's top-ranked interdisciplinary programme in the social sciences, global exposure offered through the third-year abroad, and strong track record of teaching, research, and graduate placement made it a compelling institution to be a part of.