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Mass Media in the Age of Globalization 
Asian Economies: Regional and Global Relationships
02 Dec - 09 Dec, 2000
 Europe in the Global Community: Economics, Diplomacy, and Security

Faculty:
Frank Wisner (Co-Chair) - Vice Chairman, External Affairs, American International Group, New York
Shahid Burki  
Takatoshi Kato - Advisor to the President, Tokyo-Mitsubishi Bank; Former Vice Minister of Finance for International Affairs, Tokyo
Sang-Kyung Kwak - Professor of Economic and Dean of International Affairs, Graduate School of International Studies, Korea University; former Executive Member, Federal Reserve Board, Seoul
Justin Lin  
Shiu Sin Por  
Richard Solomon - President, United States Institute of Peace, Washington, DC
Arvind Virmani - Senior Economic Advisor, Ministry of Finance, New Delhi

Abstract:
As the Asia-Pacific region recovers from economic crisis, the area will again come to be seen as a global economic force analogous to North America and Europe. An outgrowth of the Seminar’s recent series, The Rise of Industrial East and Southeast Asia and Its Implications for the Developing World, this session will analyze the economic, political, and social/cultural factors contributing to the region’s economic recovery, and consider the area’s future as a world economic force. Particular attention will be paid to China’s recent economic growth and its role in Asia and globally; the emergence of India as a regional and global economic force; the future course of the Japanese and Korean economies; and the relationship between the three economic regions of East and Southeast Asia, North America, and Europe.

Discussion points will also include the possibility of an Asian free-trade area, the future of ASEAN and APEC; China’s effect on the world economy, and the question whether international organizations will now be forced to rethink their strategies in dealing with future economic crises.

Session Faculty

Justin Lin
 
Takatoshi Kato

 


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