Crises, Economy, and State: China and Its East Asian Neighbours

[국제학술워크샵] Crises, Economy, and State: China and Its East Asian Neighbours 제목: Crises, Economy, and State: China and Its East Asian Neighbours 일시: 2010년 9월 6일 (월) – 9월 7일 (화) 장소: 서울대 호암교수회관 컨벤션 센터 프로그램 Monday, 6 September Venue: Water Lily Room, Hoam Faculty House, Seoul National University

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2010년 9월 6일 - 9:00 am

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2010년 9월 7일 - 1:00 pm

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[국제학술워크샵] Crises, Economy, and State: China and Its East Asian Neighbours

제목: Crises, Economy, and State: China and Its East Asian Neighbours
일시: 2010년 9월 6일 (월) – 9월 7일 (화)
장소: 서울대 호암교수회관 컨벤션 센터

프로그램
Monday, 6 September
Venue: Water Lily Room, Hoam Faculty House, Seoul National University
9.00 ? 9.30am Registration
9.30 ? 9.45am Welcome remarks
Prof Hyun-Chin Lim, Asia Centre, Seoul National University
Prof Terence Gomez, Institute of China Studies, University of Malaya
Prof Nicholas Tarling, New Zealand Asia Institute, University of Auckland
9.45 ? 11.30am Session 1
Chair: Prof Terence Gomez, University of Malaya
Speaker 1: Prof Nicholas Tarling, University of Auckland
Crises past and present: The political context
Speaker 2: Prof Cheong Kee Cheok, University of Malaya
Managing during Crises – China and Southeast Asia
from the Great Depression to the Global Financial Crisis:
Some Thoughts on Research

11.45 ? 1.00pm Session 2
Chair: Dr Xin Chen, University of Auckland
Speaker 1: Prof Jin-Ho Jang, Gwangju Institute of Science
and Technology
The financialisation of the South Korean
developmental state
Speaker 2: Prof Ken Jackson, University of Auckland
The global crisis and Asian transition economies:
Myths and Reality
2.30 ? 3.45pm Session 3
Chair: Prof Nicholas Tarling, University of Auckland
Speaker 1: Prof Il-Joon Chung, Korea University
Neoliberal Governmentality in action: South Korea
after crisis
Speaker 2: Dr Hsin-Huang Michael Hsiao, Academia Sinica, Taiwan
Taiwan business in Southeast Asia and China

4.00 ? 5.15pm Session 4
Chair: Prof Mannsoo Shin, Korea University
Speaker 1: Prof Terence Gomez, University of Malaya
Chinese diaspora & enterprise development in local &
ansnational perspective
Speaker 2: Dr Charles Johnston, Auckland University of Technology
Mana thru mobility ? the next level of tourism from China
New Zealand

Tuesday, 7 September

9.00 ? 10.45am Session 5
Chair: Prof Cheong Kee Cheok, University of Malaya
Speaker 1: Prof Mannsoo Shin, Korea University
and Prof Kyunam Kim, Kyungin Women’s College
A comparison of Korean outward FDI between China
and Southeast Asia: Trends and implications
Speaker 2: Prof Natalia Subagyo, University of Indonesia
Development models: A comparative study of
Southeast Asia and China
Speaker 3: Prof John Ravenhill, Australian National University
Global crisis: Development models and the role of the state

11.00 ?12.30pm Session 6
Chair: Prof Ken Jackson, University of Auckland
Speaker 1: Dr Xin Chen, University of Auckland
Growth and crises: China’s internal discussions
on balanced development
Speaker 2: Prof Suk-Man Hwang, Changwon National University
Can development state survive?
Speaker 3: Dr M. Satish Kumar, Queen’s University Belfast
Challenges of emerging market economies to
run-away globalisation: The case of India

12.30 ? 1.00pm Session 7
Chairs: Prof Terence Gomez, University of Malaya
(University of Indonesia)
Discussion: Planning for Workshop II
Planning for publication of proceedings
Other related research and funding sources:
Conclusion: Prof Hyun-Chin Lim, Seoul National University

     

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