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2nd Conference: Korea and the World Economy

Date
Aug. 1-2, 2003
Location
University of Washington, Seattle, USA

An International Conference of RCIE, AKES, and KDI



Korea and the World Economy, II

Seattle, August 1-2, 2003


 Pictures of the Days


 Final Version of the Program


 List of Participants


 Map of the Hotel and the UW Campus


 Papers Scheduled to Be Presented


 Accommodation



Organizers: Hee Yhon SongPresident, Association of the Korean Economic Studies(AKES)

Choong Soo Kim, President, Korea Development Institute (KDI)

Kar-yiu WongDirector, Research Center for International Economics(RCIE), University of Washington
Organizing Unit: Association of the Korean Economic Studies (AKES)

Korea Development Institute (KDI)

Research Center for International Economics (RCIE)
Program Committee: Kar-yiu Wong, University of Washington (co-chair)

Chung Mo Koo, Kangwon National University (co-chair)

Joshua Aizenman, University of California, Santa Cruz

Hong-Tack Chun, Korea Development Institute

Gary Hamilton, University of Washington

Lawrence Krause, University of California, San Diego

Jong Won Lee, Sungkyunkwan University

Peter Lloyd, University of Melbourne

Young Man Yoon, University of Incheon
Local Organizing Committee: Haideh Salehi-Esfahani, University of Washington (chair)

Geun Mee Ahn, University of Washington

Hansung Kim, University of Washington

Min Sun Kim, University of Washington

Jaerang Lee, University of Washington

Yuen Jong Liu, University of Washington

Il-Seok Yang, University of Washington
Host: Department of Economics, University of Washington
Sponsors: Consulate General of the Republic of Korea in Seattle
College of Arts and SciencesUW

International Studies ProgramUW
Global Business CenterUW

East Asia CenterUW

Korea Studies ProgramUW

Office of International Affairs, UW

Korea Economic Institute

The Korea Research Foundation

This is a sequel to a previous conference on the same theme held in Seoul, Korea, July 21-22, 2002.


Themes:  Theoretical and/or empirical papers on Korea, Asia-Pacific, and the world economy are being sought for presentation in the conference. Papers in the following areas are especially welcome:




  • the Korean economy and its external economic relations

  • trade, foreign investment, and the financial systems in Korea and Asia

  • inter-Korea economic relations and cooperation

  • intra-regional economic relations and regionalism in the Asia-Pacific region

  • the new WTO multilateral round of trade negotiation and East Asia

  • Asian economic growth and economic development

  • Asia and the world economy


Submission of Papers and Abstracts:  Economists, researchers, policy makers, and practitioners are invited to submit (via e-mail preferred but by mail possible) a draft of a paper or an extended abstracts (500+ words long), in English, for presentation consideration. Please include in a cover letter your name, affiliation, academic position, mail and e-mail addresses, and phone and fax numbers, by March 31, 2003 to (submission via e-mail is preferred):




  • for people in the U.S. and other places (except Korea): to Kar-yiu Wong, Department of Economics, University of Washington, Seattle, WA 98195-3330, U. S. A.<karyiu@u.washington.edu>

  • for people in Korea: to Chung Mo Koo, Faculty of Economics and International Trade, Kangwon National University, 192-1 Hyoja 2-dong, Chuncheon 200-701, Korea.<cmkoo@kangwon.ac.kr>


Please indicate that in your letter if your paper had been presented in another conference or has been accepted for publication. If a paper is accepted, its completed version for presentation is due June 30, 2003.


Discussants and Chairs: People interested in discussing a paper and/or chairing a session should contact us.


Registration Fees: US$100 (or US$40 for students if approved). Participants from developing countries can apply for waiving the fee.


Publication:  All papers related to the Korean economy will be invited to be submitted for publication consideration in a special issue of Journal of the Korean Economy, the English journal of the Association of the Korean Economic Studies.


People who want to participate without presenting a paper are also welcome. Registration will be required.




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