University of Hong Kong
Papers for presentation may be theoretical or empirical, and do not necessarily have to be directly related to any Asian country although studies of Asian economies and papers with policy analysis and implications that can be applied to Asia will be particularly welcome.
The workshop, which will be held on the campus of City University of Hong Kong, will be conducted in a participant-friendly way in order to provide ample opportunities to participants for constructive discussions and interactions.
Subject to availability, office space will be provided to overseas participants during the week of the workshop.
If interested, please send an abstract --- a paper is preferred --- to Kar-yiu Wong, Department of Economics, University of Washington, Seattle, WA 98195-3330, U.S.A. by March 31, 2000. Submission by e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org) is preferred. Please enclose with your submission a cover letter stating your name, affiliation, academic position, address, phone and fax numbers, and e-mail address. Upon acceptance, a complete paper will be due on June 10, 2000.
There is no publication plan for the papers presented in this workshop, but papers with policy implications are welcome to be submitted to special issues of the World Economy edited by Eden Yu, Linda Ng, and Tuan Chyau. Please contact Eden Yu for more details.
People attending the workshop are welcome to participate in a conference on "Greater China and the World Economy," which will be held at City University of Hong Kong just before the workshop, July 17-18, 2000. Please click here for more information.
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