An International Conference

Asian Crisis, III: 
The Crisis and the Recovery

University of Tokyo, July 17-18, 2001

Pictures of the Days
Program
Map of the conference room
Papers for Presentation
List of Participants
Local Accommodation and local transportation

Asian Crisis
China and WTO
Sponsors: Japanese Government Ministry of Education Aid for Science Research on Priority Area (B)
Faculty of Economics, University of Tokyo
Center for International Research on the Japanese Economy, University of Tokyo
Research Center for International Economics, City University of Hong Kong and University of Washington
Program Committee: Shin-ichi Fukuda, University of Tokyo
Kar-yiu Wong, University of Washington
Richard Y. K. Ho, City University of Hong Kong
Local Organizer: Eiji Ogawa, Hitotsubashi University

This is the third one of the conference series on the Asian crisis, 1997. (For information about the previous two conferences held in Seattle, please visit http://faculty.washington.edu/karyiu/) Papers that analyze the causes and effects of the crisis, and the recent recovery of these countries are most welcome. Papers for presentation can be either theoretical or empirical. 

If interested, please send by January 31, 2001 a draft of your paper (or an extended abstract 300 500  words), together with your name, mailing and e-mail addresses, phone and fax numbers, affiliation and academic position to (e-mail submission is preferred):

  1. for people in Japan: Shin-ichi Fukuda, Faculty of Economics, University of Tokyo, 7-3-1 Hongo Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo 113-0033, JAPAN <sfukuda@e.u-tokyo.ac.jp>

  2. for people in other places: Kar-yiu Wong, Department of Economics, University of Washington, Seattle, WA 98195-3330, USA <karyiu@u.washington.edu>.

If a paper is accepted, a version for presentation will be due on May 15, 2001.

While participants are encouraged to find their own resources for traveling and accommodation, partial travel subsidies are available to a limited number of participants. If you need a subsidy, please state the amount requested and the lowest round-trip airfare between your city and Tokyo.  

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Alternatively, please write to karyiu@u.washington.edu

This page was last revised on July 23, 2004.