An International Conference

Asian Crisis, V: 

New Challenges and Opportunities for the Post-Crisis Asia

Kangwon National University, Chuncheon, Korea, December 9-10, 2003

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  Where is Kangwon National University?

  Where is Chuncheon, the City of Rivers?

Organizing Units:

Institute of Industrial Research, Kangwon National University, Korea

Korea Institute for International Economic Policy, Korea

Research Center for International Economics, University of Washington, U. S. A.

Supporting Units:

Faculty of Economics and Center for International Research on the Japanese Economy, University of Tokyo

Department of Economics, National Taiwan University

Program Committee:

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

Kar-yiu Wong, University of Washington (co-chair)

Joshua Aizenman, University of California, Santa Cruz

Shin-ichi Fukuda, University of Tokyo

Lawrence Krause, University of California, San Diego

Chang-Jae Lee, Korea Institute for International Economic Policy

Jong Won Lee, Sungkyunkwan University

Jeff Chien-Fu Lin, National Taiwan University

Peter Lloyd, University of Melbourne

Local Organizing Committee:

Hyun-Hoon Lee, Kangwon National University (chair)

Inkyo Cheong, Korea Institute for International Economic Policy

Yongkyun Chung, Kangwon National University

Hyeon-seung Huh, Hallym University                                             

Euysung Kim, Yonsei University

Won Soon Kwon, Hankook University of Foreign Studies

Jong Min Lee, Kangwon National University

Deok Ryong Yoon, Korea Institute for International Economic Policy

This is the fifth one of the conference series on the Asian crisis in the late nineties. (Previous Asian crisis conferences were held in (1) Seattle, 1998; (2) Seattle, 2000; (3) Tokyo, 2001; and (4) Taipei, 2002.) Economists, policy makers, and practitioners are invited to submit papers that analyze the causes and effects of the crisis, the recent recovery of these countries, the economic relations between these countries and the rest of the world, and post-crisis Asia confronted with new challenges and opportunities. Both theoretical and empirical papers are welcome.


Submission of Papers and Abstracts:  If interested, please send a draft of a paper or an extended abstracts 500+ words long, in English, with your name, affiliation, academic position, mail and e-mail addresses, and phone and fax numbers, by February 1, 2003 to (submission via e-mail is preferred):

  • for people in Asia: to Hyun-Hoon Lee, Faculty of Economics and International Trade, Kangwon National University, 192-1 Hyoja 2-dong, Chuncheon 200-701, Korea. <>

  • for people in U.S.A. and other places: to Kar-yiu Wong, Department of Economics, University of Washington, Seattle, WA 98195-3330, U. S. A. <>

Please indicate 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 May 15, 2003.

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

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