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[Seminar] Economic Policies of Neighboring Countries Towards the Korean Peninsula After Unification
We cordially invite you to the seminar “Economic Policies of Neighboring Countries Towards the Korean Peninsula After Unification”, which will take place at the Westin Chosun Hotel (Seoul) on October 7th 2016, hosted by the Korea Institute for International Economic Policy (KIEP).
In this seminar, renowned Korean specialists from the US, China, Japan, and Russia will present their research on the economic policies of the 4 major neighboring countries after Korean unification and how this would affect the East Asian value chain. Korean unification specialists in government, academia and research institutes will also share their insights through in-depth discussion.
We sincerely hope that foreign diplomats and journalists stationed in Korea as well as Korean journalists would also participate and enrich the discussion by sharing their views.
We look forward to your participation in the seminar.
1. Seminar Title
- Economic Policies of Neighboring Countries Towards the Korean Peninsula After Unification
- U.S. Stretegic and Economic Cooperation in an Early Stage of a Hypothetical Korean Reunification: Opportunities and Constraints
Nicholas Eberstadt (Henry Wendt Scholar in Political Economy, AEI)
- The Effect of Inter-Korea Trade Liberalization on Japan’s Economy Through the Global Value Chain
Tomohiko Inui (Professor, Gakushuin University)
- Structural Changes in the Northeast Asian Political Economy and China’s Cooperation with the Korean Peninsula
Tingting Li (Professor, Peking University)
- Russia’s Strategy for Economic Cooperation with Unified Korea in the Context of Changing East Asian Value Chain
Sergey Lukonin (Senior Research Fellow, Institute of World Economy and International Relations, Russian Academy of Sciences)
3. Date and Time
- Friday, October 7th, 2016
- 9:00AM~14:00 PM (Registration begins 8:30 AM)
- Westin Chosun Hotel Seoul, Orchid room (105 Sogong-ro, Jung-gu)
- Please RSVP through email or register at the following webpage (http://bit.ly/2co3ueS).
- Contact: Ms. Danbee Lee (firstname.lastname@example.org/ 02-730-3262)
** Korean-English simultaneous interpretation, lunch and parking will be provided.
- Seminar Invitation.pdf (3.15MB / Download 696회)