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Financing Economic Integration and Functional Cooperation for Northeast Asia: Toward a Northeast Asian Economic Community Economic integration, Economic cooperation

Author Edited by Lee-Jay Cho and Chang Jae Lee Series 14-04 Language English Date 2014.12.30

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The Northeast Asia Economic Forum (NEAEF) is a regional nongovernmental organization created in 1991 to sponsor and facilitate research, networking, and dialogue relevant to the economic and social development of Northeast Asia. The Forum is also committed to promoting understanding and relations among the peoples of Northeast Asia, North America, and Europe.
The main objective is for NEAEF to conduct research and conference activities aimed at functional economic cooperation such as cross-border energy, transportation and logistics infrastructure development, and capital mobilization. The Forum holds annual conferences, workshops, and seminars for planning, facilitating, coordinating, and implementing international and interdisciplinary solutions to common policy problems. It is the only nongovernmental regional organization in which all the nations of Northeast Asia and the US are consistent and active participants.
For the year 2014, NEAEF in collaboration with the Korea Institute for International Economic Policy (KIEP), cooperated in efforts toward achieving closer economic and financial cooperation in Northeast Asia, and continued its focus on research, the annual conference, and meetings aimed at financing regional economic integration and establishment of the Northeast Asian Bank for Cooperation and Development (NEABCD). This work aims to promote functional economic cooperation in terms of cross-border resources, energy supplies, infrastructure construction, capital mobilization, and institutional development.
NEAEF, as planned for the year 2014, facilitated conference and meeting activities in which experts presented their perspectives, views, ideas, concrete proposals, and strategies relevant to the issues of a regional institution for financial cooperation.
This volume, which is the final part of a series of proceedings titled Financing Regional Economic Integration and Functional Cooperation for Northeast Asia: Toward a Northeast Asia Economic Community, presents the results of a project implemented in 2014 that includes presentations and summaries from the 23rd annual NEAEF conference and meetings, as well as related activities.

Preface
Contributors
Introduction and Overview
Statements by Hosts and Country Representatives


Part I. Regional Economic Cooperation in Northeast Asia: Country Perspectives
- A Korean Perspective (Chang Jae Lee) 
- A Chinese Perspective (Zhang Jianping)
- A Japanese Perspective (Maeda Tadashi)
- A Russian Perspective (Pavel Minakir)


Part II: Energy Cooperation: Energy Infrastructure and Physical Connectivity
Japan’s Energy Challenges and Potential for Regional Cooperation (Tanabe Yasuo)
Energy Issues: Security, Alternative Systems, and Low-Carbon Futures (Terry Surles)
Prospects for a Cross-border Power System in Northeast Asia (Iinuma Yoshiki)
Energy Cooperation in Northeast Asia: A Russian Perspective (Sergey Sevastianov)


Part III: Regional Cooperation and Integration
Regional Cooperation and Integration in East and Northeast Asia (Kilaparti Ramakrishna)
Cultivating Multilateralism in East Asia (Iwatani Shigeo)
Regional Integration in Northeast Asia (Wang Weina)


Part IV: Financing Regional Economic Integration through Cross-border Infrastructure Construction: Review and
New Approaches to Regional Multilateral Financial Institutions


Keynote Statement—Fulfilling a Long-held Dream: Financial Policy for a Unified Korea (Shin Je Yoon)
A Strategy toward a Regional Multilateral Financial Institution (Lee Jai-Min and Kim Yu-Ree)
Establishing a New Development Financing Institution: Comments and Observations (S. Stanley Katz)
Northeast Asian Financial Cooperation in a New Era (Fan Xiaoyun)
Comments on Financial Cooperation in Northeast Asia (Zou Ping)


Part V: Cross-border Economic Cooperation: Tumen River Area Economic Integration for the Korean Peninsula


Political and Economic Imperatives behind North Korea’s Evolving Special Economic Zones (Glyn Ford)
Underdeveloped Sino-Russian Cross-border Cooperation (Natalia Ryzhova)
Creating a Northeast Asian Economy (Tony Michell)


Appendix I. Seoul Declaration and Agenda
Appendix II. Planning Meeting Summary and Agenda
Appendix III. Report of Field Visit to Rason Special Economic Zone, DPRK and Yanbian, China

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