Nottingham Centre for Research on
Globalisation and Economic Policy (GEP)

GEP Conference

'Globalisation Trends and Cycles: The Asian Experience'

Held at the University of Nottingham, Malaysia

12th and 13th January 2011


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The Conference includes The Boustead Annual Globalisation Lecture by David Smith, Economics Editor, The Sunday Times


For further details contact Sue Berry

Prema-Chandra Athukorala, Australian National University

East Asia in World Trade: The Decoupling Fallacy, Crisis, and Policy Challenges [ppt]


Spiros Bougheas, GEP, University of Nottingham

Financial System Architecture and the Patterns of International Trade


Camilla Jensen, University of Nottingham, Malaysia

Does foreign direct investment promote economic stability in developing and emerging economies?


Chang Liu, GEP China, University of Nottingham, Ningbo

How important are inter-city spillovers for FDI? Evidence from Chinese Cities


Jay Menon, Asian Development Bank

Trade and Investment in the Greater Mekong Sub-region: Remaining Challenges and the Unfinished Policy Agenda [pdf]
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Chia Wai-Mun, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

Catalyst of Business Cycle Synchronization in East Asia: Internal or External?
Chris Milner, GEP, University of Nottingham A Portrait of Bilateral and National Trade Costs in Asia and
Rasyad Parinduri, GEP, University of Nottingham, Malaysia

Output Volatility and Trade:
Evidence from the 1967-1975 Closure of the Suez Canal

Shandre Thangavelu, National University of Singapore

Impact of Remittances on Human Capital Development of Children in
Indonesian Household

Fan Zhai, China Investment Corportaion The Implications of Trans-Pacific Partnership: A Preliminary CGE Assessment
Hooy Chee Wooi, University Sains Malaysia Malaysia - China Trade and Macroeconomic Linkages in the Globalisation Era: A Vecx* Modeling

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