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

Recent Developments in Asian Trade Policy and Integration

International Conference on

"Recent Developments in Asian Trade Policy and Integration" 

Held at the University of Nottingham Malaysia

20th and 21st February 2013 

The Conference includes The Boustead Annual Globalisation Lecture by Simon Featherstone, CMG, British High Commissioner and The World Economy Asia Lecture by Mohamed Ariff, Professor of Economics and Governance, INCEIF, The Global University of Islamic Finance.  

Prema-chandra Athukorala, Australian National University

Global Production Sharing and the Measurement of Price Elasticities in International Trade

Aekapol Changvilaivan, Institute of South East Asian Studies

Outsourcing and Labour Productivity: Case of Singapore Manufacturing Sector

Wai Mun Chia, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

Trade, Finance, Specialization and Synchronization in Asia Pacific

Normaz Wana Ismail, University Putra Malaysia Innovation and High Tech Trade in Asian Economies
Camilla Jensen, University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus Races of Infant Industry Protection and Government Sponsored R&D Programs in Lead Markets - Implications for Capital Good Durability and Economic Growth
Tobias Ketterer, GEP, University of Nottingham Trade Preferences and Multilateral Tariff Cuts: Evidence for Japan
Hyun-Hoon Lee, Kangwon National University, Korea

Different Types of Firms, Different Types of Products and Their Dynamics: An Anatomy of China's Imports

Wai Heng Loke, GEP, University of Nottingham Ningbo China East Asia FTA: Effects on China’s Selected Industries
George Manzano, University of Asia and Pacific (Philippines)

Sectoral Liberalization: Alternative to the Free Trade Area for the Asia-Pacific

Jay Menon, Asian Development Bank Supporting the Spread of International Production Networks in Asia: What Role Trade Policy?
Christopher Napoli, GEP, University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus Growing Green: A Comparison Across Southeast Asia

Innwon Park, Korea University

Trade-creating Regime-wide Rules of Origin: A Quantitative Analysis

Shandre Thangavelu, National University of Singapore Bank Efficiency, Regulation and Response to Crisis of Financial Institutions in Selected Asian Countries

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