2001年1月開催のANEPR（Asian Networking of Economic Policy Research）に続き、経済産業研究所が核となり、アジア諸国の研究者と日米欧の地域専門家とのネットワークにより実現する国際シンポジウム。
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Joseph STIGLITZ (コロンビア大学)
Professor Stiglitz, former chief economist at the World Bank, was awarded the Nobel Prize in Economics by the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences in 2001. he has made seminal contributions to most sub-fields of economic theory - microeconomics, macroeconomics, industrial organization, international economics, labor economics, financial economics, and developemt economics.
Mr. Aizu co-founded the Institute for Networking Design in Tokyo in 1986, a think-tank specializing in computer conferencing. In 1991, he joined the Center for Global Communications, International University of Japan. In 1997, he founded the Asia Network Research in Malaysia. In 2001, he participated in the G8 Digital Opportunity Task Force to help developing countries utilize the Internet.
Title of the paper: " A Comparative Study on Broadband in Asia -- Its Deployment and Policy "
Francois GIPOULOUX (フランス現代中国リサーチセンター)
After graduating from University of Paris 7 (1974) and Peking University (1974-77), Dr. Gipouloux served as deputy trade commissioner of the French Embassy in Beijing (1983-86) and as researcher of the Maison Franco-Japonaise in Tokyo (1990-94). Until recently, he was research director of the French Centre for Research on Contemporary China in Hong Kong (1997-2001). His current research focuses on the spatial effects of foreign direct investment in China and on the formation of a Mediterranean Sea in East Asia.
Title of the paper: " Complementarity and Rivalry among Asia's Major Logistics Hubs: Hong Kong, Singapore and Shanghai in a Global Perspective "
Prof. Fan received his Ph.D. in economics from the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences and was visiting fellow at Harvard University during his Ph.D. program for 2 years. His main areas of research are macroeconomics and economics of transition. He currently is serving as adviser for the Chinese central government, local government and international organizations, such as World Bank and the IMF.
Title of the paper: " Subsidize the Use of High-tech in Developing Countries-Reducing Poverty of Knowledge and Knowledge Divides with Foreign Assistance Loans Programs "
荒木 一郎 (経済産業研究所)
Peter DRYSDALE (オーストラリア国立大学日本研究センター)
Dr. Lee is chief Korean coordinator for the trilateral joint research project between China, Japan, and Korea. He received his Ph. D. from the University of Paris I (Pantheon-Sorbonne). He has published numerous articles and books on the topic of Northeast Asian economic cooperation.
Title of the paper: " East Asian Economic Integration: A Northeast Asian Perspective "
Dr. Yu obtained his D.Phil. in economics at Nuffield College, the University of Oxford. His publication includes several books and many papers on various economic issues. His major research interests are macroeconomics and international finance. He has written many papers on the Japanese economy and regional economic cooperation.
Title of the paper: " Asian Economic Cooperation "
Jomo SUNDARAM (マラヤ大学)
Prof. Jomo is on the Board of the United Nations Research Institute on Social Development, Geneva, and founder of IDEAs, or International Development Economic Associates (
). He has taught at Science University of Malaysia (USM), Harvard, Yale, National University of Malaysia (UKM), University of Malaya, and Cornell. He has authored over 30 monographs and edited over 40 books.
Title of the paper: " International Financial System Reform: Lessons From the 1997-8 East Asian Crises "Industry Canada Research Series, 1995.
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青木 昌彦 (経済産業研究所/スタンフォード大学)
Prof. Jang, as the chair of PEC-PSPD, shareholder activist NGO in Korea, has been at the forefront of corporate governance reform in Korea. He received his Ph.D. in finance from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania in 1987. He joined the faculty of Korea University in 1990, and he also taught at the Wharton School and the University of Houston between 1986 and 1990.
Title of the paper: " Corporate Governance Reform in Korea: Prospects and Challenges "
Prof. Lin received his Ph.D. in economics from the University of Chicago in 1986. He was awarded the 1993 Sun Yefang Prize, the 1993 Policy Article Prize of Center for International Food and Agricultural Policy at the University of Minnesota, the 1997 Sir John Crawford Award of the Australian Agricultural and Resource Economics Society, the 1999 Best Article Prize of the Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics, as well as other prizes. Justin Yifu Lin is member of the National Committee, China People's Political Consultation Conference.
Title of the paper: " WTO Accession and Chinese Economy: Impacts on Agriculture, Financial Sector, and State-owned Enterprises "
Edward STEINFELD (マサチューセッツ工科大学)
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Prof. Steinfeld's research focuses on the political economy of industrial and financial restructuring in transitional systems, with a particular emphasis on China. His book on Chinese stake in enterprise restructuring Forging Reform in China was published by the Cambridge University Press in 1998.
Title of the paper: " Chinese Enterprise Competitiveness in an Age of Global Integration "
Denis TERSEN (在京フランス大使館)
Before Mr. Tersen's current position, he was advisor for international affairs and international trade to the Minister of Economy, Finance and Industry-Minister's Cabinet in France.
Title of the paper: " Regional Integration: A New Asian Frontier What Lessons from the European Experience "
青木 昌彦 (経済産業研究所/スタンフォード大学)
CHIA Siow Yue (シンガポール東南アジア研究所)
Prof. Chia's research areas are international economics and development economics, particularly foreign direct investment, trade policy, and regional economic integration. She has authored, co-authored and edited more than 40 books and reports and published more than 100 papers and articles in academic books and journals. She serves as committee member and resource person on numerous international and regional organizations.
Title of the paper: " Prospects and Challenges of Economic Integration in Southeast Asia "
Prof. Hu received his Ph.D. in engineering from the Chinese Academy of Sciences in 1988 and was a post-doctoral student at Yale University (1991-92). He was visiting professor at Keio University (2000).
Title of the paper: " Proposition for Setting Up Free Trade Agreement (FTA) Between China, Hong Kong, Japan and Korea "
Prof. Wang has served as a consultant to various international organizations including IMF, OECD, ADB and UN ECLAC. He has published many books and articles in various professional journals, mainly focusing on regional financial arrangements, new international financial architecture, and international finance.
Title of the paper: " Monetary and Financial Cooperation in East Asia: Future Directions for Institutional Arrangements of Monitoring and Surveillance* "
Prof. Zhang has served in numerous capacities including chairman of the Department of Asia-Pacific Studies, Graduate School, CASS; Guest professor of Peking University, People's University, Beijing Normal University, president, Chinese Association of Asia-Pacific Studies; member of the China Standing Committee for PECC, CSCAP and member of East Asia Vision Group, the Panel of Independent Advisors for APEC, and member of Official Expert Group on China-ASEAN Cooperation. He named national outstanding expert by the State Council of China in 1992.
Title of the paper: " Toward an East Asian Community: Still a Long Way to Go "
Dr. Liu is economist on international trade and economics, in particular Multilateral Trading System of the WTO. During the past 13 years, Dr. Liu, as a key member of the Chinese delegation for the negotiations of China's GATT/WTO membership, has fully attended the bilateral and multilateral trade talks of the Uruguay Round and the negotiations of China's GATT/WTO working party in Geneva.