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This two-day conference brings together experts in the field of monetary and financial integration in order to discuss current developments in East Asian financial markets and the prospects of regional financial and exchange rate co-operation. Sessions will be held on “Exchange Rate Policies...
Organized by the SEASREP Foundation, with support from the Toyota Foundation and Japan Foundation, the conference provides an occasion for SEASREP not merely to showcase its achievements over the years, but position itself as a regional institution and network in the next decade. The conference...
The subject of our November teleconference will be the U.S. Regional Outlook, hosted by Economy.com Managing Director, Dr. Steven Cochrane. The teleconference will begin on Thursday, November 18, 2005 at 2:00 p.m. EST. An accompanying PowerPoint slide presentation will be made available. Each...
This conference: - offers thought-provoking discussions on new ways to encourage growth and development in your region. - brings together the different key players of a successful regional development in today's European and global network society. - is designed to be an exceptional meeting...
Our economic forecasting experts, along with local industry and business leaders, will address the following questions: U.S Economy Local froth or national bubble? How will real estate impact the US economy over the next two years? Will the Fed continue to tighten? When will this finally be felt...
The Program Committee invites submissions in all areas of economics from researchers around the world interested in issues relevant to Latin America. Papers using interregional comparative approaches in economic development, growth and inequality; topics such as institutional economics,...
- Efficiency of and challenges for regional policy at supranational, national and sub-national level (investment mix, equity versus efficiency, macroeconomic impact assessments) - Regional growth differentials: growth centres versus dispersion - Regional convergence and catching-up, new...
A growing 43% of the Southern California population identify themselves as Hispanic, and many demographers believe this number to be even higher. The Hispanic contribution to the Southern California economy is rising significantly, with a 50% increase in aggregate income between 1990 and 2003....
The Euro-Mediterranean Partnership process, also referred to as the ‘Barcelona Process’, encompasses politics, security, cultural dialogue, human rights promotion and, as its centrepiece, a planned free-trade area covering all states of the European Union and the non-member states of the...
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