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Conference Program: Session A: Changes in the Situation on the Korean Peninsula and Northeast Asian Cooperation; Session B: The Free Movement of People, Goods, and Services.
Theme: Global Reordering: Prospects for Equality, Democracy and Justice. The 2018 annual SASE conference in Kyoto will serve as an occasion for existing SASE networks, as well as new groupings in the form of mini-conferences, to explore the ways in which the processes of reordering occurring...
Any topic relevant to Business and Behavioral Sciences, or in the general areas of Arts and Sciences. ASBBS encourages submission of papers and abstracts in Japanese and Korean languages.
Confrence main theme: "Deregulation and Stable Growth Policy to Overcome the Deceleration of the World Economy" Plenary Session 1: Energy Reform and Economic Growth Policy Plenary Session 2: Politics and Economics of the TPP and Other Free Trade Agreements Theme-related papers will be welcomed.
Objectives of NICE: To deepen expertly the discussion on a number of issues for bringing about lasting socioeconomic development in Northeast Asia, on the summaries and investigations of the state of development of measures in each country, and on the direction of policies which ought to be...
International migration and integration of migrants is becoming one of the most crucial issues not only in Europe, Middle East and Africa as well as North and South Americas, but also in Asia-Pacific. We need more global and wider discussions based on a diversity of people, who are involved....
The organising committee invites proposals for individual papers (in English or in Japanese) on all aspects of the history of economic thought.
The organising committee invites proposals for individual papers (in English or in Japanese) on all aspects of the history of economic thought.
The organising committee invites proposals for individual papers (in English or in Japanese) on all aspects of the history of economic thought.
Topics: - Energy and Resources - Health - Information Technology and Telecommunications - Infrastructure and Urban Development - Manufacturing - Mobility - Science and Technology Participation in these meetings is by invitation only.
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