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2015 Trans-Pacific Intellectual Dialogue

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  • Chung , Chul

    (Korea Institute for International Economic Policy)

  • Morrison , Charles E.

    (East-West Center)

  • Thoma , Mark

    (University of Oregon - Department of Economics)

  • Barfield , Claude E.

    (American Enterprise Institute (AEI))

  • Bark , Taeho

    (Seoul National University - Graduate School of International Studies)

  • Cheong , Inkyo

    (Inha University)

  • Cho , Yoonje

    (Sogang University - Institute of International and Area Studies)

  • Greaney , Theresa M.

    (University of Hawaii - Department of Economics)

  • Karacaovali , Baybars

    (University of Hawaii at Manoa - Department of Economics)

  • Kim , Inchul

    (Sungkyunkwan University; Korea Trade-Investment Promotion Agency)

  • Lee , Il Houng

    (Bank of Korea - Monetary Policy Department; Korea Institute for International Economic Policy)

  • Lee , Jang Yung

    (Kim & Chang)

  • Noland , Marcus

    (Peter G. Peterson Institute for International Economics; East-West Center)

  • Roberts , Michael J.

    (North Carolina State University - Department of Agricultural & Resource Economics)

  • Shan , Xiaotong

    (National Development and Reform Commission - International Cooperation Center)

  • Wan , Ming

    (George Mason University - Schar School of Policy and Government)

  • Wang , Yijiang

    (Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business)

  • Wang , Yong

    (Peking University)

Abstract

The conference was held on Dec 14-15, 2015 co-organized by the Korea Institute for International Economic Policy (KIEP) and East-West Center (EWC) in Honolulu. Participants from China, Japan, Korea and the United States discussed the economic future of the major North Pacific countries and the importance of economic cooperation among them. Major topics in each session were (1) Trade (2) Macroeconomic Perspectives and (3) Finance. The first topic, "Trade", related to the China'a trade strategy, China's Belt-Road Initiative, Korea's Eurasia Initiative, and the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPP). The second topic, "Macroeconomic Perspectives", aimed to tackle global or regional economic problems through the understanding of the macreconomic policies of the emerging market economies, uncertainty in the economic conditions of the United States, China's New Economic Norms, and the struggle of the East Asian International Order. The third topic, "Finance", aimed to provide an analytical perspective over currency convertibility, unconventional monetary policies, and prospect of cooperation between Belt-Road Initiative and TPP in the global economic governance. The conference concluded with the major findings and policy implications from the earlier sessions, particularily, monetary policy response in emerging economies and the importance of strengthing the North Pacific cooperation were discussed.

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  • Chung , Chul & Morrison , Charles E. & Thoma , Mark & Barfield , Claude E. & Bark , Taeho & Cheong , Inkyo & Cho , Yoonje & Greaney , Theresa M. & Karacaovali , Baybars & Kim , Inchul & Lee , Il Houng, 2016. "2015 Trans-Pacific Intellectual Dialogue," Conference Proceedings 16-2, Korea Institute for International Economic Policy.
  • Handle: RePEc:ris:kiepcp:2016_002
    DOI: 10.2139/ssrn.2912616
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