Globalization and Economic Nationalism in Asia
The conference on Globalization and Economic Nationalism in Asia focuses on the significance of economic nationalism in Asia in an era of changing global capitalism. Using comparative, regional, and sectoral approaches, speakers will present their perspective on how economic nationalism has changed in Asia in the last 30 years and what discuss what developments we can expect in the future.
Keynote speakers for this conference are Professor Ajit Singh, Cambridge University, and Professor Mark Selden, Cornell University.
Other speakers include:
Anthony D'Costa, Asia Research Centre, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark
Arabinda Acharya, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Jason Jackson, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, United States
Karl Gerth, Oxford University, United Kingdom
Keikoh Ryu, Waseda University, Japan
Shailaja Fennell, University of Cambridge, UK
Surajit Mazumdar, Institute for Studies in Industrial Development, New Delhi, India
Taka Suzuki, Ohio University, United States
Toshiya Ozaki, Rikkyo University, Japan
Yang Jiang, Asia Research Centre, Copenhagen Business School
You-il Lee, University of South Australia, Australia
See conference webpage for details and registration: www.cbs.dk/gena