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About EAEA-16

The 16th International Convention of the East Asian Economic Association will be held Oct. 27-28 at National Taiwan University in Taipei in 2018.


Ways to the 16th EAEA Venue
 

Full paper submission deadline:  Sept 1st (strict)
Paper format file here
E-mail your full paper to eaea16program@gmail.com before Sept 1st, 2018
Please save the file as a MS Word file and save the file as `PT###` where ### is the number assigned to your abstract.
For example, if your paper was T101, please save this file as PT101. Thank you.
 

Important Dates in 2018
Abstract submission open: 1 April
Abstract submission due: 11 June
Session Proposal deadline: 11 June
Notification of Abstract Acceptance: 30 June
Full paper submission due: 1 September
Paper Presenter registration due: 1 September
Convention dates: 27-28 October

 

SESSION PROPOSAL
In addition to individual paper writers, we welcome session organizers. Session organizers are responsible for providing a title and description of the scope of their session, inviting speakers and discussants to participate in the session. The contact address for this category is: Professor Craig R. Parsons at eaea16program@gmail.com. The deadline to submit abstracts, the scope of their session and a list of participants is also 31 May 2018.

The theme of the Convention is:
 “Globalization and the New Growth Paradigm in Asia”

The Program Committee is now issuing a call for papers related to the Convention theme and for papers on a wide range of economics issues. We consider all academic papers that are applied, empirical and policy-relevant in nature and related to Asia. Pure theory papers will not be considered. Possible topics for session titles and papers include, but are not limited to, the following:
A. Economic Integration
B. Multinationals and the Global Economy
C. Economic Growth and Income Disparity
D. Global Imbalances
E. Green Growth and Sustainable Development
F: The Economics of Disasters
G. Protectionism and Anti-Globalization
H. The Economics Profession and Teaching
I. Exchange Rates and Currency Crisis
J. Financial Institutions and Markets
K. Firm Behavior
L. Food and Agricultural Policy
M. Growth and Productivity
N. Household Behavior
O. International Trade and Trade Policy
P. International Investment and Capital Flows
Q. Supply Chain and Economic Development
R. Institutions and Economic Analysis
S. Labor and Human Resource Economics
T. Macroeconomic Management
U. Natural Resource and Environmental Economics
V. Poverty and Income Distribution
W. Public Sector Economics
X. Services Sector Economics
Y. Technology and Economic Analysis
Z. Corruption and Development