The International Association for Asia Pacific Studies (IAAPS) would like to inform you about a Call for Presenters (both panels and individual presentations) for the 4th IAAPS Annual Conference, which will be hosted by the Yuchengco Center, De La Salle University in November this year.
The Asia-Pacific region is undergoing enormous change as the economies of East Asia continue to grow. Part and parcel of this change are a global rebalancing of the economic, political and social-cultural structures in which not only capital and trade flow freely through the region but information, goods and services. Their implications are wide and far reaching in terms of issues, programs and policies. Questions that loom large are:
The IAAPS 2013 annual conference will address these above questions and many more through the conference theme of “Inclusive and Sustainable Growth in the Asia Pacific: Regional and National Policy and Programmatic Challenges.” We are looking for panels and individual theoretical or empirical papers that will provide insights on specific challenges and opportunities that lie ahead for the region. Interdisciplinary panels are most welcome as issues are discussed from the disciplines of international relations, sociology, anthropology, history, music, literature, finance, economics, politics, linguistics, science, non-traditional security, human security, demography, health, aging, geography and related concerns.
|Theme||“Inclusive and Sustainable Growth in the Asia Pacific: Regional and National Policy and Programmatic Challenges”|
|Date||November 22 (Fri) - November 23 (Sat), 2013|
|Place||De La Salle University Campus (2401 Taft Avenue, Manila, Philippines)|
|Application Deadline||June 30 (Sat), 2013|
|Screening Result||August 20 (Tue), 2013|
|Full Paper Deadline||October 10 (Thu), 2013|