Competitive Regionalism Conference
When: 12.07.2007 - 12.08.2007
Location: Davidson Conference Center
The recent wave of free trade agreements (FTA) in Asia Pacific has generated a tremendous amount of attention. This conference offers an original interpretation of this FTA frenzy by focusing on the competition and rivalry as the central elements in the on-going process. The diverse panels will discuss how the pursuit of economic gains, the establishment of favorable trade and investment rules, and the competition towards regional leadership shape FTA policies of the United States, China, Japan, South Korea, ASEAN, Mexico and Chile.
Saori N. Katada (University of Southern California)
Mireya Solís (American University)
The Center for Global Partnership
Japan-US Friendship Commission
USC Center for International Studies
USC Marshall Center for International Business Education and Research
USC East Asian Studies Center
USC US-China Institute
USC Korean Studies Institute
USC School of International Relations
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