International seminar on Asia and Pacific economies

International Business School Suzhou

This annual event explores the theme of international economics, with special attention on the Asia and Pacific region and the Chinese economy.

It is part of the efforts of the International Business School suzhou to promote research in these two themes and build a network of researchers in the Asia and Pacific region. It is a forum for presenting research papers and developing joint research.

The Asian Development Bank Institute (ADBI) joins Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University (XJTLU) with special sessions on selected topics (See call for papers). This is the fifth year that ADBI is organizing special sessions for the seminar.

It is held at the XJTLU campus in Suzhou, usually within the first and second week of either May or July. Some funding is available for travelling for researchers within the region.

The round-table seminar is a platform for researchers doing empirical studies on the above mentioned fields. More than 15 papers are usually scheduled to be presented while participants are requested to provide their comments.


Forthcoming events

Seventh international seminar on Asia and Pacific economies
31 May-1 June 2019


Previous events

Sixth international seminar on Asia and Pacific economies
12-13 May 2018

Fifth international seminar on Asia and Pacific economies
12-13 May 2017

Fourth international seminar on Asia and Pacific economies
8-9 July 2016

Third international seminar on Asia and Pacific economies agenda
8-9 May 2015

Second international seminar on Asia and Pacific economies agenda
9-10 May 2014

First international seminar on Asia and Pacific economies agenda
2-3 May 2013