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Fri,. 23 Oct, 2009, 10:00-17:00 "Between Tradition and Novelty - European Studies Institutional Developments in East Asia"
Venue: Conference Room (3F), Graduate School of Law/Faculty of Law, Kobe University Rokkodai Campus Language: English
Fri., 25 Jan. 2008, 9:30-17:15,
and
Sat., 26 Jan., 10:00-13:15
European Studies Round Table
"Teaching the EU in Asia - Challenges and Solutions:
Institutional, Curricular and Methodological Issues"

Call for Papers

Outline

Publications

Major themes:

- What is the current European Studies landscape in Asia?
- What are the major difficulties encountered in developing European Studies Programs?
- Are there examples of best practice for curricula adjustment when teaching the EU in Asia?

Panelists:

Peter Ryan (Director, Director for Intellectual Exchange, ASEF)
Gunter Heiduk (Professor, Mercator School of Management, Duisburg-Essen University)
Kenneth Chan (Associate Professor, Hong Kong Baptist University)
Barnard Turner (Associate Professor, National University of Singapore)
Charit Tingsabadh (Director, Centre for European Studies, Chulalongkorn University)
Atanacio A. Panahon II (Lecturer, Ateneo de Manila University)
Kim Si Hong (Professor, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies)
Rajendra K. Jain (Professor, Jawaharlal Nehru University)
Heungchong Kim (Research Fellow, Korea Institute for International Economic Policy)
Yasuyuki Kokubo (Professor, University of Shizuoka)
Shoji Katsuhiro (Professor, Law School, Keio University)
Wolfgang Pape (General Manager, EU-Japan Centre for Industrial Cooperation)
Silviu Jora (Associate Professor, Graduate School of Law, Kobe University)
Shotaro Hamamoto (Vice President, EUIJ, Kansai, Professor, Graduate School of Law, Kobe University)

Venue: Conference Room (3rd Fl.), Graduate School of Law/Faculty of Law, Kobe University Rokkodai Campus
Language: English
Co-host: Kobe University

26-27 Jan, 2007 Kobe University International Academic Round Table
"The Role of Development Policies in Regional Integration: Experience of the EU and Relevance for Asia"

 Kobe University started the year 2007 with the organisation of an international academic round table to assess the EU experiences on development promotion (intra-regional cohesion policy and extra-regional development cooperation policy) in order to stimulate the debate on regional integration through development in Asia.

26 Jan. 2007

 -The 'Development' and 'Regional Integration' Paradigms Today
- EU Experience - Regional (market) Integration, Cohesion and Development
-Other Regional Integration and Development Experiences in Europe and Asia
-Discussions

27 Jan. 2007

-The 'Development' and 'Regional Integration' Paradigms Today
- EU Experience - Regional (market) Integration, Cohesion and Development
-Other Regional Integration and Development Experiences in Europe and Asia
-Discussions

Panelists:

  Björn Hettne (Professor, Göteborg University, Sweden)
David Camroux (Senior Research Associate, Centre d' Etudes et de Recherches Internationales-CERI, Sciences Po)
Sandy Dall`erba (Assistant Professor, University of Arizona, USA)
Florence Bouvet (Assistant Professor, Lewis and Clark College, Portland, USA)
Willem Molle (Professor, Erasmus University Rotterdam, NL)
Mikhail Molchanov (Professor, St. Thomas University, Canada)
Dr. Heungchong Kim (Korea Institute for International Economic Policy)
Satoshi Abe (Deputy Director, First Country Assistance Planning Div., International Cooperation Bureau, Ministry of Foreign Affairs– Tokyo)
Dr. Atanacio A. Panahon II (Ateneo de Manila University)

Venue: Kobe University

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