2nd CEAMeS Workshop
Next week (9th – 11th of May) the 2nd CEAMeS Workshop is about to start. After the successful debut last year, when the workshop took place at the FernUniversität in Hagen, the Center for Macroeconomic Research at Xiamen University in China (XMU) will host the second event. Like last year, the workshop will again deal with current challenges concerning East Asian economies and especially China.
Prof. Wagner and Prof Schmerer are going to guide the delegation from the FernUniversität in Hagen which includes Linda Glawe, Antonia Reinecke and Michael Murach. The researchers will present their current research activities within the three-day workshop.
The workshop includes over twenty presentations by authors from five different countries. Prof. Wagner has the honor to speak, together with Prof. Wuyuan Chen and Prof. Wenpu Li (both XMU), at the opening ceremony. You can download the program as a PDF-file following this link [PDF].
“Macroeconomic Development and Trade in East Asia”
The first CEAMeS-Workshop took place at the FernUniversität in Hagen from May 11-13, 2017. The purpose of the Workshop was bringing together (macro-)economists specialized on East Asia. The workshop gave the participants the opportunity to present and discuss recent research with other experts in their field.
The conference schedule can be downloaded here: program.
The speakers at the first workshop were:
- Dr. Hong Bo (SOAS University, London)
- Linda Glawe (FernUniversität in Hagen)
- Dr. Iikka Korhonen (Head of the BOFIT, Helsinki)
- Prof. Dr. Tat Kei Lai (IÉSEG School of Management, Paris)
- Prof. Dr. Jing Li (Center for Macroeconomic Research, Xiamen)
- Prof. Dr. Yu Liu (Center for Macroeconomic Research, Xiamen)
- Dr. Richhild Moessner (Bank of International Settlements, Basel)
- Michael Murach (FernUniversität in Hagen)
- Prof. Dr. Eiji Ogawa (Hitotsubashi University, Tokyo)
- Antonia Reinecke (FernUniversität in Hagen)
- Dr. Markus Rodlauer (Deputy Director at International Monetary Fund)
- Prof. Dr. Ping Zhang (The Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS), Beijing)