Workshop 2005/2006

Asia’s Growing Importance in the Global Innovation System: Technological, Social and Cultural Dimensions

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17-19 March 2006, Hamburg, Germany

International Conference of the European Alliance for Asian Studies
Organised by the Institute of Asian Affairs and the German Asia-Pacific Business Association

Voices of Islam in Europe and Southeast Asia

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20-22 January 2006
Walailak University,
Nakhon Si Thammarat, Thailand

 
 

 

Water in Mainland Southeast Asia

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29 November – 2 December 2005, Siem Reap, Cambodia

Dr. Philippe Peycam, Centre for Khmer Studies, Cambodia
Prof. Barend Jan Terwiel Hamburg University, Germany

Asian and European Foreign Direct Investment in the Chinese and Southeast Asian Automobile and Electronics Industries

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1-3 September 2005, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Dr. Yuri Sadoi, Faculty of Economics, Meijo University, Japan
Dr. R.B.P.M. Busser, Faculty of Arts, Leiden University, the Netherlands
 
 

The New Transnational Movements of Persons in the Euro-Mediterranean Area and in South-East Asia

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27-30 August 2005, Lampedusa (near Sicily/Italy)

The New Transnational Movements of Persons in the Euro-Mediterranean Area and in South-East Asia, and the Changes in their Management 

Ports, Pirates and Hinterlands in East and Southeast Asia: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives

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10-12 November 2005
Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences (SASS)
Shanghai, China

Convenors:
Prof. LI Yihai (SASS)
Dr John Kleinen (MARE)

The Annual ASIA - EUROPE Workshop Series 2005/2006

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The European Alliance for Asian Studies and the Asia-Europe Foundation (ASEF) welcome proposals for workshops on themes of common interest to Asia and Europe, to take place in 2005/2006.
Proposals for workshops should be received by the Secretariat of the Asia-Europe Workshop Series before 1 February 2005. These will be refereed by the Asia-Europe Selection Committee. Nine to twelve proposals will be selected for realization.

Financial support consists of contribution towards travel and accommodation, up to a maximum of € 12,500 per workshop. Workshop initiators will be informed of the Committee’s decision by June 2005.

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