Workshop 2005/2006

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

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

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Voices of Islam in Europe and Southeast Asia

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



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Pensioners on the move. Social Security and Trans-border Retirement Migration in Asia and Europe

5 - 6 January, 2006
Furama Riverfront Hotel, Singapore


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Water in Mainland Southeast Asia

29 November – 2 December 2005, Siem Reap, Cambodia

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

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

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

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

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 

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

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

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

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The Annual ASIA - EUROPE Workshop Series 2005/2006

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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