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International Affairs Forum:“LOOKING FOR NEW MEANING AND NEW ROLES: WHAT IS NEXT IN EU-ASIAN RELATIONS”
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MR. JAMES MORAN
Director of Asia, External Relations Directorate General, European Commission

Date: 1 March 2010
Venue: Conference Room, ISIS Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur

Mr. Moran has been Director for Asia in the European Commission’s External Relations Directorate General since 2006. He has long experience in the fields of EU foreign, trade and development policy and has served as Head of Delegation in various countries. Mr. Moran is also the EU’s chief negotiator of the new Partnership and Cooperation Agreements that are being negotiated with a number of Asian countries including countries within ASEAN

 
International Affairs Forum:“GLOBAL CRISIS: CAN CHINA’S GROWTH COMPENSATE FOR SLUGGISH RECOVERY IN THE U.S. AND EUROPE”
DR DAN STEINBOCK

DR. DAN STEINBOCK
Research Director of International Business, India, China and America Institute (ICA) USA

Date: 25 February 2010
Venue: Conference Room, ISIS Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur

Dr. Dan Steinbock explores issues of international business and international relations among advanced economies and large emerging economies. As Research Director of International Business at the India, China and America Institute (ICA), he focuses on the impact of the global crisis, as well as the competitiveness of nations, metropolises and multinationals. He divides his time between New York City, Shanghai and occasionally Helsinki, and concurrently serves as Senior Fellow at the Shanghai Institute for International Studies, focusing on G-20 and global political economy. Dr Steinbock has consulted for multinational corporations and SMEs, international organizations (OECD, EU, Nordic Council, Baltic Development Forum), cities (from Shanghai to Greater Helsinki) and governments. He has cooperated with and contributed to leading think-tanks in the U.S., Europe, Asia and the Persian Gulf.

 
International Affairs Forum:THE HIGH VALUE-HIGH WAGE ECONOMY: ROLE OF LABOUR MARKET POLICIES IN SINGAPORE
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DR. SHANDRE THANGAVELU
Associate Professor, Department of Economics, National Unversity of Singapore.

Date: 15 January 2010
Venue: Conference Room, ISIS Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur

Biodata
Associate Professor Dr. Shandre Thangavelu is an active researcher on human capital development, technology transfer, foreign direct investment, trade, government infrastructure investment, productivity and economic growth. He has written extensively in technology transfer and economic growth and has published his research in major international journals. Recently, he was attached as the Head of the Economics Unit, Ministry of Manpower, under the Economist Service to Ministry of Trade and Industry and Ministry of Manpower, Singapore. He has also worked on several international projects commissioned by Asian Productivity Organisation (APO) on the measurement of aggregate productivity for the Singapore economy and the World Bank project on structural changes and skill-mismatch. Recently, he was engaged as a consultant and country expert on the Expert Group EFTA Study Phase II that comprises experts from ASEAN, China, Korea and Japan.

 
7th EAST ASIA CONGRESS:POSITIONING EAST ASIA IN THE POST-CRISIS WORLD
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Date: 7 December 2009
Time: 9.20 AM
Venue: Nikko Hotel, Kuala Lumpur

Keynote addressed by DULI YANG TERAMAT MULIA RAJA MUDA PERAK DARUL RIDZUAN RAJA NAZRIN SHAH
"It is a pleasure indeed to be invited to deliver the Keynote Address at this Seventh East Asia Congress. My congratulations go to ISIS Malaysia for taking the important initiative to organise this annual conference, and to all of you present here who are the real builders of this community-in-the-making..."

 
International Affairs Forum:FROM RECESSION TO RECOVERY: HOW SOON AND HOW STRONG?

DR PRAKASH KANNANDR PRAKASH KANNAN
Economist, Research Department, International Monetary Fund (IMF)

17 June 2009, Conference Room, ISIS Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur




Biodata 

Dr Prakash Kannan is an economist with the Research Department of the International Monetary Fund. He received his bachelor’s degree in Economics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1998, and his doctorate in Economics from Stanford University in 2006. Prior to working at the IMF, he also served as a Senior Executive with the Monetary Assessment and Strategy Department at Bank Negara Malaysia. During his tenure at the IMF, he has worked on exchange rate issues and the IMF flagship publication, the World Economic Outlook. He has also worked on Turkey during the completion of their last Stand-By Arrangement with the IMF. He has several working papers and publications in the field of international macroeconomics and finance.

 
International Affairs Forum: FINANCIAL CRISIS: US RECOVERY AND CHINA’S GROWTH
DR. DAN STEINBOCK DR. DAN STEINBOCK
Research Director of International Business, India, China and America Institute (ICA) USA

3 March 2009, Conference Room, ISIS Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur.




Biodata

Dr. Steinbock’s activities focus on international business and international relations among the most advanced and the large emerging economies. He divides his time between New York City, Shanghai and occasionally in Helsinki. His contributions have been published from The National Interest to American Foreign Policy Interest, both leading US foreign policy journals. Along with Columbia’s Joseph Stieglitz and Harvard’s Dan Rodrik, his works have been published by China & World Economy, China’s leading economic journal.

Dr. Steinbock has also published in the International Review by Shanghai’s leading think-tank, as well as Strategic Innovators, a leading Indian innovation journal by IIPM. A senior Fulbright scholar, he is an affiliate of the Institute for Strategy and Competitiveness (Prof M.E. Porter, Harvard Business School); Faculty Spokesman for the Forum to Advance Mobile Experience (FAME), an initiative by the CMO Council, representing 2,000 leading technology firms; and an affiliate of the Columbia Institute for Tele-Information (CITI). He is also on the Market Advisory Board of BusinessWeek, leading U.S. business weekly, the online panel of the Fortune Business Leader Council, leading U.S. business monthly.

Among his recent studies and journal articles are “NATO and Northern Europe: From Nordic Balance to Northern Balance,” American Foreign Policy Interests, 30: 4, Sept 2008 and “The Wealth of Gulf Cities,” The Gulf Research Economic Bulleting, No 7, 2008; while his essays and columns include “To Trade Or Not To Trade, That Is the Question,” China Daily, Feb 18, 2009, and “The Obama Administration´s S&T and Innovation Policies”, Kauppapolitiikka [Trade Policy], Feb 2009.

 
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