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Dear Reader,

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All of the online resources reported here have been thoroughly checked at the time of their listing. However, it is possible that, with the with the passage of time, many of the originally reported materials might have been removed from the Internet, or changed their online address, or varied the scope and quality of their contents.

Fortunately, in several cases it is possible to access many of the older versions of the resources listed in the MONITOR. This can be easily done via the free services of the "The Internet Archive" http://web.archive.org/, a remarkable brainchild of Brewster Kahle, San Francisco, CA.

- with warm regards -

Editor, Dr T. Matthew Ciolek.

Canberra, 21 January 2011.

23 April 2004

Pacific Trade and Development Conference (PAFTAD) Papers


Asia Pacific School of Economics and Government, The Australian National University, Canberra, Australia

"PAFTAD Conference Papers. These papers are for information only. They being revised for publication and the authors must be contacted before any citation is made. The authors can be contacted through the PAFTAD Secretariat. [...] PAFTAD promotes policy-oriented academic research and discussion of Asia Pacific economic issues, serves as the most authoritative source of economic analysis in the Pacific area, and generates high-quality publications on international economic and development issues. Almost every year since 1968 many of the Pacific's leading economists have gathered under the banner of the Pacific Trade and Development Conference (PAFTAD) to debate and discuss fundamental economic issues facing the region.

Site contents:
[papers, in PDF format] * Asia Pacific countries and the Doha Development Agenda; * The Rise of East Asian Regionalism; * The Rise of Services Trade: Regional Initiatives and Challenges for the WTO; * Asia Pacific Regional Architecture and Financial Market Integration; * Truncated Globalism: The Fate of the Asia Pacific Economies?; * Multilateral Trade Cooperation After Cancun; * Reshaping the Asia Pacific Economic Order; * Politico-Strategic Dimensions of Economic Cooperation in the Asia Pacific; * The Economics and Politics of People Movement in East Asia and the Pacific; * The Impact of East Asian Economic Integration on the Asia Pacific Region.


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