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Canberra, 21 January 2011.

10 November 2008

East Asia Forum Blog


10 Nov 2008

East Asian Bureau of Economic Research (EABER), Crawford School of Economics and Government, The Australian National University, Canberra, Australia.

"East Asia Forum [est. 2003] provides a platform for the best in East Asian analysis, research and policy comment on the Asia-Pacific region and world affairs. The blog is run out of the East Asian Bureau of Economic Research (EABER) [www.eaber.org/intranet/main/eaber_home.php] housed in the Crawford School of Economics and Government. Contributors are from the Crawford School, across the Australian National University and other regional institutions in EABER. Content includes Australian, East Asian and Asia Pacific region perspectives, with guest bloggers from right around the region. The East Asia Forum blog is a blog for EAF [www.crawford.anu.edu.au/research_units/ear/] and EABER and is edited by Shiro Armstrong and Peter Drysdale who are economists at the Australian National University. [...] East Asia Forum welcomes comments, both for adding depth to analysis and for bringing up important new issues. Original comments adding insight and contributing to analysis are especially encouraged."

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* Editors & Contributors;
* Posts By Issue (Asia Pacific Community, Asia and the US financial crisis, Climate Change, WTO);
* Posts By Country (China, India, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, North Korea, Pakistan, Philippines, PNG, Taiwan, Thailand, Vietnam);
* Recent Comments;
* Recent Posts (The ASEAN Charter and remodeling regional architecture, Semi-presidential democracy in East Asia, Indonesian anti-corruption efforts enter minefields, New Zealand and the Financial Crisis, Obama and Asia, What Obama means for Asia, Vietnam's crisis within the crisis, India: Turning Crisis into Opportunity?);
* Top Posts (What Obama means for Asia, Chinese Growth and the Financial Crisis, Obama and Asia, Vietnam's crisis within the crisis, New Zealand and the Financial Crisis, Semi-presidential democracy in East Asia, Financial crisis and PNG, Consequences of melamine-laced milk for China, NZ, Japan and beyond, China not immune from the US financial crisis);
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URL http://eastasiaforum.org/

Internet Archive http://web.archive.org/web/*/http://eastasiaforum.org/

Link reported by: Gregore Lopez (gregore.lopez--at--anu.edu.au), forwarded by east_asia_forum--at--anu.edu.au

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