Welcome to YSI East Asia Working Group!
The YSI East Asia working group discusses issues regarding economic development in East Asia region including, but not limited to, the Asian capitalism, institutions, policies, financial markets and sustainability. We aim to understand different trajectories of conomic growth in the continent, and welcome an interdisciplinary approach.
The YSI East Asia working group discusses issues regarding economic development in East Asia region including, but not limited to, the Asian capitalism, institutions, policies, financial markets and sustainability and aims to understand different trajectories of economic growth in the continent. It welcomes the interdisciplinary approach by young scholars pertaining to economic questions of Asia.
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Economics in Search of a Soul
Working group(s): Economic Development, Finance, Law, and Economics, Financial Stability, History of Economic Thought, Philosophy of Economics, Economic History, Economics of Innovation, Cooperatives, Keynesian Economics, Gender and Economics, Political Economy of Europe, Latin America, Inequality, East Asia, Complexity Economics, Urban and Regional Economics, Africa, States and Markets, Sustainability, Behavior and Society, South Asia
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