2003 Summer International Symposium in Japanese
Slavic Eurasia's Integration into the World Economy and Community
On July 16-19, 2003
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At Room 423, Slavic Research Center, Hokkaido University, Sapporo

July 16 (Wed.)
15:30-17:30: Opening Lectures:

David LANE (Cambridge U, UK)

“Global Capital and Transition from State Socialism”

Wolfram SCHRETTL (German Institute of Economic Research, Germany)

“Russia's Integration into the World Economy”
Chair:
TABATA Shinichiro (SRC)
17:30-18:30 Beer Reception


July 17 (Thu.)

9:30-12:00: Session 1 : “Sustainable Growth of Russia and the Factor of Oil and Gas

Vladimir TIKHOMIROV (Nikoil, Russia)

“The Future of Russia’s Economic Growth: De-Coupling from Oil”

KUBONIWA Masaaki (Hitotsubashi U, Japan)

“Measuring Distances between Russian and Global Standards”

Vladimir POPOV (New Economic School, Russia)

“Accumulation of Foreign Exchange Reserves and Long Term Growth”
Chair: MIZOBATA Satoshi (Kyoto U, Japan)
Discussants: SUHARA Manabu (Nihon U, Japan)


12:00-13:30: Lunch Break


13:30-15:30: Session 2 : “Enlargement of European Union toward the East

Nigel SWAIN (U of Liverpool, UK/ SRC)

“Saddling a Cow: the Accession States and the European Model of Agriculture”

SENGOKU Manabu (Seinan Gakuin U, Japan)

“Race to the Bottom?: European Social Model and the Accession Countries”
Chair: HAYASHI Tadayuki (SRC)
Discussants: ITO Takayuki (Waseda U, Japan)
YAMAMURA Rihito (SRC)


15:45-17:45: Session 3 : Globalization of the Russian Far East: Chinese Immigrants in the Region

Mikhail ALEXSEEV (San Diego U, USA)

“Chinese Migration into Primorskii Krai: Economic Effects and Interethnic Hostility”

OHTSU Sadayoshi (Osaka Sangyo U, Japan)

“Changing Characteristics of Cross Border Labour Migration in the North East Asia - Focusing on Russo-Chinese Border”
Chair: KUMO Kazuhiro (Kagawa U, Japan)
Discussants: Nadezhda MIKHEEVA (Economic Research Institute, Khabarovsk, Russia)
ZHAO Huasheng (Institute of International Affairs, Shanghai, China)


18:30-20:30:
Reception at Aspen Hotel


July 18 (Fri.)
9:30-12:00: Session 4 :Security in Russia and Central Asia: Looking from Asia ” (Round table)

Erlan KARIN (Central Asian Agency of Political Research, Kazakhstan)

“Current Situation of the Political Stability in Central Asia and Its Perspective”(in Russian)

ZHAO Huasheng (Institute of International Affairs, Shanghai, China)

“Security Building in Central Asia and Shanghai Cooperation Organization”

IWASHITA Akihiro (SRC)

“Shanghai Cooperation Organization and Its Implications for Eurasian Security”
Chair: OKA Natsuko (Institute of Developing Economies, Japan)


12:00-13:30: Lunch Break


13:30-15:30: Session 5 : “Globalization and Regional Politics in Russia

Kelly McMANN (Case Western Reserve U, USA)

“International Influences on Russian Regional Democratization”

Victor KOUZNETSOV (Samara Regional Administration, Russia)

“Informational and Cultural Changes in Modern Russia and Their Influence on the Political System”
Chair: MATSUZATO Kimitaka (SRC)
Discussants: SHIMOTOMAI Nobuo (Hosei U, Japan)
HYODO Shinji (National Institute for Defense Studies, Japan)


15:45-17:45: Session 6 : “Interaction of the Russian Economy and the World Economy

Evgeny GAVRILENKOV (Troika Dialog, Russia)

“Diversification of the Russian Economy and Growth”

UEGAKI Akira (Seinan Gakuin U, Japan)

“Russia and the IMF”
Chair: NAKAMURA Yasushi (Yokohama National U, Japan)
Discussants: ONOZUKA Yoshimitsu (Doshisha U, Japan)
SHIOBARA Toshihiko (Kochi U, Japan)


July 19 (Sat.) Excursion and Post-Symposium Seminars



Organizing Committee of the Summer International Symposium of 2003:
Head
TABATA Shinichiro
Deputy Head
IWASHITA Akihiro
Executive Secretary
MOURI Kumi
Executive Secretary
FUJIMORI Shinkichi
Secretary
OSUGA Mika
E-mail
src@slav.hokudai.ac.jp


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