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16

2021 Asia-Pacific Conference on Economics and Finance ‘LIVE’

APEF  
 Conference CFP

When:

  16 Dec through 17 Dec 2021

CFP Deadline:

  16 Dec 2021

Where:

  Singapore, Singapore

Website URL:

  https://apef.ear.com.sg/

Sponsoring organization:

  East Asia Research & Loughborough University & UNIMAS

Categories:

  Business - Economics

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Event description:

APEF 2021 is moving forward with a physical event in 2021! We’re pleased to announce that 2021 Asia-Pacific Conference on Economics & Finance (APEF 2021), organized by East Asia Research & supported by Universiti Malaysia Sarawak and Loughborough University, UK, will be live, in-person, in Singapore from December 16-17, 2021! Learn from the masters at the premier conference for the Economics and Finance community. 2021 Conference Theme: International Capital Flows and Foreign Investment There has quite rightly been a strong focus on liberalising international trade in the Asia-Pacific. Much less attention however has been paid to liberalising foreign investment in the region. Yet economic theory suggests foreign investment, through a range of microeconomic and macroeconomic channels, can deliver productivity and national income gains comparable with those stemming from international trade. Questions also arise about whether short term capital flows can be destabilising for ... Read more

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