Royal Government of Cambodia-ERIA-Harvard Symposium "Realizing a More Integrated, Competitive, Equitable, and Resilient ASEAN Community"

Updated:March 27, 2017

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Date

October 30, 2012 - October 31, 2012

Venue

Phnom Penh, Cambodia

Organizer

Royal Government of Cambodia-ERIA-Harvard University

Abstract

This two-day Symposium meant to discuss and articulate to the public a number of key issues towards "Realizing a More Integrated, Competitive, Equitable, and Resilient ASEAN Community". The issues revolve around moving forward the ASEAN Economic Community, the ASEAN Socio-Cultural Community, and ASEAN Political-Security Community into 2015 and beyond. Specifically, moving the ASEAN Community forward into 2015 and beyond, addressing the following key elements:

(1)challenges of accelerating ASEAN economic community building

(2)ensuring an equitable, stable and robust growth of ASEAN

(3)ensuring a more resilient ASEAN

(4)further regulatory reforms and institutional buildings to deepen ASEAN integration and community building process

(5)enhancing connectivity, innovation, and technology capability toward a competitive, green, and smart ASEAN Community

The ideas, insights, and recommendations from the presentations and discussions in the Symposium will be consolidated into a document entitled, "Realizing a More Integrated, Competitive, Equitable, and Resilient ASEAN Community" to be part of the actions in the "Phnom Penh Agenda," adopted by ASEAN Leaders in April 2012. The Symposium is the venue for the distillation, elaboration, and discussion of key elements of the Phnom Penh Agenda to be submitted to ASEAN and East Asian Summits.

It is hoped that the deliberation of the Symposium could be presented formally to the ASEAN Heads of State by the ASEAN Secretary General and the Executive Director of ERIA during the ASEAN Summit in Phnom Penh in November 2012.

Draft Agenda of Government of_Cambodia -ERIA - HARVARD Symposium (as of Oct 23).pdf

Presentation Materials

Session 1

1. Prof. Fukunari Kimura

3. Dr. Masahiro Kawai

4. Prof. Prema-chandra Athukorala

5a. Abstract_Prof. Renato Flores

5b. Paper_Prof. Renato Flores

6. Prof. Kriengsak Chareonwongsak

7a. Dr. Jayant Menon

7b. Dr. Jayant Menon_Narrowing the development divide CLMV ERIA

7c. Dr. Jayant Menon_Tables and Figures for Paper on Development Gaps in ASEAN APEL

8. Dr. Vo Tri Thanh

9. Dr. Ramon M Quesada

10. Dr. Filologo Pante

Session 2

Keynote Speech_Dr. William H. Overholt

Dr. Ramesh Sharma

Dr. Salil K.Sen

H.E. Ngy Chanphal

Session 3

1. Prof. Gary Hawke

2. Asa Larsson

3. Ryozo Hayashi

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