[KS] Reminder: Call for papers - "The Making of a Global Economic Player? Korea in Comparative Perspective" Conference - CEU-Budapest, 12-14 June 2014

Coordinator IRES koreaconf at gmail.com
Wed Mar 12 04:26:39 EDT 2014

Dear All,

This is a kind reminder that the deadline for submitting abstracts for the
conference* 'The Making of a Global Economic Player? Korea in Comparative
Perspective'* organized by Central European University (CEU) in the
framework of the KF Global E-School Project is this Sunday, *March 15*.

The event will take place in Budapest on *June 12-14, 2014*.

Please find the announcement on call for papers attached to this e-mail.

Please, feel free to forward this call to organizations or individuals who
can be interested in the conference.

Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me at
pasztora at ceu.hu.

Best regards,

Anna Pasztor

  ** * **

* Call for Papers   The Making of a Global Economic Player? Korea in
Comparative Perspective     Central European University, Budapest, Hungary,
12-14 June 2014     The steady rise of 'made in Korea' and the
establishment of global brands, as well as the expansion of development
assistance seem to suggest that we are witnessing the making of a Global
Economic Player. At the same time at home calls for economic
democratization in South Korea are incessant.     The Asia Research
Initiative (ARI) and the Department of International Relations and European
Studies (IRES) at Central European University (Budapest, Hungary) are
pleased to announce the conference 'The Making of a Global Economic Player?
Korea in Comparative Perspective'. The event is hosted by Central European
University (CEU) in Budapest and will take place on 12-14 June 2014.   The
event is supported by Korea Foundation and is part of the KF Global
E-school in Eurasia, a project aimed at developing a multi-university and
multi-platform online real-time curriculum in Korean Studies. Central
European University is the first European university to host a Global
E-School, which brings together 18 universities in 14 countries in Europe
and Asia.   Possible thematic areas to be covered during the conference
include: -          From Political to Economic Democratization; -
Does the Welfare State have a future in Korea? -          Korea's foreign
and trade policy; -          The rise of middle powers in global politics;
-          Overseas Aid and South-South Cooperation.   Suggestions for
topics other than those indicated above are welcome, with a preference for
panel submissions in such cases.   Submission of Proposals Proposals should
be submitted via e-mail to koreaconf at gmail.com <koreaconf at gmail.com> (as an
attachment in MS Word, RTF or PDF format). Please include: 1) Name 2)
Institutional affiliation 3) Title/position 4) E-mail address 5) A one-page
CV 6) Title of Paper (maximum 20 words) 7) Abstract of Paper (maximum 250
words)   The working language of the conference is English. The deadline
for abstracts is 15th March 2014. Applicants will be notified of the
outcome of their submission by the end of March.    Full details of the
program, conference fee, registration and accommodation arrangements will
be available by early May. For all inquiries contact Dr. Youngmi Kim
(Department of International Relations and European Studies, CEU) or Ms.
Anna Pasztor at pasztora at ceu.hu <pasztora at ceu.hu>. *

Program Coordinator
Department of International Relations and European Studies
Central European University
Budapest 1051
Nador u. 9.
Tel: +36-1-327-300 ext. 2451
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