150011 VU The East Asian Economy: Regional Economic Integration and Regional Architecture in East Asia (2018S)
- Registration is open from Mo 12.02.2018 10:00 to Th 05.04.2018 10:00
- Deregistration possible until Th 05.04.2018 10:00
Classes (iCal) - next class is marked with N
Aims, contents and method of the course
Assessment and permitted materials
Course Attendance and Participation in Discussion: 20%
Final Examination: 30%
Minimum requirements and assessment criteria
Raising comments, asking questions and bringing relevant issues into discussion are all highly encouraged and welcome. In the classroom, a basic rule "anybody can intervene anytime" would be applied, so that both professor and students have enough opportunities to discuss important and relevant issues to their satisfaction.
Students assigned to presentations have to prepare presentation material, either in PPT file format or Word/pdf format, and make it available by the end of the week preceding the presentation.
Students have to submit one (academic) term paper by May 16, the final day of the course. The topic of the term paper can in principle be freely chosen among the topics of the course. It’s also allowed to select a topic, on which the students have presented in the class.
Term papers to be submitted will normally be of around 4,000 words, and have to additionally include footnotes and references.
* Robson, Peter, "The Economics of International Integration", Third Edition, Routledge, London and New York 1993.
* Asian Development Bank, "Asian Economic Integration Report", various issues.
* Asian Development Bank, "Emerging Asian Regionalism: A Partnership for Shared Prosperity", Manila, 2008/\.