Asian Economic Papers is sponsored by the Center for Sustainable Development, Columbia University, United States; the Korea Institute for International Economic Policy, South Korea; the Jeffrey Cheah Institute on Southeast Asia, Sunway University, Malaysia; the Economic Research Institute for ASEAN and East Asia, Indonesia; and Antai College of Economics and Management, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China. AEP’s articles focus on rigorous, objective analysis of key economic issues of a particular Asian economy or of the broader Asian region, and offer creative solutions to these Asian economic issues.
AEP selects articles from open submissions and solicits articles from the top experts in the fields that are of high contemporary interest. Authors present their analyses at the Asian Economic Panel, which convenes thrice yearly in different parts of the world. The panel, which held its first meeting in April of 2001, invites about forty leading economists from all over the world to each meeting to discuss the subjects of that particular meeting. The discussion of each topic begins with the presentation of an analytical paper.
AEP makes its publication decisions after reviewing the revised papers. The proceedings of the AEP conference are edited and published thrice yearly in a journal, Asian Economic Papers (MIT Press).
Editor-in-Chief: Wing Thye Woo
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