ICAS     Institute for Corean-American Studies, Inc

ICAS Winter Symposium


in collaboration with

Center for East Asian Studies University of Pennsylvania,
Council for America My Country,
Department of Economics University of Pennsylvania,
Economic Research Institute for Northeast Asia,
Law Firm of David Oh,
Philadelphia Bar Association International Law Committee,
Project LINK,
SEI Investments

February 11, 2000, Friday, 8:30 AM - 9: 30 PM
Logan Hall Room 17, University of Pennsylvania , Philadelphia


economic, international relations, and security issues


Morning session (8: 30 AM - 12: 30 PM)
8: 30 AMREGISTRATION & Continental Breakfast
moderatorSang Joo Kim (ICAS Senior Fellow)
9: 00AMWelcome & Opening Address: What Are the Issues?
Synja P Kim (ICAS Fellow, President and Chairman)
9: 05AMState of the Affairs of the Korean Peninsula
Evans J R Revere (Director, Office of Korean Affairs, U. S. Department of State)
9: 30AM South Korea's Political Dynamics: Parliamentary Election and and Its Impact on Economic Outlook
Stephen Costello (Director, Program on Korea In Transition, Atlantic Council of the United States)
9: 55AMSouth Korea's Economy: Challenges and Prospects
William B Brown (ICAS Fellow; Senior International Economist, U. S. Department of Commerce)
10: 20AMbreak
10: 35AM North Korea-U. S. Relations: Issues and Answers
Chuck Downs (Senior Foreign and Defence Policy Advisor, Republican Policy Committee, U. S. House of Representatives)
11: 00AM Northeast Asian Security: The North Korean Dilemma
Desaix Anderson (Executive Director, The Korean Peninsula Energy Development Organisation)
11: 25AMPanel Discussion: Critiques & Questions Enid H. Adler (Co-Chair, Philadelphia Bar Association International Law Committee), Keith Costa (Editor, Inside the Pentagon), Sam Jaffe (Staff Writer, Business Week)


12: 30PM Lunch


Afternoon session (1: 30 PM - 5: 15 PM)


1: 30PM A Mongolian View of the Asian Affairs
Jalbuu Choinhor (Ambassador Extraordinary & Plenipotentiary of Mongolia to the United States)
1: 55PMOutlook for the World Economic Health
Lawrence R Klein (ICAS Distinguished Fellow, ICAS Liberty Award Recipient; Benjamin Franklin Professor of Economics Emeritus, University of Pennsylvania; Nobel Laureate)
2: 20PM Japan's Economy: Gaining Strength
Kurt E Karl (Executive Vice President, Global Services, WEFA)
2: 55PMbreak
3: 10PMAsia's New Economic Models for Sustainable Growth
Pete Engardio (Asia Edition Editor, Business Week)
3: 35PM Fixing U. S. Policy toward Taiwan
Peter T R Brookes (Principal Advisor for East Asian Affairs, Republican Staff, International Relations Committee, U. S. House of Representatives)
4: 00PMChina in the New Century
Jacques deLisle (ICAS Fellow; Professor of Law, University of Pennsylvania)
4: 25PMPanel Discussion: Critiques & Questions
Sharon Behn (Reporter, Agence France Presse), Bang N Jeon (Associate Professor of Economics, Drexel University), Tae Hee Yoon (Chief Executive Officer, Korea Economic Intelligence)
5: 15PMClosing Remark


Acknowledgement:Law Firm of David Oh
SEI Investments


ICAS Staff: Young Wha Son Baek (Director for Korea Desk), Jerry Boucher (Director for Systems Management), Shaun Cho (Director for Logistics), Im Ja P Choi (Director for Community Relations), Michael M Kang (Director for External Affairs), In Whan Kim (Director for ICAS Golf Classic), Il Hwan Kim (Deputy Director for Development), Sang Joo Kim (Executive Vice President), Synja P Kim (President), Dennis M O'Dowd (Director for Development), David H Oh (Director for Government Relations), Sung Won Paek (Director for Volunteer Task Force), Xingyi Que (Director for Office Management)


Also see:ICAS Reception & Dinner
Speech by Takekazu Kawamura
Ambassador & Consul General of Japan, New York


N. B. ICAS Spring Symposium: Humanity, Economy and Technology
University of Pennsylvania, May 1, 2000 Monday
Speakers: Francis Fukuyama, Lawrence R Klein, Robert A Scalapino, Jerome J Shestack, Ezra F Vogel (list in progress)


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