REPORT

Workshop on “Chile, Japan, and Asia”

Institute for Advanced Studies on Asia (IASA), UTokyo Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile(Chile)

Date: October 8th, Wednesday, 2014

Place: 2nd conference room, 3rd floor, IASA, UTokyo

Speakers:
Ikemoto Yukio Professor, Institute for Advanced Studies on Asia(IASA), UTokyo
Sato Jin Professor, Institute for Advanced Studies on Asia(IASA), UTokyo
Johannes Rehner Professor, Center for Asian Studies (CEA UC) & Institute of Geography, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile
Raimundo Soto Professor, Department of Economics, Universidad Católica de Chile
Sebastián Baeza Professor, Institute of Geography, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile

Program

10:00~11:00Johannes Rehner, “Resource driven export boom, economic growth and employment in Chile´s Regions – impacts of trade with Asian countries”
11:00~12:00Ikemoto Yukio, “On Japanese Economy”
12:00~13:00Lunch
13:00~14:00Raimundo Soto, “Resource Rents, Institutions and Violent Civil Conflicts”
14:00~15:00 Sato Jin, “Resource Politics and State-Society Relations: Comparing Japan and Thailand”
15:00~15:15Coffee Break
15:15~16:15Sebastián Baeza, “The impact of wood chips: corporate territories and the benefits of trade between Chile and Japan in the forestry sector”