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The Political Economy of Trade Conflicts

11.12.1993 - 12.12.1993

Koordination: Franz Waldenberger; Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, Tokyo, Institute of Modern Political Science and Economics der Waseda Universität

Abriss

Die Aufmerksamkeit, die der Wirtschaft Japans weltweit entgegengebracht wird, ist wesentlich durch den Umstand bedingt, daß die Entwicklung der japanischen Wirtschaft handelspolitische Interessen anderer Länder tagniert hat.

Im Mittelpunkt dieser Konferenz stand der Handelskonflikt, seine innere Logik, seine Funktionsweise und seine Bedeutung als Spielart internationaler Wirtschaftspolitik.

 

Programm


11.12.1993:
1st session: Japanese Trade Policy
Bureaucrats, Politicians and Big Business
Prof. Kōsuke Ōyama, Tsukuba University

Foreign and Domestic Determinants of Trade Policy
Risaburō Nezu, Ministry for International Trade and Industry

2nd session: US Trade Policy
Bilateralism and Regionalism in US Trade Strategy
Kenneth Oye, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

The Rationale behind US Trade Policy
Jonathan Aronson

3rd session: EC Trade Policy
EC Trade Policy: Some Key Charakteristics
Hans-Peter Fröhlich, Institut der deutschen Wirtschaft, Cologne

EC Trade Policy: The Twelve vis-à-vis Japan - From Confrontation to Kooperation
Wolfgang Papa, European Commission, Brussels

Panel discussion
Trade Policy and Japan, the US and EC - Similarities and Pecularities



12.12.1993:
4th session: Conflict Area I - Agriculture
Historical Background of Government Intervention in Agriculture and Possible Compromise in the Farm Trade Area
Kenji Horiguchi, Waseda University

Japanese Farm Products Trade and Japanese Agricultural Policy
Yoshiaki Watanabe, Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries

EC Agricultural Policy and International Agricultural Trade Effects
Adolf Weber, University of Kiel

5th session: Conflict Area II - High Technology
The Role of Governments in High Tech Trade
Glen S. Fukushima, AT&T Tokyo

Bureaucratic Policies for High Technology Industries
Maurice Bourène, EC Delegation Tokyo

An Analysis of Anti-Dumping Policies in World Markets for High Technology Products
Kazuharu Kiyono, Waseda University

6th session: Means of Conflict Solution
SII - a Solution Model for Trade Conflicts
Takehiko Yamamoto, Waseda University

Competition Policy as a Market Opening Instrument
Franz Waldenberger

Veranstaltungsort

International Conference Center, Waseda University
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