Taiwan’s Participation in Regional and Global Economic Governance
A public affairs forum by the Taiwan Benevolent Association of America (TBAA)
10:45 AM - 12:30 PM, August 29, 2015
Double Tree by Hilton Hotel–San Jose: 2050 Gateway Place, San Jose, CA 95110
In light of the fast-changing economic architecture in the Asia-Pacific region (APEC, TPP, RCEP, FTAAP, AIIB, etc.), the uncertain future of the WTO Doha Round, the potential contributions Taiwan can make and the obstacles it faces, and the evolving U.S. policy toward the Asia-Pacific, TBAA sponsors this conference to increase public awareness and knowledge. It will identify the key trends in Asian regional economic integration, discusses the U.S. economic statecraft toward the region, and examines Taiwan’s case (and preparation) for TPP and other initiatives.
- Vinod Aggarwal, Professor of Political Science & Director of Berkeley APEC Study Center, University of California, Berkeley
- Lowell Dittmer, Professor of Political Science and Editor, Asian Survey, University of California, Berkeley
- Donald K. Emmerson, Senior Fellow Emeritus and Director, Southeast Asia Program, Stanford University
- Henry S. Rowen, Senior Fellow, Hoover Institution and Director-Emeritus, Shorenstein APARC, Stanford University
- Vincent Wei-cheng Wang (Moderator), Professor of Political Science, University of Richmond
Continuing its previous successful collaborative partnerships with leading think tanks, research organizations, and academic institutions since 2010 (see http://tbaagdc.blogspot.com/), TBAA organizes this conference to enhance public awareness of important issues related to Taiwan and U.S.-Taiwan relations. Established in 1979, the Taiwan Benevolent Association of America (TBAA, http://www.tbaa.us/) is a civic organization of Taiwanese-Americans with 24 chapters across the United States whose main purposes are to promote U.S.-Taiwan relations and the status of Taiwanese-Americans in the U.S. Direct inquiries to Vincent Wang (firstname.lastname@example.org).