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Distinguished Speakers:
Joshua Aizenman (University of California, Santa Cruz) 
Pranab Bardhan (University of California, Berkeley)
Hal Hill (Australia National University)
Cheng Hsiao (University of Southern California)
Shinichi Ichimura (Kyoto University, Japan)
Ali Khan (John Hopkins University)
Jack Knetsch (Simon Fraser University)
Peter John Lloyd (University of Melbourne)
Warwick J McKibbin (Australian National University)
Ronald McKinnon (Stanford University)
Danny Quah (London School of Economics)
Donald Rubin (Harvard University)
Clement Tisdell (University of Queensland)
Wing Thye Woo (University of California, Davis)
Steven Mark Sheffrin (University of California, Davis)
Following the success of the Singapore Economic Review Conferences in 2005 and 2007 (close to 350 economists from 40 countries attended), we are pleased to organize the third conference from August 6-8, 2009 in Singapore.

The Singapore Economic Review (SER) has been a leading journal in economics in Asia since it was founded in 1956. The SER is a general economics journal devoted to publishing papers of high academic standard. It covers a wide range of economic issues, especially those impinging on Southeast Asia and the broader Asia-Pacific region. SER is also indexed in major economics indices such as the Social Sciences Citation Index (SSCI); Google Scholar; EconLit; and RePec.

The SER invites theoretical and empirical papers on ALL aspects of economics:

  • International Economics and International Finance
  • Macroeconomics
  • Banking and Financial Markets
  • Econometric Models and Applications
  • Public Economics
  • Population, Demography and Fertility
  • Energy, Environment and Resources
  • Transport Economics
  • Behavioral and Experimental Economics
  • China, India and other Emerging Economies
  • Singapore and other ASEAN Economies
  • Asian Economies
  • Development Economics
  • Labour Economics
  • Industrial Relations
Co-organisers through the Editorial Board:
Centre for Liberal Arts and Social Sciences