Establishing Relationships Throughout the Region

The APEC Study Center at Columbia University enhances the School's rich tradition of research and teaching on the Asia Pacific region by serving as the focal point of study on issues of economic importance for the region.

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A Leading Center for Research

Columbia University has long been a leading center for the study of China and Japan, with one of the oldest and most highly regarded programs of study in these areas, including one of the nation's largest concentrations of specialists in East Asian affairs.

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APEC Learning

A number of courses taught at Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA) and School of Business (CBS) are relevant to the APEC Study Center because of the combination of their substantive and country-specific or regional focus.

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APEC Study Center at Columbia University
Columbia University, 3022 Broadway
2M-9 Uris Hall
New York, NY 10027-7004
212-854-3976

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