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20th Annual Graduate Student Conference on East Asia

20th Annual Graduate Student Conference on East Asia

Friday, 4 February 2011

This conference provided a forum for graduate students from institutions around the world to meet and present their research for discussion with other students and Columbia faculty. Nearly a hundred students presented papers, including “Investing the Lessons of East Asia: A ‘Market-Enhancing’ View of Dynamic Export Promotion,” “China: Catching Up or Falling Behind?,” and “Legal Aid NGOs and the Rule of Law in China.” Read more details..

This event was co-sponsored with the Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures as well as several other organizations at Columbia.

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