Call for Papers on Post-COVID-19 Challenges and Regional Integration in Asia
Post-COVID-19 Challenges and Regional Integration in Asia
Asian Development Bank Institute, ASEAN-India Centre at RIS, and Chulalongkorn University’s ASEAN Study Center
COVID-19 shocks to labor flows, trade and investment, travel and tourism, and supply chains have contributed to the global growth slowdown, worsening health and nutrition, and a rebound in poverty, threatening the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals. As Asian countries struggle with the economic impacts of COVID-19, they have to look for new opportunities to strengthen regional institutions, improve regional infrastructure and connectivity, advance trade policy, and develop cross-border solutions to shared challenges.
The Asian Development Bank Institute, ASEAN-India Centre at RIS, and Chulalongkorn University’s ASEAN Study Center are seeking original, unpublished papers examining post-COVID-19 challenges to regional integration and development in Asia, to be featured in a related workshop and considered for publication in a special issue of the Journal of Asian Economic Integration. Paper submissions may address policy issues at a country or regional level and should combine empirical research with distinct policy messages. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
- Trade and investment
- Multilateral trade relations
- Public health
- Institutions and governance
- Supply chains
- Sustainability and economic development
- Financial integration
Policy makers, scholars, economic commentators, and private sector representatives are all highly encouraged to submit papers.
Authors should submit their full papers in accordance with the journal’s guidelines via this link by 30 July 2021.
Authors of selected papers will be notified by the organizers and invited to participate in a virtual workshop, the date for which will be announced later.
Inquires may be directed to Peter Morgan.