PAFTAD

The Pacific Trade and Development (PAFTAD) Conference is an academic conference series that originated in 1968. PAFTAD promotes policy-oriented academic research and discussion of Asia Pacific economic issues. In addition to the conferences, held approximately every 18 months, PAFTAD provides high-quality publications on these issues. The book series plays an important role as a source of policy ideas for officials and policymakers on regional trade development issues.

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Asian Economic Integration in an Era of Global Uncertainty »

Publication date: January 2018

The Pacific Trade and Development (PAFTAD) conference series has been at the forefront of analysing challenges facing the economies of East Asia and the Pacific since its first meeting in Tokyo in January 1968.