Date: 24 September 2021, Friday
Time: Kuala Lumpur: 2.00-4.30pm | Canberra: 4.00-6.30pm | Tokyo: 3.00-5.30pm | Manila: 2.00-4.30pm | Jakarta: 1.00-3.30pm
The Covid-19 pandemic is the most serious shock to the peacetime global economy in 90 years. The impact of the Covid-19 pandemic has devasting impact on global economies and serious disruptions on economic activities and societies. It has tested every aspect of government and society, from the health system to macroeconomic management and much else. East Asia is no exception, with much societal disruption and significant increases in poverty, alongside highly variable outcomes across and within countries.
As we approach the two-year mark, this international webinar will provide a stocktake of the record to date and an overview of the challenges going forward. The webinar will bring together leading researchers and expert panel to discuss key economic and social issues related to the economic resilience and recovery of East Asia.
Among the key issues to be examined by an expert panel are:
- Will East Asia recover its economic dynamism?
- How does the global and regional architecture need to be reformed?
- What are the salient lessons from the pandemic episode?
- How has the event transformed national development priorities?
2.00pm – Opening Remarks
2.15pm – Session 1: Pandemic and Economic Resilience in East Asia
The East Asian Economies: Recovery Prospects and Future Challenges
East Asian Global Value Chains in the Pandemic: Resilience and Adjustment
3.15pm – Session 2: Panel Discussion on the Impact of Pandemic and Implications for East Asia
Resilience of Malaysian Economy
Challenges of The Philippines
Opportunities and Challenges of Indonesia