Workshop 2004/2005

Hosting major international sports events: comparing Asia and Europe

Major international sporting events have an extraordinary capacity to generate emotionally powerful and shared experiences. Events like the Olympic Games, the Football World Cup, and other major sporting events reveal both the appeal and elusiveness of sport. In the age of global television, the capacity of major sports events to shape and project images of the host, both domestically and globally, make them highly attractive for political and economic elites.

Urban Transport Policy in ASEAN: Lessons from European Experience

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18-20 December 2004, Jakarta, Indonesia

ASEF/Alliance Workshop

Dr Nick Marler (University of Leeds, United Kingdom)
Ms Ellen Tangkudung (University of Indonesia)

Regional Stability and East Asia

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23 & 25 November 2004
Paris (23), France and Madrid, Spain (25)

An European Alliance for Asian Studies Conference
For information: European Institute for Asian Studies (EIAS)
Rue des Deux Eglises 35, 1000 Brussels, Belgium
T +32-2-2308122 / F +32-2-2305402
C.horekens@eias.org

Asia Update on Energy, Security and Environment

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18-19 November 2004

Madrid Spain

An European Alliance for Asian Studies event

Centro de Estudios de Asia Oriental
Autonomous University of Madrid
Edificio Rectorado, 5ª planta, Campus de Cantoblanco, 28049 Madrid, Spain
T +34-91397 4695
F +34-91397 5278
ceao@uam.es

Hosting Major International Sports Events: Comparing Asia and Europe - Draft programme

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An Asia-Europe Foundation (ASEF) and European Alliance for Asian Studies Sponsored International Workshop at The Scottish Centre for P.E. Sport and Leisure Studies and Moray House School of Education, The University of Edinburgh, March 10-11, 2005

ASEF Edinburgh Workshop 2005 - Paper Abstracts

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What does Germany expect to gain from hosting the 2006 Football World Cup? Macroeconomic and regional economic effects
Dr Gerd Ahlert
Institute of Economic Structures Research, Osnabrueck, Germany.

Hosting Major International Sports Events: Comparing Asia and Europe

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ASEF-EAAS Workshop 2005

Edinburgh, Scotland, UK, 10 – 12 March 2005

The University of Edinburgh

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Draft programme
Information on contributors

ASEF - EAAS Workshop 2005

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Contemporary Migrations in Asia and Europe: Exploring Transnationalism, Multiple Linkages and Development

Manila, The Philippines, 12-14 January 2005
Venue: Richmonde Hotel, Manila

Asia-Europe Workshop Series 2004/2005

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19-20 May 2004, Vienna, Austria
Writing History between Europe and Asia

Prof. Susanne Weigelin-Schweidrzik (University of Vienna, Austria)
Prof. K. Kesavapany (Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Singapore)
November 2004, Hamburg, Germany
Port-Cities and City-States in Asia and Europe
Prof. Chua Beng Huat (National University of Singapore)
Dr Arndt Graf (University of Hamburg, Germany)

ASEF paper abstracts

ASEF Edinburgh Workshop 2005 

Paper Abstracts

What does Germany expect to gain from hosting the 2006 Football World Cup? Macroeconomic and regional economic effects
Dr Gerd Ahlert
Institute of Economic Structures Research, Osnabrueck, Germany.

Hosting Major International Sports Events: Comparing Asia and Europe

  
Draft programme
An Asia-Europe Foundation (ASEF) and European Alliance for Asian Studies Sponsored International Workshop at The Scottish Centre for P.E. Sport and Leisure Studies and Moray House School of Education, The University of Edinburgh, March 10-11, 2005

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