The Global Economic Crisis: Implications for ASEAN

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About the Publication

In June 2009, the ASEAN Studies Centre of the Institute of Southeast Asian Studies and the Konrad Adenauer Stiftung organized ISEAS annual roundtable, this time on the subject of "The Global Economic Crisis: Implications for ASEAN". The roundtable concluded that the crisis had a significant impact on the region, and ASEAN needed to have a better co-ordinated approach if it was to weather the storm. The region had taken into account the fact that the developed countries like the US and the EU would take a longer time to come out of the crisis. Hence, while export-led growth policies had served the region well in the past, governments now had to adopt policies that were oriented more to the domestic or regional markets. Another conclusion of the roundtable had to do with the notion of security. The current economic crisis was considered as a new kind of insecurity. Hence, the future treatment of regional security should be reconceptualized, so that there could be better prospects of anticipating future threats from the economic realm. Lastly, the roundtable judged that ASEAN had not fully addressed the implications of the current crisis on the poor. In the light of the tendency of the crisis to push increasing number of people to become poor, ASEAN cooperation in labour and social protection needed to aim at preventing the crisis from causing further social damage.


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Preliminary pages
I. ASEAN Rountable 2009
The Global Economic Crisis: Implications for ASEAN
II. Background Papers
1. The ASEAN Political-Security Community and the Financial Crisis, by Herman Joseph S Kraft, author
2. Will Changes in Economic Relationships have an Impact on Existing Strategic Relationships?, by Yeo Lay Hwee, author
3. ASEAN's Response Mechanisms for Labour and Social Protection: Challenges in Creating Crisis-Resilient Economies, by Kazutoshi Chatani, Hun Kee Kim, authors
4. What can ASEAN do to Address Rising Poverty Levels and Social Unrest?, by Lim Teck Ghee, author
5. ASEAN: The Region's Financial Sector amid the Perfect Storm, by Hui Cheung Tai, author
6. A Bumpy Road toward ASEAN Economic Community 2015, by Raymond Barre, Pratiwi Kartika, authors
Annex I: Programme of the ASEAN Roundtable 2009
Annex II: List of Participants

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