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Title

[Videoconference] Policies for Labor Market
(Overview and Principles)

Type Videoconference
Venue KDI School of Public Policy and Management Date 2013-05-09
Sponsor Asia-Pacific Finance and Development Center, The World Bank, Tokyo Development Learning Center, KDI School of Public Policy and Management Contact Ms. Catherine Shin (kl_shin@kdischool.ac.kr); +82-(0)2-3299-1291
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Objective

In order to summarize and share experience on "Policies for Job Creation", AFDC plans to launch a series of Distance Learning Seminars in 2013 in collaboration with the World Bank, Tokyo Development Learning Center, KDI school and other GDLN affiliates for participants to learn the policy framework of job creation and to exchange ideas and experience in this regard.


Program Schedule: in Seoul Time (11:30-14:00 / May 9, 2013)

Policies for Job Creation: Policies for Labor Market: Overview and Principles
 Welcome Remarks
11:30-11:35
(Seoul Time)
AFDC & WB & GDLN-AP centers
Welcome remarks
Overview of the program
Invite each GDLN-AP center to give a brief introduction
Moderator: Dr. Ji Rui (Jerry)
 Session 1: The framework and global perspective
 
11:35-12:05
World Bank,
Speaker: Mr. Martin Rama
Title: World Bank South Asia Region Chief Economist and Lead Author of the 2013 World Development Report 
 Session 2: China’s Experience
12:05-12:35 China,
Speaker: Prof. Jin FENG
Title: Head, School of Economics, Fudan University
 Session 3: Japan’s Experience
12:35-13:05 Japan,
Speaker: Dr. Masahiko HAYASHI
Title: Deputy Director, ILO Office for Japan
 Session 4: Interaction and Discussion (Q&A)
13:05-13:55 Q&A,
Participants exchange ideas with the speakers.
 Wrapping-up and Closing
13:55-14:00 Summarize and close the session
Thank participants for attendance
Moderator: Dr. Ji Rui

 

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