The Asia-Pacific Applied Economics Association (APAEA) was founded in 2017. The APAEA's key aim is to provide a forum and resource base for developing research capacity of researchers in the Asia-Pacific region. The APAEA's aim is supported by the regions central banks and other financial institutions. The APAEA aims to collaborate with: (a) policy makers in the region to enhance public policy and its impact; and (b) universities in the region to jointly host conferences and workshops associated with special issues of respected field journals.
The APAEA is governed by a committee (President, Vice-Presidents, Treasurer, and Secretary) and holds its annual meetings in JULY of each year.
Interested researchers and institutions are encouraged to join the Association by attending one of its conferences or by applying to the association for membership. Members of the APAEA will receive a range of benefits.
The 17th Bulletin of Monetary Economics and Banking (BMEB) International Conference and Call for Papers (The 17th BMEB)
“Synergy and Innovations in Strengthening Resilience and Economic Revival”
Bank Indonesia Institute and Asia-Pacific Applied Economics Association
August 31 - September 1, 2023 (Hybrid Mode - Online and In Person)
The region’s premier institution, Bank Indonesia Institute – Bank Indonesia, is pleased to host the 17th Bulletin of Monetary Economics and Banking (BMEB) International Conference and Call for Papers on “Synergy and Innovations in Strengthening Resilience and Economic Revival” in collaboration with the Asia-Pacific Applied Economics Association (APAEA). Synergy and innovation have a positive impact on economic resilience and economic growth by improving the efficiency and productivity of the economy, creating new industries and markets, and helping the economy to adapt to changing conditions. This call for paper encourages papers that (a) evaluate and discuss the synergy between economic policies (monetary and fiscal), (b) examine the challenges in economic revival including efficiency and competitiveness, (c) analyze the influence and impact of industry downstreaming and their contribution to economic growth, and (d) oversee the influence and impact of digitalization of transactions and payments on the acceleration to the Indonesian economy.
BI Institute and Asia-Pacific Applied Economics Association Joint Collaboration
BMEB Special Session at the 98th Western Economic Association International Conference
Wednesday 5 July, 12:30pm to 2:15pm PDT
Place Mariott Marquies San Diego Marina, California, USA.