1). Institutional Change in Southeast Asia in the Wake of the Asian

Crisis, co-organized by Department of Economics, National University of

Singapore and Stockholm School of Economics, (Singapore: June 2000)

2). Financial Markets and Policies in East Asia, co-organized by Asia

Pacific School of Management, Australian National University & IMF Regional

Office for Asia and Pacific (Canberra: September 4-5, 2000).

3). The 2001 Far Eastern Meeting of the Econometrics Society, (Kobe,

Japan: July 20-22, 2001)

4). Current Economic Policy Issues in Asia and Europe, co-organized by

Department of Economics, National University of Singapore and School of

Economics, University of Nottingham, April 12 and 13, 2002

5). The 2002 Australian Conference of Economists, (Adelaide, South

Australia: September 30 – October 3, 2002)

6). The 2003 Western Economic Association International (Pacific Rim

Conference, Taipei, Taiwan, January 9-12, 2003)

7). Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Singapore (January 13, 2003).

8). Australian National University, Research School of Pacific and Asian

Studies, Canberra (July 1, 2003)

9). Lender of Last Resort Function of the Central Bank: Lessons and

Implications for Indonesia, Jakarta (5 August 2003).

10). The 8th Australasian Macroeconomics Workshop 2003, Hong Kong

Institute for Monetary Research, Hong Kong SAR, September 22, 2003.

11). The 9th Australasian Macroeconomics Workshop 2004, co-organized

by Centre for Applied Macroeconomic Analysis (CAMA), Research School of

Pacific and Asian Studies, Australian National University, and The Australian

Commonwealth Treasury, Canberra, 15-16 April 2004.

12). The EcoMod, International Conference on Policy Modeling, at the

University of Paris I – Pathéon – Sorbonne, Paris, June 30 – July 2, 2004.

13). The Australasian Meeting of Econometrics Society, 7-9 July 2004,

Melbourne, Australia.

14). The Fifth Joint Symposium on “Competition Policy, Information

Economics, and International Economics” organized by the National

University of Singapore and University of Melbourne, 16-17 September 2004,

Singapore.

15). The Policy Research Workshop on Financial Markets and

Integration in East Asia, co-organized by the Asia Pacific School of

Economics and Government at the Australian National University and the

Singapore Management University, in Singapore, 14-15 October 2004.

16). The 9th International Convention of the East Asian Economic

Association, to be held at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, 13-14

November 2004.

17). The First Annual Academic Seminar in Economics organized by The

Graduate Program in Economics, The Faculty of Economics, University of

Indonesia, and the Indonesian Economic Society, Jakarta, 8-9 December

2004.

18). Australian National University, Research School of Pacific and

Asian Studies, Canberra (June 14, 2005)

19). The First Asia Pacific Economic Association Conference, held at

Hitotsubashi University, Tokyo, Japan on July 30-31, 2005.

20). Asia Pacific Division Weekly Seminar, the International Monetary

Fund, Washington, D.C., October 19, 2005.

21). Bank for International Settlement, Asia-Pacific Office, Hong Kong,

April 10, 2006.

22). The 11th Australasian Macroeconomics Workshop 2006, Jointly

Organized by the School of Economics, Faculty of Commerce and

Economics, University of New South Wales and the Reserve Bank of

Australia, Sydney, April 20-21, 2006.

23). Seminar Series of the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy,

National University of Singapore, October 27, 2006.

24). Weekly Seminar Series of the Economic Growth Centre, Division of

Economics, School of Humanities & Social Sciences, Nanyang Technological

University, Singapore, March 28, 2007.

25). Conference on “Intra-Asian FDI Flows: Magnitude, Trends,

Prospects and Policy Implications” organized by the Indian Council for

Research on International Economic Relations (ICRIER), 25-26 April

2007, New Delhi, India.

26). Singapore Economic Review Conference, 2-4 August 2007,

Singapore.

27). Conference organized by the SCAPE of the National University of Singapore and EBER of the Australian National University, October 2007, Singapore.

28).Monetary and Financial Issues in Economic Integration in Asia, conference organized by the school of Economics, University of Adelaide, the Centre for Regulation and Market Analysis, University of South Australia, and the Heinz School of Canergie Mellon University, Australia, 4 August 2008, Adelaide, Australia.

29). Asian Economic Panel Conference on ‘The World in Crisis: National Strategies in an Interdependent World’, Jakarta, Indonesia, March 22-23, 2009.

 30). Stimson Center-Singapore Institute of International Affairs Workshop on Global Economic Crisis: Consequences and Responses in Asia and the Middle East, October 8-9, 2009, Singapore.

 31). Linkages between Real and Financial Aspects of Economic Integration in East Asia, research project funded by the Economic Research Institute for ASEAN and East Asia (ERIA)  and held at the Crawford School of Public Policy, the Australian National University, Canberra, Australia, November 30, 2009.

 32). ERIA Workshop Program, “Linkages between Real and Financial Aspects of Economic Integration in Asia”, Singapore, February 28th – March 1st, 2010.

 33). Banking Regulation and Financial Stability in Asia Emerging Markets, organized jointly by the Asian Development Bank Institute, the Brookings Institution, the International Monetary Fund and the China Banking Regulatory Commission in May 26, 2010, Beijing, The People’s Republic of China.

 34). The 30th anniversary of Taiwan Academy of Banking and Finance (TABF) —as one of the Key Note Speakers — inTaipe, Taiwan, June 29, 2010.

 35). Macroeconomic and Financial Stability in Asia Emerging Markets, organized by Bank Negara Malaysia and the Asian Development Bank Institue (ADBI), in Kuala Lumpur, August 4, 2010.

 36). The 12th International Convention of the East Asian Economic Association, Convention Theme: “Asia and the Global Economic Recovery”, Seoul, Republic of Korea, October 2-3, 2010.