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February 01, 2011 【Announcement,Seminar / Symposium / Lecture】

The Second Conference on "Regulation Crossing Borders"

As part of the "Support Project for Strategic University Collaborations," we are pleased to announce the upcoming second international conference on "Regulation Crossing Borders," orchestrated by the joint efforts of the EUSI (EU Studies Institute in Tokyo), the ANU (Australian National University) Centre for European Studies, and the Centre for European Studies at St Antony's College, Oxford University, to be held on February 25th, 2011.
This conference, which represents one of the outcomes of a two-year joint research project conducted among the above institutions, will concern important contemporary issues related to the EU from an interdisciplinary perspective bridging economics, law and politics.
Everyone is welcome to attend.

Venue: Josui Kaikan, Kanda, Tokyo
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Admission: Free
Language: Simultaneous interpretation will be provided
Organized by the Support Project for Strategic University Collaborations
Co-organized by the EU Studies Institute
In association with the ANU (Australian National University) Centre for European Studies and the Centre for European Studies at St Antony's College, Oxford University

Pre-registration is required. To register,please email with your name and affiliation by February 22nd (JST).

 9:40 - 10:10: Registration
10:10 - 10:15: Opening Remarks
           Professor Ryo Oshiba, Vice-President, Hitotsubashi University
10:15 -10:20: Opening Remarks
           Mr. Rudie Filon, Head of Press, Public and Cultural Affairs,
           Delegation of the European Union to Japan
10:20- 10:30: Explanation of the International Conference
           Professor Eiji Ogawa, Vice-President, Hitotsubashi University
10:30 - 11:30 Keynote Speech
           Professor Takafumi Sato, Hitotsubashi University (Former Commissioner,
           Financial Services Agency, Japan)
           "Post-Crisis Trends of Financial Re-Regulation: Basel III Agreements and Japan"

11:30 - 12:45 Lunch

12:45 - 14:30 Session 1: Financial and Monetary Aspects
Chair: Professor Takashi Misumi, Hitotsubashi University
Presentation by Mr. Nobuyuki Kinoshita, Executive Director, Bank of Japan
           "Japan's Capital Market Reform in the Aftermath: The Transplant of an
            Internationally Uniform Reform"
Presentation by Professor Jennifer Corbett, Australian National University
           "Policy Implications of Closer Financial Engagement in East Asia"
Presentation by Professor Eiji Ogawa of Hitotsubashi University
           "Regional Monetary Cooperation in the US Dollar Key Currency System"

14:30 - 15:05 Coffee Break

15:05 - 16:50 Session 2: Law and Political Aspects
Chair: Professor Kyoji Kawasaki, Hitotsubashi University
Presentation by Dr. Dimitar Bechev, Oxford University
          "Extending Governance: The Export of EU Functional Regimes to 'Wider
Presentation by Dr. Chie Sato, Hitotsubashi University
          "EU Competition Law vs. Regulation under the Global Financial Crisis"
Presentation by Dr. Hartmut Mayer, Oxford University
          "Were Rules Neither 'Laws for Fools' nor 'Guidelines for Wise Men'?:
           The European Union, Financial Regulation and (non-)coordinated
           Response to the Recent Financial Crisis"
16:50 - 17:00 Closing Remarks
          Professor Ryo Oshiba, Vice-President, Hitotsubashi University