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          Areas of cooperation for 2005-2006 - Vi work programme (English)
          Outline by Virtual Institute, 2005
          Categories: Vi Meetings

          A short overview of the areas of cooperation for the network over the coming year. Focusing on teaching materials, research, using the website, exchanging resources and providing support and advice, this short proposal outlines - why, what and how we propose to do these things.

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          The Hong Kong Ministerial and Beyond (English)
          Other by Virtual Institute, 2005
          Categories: VI Members Research, WTO Issues/Multilateral Trading System

          What: A collection of articles by Virtual Institute members assessing the challenges for the current WTO ministerial in Hong Hong and beyond. These articles look at the development challenge of the current multilateral negotiations from the perspective of developed countries, middle income developing countries and the Least Developed Countries. Who: For anyone interested in WTO issues and the current debates around the outcome of the WTO ministerial in Hong Kong. How: A series of short articles introduce several key issues which could provide a succinct resource for discussion and further research.

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          Programme of the First Virtual Institute Meeting 2005 (English)
          Outline by Virtual Institute, 2005, 3 pages
          Categories: Vi Meetings

          A detailed programme of the meeting, including titles and timing for individual sessions, titles of presentations/speeches and names of speakers.

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          Report of the First Virtual Institute Meeting 2005 (English)
          Report by Virtual Institute, 2005
          Categories: Vi Meetings

          An account of the objectives of the meeting and the activities that members undertook during the meeting (networking, knowledge building and action planning). Shows how Vi member universities moved ahead in their understanding of the role of the network, getting to know one another and committing themselves to working together in areas of common interest in the coming year. Contains a number of examples of teaching and research activities in member universities, including the challenges faced in their implementation, and information about topical areas of trade research.

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