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health, healthcare, ageing in Asia, ageing society, ageing, Philippines

Ageing and Health in The Philippines

09 December 2019

The Longitudinal Study on Ageing and Health in the Philippines (LSAHP) is the first multi-actor longitudinal study on ageing in the Philippines with information coming … Read More

services, trade, trade in services, manufacturing, global value chains

New Frontiers for Services in Globalisation

05 December 2019

The building of global value chains in manufacturing is much discussed, but less attention is given to the growth of value chains in services, their … Read More

services, manufacturing, global value chains

Services to Support Manufacturing Value Chains in East Asia

05 December 2019

The drivers and consequences of the development of global value chains (GVCs) in East Asia have been the subject of significant policy research. This work … Read More

trade, free trade agreement, trade in services, trade policy modelling

Feasibility Study of the Free Trade Agreement between The Kingdom of Cambodia and The Eurasian Economic Union

04 December 2019

To expand market access to Eastern Europe, Cambodia is currently exploring a free trade agreement (FTA) with the Eurasian Union – a common market comprised … Read More

Innovation

Grantbacks, territorial restraints, and innovation

01 December 2019

About the Journal International Journal of Industrial Organization, Volume 67, December 2019, Article No. 102534 Authors Masahito Ambashi, Economic Research Institute for ASEAN and East … Read More

Electricity, electricity consumption, welfare, environment

Household-level Analysis of Electricity Consumption on Welfare and Environment in Cambodia: Empirical Evidence and Policy Implications

26 November 2019

About the Journal Economic Modelling, December 2019, available online 26 November 2019 through https://doi.org/10.1016/j.econmod.2019.11.025 Authors Han Phoumin, Economic Research Institute for ASEAN and East Asia, … Read More

renewable energy, LCOE, learning curve, grid parity, solar PV

LCOE Analysis for Grid-Connected PV Systems of Utility Scale Across Selected ASEAN Countries

22 November 2019

Countries of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) have been dependent on conventional energy resources because of their abundance, which explainsthe slow progressof renewable … Read More

international trade, trade liberalisation, processing trade, opening up

Processing Trade, Trade Liberalisation, and Opening Up China's Miracle of International Trade

19 November 2019

Understanding the role of international trade is the key to understanding China’s miraculous economic growth. This paper reviews the literature on international trade in the … Read More

Viet Nam, Free Trade, Trade

Economic Consequences of Trade and Investment Liberalisation: The Case of Viet Nam

11 November 2019

Since Doi Moi (Renovation) in 1986, economic integration has been an important pillar of Viet Nam’s reforms. Economic integration has gradually deepened, and even World … Read More

Indonesia, tariff, trade policy, computable general equilibrium model

FTA Strategies to Strengthen Indonesian Exports: Using the Computable General Equilibrium Model

11 November 2019

This paper aims at evaluating the economic impacts of the various Indonesian free trade agreement (FTA) strategies in enhancing export-led growth. The potential impact of … Read More

global value chains, Backward linkage, forward linkage, Total factor productivity growth

Does Participation in Global Value Chains Increase Productivity? An Analysis of Trade in Value Added Data

07 November 2019

This paper examines the impact of global value chain (GVC) participation on productivity by considering both backward and forward participation. Conducting a panel estimation covering … Read More

SMEs and Economic Integration in Southeast Asia

25 October 2019

Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) account for about 97–99 per cent of total enterprises and 60–80 per cent of total employment in ASEAN countries. The … Read More

Labour and Migration, Globalisation

The Impact of Economic Globalisation on Firm Performance and the Labour Market: Evidence from Japan

25 October 2019

This paper summarises the major findings and arguments in the literature on the impact of globalisation on firm performance and the labour market, focusing on … Read More

Human Capital, Indonesia, 2045

Human Resources Development in Indonesia – Towards 2045

23 October 2019

Indonesia and Japan are highly committed to maintaining human resources development to support economic growth, in line with the development in the political and social … Read More

Energy, India

Energy Pricing in India: A Study on Taxes and Subsidies

21 October 2019

The Government of India has historically determined the prices of energy products and services in view of socio-economic considerations, such as providing universal energy access … Read More

Energy, Energy Conservation

Cost Effectiveness of the Energy Efficiency and Conservation Policy in the Association of Southeast Asian Nations

21 October 2019

This study aims to help promote energy efficiency and conservation (EE&C) investment in the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) region through two analyses, one … Read More

ERIA Frames

ERIA FRAMES | October 2019

10 October 2019

Bangkok, 10 September 2019 – The official handover ceremony of the Non-Tariff Measures (NTMs) Database from ERIA to ASEAN Member States (AMS) took place this … Read More

ASEAN, Russia, Trade, Economic Integration

ASEAN-Russia Trade and Economic Relations: Prospect and Pathways

09 October 2019

Russia has been a full dialogue partner of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) since 1996. The 20th year of ASEAN–Russia dialogue relations was … Read More

Energy, Sustainable Energy

Social Benefit of Clean Coal Technology

02 October 2019

This study analyses the cost and benefit of more stringent air emission standards for coal-fired power plants. The cost is assumed to be the investment … Read More

Education, Training, Human Capital, Indonesia

Developing Human Capital by Supporting Parental Engagement in Indonesia

26 September 2019

Indonesia’s stagnating economic growth rate is largely attributed to human capital constraints. This is partly because Indonesia’s education system leaves students ill-prepared to enter the … Read More

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