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Education, Training, and Human Capital

Education is one of the key components of development, along with training, that builds human capital—especially with their spillover effects. ERIA examines the effect of education on capacity building in various ways, such as development capacity, innovation capability, and managerial efficiency. ERIA’s studies also delve into the effects of higher education, learning centres, and technology transfers, among others.

COVID-19, Education, Indonesia

Education for All? Assessing the Impact of Socio-economic Disparity on Learning Engagement During the COVID-19 Pandemic in Indonesia

06 October 2021

This paper attempts to shed light on the impact of socio-economic disparity on learning engagement during the COVID-19 pandemic in Indonesia. Utilising search intensity data … Read More

Innovation, Innovation and Technology, Start-Up, Entrepreneurship

Entrepreneurship, Startups and Innovations in ASEAN and East Asia-Shaping the Post-Pandemic Recovery-Ep.1-5

30 August 2021

In 2021, the Economic Research Institute for ASEAN and East Asia (ERIA) – together with Curated Connectors, a Singapore based start-up – hosted a webinar … Read More

healthcare, long-term care, caregivers, care workers, India, Philippines, Japan

Qualifications Framework for Long-term Care Workers in India, Japan, and the Philippines

13 July 2021

Due to a steadily ageing global population, demand for care workers for older people is growing worldwide. In most societies and cultures, older people have … Read More

ERIA Research Summary

Summary of ERIA Research Projects 2020-2021

01 July 2021

The Summary of ERIA Research Projects 2020-2021 provides an overview of both new and ongoing projects that ERIA researchers are currently working on as of … Read More

ageing, ageing in Asia, ageing society, healthcare, caregivers

Coping with Rapid Population Ageing in Asia

29 June 2021

Can you imagine the life of octogenarians, nonagenarians, or centenarians? It may be difficult if you do not have any limitations on daily activities. But … Read More

ageing, ageing society, healthcare, labour market, Thailand

Population Ageing in Thailand

25 June 2021

Thailand is one of the fastest-ageing countries in the world. The proportion of the population aged 60 and over is projected to increase from 13% … Read More

ASEAN, Competitiveness, Energy, Infrastructure, Investment

Strengthening Emerging Asia's Power Sector

29 April 2021

Growth in electricity demand in South and Southeast Asia is amongst the fastest in the world. Yet questions remain about how countries across this region … Read More

Competitiveness, Education, India, Skills Development

Birth Order, Sibling Sex Composition, and Quantity–Quality Trade-offs – Evidence from India

23 February 2021

We use two waves of data from the India Human Development Survey to investigate the effect of family size on (i) parental expenditures on children’s … Read More

Education, global value chains, Human Capital, Indonesia, manufacturing

The Link Between Global Value Chain Activity and Local Human Capital: Evidence from Indonesia’s Manufacturing Sector

18 February 2021

For developing countries, participation in global value chains (GVCs) provides an opportunity to expand domestic human capital. Since GVC firms require qualified workers to meet … Read More

Competitiveness, Education, Human Capital, labour market, Viet Nam

Getting to Grade 10 in Viet Nam: Challenges from Deprivation, Discrimination, and a Booming Job Market

18 February 2021

Viet Nam has enjoyed more than a generation of rapid economic growth, led by labour-intensive exports. This form and pace of growth has increased schooling … Read More

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