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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.

Education and Human Capital Development to Strengthen R & D Capacity in ASEAN

05 May 2014

Abstract This Policy Brief raises some policy issues regarding the capacity of the ASEAN region's education system in producing knowledge capital as it looks into … Read More

Competitiveness, Human Capital, industry and manufacturing

Multiproduct Firms, Export Product Scope, and Trade Liberalization: The Role of Managerial Efficiency

14 April 2014

This paper provides a theoretical and empirical analysis of the effects of one-sided tariff cuts on firms' export product scope. The theoretical model … Read More

Human Capital, Innovation and Technology, Labour and Migration

Education and Human Capital Development to Strengthen R&D Capacity in the ASEAN

03 December 2013

The role of education is crucial in process of economic development. Initially, investments in training and education produce the necessary technical workers. At … Read More

Human Capital, Energy, Regulation and Governance

Study on International Cooperation Concerning Nuclear Safety Management in East Asian Countries

01 June 2013

List of Project Members Working Group Members MS. TOMOKO MURAKAMI (LEADER): Senior Economist, Manager, Nuclear Energy Group, Strategy Research Unit, The Institute of … Read More

ASEAN Regional Cooperation on Competition Policy

08 April 2013

Abstract ASEAN member states (AMSs) intend to establish the ASEAN Community by 2015. A key component of this goal is the formation of the … Read More

Human Capital, Regulation and Governance

Growth Policy and Inequality in Developing Asia: Lesson from Korea

01 July 2012

While developing Asia has traditionally prioritized growth over equality, recent years have witnessed a growing popular demand for more inclusive growth in the … Read More

Human Capital, Labour and Migration

The Relationship between Structural Change and Inequality: A Conceptual Overview with Special Reference to Developing Asia

01 July 2012

Structural change has a far-reaching impact on inequality. It exposes the population to challenges and opportunities. Foreign trade and technological progress have been … Read More

Toward a Consolidated Preferential Tariff Structure in East Asia: Going beyond ASEAN+1 FTAs

01 May 2012

Abstract ASEAN countries are discussing a possible template for trade in goods chapter of so-called ASEAN++ FTA (also known as RCEP). Analyses of tariff structures … Read More

Why Does Population Aging Matter So Much for Asia? Population Aging, Economic Security and Economic Growth in Asia

01 August 2011

Abstract Asia as a whole is experiencing a rapid demographic transition toward older population structures. Within this broader region-wide trend, there is considerable heterogeneity, with … Read More

Human Capital, Innovation and Technology, Education

How to Enhance Innovation Capability with Internal and External Sources

01 March 2011

Improvement of the innovation capability of firms in the region depends on how successfully they have leveraged their internal and external resources. This … Read More

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