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Finance and Macroeconomy

ERIA looks into issues related to macroeconomic policies including fiscal policies, monetary policies, international economic integrations, free trade agreements, trade barriers, trade facilitation, and international investment protection. Additionally, ERIA also investigate impacts of globalisation, economic shocks, financial crises, and foreign output shocks, among many others. Furthermore, ERIA also conducts various research on social security system, country risk, regional cooperation, market integrations, exports and imports, and many more.

Macroeconomy, Investment

Development Strategy for CLMV in the Age of Economic Integration

01 March 2008

List of Project Members CHAP Sotharith (Project Leader): Executive Director, Cambodian Institute for Cooperation and Peace, Cambodia. Santi CHAISRISAWATSUK : Director of the Center … Read More

Macroeconomy, Investment, Regulation and Governance

Deepening Economic Integration - The ASEAN Economic Community and Beyond -

01 March 2008

List of Project Members Dr. Hadi Soesastro (Project leader): Executive Director, Centre for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), Indonesia. Dr. Fukunari Kimura : Professor, … Read More

Macroeconomy, industry and manufacturing, Infrastructure

Developing a Roadmap toward East Asian Economic Integration

01 March 2008

List of Project Members DR. JENNY CORBETT: Executive Director, Australia-Japan Research Centre (AJRC), Crawford School of Economics and Government, Australian National University (ANU), Australia. … Read More

Macroeconomy, industry and manufacturing, Innovation and Technology

"Analyses of Industrial Agglomeration, Production Networks and FDI Promotion"

01 March 2008

List of Project Members Mohamed Ariff (Project Leader): Executive Director, Malaysian Institute of Economic Research (MIER), Malaysia. Sau Sisovanna : Senior Researcher, Cambodian Institute … Read More

The Effect of Exchange Rate Volatility on International Trade in East Asia

03 December 2008

Abstract In this paper, we empirically investigate the relationship between exchange rate volatility and international trade, focusing on East Asia. Our findings are summarized … Read More

Why Is the East Asia Industrial Corridor Needed?

01 January 2009

Abstract The East Asia Industrial Corridor Project, in particular the Southern Corridor and its extension, can be a path-breaking effort for attaining both deepening economic … Read More

Macroeconomy, industry and manufacturing

Deepening East Asian Economic Integration

01 March 2009

Full Report RPR-2008-1 Contents Front cover Table of Contents, List of Project Members, Executive Summary CHAPTER 1. Deepening Economic Integration in East Asia: CHAPTER 2. … Read More

The Impact of the US Subprime Mortgage Crisis on the World and East Asia:Through Analyses of Cross-border Capital Movements

01 April 2009

Abstract The world economy is currently suffering a global financial and economic crisis that has become severe since the second half of 2008. This … Read More

A lot of Reasons Why We Should Invest More in East Asia

01 April 2009

Abstract Although the impact of financial crisis originated from North America and Europe has come to East Asia through both the financial link and the … Read More

Barriers to Trade in Health and Financial Services in ASEAN

02 April 2009

Abstract The purpose of this paper is to give background information on current barriers to trade in four services sectors in the ASEAN region. … Read More

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