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Poverty and Sustainable Development Goals

Poverty is one of the most persistent problems in the world, which countries try to alleviate while setting sustainable development goals to achieve a better future for mankind as a whole. In an effort to promote sustainable development goals and diminish poverty, ERIA conducts various research on income distributions, sustainable development policies, conditional cash transfers, people-centred economic growth, rural development, and socio-cultural community framing.

Urban Development

The Economic Transition in Myanmar: Towards Inclusive, People Centered and Sustainable Economic Growth

13 August 2013

Myanmar has embarked on an ambitious program of sweeping reforms to end its isolation and integrate its economy with the global system. In … Read More

The Jakarta Framework

26 December 2012

Outline This project involves the preparation and public presentation of thought or issues papers on key issues for ASEAN and ASEAN Economic Community beyond 2015. … Read More

Regulation and Governance, Social Protection

Impact of Conditional Cash Transfers on Growth, Income Distribution and Poverty in Selected ASEAN Countries

01 March 2011

In fiscal year 2009, ERIA completed a research project entitled: "Social Protection in East Asia - Current State and Challenges". Thirteen country experts … Read More

Income Distribution and Poverty in a CGE Framework:A Proposed Methodology

03 June 2009

Abstract The paper discusses methodologies addressing income distribution and poverty in a Computable General Equilibrium (CGE) model framework, by describing how to link CGE … Read More

Environment, Policy

Mainstreaming Sustainable Development Policies in East Asia

01 March 2009

Full Report RPR-2008-6-2 Contents Front cover Table of Contents EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 1. OVERALL FRAMEWORK 1.1 Background and Objectives 1.2 Scope … Read More

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