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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.

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

COVID-19, Indonesia, Labour and Migration, Poverty

Spillover Effects of Social and Economic Interactions on COVID-19 Pandemic Vulnerability Across Indonesia’s Regions

07 October 2021

This research study focuses on measuring the possible spillover effects of socio-economic interactions on COVID-19 pandemic vulnerability across Indonesia’s regions by utilising a spatial simultaneous … Read More

ASEAN, Energy, Regulation and Governance, Sustainable Development, Sustainable Energy

Public Attitudes Towards Energy Policy and Sustainable Development in ASEAN Countries

16 February 2022

To further encourage the diffusion of Renewable Energy (RE) in ASEAN countries, a certain level of policy support is needed based on the extent to … Read More

Sustainable Development Goals, COVID-19

Sustainable Development Goals and Pandemic Planning: Role of Efficiency Based Regional Approaches

14 June 2022

This book assesses the progress in the implementation of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in ASEAN, India, and China using the above framework conditions in the … Read More

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