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The Impact of COVID-19 on South-East Asia - ESCAP

Jul 17, 2020 2 Despite strong economic growth, the subregion is characterized by high levels of inequality, low levels of social protection and a large informal 

ASEAN after the Cold War: Capital, Crisis, Conflict

defining features of the political economy of Southeast Asia, with the. 98 ASEAN cularly with an economic boom that generated a 'new rich' in areas.

East Asian miracle - World Bank Document

Thailand, that our Development Economics Vice Presidencywould un- dertake a comparative study of economic growth and public policy in. East Asia.

Determinants of Economic Growth in South East Asia: An

by M Brueckner 2016 Cited by 4 Determinants of Economic Growth in South East. Asia: An Analysis for the First Decade of the Third. Millennium. CAMA Working Paper 8/2016. February 2016.

Asia Pacific's Time - PwC

across the region, the report presents growth strategies for Asia Pacific rapidly to economic shocks and pursued monetary, fiscal and trade policy reforms that Southeast Asia (markets such as Indonesia, Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia, the 

Population Change and Economic Development - University

by A Mason Cited by 59 economic effects of population growth, the United Nations, bilateral foreign aid economies: Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, Singapore, Thailand, and Indonesia.

Economic development and environment in Southeast Asia

by T Iwami 2001 Cited by 26 For example, whereas Southeast Asian countries experienced remarkable economic growth until the outbreak of the currency crises in 1997-98, it is criticized that 

Economic Growth and Financial Intermediation in Southest Asia

Asia. R. Parianom1. Abstract: This study aims to determine the effect of financial intermediation on economic growth in five Southeast Asian countries namely 

ASEAN Market Insights 2021 - Department of Foreign Affairs

All of the six largest ASEAN economies (Indonesia, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand,. Philippines and Vietnam) are expected to record positive growth next year. But.

3.1 The Economic Transformation of the ASEAN Region in

by PS Intal Jr Cited by 3 The comparatively strong performance of ASEAN in foreign merchandise trade and FDI inflows is echoed in the economic growth performance of the region (see​  12 pages

Trade and economic relations with Asia - European Parliament

Feb 28, 2021 Asia has become a new engine of global growth: East Asian GDP on average expanded by 5.4 % per year and South-East Asian by 5.9 % per 

Economic Growth and Structural Change in South Asia - CORE

2010 Cited by 23 Economic growth in India, Pakistan and Bangladesh, the three largest economies of. South Asia, jumped from an average of 5 percent in the 1990's to well above  114 pages


As the ASEAN Economic Community. (AEC) takes shape, the journey to closer economic cooperation is creating even more opportunities for growth. The freer.28 pages

East Asia Monetary Integration and Long Term Economic

by JG Kooti integration of Southeast Asian countries centered around China as the main engine of economic growth. Previous research has concentrated on de-​dollarization 

Economic Growth in South Asia

by S Devarajan 2006 Cited by 81 South Asia's economic growth in the last five years has been impressive. Bangladesh,. Bhutan, India, Maldives and Pakistan have all grown at over 5 percent per  34 pages

Economic Growth in East Asia - Brookings Institution

by SM COLLINS Cited by 1106 We focus on seven East Asian economies: Indonesia, Korea,. Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan, and Thailand. China is included in the sample but is  69 pages


by D HEW Cited by 21 De facto economic integration in East Asia through decades of growth in intra- regional trade and investment has created an economic space that is, to some 

SMEs in Southeast Asia: redesigning for the digital economy

The small and medium enterprise (SME)* segment is a pillar of economic expansion for the ASEAN countries. SMEs are responsible for up to 99% of all business 

Asian Development Outlook 2020: What Drives Innovation in

Apr 1, 2020 for Southeast Asia; and Rommel Rabanal for the Pacific. economies, growth will drop from to this year before recovering to next year.

Foreign Direct Investments in Southeast Asia Fredrik Sjöholm

by F Sjöholm Cited by 36 Foreign direct investment has been of great importance in economic growth and global economic integration over the last decades. South East Asia has been 

China-Southeast Asia Relations: Trends, Issues, and

China-ASEAN Trade and Economic Relations China's economic growth is dramatically changing its economic and political relations with the world, including  40 pages

ASEAN-Japan Cooperation - Japan Center for International

In the. 1960s, with economic and political support from the United States, Japan's economy recovered rapidly, its average growth rate for 1960 1970 reach- ing 

Southeast Asia and Oceania - UNESCO

by T Turpin Cited by 11 Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Economic. Community in 2015, has led the Asian Development Bank to predict an 8% growth rate per year for 


by S Kumar 1993 Cited by 5 Southeast Asian Affairs 1993. NEW DIRECTIONS FOR ECONOMIC GROWTH IN. SOUTHEAST ASIA. Sree Kumar. The major Southeast Asian economies have 

Economic Impact of COVID-19 Outbreak on ASEAN

Apr 1, 2020 Developing Asia, and a 1.0% growth for Southeast Asia, on the back of China's economy losing speed (Table 1). Compared to the forecasts  17 pages

Economic Progress in Southeast Asia - JSTOR

by DS Paauw 1963 Cited by 14 S INCE the end of World War II, Southeast Asian economies have grown at wi diverging rates. Consistent and relatively rapid growth has occurred only in th.

Demographic Change and Economic Growth in Asia - Harvard

by DE Bloom 2008 Cited by 8 The stabilization of the fertility rate at below-replacement levels in East Asian countries (and forecasted for South East Asia and South Asia) will imply a decline in 

World Economic Situation and Prospects 2021: South Asia

Even Bangladesh, the fastest growing economy in the region, has seen economic growth fall, from 8.4 per cent in 2019 to 0.5 per cent in 2020, although this was  7 pages

The Economic Crisis and Southeast Asian Security

by SW Simon 1998 Cited by 11 Malaysia core states of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) ​are likely to bring dramatically slower if not negative economic growth in 1998 

social change, Southeast Asia - University of Washington

Rostow, W. W. (1960) The Stages of Economic. Growth: A Non-Communist Manifesto. Cambridge. University Press, Cambridge. Spengler, O. (1945) The Decline 

Internet economy

Fast and faster growth: dual-speed Southeast Asia. The Internet economies in Malaysia, Thailand,. Singapore and the Philippines are growing by between 20%​ 

Economic Outlook for Southeast Asia, China and - OECD

Southeast Asia is estimated to grow by 4.9% during the period, down from the average rate of 5.0% in 2013-17. China's growth will taper further as structural reform continues. India is also anticipated to grow relatively more modestly in 2020-24 than in 2013-17 while the banking sector regains its footing.

Economic Outlook for Southeast Asia, China and - OECD

This publication evolved from the Southeast Asian Economic Outlook. The Outlook was Figures. 1.1 Real GDP growth of Southeast Asia, China and India.232 pages

The East Asian Miracle - National Bureau of Economic Research

by J Page 1994 Cited by 314 east Asia, Indonesia, Malaysia, and Thailand.1 The East Asian economies East Asian Miracle: Economic Growth and Public Policy, on which this essay draws.

Understanding ASEAN: Seven things you need to - McKinsey

by HV Vinayak Cited by 58 1 Standard deviation of GDP growth rate. 2 Association of Southeast Asian Nations. Source: IHS; International Monetary Fund, World Economic Outlook;  8 pages


by A Booth 2004 Cited by 6 * Growth of merchandise exports (f.o.b.) only. Source: Asian Development Bank, Asia Economic Monitor 2003 (December 2003).  

Why is South-East Asia Different from Taiwan and South

by A Booth Cited by 267 In this paper, I wish to argue that the causes and characteristics of the rapid economic growth of South Korea and Taiwan (and indeed Japan especially in the 

The Economics of World War II in Southeast Asia - Yale

by G Huff Cited by 2 economies and peoples of Southeast Asia. Beginning in late 1941 and researches Southeast Asian economic growth and development. He is the author of 

China's Role in the Evolution of Southeast Asian Regional

by C Astarita 2008 Cited by 9 Southeast Asia are crucial gateways for China to access natural resources and sea routes that can guarantee regular trade flows and stable economic growth.

Development & Transformation in Southeast Asia - CRISEA

by T Gomez Cited by 1 State of the Art & Theoretical Framework. WP 2, The Economy. Development & Transformation in Southeast Asia: The Political Economy of Equitable Growth.

Southeast Asia - OECD iLibrary

Structural changes in many of its economies have led to significant gains Since the 1960s, annual compound production growth in the Southeast Asian region.

Covid-19's Economic Reckoning in Southeast Asia - ISEAS

by C Lee 2020 Cited by 1 Though the economic performance of Southeast Asian countries has The impact of exports (X) on an economy's growth is a combination of  20 pages

A framework for the history of economic growth in Southeast

economic growth in Southeast Asia. E.L JONES. Suggestions are made relating to writing Southeast Asian economic history, paying special attention to the 

Approaches to the Politics of Economic Growth in Southeast

by RF Doner 1991 Cited by 123 POLITICS OF ECONOMIC GROWTH IN SOUTHEAST ASIA. 821. Institutionalism is a response to the violation of three other neoclassical assumptions: the 

Regional Economic Outlook: Asia and Pacific; Oct 2020

Oct 20, 2020 Asia refers to ASEAN, East Asia, advanced Asia, South Asia, and other Asian In 2021 global growth is projected at 5.2 percent, a little lower.

1 Japan and Southeast Asia - UQ eSpace

by M Beeson 2001 Cited by 44 Nevertheless, we would miss the essence of post-war Japanese leadership if we overlooked the fact that the fundamental orientation toward economic growth and​ 

Economic Growth and Structural Change in South Asia - LSE

by I Nabi 2010 Cited by 23 Executive Summary. An assessment of recent economic growth. Economic growth in India, Pakistan and Bangladesh, the three largest economies of. South Asia 

Southeast Asia at the crossroads: Three paths to - McKinsey

To sustain economic growth, many member states will need to more than double their historic rates of productivity improvement. Southeast Asia can address its  180 pages

Regional Integration and Economic Growth in Southeast Asia

by A Bong 2018 Cited by 23 Abstract. Southeast Asia has experienced an economic growth since the 1980s. This growth triggered by reforms to increasing global and regional integration 


SOUTHEAST ASIA OUTPACING GLOBAL. GROWTH. If viewed as a single economic entity, South- east Asia would be the world's fifth largest economy and​  20 pages