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JCI-JSC-WP-2022-01: Global Value Chain, Cities and Urban Amenities: Next Stage of Growth for ASEAN and East Asia
The paper highlights the importance of urban amenities to retain and maintain skill labour in the key cities to drive economic growth.
JCI-JSC-WP-2021-04: Financial Development and Inclusion on Saving Behavior in ASEAN LDC: Case of Cambodia
In this paper, we explore the impacts of financial intermediation and financial inclusiveness on saving behavior of developing economy such as Cambodia using individual data from Global Findex database in 2017.
This paper as part of the ASEAN Green Future Project, situates the region’s path to low-carbon transition within a global context using country reports and other studies. This chapter builds the case for advancing the region’s climate agenda in Malaysia.
Whether “sustainability” is at the heart of post pandemic investment choices will determine whether we can truly rebuild forward more resilient and sustainable economies. Prof Yeah Kim Leng speaks at the jointly organised forum with ICMR.
Karen Chand opines if the Malaysian education system reflect the type of society that we want.
Malaysians were shocked when two Myanmar children died after eating out of the trash in Langkawi recently. Derek Kok advocates for Universal Child Grants.
Leong and Platts make a case to protect mangrove forests against a development-at -all-costs mindset because of their carbon sequestering potential, and points ways forward for cooperation.
Professor Woo Wing Thye discusses the upcoming National Solutions Forum (NSF) as a showcase for the most impactful solutions to Malaysia's SDG-related challenges.
Prof Shandre Thangavelu helps us to understand the stakes underlying RCEP as a regional trade agreement coming into force.