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The 2018 Budget Speech: Malaysia

Budget speech by Finance Minister of Malaysia.

Institution: Ministry of Finance Malaysia

Section: Budget Reports/Speeches

by Minister of Finance Malaysia | On 27 Oct 2018

Rationale and Institution for Public – Private Partnerships

Private–public partnership (PPP) methods are considered to be an effective way to narrow the gap between demand and supply of social infrastructure. If successfully pursued, PPP can deliver benefits t...

Institution: Asian Development Bank Institute

Section: Working Papers

by Jungwook Kim | On 11 Sep 2018

Effect of Supply Chain Integration on the Business Performance and Competitiveness of the Philippine Small and Medium Enterprises

This study aims to determine the effect of supply chain integration on the business performance and competitiveness of small and medium enterprises in the Philippines. A survey of 384 small and medium...

Institution: Philippine Institute of Development Studies (PIDS)

Section: Discussion Papers

by Elaine Q. Borazon | On 11 Sep 2018

Duration of Export Relationships of Philippine MSMEs

The study examines the survivability of Philippines MSMEs' exports to select countries. The analysis is based on the survival analysis model of Besedeš and Prusa (2006a; 2006b) and Besedeš and Prusa (...

Institution: Philippine Institute of Development Studies (PIDS)

Section: Discussion Papers

by Mark Edison Bautista | On 11 Sep 2018

Risk Management in Maldives: Sharing Practical Experience and Lessons Learned

Risk management is a systematic approach to determine which goods and passengers need to be examined in detail when entering a country. It involves (i) collecting, storing, and analyzing data to und...

Institution: Asian Development Bank Institute

Section: Policy Briefs

by Asian Development Bank | On 07 Sep 2018

Is Employment Globalizing?

The paper investigates the claim that national labor markets have become more globally interconnected in recent decades. It is done so by deriving estimates over time of three different notions of int...

Institution: Asian Development Bank Institute

Section: Working Papers

by Liming Chen | On 07 Sep 2018

Measuring and Examining Innovation in Philippine Business and Industry

In this paper, results of the 2015 Survey of Innovation Activities (SIA), conducted by the Philippine Institute for Development Studies (PIDS), are described and discussed. Survey results suggest that...

Institution: Philippine Institute of Development Studies (PIDS)

Section: Discussion Papers

by Jose Ramon G. Albert | On 05 Sep 2018

Aging and Implications for Elderly Care Services in the People’s Republic of China

Aging can be harmful to an economy over the long run, as an increase in the share of the elderly population reduces both the labor force and output per adult, and increases the social security burden....

Institution: Asian Development Bank Institute

Section: Policy Briefs

by Hiroko Uchimura-Shiroshi | On 04 Sep 2018

The People’s Republic of China’s Long-Run Growth through the Lens of the Export-Led Growth Model

The People’s Republic of China’s (PRC) remarkable growth performance over the last 3 decades has been associated to very robust export growth, so much so that many refer to it as a clear example of ex...

Institution: Asian Development Bank Institute

Section: Working Papers

by Jesus Felipe | On 28 Aug 2018

Investing in Health Security for Sustainable Development in Asia and the Pacific: Managing Health Threats Through Regional and Intersectoral Cooperation

Asia is a hot spot for emerging and reemerging infectious diseases, including those with pandemic potential. At the same time, the region is grappling with growing antimicrobial resistance and the hea...

Institution: Asian Development Bank Institute

Section: Working Papers

by Megan Counahan | On 24 Aug 2018
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