The purpose of this TA is to prepare a detailed study on the development perspectives for East Asian countries, given the changing economic environment ten years after the financial crisis of 1997. The RETA will include the preparation of several technical studies and background economic papers on issues related, but not limited to the following topics: (i) Lessons from the crisis (turning the crisis into opportunities) (ii) Restructuring and reform processes (iii) New dimensions (regional economic cooperation and integration, rise of PRC and India) (iv) Macroeconomic management (v) Financial sector development (vi) Productivity & competitiveness (vii) Social inclusion of growth (viii) National & regional economic management of globalization (ix) Policy challenges to strengthen governance and institutions (x) Shaping a new regional economic architecture. The final report of the study will be published in the form of a book ideally before the end of 2007.
Latest Project Documents
|Emerging Asian Regionalism: Ten Years After the Crisis||Oct 2013|
|Emerging Asian Regionalism: Ten Years after the Crisis (Financed by the Japan Special Fund)||Dec 2006|
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