This study aims to build an efficient small-scale macroeconomic forecasting tool for Maldives using Bayesian vector autoregression estimations to circumvent the "curse of dimensionality" and constraints to analyzing and organizing data.
This paper demonstrates that good governance in one country can influence governance improvements in neighboring countries and highlights that regional political and economic cooperation can benefit institutional development across borders.
This brief examines economic and investment activities between Mongolia and the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region (IMAR) of the People’s Republic of China to determine the impact and potential benefits of a border investment program.
This brief presents recommendations to further encourage public-private partnerships for the environmental protection industry in the People's Republic of China, as the country seeks to address the negative impact of rapid urbanization.
While Bhutan’s economic growth over the past 3 decades has averaged more than a remarkable 7.9% per annum, its growth has simultaneously been highly volatile.
This study looks at significant shock and volatility spillovers from mature bond markets into select emerging Asian local currency bond markets.