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Edimon Ginting

Deputy Director General
Southeast Asia Department (SERD)



  • 07 Aug 2020 | Books | Country Diagnostic Studies

    Azerbaijan: Moving Toward More Diversified, Resilient, and Inclusive Development

    Azerbaijan has set the course for the economy to reduce its dependence on oil by promoting new drivers of growth. This publication emphasizes the need for diversification, particularly in the agriculture, tourism, and manufacturing sectors.

  • 29 Jul 2020 | Books | Country Diagnostic Studies

    Reforms, Opportunities, and Challenges for State-Owned Enterprises

    This book explores issues relating to the role and performance of state-owned enterprises (SOEs) in Azerbaijan, Indonesia, Kazakhstan, the People's Republic of China, and Viet Nam, with insights on evolving roles in the Republic of Korea.

  • 27 Sep 2019 | Books | Country Diagnostic Studies

    Кыргызская Республика: улучшение потенциала роста

    В данной книге представлен глубокий анализ секторных реформ, необходимых для того, чтобы Кыргызская Республика могла достичь более высокого и устойчивого экономического роста.

  • 27 Sep 2019 | Books | Country Diagnostic Studies

    Kyrgyz Republic: Improving Growth Potential

    This book presents an in-depth analysis of the sector reforms needed to enable the Kyrgyz Republic to achieve higher and more sustainable economic growth.

  • 28 Aug 2018 | Books | Country Diagnostic Studies

    Kazakhstan: Accelerating Economic Diversification

    This book presents an in-depth analysis of sectors and reforms that can support Kazakhstan’s potential to become an economic leader in Central Asia.

  • 20 Feb 2018 | Books

    Indonesia: Enhancing Productivity through Quality Jobs

    The book focuses on Indonesia’s most pressing labor market challenges and associated policy options to achieve higher and more inclusive economic growth.

  • 27 Oct 2017 | Reports | Country Diagnostic Studies

    The Sri Lankan Economy: Charting A New Course

    This analysis of critical constraints on the Sri Lankan economy proposes a set of policy reforms that would lay the foundations for more rapid and inclusive development.