East Asia Working Papers
The East Asia Working Paper Series deals with key economic and development problems, as well as conceptual, analytical, or methodological issues relating to project/program economic analysis, and statistical data and measurement with a focus on the People's Republic of China and Mongolia.
Air Pollutants and Greenhouse Gas Emissions Co-control Evaluation in the People’s Republic of China
This paper presents a methodology that measures the benefits of co-control evaluation on mitigating local air pollutants (LAP) and greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in the People’s Republic of China (PRC).
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Тогтвортой хөгжлийн зорилт 4-ийн хүрээнд Монгол Улсад хөгжлийн бэрхшээлтэй хүүхдүүдийг боловсролд тэгш хамруулж буй байдлыг 2019 онд 5,000 гаруй өрхийг хамруулан хийсэн судалгаанд үндэслэн энэхүү баримт бичигт тоймлон тусгав.
Promoting Inclusive Education in Mongolia
This paper explores inclusive education for children with disabilities in Mongolia in line with the global commitment captured in SDG 4, based on data from a 2019 survey of more than 5,000 households in Ulaanbaatar, and 4 provinces.
Evaluating Losses Associated with African Swine Fever in the People’s Republic of China and Neighboring Countries
This paper aims to assist policymakers in assessing the scale of the impact African swine fever (ASF) has had on the People’s Republic of China (PRC) and Southeast Asia.
Not Business as Usual: Mega-Trends and the Need for New City Building Approaches in the People’s Republic of China
This paper assesses the urban features of the People’s Republic of China (PRC) and makes recommendations on urban development to help the PRC achieve its ecological civilization goals.
Institutional and Governance Dimensions of Flood Risk Management: A Flood Footprint and Accountability Mechanism
This working paper proposes flood footprint and accountability to coordinate risk management projects through appropriate spatial planning at river basin scale.
Promoting Old-Age Vitality in the People’s Republic of China
This paper examines old-age vitality in the People’s Republic of China (PRC) and its associated factors, such as physical and mental health.
Inclusive Growth in the People’s Republic of China: A Deep Look at Men and Women’s Work Amid Demographic, Technological, and Structural Transformations
This paper explores the impacts of demographic, technological, and structural transformations on the work of men and women in the People’s Republic of China.
Maintaining Social Cohesion in the People’s Republic of China in the New Era
This paper examines the need to reduce inequalities in income, wealth, and educational opportunities as the People’s Republic of China shifts to high-quality development.