The political economy of discretionary central government grants for infrastructure: empirical evidence from Indonesia
Günther Schulze disentangles the influence of needs and political factors in determining the allocation of infrastructure grants to local governments in Indonesia.
Professor Ali’s presentation will provide a composite analysis of Pakistan’s economic performance and prospects.
Food safety legislation in Malaysia: implications for imports and harmonisation of regulations in Southeast Asia
Evelyn Devadason looks at the many non-tariff measures that restrict Malaysia’s food imports, in the context of regulatory harmonisation within ASEAN.
Yudo Wicaksono tackles the question of whether computer-aided worker productivity helps to explain increasing income inequality in Indonesia.
Harry Bloch explains the failure of the Malthusian prediction.
Peter Warr investigates the policies that have contributed to Thailand’s extraordinary success as automobile producer and exporter.
Technical and policy issues in the integration of renewable energy technologies to the electricity grid in the Asia-Pacific countries
Dr Arif Syed discusses technical and policy issues related to the integration of renewable electricity into existing electricity networks in several Asia-Pacific countries.
Achieving greater efficiency in Indonesian telecommunications: is the Indonesia broadband plan the answer?
Rob Albon reviews telecommunications reforms in Indonesia.
Dr Mathias Sinning presents some preliminary findings of his work with the Nielsen Homescan Survey.
Professor Hal Hill examines Indonesian economic development over the past half-century, across both the Soeharto and Democratic eras.
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