ISEAS Economics Working Papers

ISEAS Economics Working Paper Series is an online publication produced by researchers and associates of the Institute of Southeast Asian Studies. Papers in these series are work-in-progress and are disseminated to generate feedback for subsequent publication in peer-reviewed outlets. Oriented at both researchers and policy-makers, the ISEAS Economics Working Paper Series seeks to share ongoing research that is relevant and rigorous. Contact: econwp@iseas.edu.sg

 

“The Political Economy of Education in Myanmar: Recorrecting the Past, Redirecting the Present and Reengaging the Future” by Aung Tun

 

2022-5

 

“Promoting Cross-Border Connectivity in Asia: The Role of the Asian Development Bank” by Jayant Menon

 

2022-4

 

“Determinants of COVID-19 Vaccine Rollouts in Southeast Asia” by Tham Siew Yean and Andrew Kam Jia Yi

 

2022-3

 

“Examining the Drivers of Changes in Mean Earning and Earning Inequality in Indonesia” by Maria Monica Wihardja and Abror Tegar Pradana

 

2022-2

 

“ASEAN’s Newer Member Countries in Two Financial Crises: Impact, Response and Lessons” by Jayant Menon

 

2022-1

 

“The WTO’s 2020 Trade Policy Review for Indonesia and Thailand: A Comparative Assessment” by Hal Hill and Jayant Menon

 

2021-10

 

“How Do Natural Disasters Change Consumption Behaviour? Estimates and Policy Responses from Thailand and the Philippines” by Kensuke Tanaka, Prasiwi Ibrahim, and Oudom Hean

 

2021-9

 

“Pandemic Fallout, Disruptive Technologies, and Divergent Demographics: Policy Challenges Facing Countries in the Indo-Pacific” by Jayant Menon

 

2021-8

 

“Fifty Years of Malaysia’s New Economic Policy: Three Chapters with No Conclusion” by Lee Hwok Aun

 

2021-7

 

“Global Supply Chains and the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership: Who Benefits?” by Xiaojun Li

 

2021-6