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Development gap and economic security in ASEAN
|Statement||organised by, The Institute of World Economics and Politics in collaboration with the Ford Foundation.|
|Contributions||Viện kinh té̂ và chính trị thé̂ giới (Vietnam)|
|LC Classifications||HC441 .D4785 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||247 p. :|
|Number of Pages||247|
|LC Control Number||2008333053|
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Narrowing the Development Gap in ASEAN: Drivers and Policy Options eBook: McGillivray, Mark, Carpenter, David: : Kindle Store4/5(1). Narrowing the Development Gap Narrowing the Development Gap in ASEAN refers to reducing various forms of disparities among and within Member States where some pockets of underdevelopment persist. Measures in the ASEAN Political Security, Socio-Cultural and Economic Community Blueprints are targeted at policy reforms for narrowing the.
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ASEAN and partners have initiated tireless efforts to address the development gap in ASEAN. To promote awareness and understanding on the importance of narrowing the development gap (NDG) in ASEAN, the “NDG Lecture Series” are taking place and the diplomatic community, research institutions, and media took part in the launching of a new publication “Narrowing the Development Gap in ASEAN.
Written by a team of internationally recognised experts in development economics, this book communicates the latest findings on narrowing the development gap in a practical, policy-relevant way, in a format that can influence decision makers within ASEAN member states and international donors.
NDG Policy Briefs – accompanying policy briefs to the book “Narrowing the Development Gap in ASEAN: Drivers and Policy Options” () Needs Analysis for Narrowing Development Gaps in the Cosmetic Sector of Cambodia, Lao PDR, Myanmar & Viet Nam – Implementing the ASEAN Cosmetics Directive.
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Narrowing the Development Gap in ASEAN: Drivers and Policy Options4/5(1). ASEAN was preceded by an organisation formed on 31 July called the Association of Southeast Asia (ASA), a group consisting of Thailand, the Philippines, and the Federation of itself was created on 8 Augustwhen the foreign ministers of five countries: Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, and Thailand, signed the ASEAN al languages of contracting states: 10 languages.
Public-Private Sector Engagement (PPE) in ASEAN 73 Narrowing the Development Gap Initiative for ASEAN Integration (IAI) and Narrowing the Development Gap (NDG) 77 FTA Agreements ASEAN-China Free Trade Area (ACFTA) 81 ASEAN-Japan Comprehensive Economic Partnership (AJCEP) 83 ASEAN-Korea Free Trade Area (AKFTA) 85 ASEAN-India Free Trade Area 87File Size: 2MB.
Narrowing the Development Gap in ASEAN book. The priorities for deeper regional economic integration are laid out in the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) Blueprint. These include the development of a single market and production base that is competitive, equitable and integrated into the global economy.
The ASEAN Political-Security Community Cited by: 2. EU Trade Commissioner meets ASEAN Economic Ministers EU-ASEAN Development Cooperation and narrowing the development gap in ASEAN.
The new Plan of Action was adopted in August on the occasion of the ASEAN- 8 The EU and ASEAN Blue Book 9. Narrowing the ASEAN Development Gap between the ASEAN-6 and CLMV countries The objective of this project is to provide ASEAN policy makers and implementers with a source of timely, in-depth and clear analysis of key strategic NDG issues coupled with practical policy recommendations.
The Book is to be launched at the 22 nd ASEAN Summit in. The ‘ASEAN Way’, as an approach to interstate relations within ASEAN, is analysed in relation to the ‘reduction of the development gap’ (RDG) with Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar and Vietnam (CLMV).
regional economic integration and narrowing development agendas within ASEAN, and includes a review of the Initiative for ASEAN Implementation, which is the primary instrument for reducing the development gap in ASEAN. The chapter includes an outline of the five subsequent chapters of the Size: KB.
Written by a team of internationally recognised experts in development economics, this book communicates the latest findings on narrowing the development gap in a practical, policy-relevant way, in a format that can influence decision makers within ASEAN member states and international : Taylor And Francis.
Written by a team of internationally recognised experts in development economics, this book communicates the latest findings on narrowing the development gap in a practical, policy-relevant way, in a format that can influence decision makers within Brand: Taylor And Francis.
ASEAN, in full Association of Southeast Asian Nations, international organization established by the governments of Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, and Thailand in to accelerate economic growth, social progress, and cultural development and to promote peace and security in Southeast Asia.
Brunei joined infollowed by Vietnam inLaos and Myanmar inand. This article offers a brief overview of the development of ASEAN in its 50 years of existence.
It covers the early motivations and developments since the late s, the acceleration of integration and creation of the ASEAN Free Trade Area in the s, and – more recently – the development of the ASEAN Economic Community, the ASEAN Political-Security Community, and the.
Trade and financial policies in ASEAN member countries have contributed to the goal of economic integration. One important feature of this process is the need to narrow the development gap in the Author: Mely Caballero Anthony.
Over the past two decades, ISEAS has compiled abridged articles that analyse key aspects of Southeast Asia's development and the ASEAN process. The ASEAN Reader was published in just as the Cold War ended, while The Second ASEAN Reader came in in the wake of the Asian crisis and the September 11 attacks in This comprehensive approach to development and security becomes all the more relevant when one examines the issue of development gaps in ASEAN which are multi-faceted.
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On the other hand, by comparing ASEAN with benchmark cases, we shed new light on the potential for further deepening the economic integration process in Southeast Asia. The latter comparison is complemented with gravity-type model estimations to assess the potential for further developing intra-ASEAN trade.