09 Oct 2008
This paper examines U.S. goods trade with China, focusing on the performance of exports. The authors present evidence that the United States underperforms as an exporter relative to a peer group of high-income European countries and Japan.
01 Oct 2008
In Jakarta, Indonesia, a program to convert sediment from gutters into bricks is transforming a public health hazard into a resource that fills a social purpose while generating income for the community.
11 Sep 2008
Literatures on sales promotion mainly concentrates on the US market and non-export products; with focus on the providers, not the customers. A study at Universiti Malaysia Sarawak looks into the relationship between various sales promotion techniques and customers purchase satisfaction to come up with an Asian perspective of sales promotions.
11 Sep 2008
Do small developing economies, or SDEs, need a specific competition policy to create competitive markets? This book discusses political, legal, economic, financial, cultural, and organizational issues and provides unique perspectives on competition policy and economic development.
11 Sep 2008
This book demonstrates the importance of true and fair competition to sustainable development and an effective marketplace, touching on issues of globalization, consumer welfare, cartels and monopolies, and trade liberalization.
11 Sep 2008
This book describes the 3-year-long “L-20” project, whose objective was to develop a method of breaking the political deadlocks that too often prevent progress on critical global issues. The proposed L-20 would include leaders from the existing G-8 countries and key regional powers such as China, Brazil, India, South Africa, and Egypt.
10 Sep 2008
PolyU researchers have made significant progress in applying virtual technology to facilitate scenario planning for large-scale construction projects, enabling property developers and project managers to save cost and avoid delays.
04 Sep 2008
This paper focuses on the adaptation strategies of developing countries and the possible adaptation options available for Southeast Asia.
13 Aug 2008
Four UPM researches will perforate the international market including countries like Indonesia, Iran, Australia, Sri Lanka, Thailand, and Singapore
13 Aug 2008
Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM) through its Extension, Entrepreneurship, and Professional Development Centre (APEEC) was appointed as coordinator of researches to be performed on institution of higher education graduates’ participation in entrepreneur-based careers
04 Aug 2008
Concurrently with 21 other countries, SoftBank began selling iPhones in Japan on July 11, selling a reported one million units in three days. This paper will review how the iPhone has affected the Japanese cell phone market.
03 Aug 2008
The Centre for Islamic Banking, Finance and Management (CIBFM) is established under the aegis of the Universiti Brunei Darussalam with a close association with the Brunei International Financial Centre of Ministry of Finance.
28 Jul 2008
In the Group of Eight Hokkaido Toyako Summit 2008 which was held from July 7 to July 9, one of the main themes raised was the problem of global warming.
23 Jul 2008
This essay discusses from a viewpoint of "believe in quality rather than quantity" how international students should be accepted by Japanese firms and settled in Japan in a satisfactory manner.
19 Jul 2008
This research from USM enables valuable carotenes to be recovered from polluting palm oil mill effluent, thus creating a cheap source of carotenes. The global market for carotenoids is at USD 1 billion, rising by 2.9 per cent annually.
16 Jul 2008
With the upcoming Olympics, Waseda University has put forward experts in Sports Science, Sports Business, Fan Behaviour, Coaching and Sports Medicine.
12 Jul 2008
Penang, Malaysia 12 July – A Memorandum of Understanding was signed on Friday between Nigeria’s Sheda Science and Technology Complex (SHESTCO) and Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM) to commercialize USM’s research on bananas.
09 Jul 2008
The Arab Technology Business Plan Competition is a regional Technology investment competition organized by Arab Science and Technology Foundation (ASTF) in cooperation with Intel Corporation.
08 Jul 2008
Although the conference theme is “Economics of Higher Energy and Food Prices: Future Scenarios and Implications for Developing Economies,” papers on any topic within the broad, general area of sustainable economic development will be considered.
02 Jul 2008
For next week’s G8 Summit, ResearchSEA suggests the following experts in Climate Change, Energy and Development in Africa
24 Jun 2008
USM has signed 8 agreements with national and international corporations to further promote research. This includes commercialization of research, nanotechnology information transfer, biotechnology research, new products for the construction industry, clinical mass spectrometry services for the region and more.
22 Jun 2008
Today, Universiti Sains Malaysia launched the Science and Arts Innovation Space in a move to strengthen innovation and retain the best talents, while attracting international collaborators to Malaysia’s burgeoning knowledge industry.
20 Jun 2008
The People's Republic of China (PRC) has now decided to shift its value-added tax (VAT) from production-based to consumption-based. This transition is currently piloted in the three provinces of the northeast PRC, and is expected to be extended to the whole country in the coming 2 or 3 years.
20 Jun 2008
Cambodia has been growing rapidly over the past few years, but remains one of the poorest countries in East Asia. This paper analyzes rural poverty in Cambodia to identify the factors that explain its occurrence and persistence.
20 Jun 2008
This paper investigates the bilateral trade pattern between South Korea and the United States and examines the economic impact of a Korea–United States (KORUS) free trade agreement (FTA).
20 Jun 2008
China is facing the threat of inflation, at the same time that the U.S. economy is in trouble. To maintain a sustainable growth rate, China must walk a tightrope.
20 Jun 2008
This research found 63 %, 60 %, and 33 % of the highly human capital—intensive exports from Taiwan, Korea, and Japan, respectively, have been replaced by China. Most of these replacements happened in high-end products after 2000. Therefore, more products from advanced countries will be replaced by China in the near future.
19 Jun 2008
Technological innovation is crucial in today's challenging market circumstances. Key players in the ICT world recognize this and are coming together to launch a new grants program for the Asia Pacific Information and Communication Technology (ICT) community.
04 Jun 2008
As our global poverty rate continues to rise, so with it will our global hunger...... Read Kristin Schaaf's winning essay on "Feeding the poor today and everyone on the planet tomorrow: What are the issues, and what can be done to avert a global food crisis?"
02 Jun 2008
"ASIATIC is a corporation with experiences in palm oil industry. It is easy for us to co-operate with UPM, which is a University with experiences in doing research of agriculture."


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