Publications

Mihir S. Sharma | Economy of tomorrow | Publication

India’s Coalitions for Change | Transforming the world’s most dynamic economy

The transformation of the Indian economy and the modernisation of the Indian state is essential if one million new job seekers a month are to be...


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Richard Ghiasy and Jiayi Zhou | Cooperation for Peace and Security | Publication

The Silk Road Economic Belt

The Silk Road Economic Belt (the “Belt”) component of the Belt and Road Initiative, announced by Xi Jinping over four years ago, represents an...


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Shen Yifei | Gender and social justice, #FeministAsia | Publication

Feminism in China: An Analysis of Advocates, Debates and Strategies

State feminism as enforced by the Communist Party of China (CCP) after the founding of the People’s Republic of China in 1949, has brought enormous...


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Traute Meyer | Trade, labour and social dialogue | Publication

Democracies, economies and social protection – Understanding welfare state development in Asia and Europe

Scholars of the welfare state have long focused on a relatively small number of mature post-industrial political economies, above all the member...


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Shanthie Mariet D'Souza | Cooperation for Peace and Security | Publication

India’s role in the economic stabilisation of Afghanistan

The international military drawdown from Afghanistan led to a fall in the international financial assistance to the country. Against this background,...


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Marc Saxer | Economy of tomorrow | Publication

The Economy of Tomorrow – How to produce socially just, resilient, and green dynamic growth for a Good Society, 4th edition

The Economy of Tomorrow (EoT) project brings together Asian economic thinkers with their counterparts from Europe to explore three key questions.


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Hansjörg Herr, Erwin Schweisshelm, Truong-Minh Vu | Economy of tomorrow | Publication

Vietnam in the global economy: development through integration or middle-income trap?

Economic growth in Vietnam has been remarkable since the beginning of the comprehensive reform process in 1986. Yet, the question remains whether this...


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Dr Vibhuti Patel, Radhika Khajuria | Gender and social justice, #FeministAsia | Publication

Political Feminism in India: An Analysis of Actors, Debates and Strategies

The vocabulary of Feminism today is unfortunately more disengaging then engaging.


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Farkhod Aminjonov | Cooperation for Peace and Security | Publication

Afghanistan’s energy security: tracing Central Asian countries’ contribution

Afghanistan has made great strides in improving electricity access for its people since 2001. However, it is still a long way from achieving energy...


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Shreyasi Jha, Abha Saxena | Gender and social justice | Publication

Projected Gender Impact of the ASEAN Economic Community

How will the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC), in place since 2015, affect the socio-economic opportunities for women in the region? The study at hand...


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Faisal Basri, Gatot Arya Putra | Economy of tomorrow | Publication

Escaping the middle income trap in Indonesia: an analysis of risks, remedies and national characteristics

Since the early 1990s Indonesia has been a lower-middle income country that gained international recognition as an attractive emerging market for...


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Dr. Rubina Saigol | Gender and social justice, #FeministAsia | Publication

Feminism and the Women Movement in Pakistan

The study captures the history and current debates of the feminist movement in Pakistan today.


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| Gender and social justice | Publication

Executive Summary: CLS+ Country Study Vietnam

In Asia, countries with export-oriented industries such as Bangladesh, Pakistan, Cambodia, and Vietnam use cheap labour costs and a growing workforce...


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  • 24.06.2019 | Gender and social justice | News

    The brave new world of work holds particular opportunities and challenges for women

    Ageing populations, technology advancements, climate change and the rise of non-standard jobs complicate further the grim outlook of the labour market...

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  • 21.06.2019 | Event, News

    Women and the future of work in Asia – a new FES project

    Researchers and labour activists from nine Asian countries are to assemble in Indonesia to explore the question how women’s perspectives can be...

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  • 14.06.2019 | Gender and social justice | News

    Domestic workers can organize anywhere

    In Asia the main priority for domestic workers is still to be recognized as workers.

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