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Mongolian Development Strategy: Lessons and Possibilities Mongolian Development Strategy: Lessons and Possibilities Tuesday, 14 May 2013   Mongolian Development Strategy: Lessons and Possibilities.This collection of articles was published in 1999 and written by four Mongolian leading experts in economy and statistics.Dr.S.Lhagva analyzed the lessons and experience of East Asian countries since the 1980s and made recommendations on the improvement of macroeconomic policy of Mongolia.Dr.R.Amarjargal analyzed the lessons from the period of centralized planned economy and put forw... More detail
Australia and New Zealand Australia and New Zealand Tuesday, 14 May 2013 Australia and New Zealand1. The Mongolian Development Research Center (MDRC) sent a 5 person high-level delegation to Australia and New Zealand between 20 November and 1 December 1998.    The delegation included:    (1) Mr. B. Bathishig, Economic adviser to the President of Mongolia    (2) Mr. Ochirkhuu, Member of Parliament    (3) Dr. Adiyasuren, Adviser to the Minister of Environment and Nature    (4) Dr. Namhaijantsan, Directo... More detail
Robert A.Scalapino Robert A.Scalapino Tuesday, 14 May 2013 A Message on the Occasion of the Inauguration of theUlaanbaatar Forum for East AsiaThis is a most appropriate time to launch a forum on East Asia in Mongolia. Mongolia's connections with, and interests in the Asia-Pacific region are steadily expanding. Further, this is a truly revolutionary era for the region, with multiple changes taking place at an accelerating speed.Asia today must contend with three semi-conflictual forces: internationalism... More detail
Development Experience of Australia and New Zealand Development Experience of Australia and New Zealand Tuesday, 14 May 2013   Book Name: Development Experience of Australia and New ZealandContents:New Zealand Economic Reform:Results and Lessons  B.BathishigPublic Administration Reform in New Zealand, Australia  B.NamhaijantsanSome Issues of Agricultural Reform in Australia, New Zealand  T.OchirkhuuEcological and Economic Problems in Australia, New Zealand  Ts.Adiyasuren   More detail
The Malaysian Institute of Economic Research The Malaysian Institute of Economic Research Tuesday, 14 May 2013 The Malaysian Institute of Economic Research (MIER) was incorporated as a company limited by guarantee on 30 December 1985 and began operation on 2 January 1986. MIER is an independent, private, non-profit organisation, devoted to economic, financial, and business research, that would serve as a thinktank for the government and the private sector. It was first mooted in the Prime Minister's Economic Panel and later promoted by the Council on Ma... More detail
Ken Arii Ken Arii Wednesday, 12 June 2013 Balancing the Act: Development and the Protection of Natural Systems in Asia Ken Arii, Ph.D.Associate Professor, College of Asia Pacific StudiesRitsumeikan Asia Pacific UniversityDuring the industrialization and the modernization of the Western world, natural resources were considered to be limitless and the environment was considered as something to be utilized and conquered.  Nowadays, the situation has changed; just as the Asian countries ar... More detail

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