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Thomas, D. Health, nutrition, and prosperity: A microeconomic perspective, Bulletin of the World Health Organization, 80, Verma, S.

Weil, D. Accounting for the effect of health on economic growth, Quarterly Journal of Economics, , Health and economic growth, in P. Aghion and S. Durlauf, Eds. North Holland, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Login Create Account. Destined for War.

Supporting Asia-Pacific jobs, economic growth and sustainable development through aviation

Mahbubani, K. The New Asian Hemisphere. Mushkin, S. Health as an investment, Journal of Political Economy, 70, Reproduction and distribution subject to the approval of the copyright owners.

ASEAN Progress Towards Sustainable Development Goals and The Role of the IMF

View Item. Amitrajeet Batabyal. Allison, G. This chapter aims to provide an advanced assessment methodology for sustainable national energy-environment-economic efficiency strategies, based on an extended Data Envelopment Analysis DEA. However, the TO-DFM model does not incorporate a time-series concept in setting the target improvement level.

In this chapter, we develop a new model from a blend of the TO-DFM and a Time-Series TS approach that incorporates the time-series concept and a stepwise target score to achieve a final target-efficiency score in order to generate a more realistic efficiency-improving projection. In the empirical analysis, Super-Efficiency DEA is used in our comparative study on the efficiency assessment of energy-environment-economic targets for the Asian countries, for which we employ appropriate data sets from the years to Hence, the above-mentioned TS-TO-DFM model is able to analyse realistic circumstances and determine the requirements for an operational sustainability strategy for efficiency improvement in inefficient Asian countries.

Engine of Growth: What's Next For Asia Pacific Economic Development?

Climate change is a globally important environmental issue that impacting our economic future and livelihoods. It can affect food security in the developing countries of south East Asia which can be further exacerbated due to increased natural disasters. Various policies are adopted in different countries to mitigate climate change.

Developing countries in Asia however do not have the capacity to unilaterally mitigate climate change although there are nationally important adaptation measures. There is significant attention in developing technologies, governance mechanisms, to enhance the capacity and food security of the poor. The Kyoto Protocol was unsuccessful and better initiatives are imperative at the global level to mitigate climate change.

These programs have not worked well due to various conflicts and disagreements. Programs must be customized to be suitable for the specific socioeconomic circumstances of developing Asia. There are however opportunities to reexamine and improve the program so that their potential can be realized. This chapter makes an attempt to assess the dynamic macroeconomic performance DMEP of fifteen major Indian States using three macro indicators viz.

Keeping in mind consistency in data availability and the post-liberalization period, our study period spans over —94 to — All the three indicators are measured in —05 prices. Our finding reveals that States that exhibit higher macroeconomic performance are less poverty ridden and also face less inequality.

This chapter estimates dynamic effects of population aging on regional economies using a recursive-dynamic interregional CGE-Population model of Korea. The model accounts for the economic behavior of producers and consumers on the real side economies of two regions: the Seoul Metropolitan Area and the rest of Korea.

Population demographics in each region are disaggregated into eight age cohorts that have different labor productivities and participation rates on the supply side and consumption behaviors on the demand side. The aging trend could have negative effects on the economy, reducing the GDP by 2. It implies a net increase rate of 4. Asia will not only continue to be home to the largest share of world population, but it will also have the highest ratio of working to non-working population in the world in In this chapter we focus on one country—India—poised to be the largest individual contributor to the global working-age population of 15—year-olds over the coming three decades.

The general optimism about the coming surge in working-age population is dampened by the low quality of skills of India's youth which makes it difficult to employ them productively.

Inclusive growth: Vital for Asia-Pacific Sustainable Development

Cross-border dispersion of production processes within vertically integrated global industries, with each country specializing in a particular stage of the production sequence, has been an increasingly important structural feature of economic globalization in the recent decades. This chapter examines how the interplay of global sourcing strategies of multinational enterprises MNEs engaged in global production sharing and government policy in plugging domestic small and medium enterprises SMEs into global production networks through an illustrative case study of the export hub in the state of Penang in Malaysia.

Forging operational links between MNE subsidiaries and local SMEs was an integral part of the export-led development strategy of the state. This policy emphasis was instrumental in fostering a SME supplier network around the operations of the MNE subsidiaries. A number of SMEs have become global players in their own right, with production bases in a number of other countries. In an attempt to understand the growth of Internet subscribers and the determinants of Internet infrastructure in Nepal, this chapter examines the growth of Worldwide Interoperability for Microwave Access WiMAX subscribers at the national level and the factors associated with WiMAX base stations at the district level.

The findings suggest that the number of WiMAX subscribers will continue to grow steadily in the short term. Per capita income, population density, and total road length are positively associated with WiMAX infrastructure availability. Elevation has a negative association. The availability of WiMAX base stations also varies regionally. Although the Government of Nepal has recognized the importance of [broadband] Internet, it needs to address various issues to ensure that the Internet becomes an integral part of economic growth and development.

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