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- 114 (2017): Gaik Cheng Khoo, The Globalizing Hansik Campaign: A Malaysian Critique
- 94 (2016): Devanto Shasta Pratomo
- 90 (2016): Sun Sanbai, Chunhua Wang, Migration, Welfare Improvement and Urban Development in China
- 74 (2014): Phouphet Kyophilavong, Financial Development and Economic Growth in Lao PDR
- 53 (2012): Daekeun Park and Inseok Shin, What Hinders Cross-Border Portfolio Investment in Asia
- 48 (2011): Tong Kimsun, Analyzing Chronic Poverty in Cambodia: Evidence from Panel Data
- 46(2009): Telisa Aulia Falianty, Mapping East Asia Competitiveness in Monetary and Real Sector
- 43(2009): Lu Jiangyong, FDI, Export, and Productivity of Chinese Manufacturing Enterprises
- 39(2009): Carlos Bautista, Analyzing Economic Fluctuations in East Asian Economies
- 36 (2008): Xuehui An, Education Governance and Children’s Education Outcome in Rural China
- 28 (2004): Rongxing Guo, Cross-Border Resource Management: Theory and Practice (Figures and Tables)
- 27 (2004): Zhiping Gong et al, Study on Feasibility of Setting up DRG Payment in China
- 14 (2001): Ammar Siamwalla, Markets and Economic Growth in East Asia, December 2001
- 12 (2001): Medhi Krongkaew, The Political Economy of Growth in Developing East Asia, December 2001
- 11 (2001): Ari Kuncoro, Microeconomic Determinants of Economic Growth in East Asia, December 2001
- 5(2001): Wang Xiaomin, Zhongguancun Science Park: A SWOT Analysis, November 2001
- ERIA RIN Statement No. 2: Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership
- EADN Regional Project on Economic and Social Impact of Liberalization
- EADN Regional Project on Urban Poverty and Social Safety Net in East Asia
- EADN Regional Project on Income Distribution and Sustainable Development: The East Asian Experience
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INDIVIDUAL RESEARCH PROJECTS
EADN provides financial support aimed at improving research capacity and quality through Individual Research Grants. These are awarded to individuals and research teams.
- Publicity: These research grants are awarded on a competitive basis. The calls for research proposals are made variously through advertisements in professional journals, through publicity materials via fax and email to research institutions in member countries as well as through the EADN country coordinators and member institutes.
- Eligibility criteria: Initially confined largely to Economics, the awards are now open to all the Social Sciences.
Preference is given to topics which are development-oriented and policy-relevant. Applications are restricted to researchers from the East Asian developing economies. Applications can be by individual researchers or by research teams. As part of research capacity building, joint research proposals by senior and junior researchers are encouraged.
- Size of research grant: The amount of the research grant varies, depending on the scope of the research subject, complexity of the research methodology including data acquisitions and field work to collect primary data, length of time required to complete the research and the number of researchers involved. In general, the grant amount requested should not exceed US$15,000.
- Selection process and criteria: Assessment of research proposals and the final selection are done by the Regional Coordinator and panel of prominent and senior researchers and scholars.
- Review process: This covers the research proposal stage, the interim report and the final report.
Completed research projects are published as EADN Working Papers (click here to view the completed studies). Researchers are encouraged to disseminate their research results to policy makers in their countries and to publish them in academic journals and other publication outlets.