3. Reports

Reports highlight work in specific sectors or themes and may be stand-alone publications or part of a series. These publications are distinct from books, journals, working papers, policy briefs, or operational documents since they contain strong analytical content and data analysis focusing on work done in a specific sector or theme. Some examples are corporate or project research with conclusions and recommendations, cross-country economic analyses, operational or conference reports, and annual reports.

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  • ASEAN–Australia relations: The suitable status quo 

    Cook, Malcolm (Lowy Institute For International Policy, 2018-08-30)
    The first ASEAN–Australia Special Summit held in Sydney in March 2018 led some Australian commentators to advocate for Australia to join the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN). Even if Australian membership could be made possible by changing ...
  • ADBI News 33: Of Steel Trade Wars and Rice Reserves 

    Asian Development Bank Institute (Asian Development Bank Institute, 2018-08-21)
    This ADBI newsletter is published periodically throughout the year to provide information on current events, seminars and summits, Job opportunities, blogs and news and current publications concerning growth and development in Asia and the Pacific.
  • Product Space Analysis and Industrial Policy: Identifying Potential Products for India's Export Expansion and Diversification 

    Singh, Harsha Vardhana; Gupta, Ketan; Sudan, Reena; Singh, Ramandeep (Brookings India, 2018-08-15)
    The purpose of this paper is three-fold. One is to provide a simple presentation of the product space methodology, with its underlying conceptual framework, and the significant information base that is updated to remain reasonably current for policy ...
  • India's Model Bilateral Investment Treaty: Is India Too Risk Averse? 

    Ranjan, Prabhash; Singh, Harsha Vardhana; James, Kevin; Singh, Ramandeep (Brookings India, 2018-08-15)
    Conventionally, bilateral investment treaties (BITs) are treaties between two countries aimed at protecting investments made by investors of both countries. There has been a steady increase in the number of BITs across the world – from 500 in 1990s to ...

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