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Regional Growth and Sustainable Development in Asia

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Regional Growth and Sustainable Development in Asia
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Regional Growth and Sustainable Development in Asia
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New Frontiers in Regional Science: Asian Perspectives Ser.
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v.7
Regional Growth and Sustainable Development in Asia
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Regional Growth and Sustainable Development in Asia
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Contents
  • Acknowledgments -- Contents -- Contributors -- Part I: Introduction -- Introduction to Regional Growth and Sustainable Development in Asia -- 1 Preliminaries -- 2 Poverty -- 2.1 Regional Disparities and Poverty in the Philippines -- 2.2 Decomposition of Poverty in India -- 2.3 Rural Poverty and Agriculture in the Philippines -- 3 Energy and Climate Change -- 3.1 Petroleum Subsidies in Indonesia -- 3.2 Energy-Environment-Economic Efficiency in Asian Nations -- 3.3 Climate Change and Malaysia -- 4 Money and Macroeconomics -- 4.1 Market Microstructure and Asian Banks -- 4.2 Macroeconomic Performance of Indian States -- 5 Ageing, Education, Production, and the Internet -- 5.1 Population Ageing in South Korea -- 5.2 Educational Attainment and Learning in India -- 5.3 Global Production Networks and Penang, Malaysia -- 5.4 The Internet in Nepal -- 6 Conclusions -- References -- Part II: Poverty -- Spatial Disparitiesand Poverty: The Case of Three Provinces in the Philippines -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Spatial Economic Disparities across the Philippines -- Box 1. Administrative Divisions in the Philippines -- 3 A Closer Look at Pangasinan, Eastern Samar, and Maguindanao -- 3.1 Distinct Characteristics of the Three Provinces -- 3.2 Common Characteristics Among the Poor Households -- 3.2.1 Low Skills and Education -- 3.2.2 High Vulnerability to Shocks -- 3.2.3 Limited Connectivity with Markets -- Box 2 Small Entrepreneurs in Isolated Areas Face High Transaction Costs -- 3.2.4 Lack of Supporting Policy Environment at the Local Level -- 4 Policy Implications -- References -- Decomposing Poverty Change in India: Within- and Between-Group Effects Across Regions, 2004-2005 and 2009-2010 -- 1 Introduction -- 2 The Method -- 3 Data and Analysis -- 3.1 Incidence of Poverty -- 3.2 Region-Specific Growth, Inequality, and Population Effects
  • 3.3 Within-Group and Between-Group Effects -- 4 Concluding Remarks -- Appendix: State, Region-Specific Code and NSS Region of 2005-2005 -- References -- Pathways Out of Rural Poverty and the Role of Agriculture in Four Rice Ecosystems in the Rural Philippines -- 1 Sectoral Linkage, Structural Transformation, and Poverty Reduction: A Review of Theoretical and Empirical Literature -- 2 Poverty and Agricultural Growth in the Four Sample Villages -- 2.1 The Four Sample Villages -- 2.2 Poverty Reduction and Agricultural Growth in the Four Sample Villages -- 3 Income Mobility Via Alternative Pathways Out of Rural Poverty -- 3.1 Agricultural vs. Nonagricultural Pathways Out of Rural Poverty -- 3.2 Identifying Specific Nonagricultural Pathways -- 4 Interpreting the Mobility Patterns Among the Four Sample Villages -- 5 Conclusions -- References -- Part III: Energy and Climate Change -- Reducing Petroleum Subsidy in Indonesia: An Interregional General Equilibrium Analysis -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Debates on Energy Subsidy -- 2.1 Industrial Competitiveness and Development -- 2.2 Employment Creation -- 2.3 Rural Economy and Small Enterprises -- 2.4 Fiscal Pressure -- 2.5 Supporting Politics -- 2.6 Environmental Issue -- 3 The History of Petroleum Subsidy and Its Reform in Indonesia -- 3.1 Wahid and Megawatís Period (January 2000-December 2001) -- 3.2 Megawatís Reform Period (January 2002-December 2002) -- 3.3 Megawatís Setback Period (January 2003-October 2004) -- 3.4 Susilo Bambang Yudhoyonós Reform Period (October 2004-October 2008) -- 3.5 SBÝs Setback Period (November 2008-May 2013) -- 3.6 SBÝs Final Year Period (June 2013-October 2014) -- 3.7 Joko J̀̀okowí ́Widodós Period (November 2014-Today) -- 4 Methodology: IndoTERM -- 4.1 Theoretical Structure -- 4.2 Database and Its Construction -- 4.3 Scenario and Simulation Design -- 5 Results and Discussion
  • 5.1 Results at the National Level -- 5.2 Results at the Regional Level -- 6 Conclusion -- Appendix: Sectors in the IndoTERM Simulations -- Reference -- An Evaluation of Energy-Environment-Economic Efficiency for Asian Countries: A Proposal for a Time-Series Target-Oriented DFM ... -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Outline of the Distance Friction Minimisation (DFM) Approach -- 3 The Proposed Time-Series Target-Oriented DFM Model -- 4 An Evaluation of Energy-Environment-Economic Efficiency for Asian Countries -- 4.1 Database and Analytical Framework -- 4.2 Efficiency Evaluation Based on the Super-Efficiency CCR-I Model -- 4.3 Efficiency-Improvement Projection Based on the CCR and DFM Models -- 4.4 Efficiency-Improvement Projection of the TS-TO-DFM Model -- 5 Conclusion -- Appendix 1: Outline of DEA and Efficiency-Improvement Projection -- Appendix 2: A Super-Efficiency DEA Model -- References -- Climate Change and Threats to Sustainability in South East Asia: Dynamic Modelling Approach for Malaysia -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Causes of Climate Change in SEA -- 2.1 Deforestation in SEA -- 2.2 Globalization and Rapid Economic Growth in Asia -- 3 Climate Change, Food Security, and Natural Disasters -- 3.1 Food Security -- 3.2 Climate Change, Natural Disasters, and Food Security -- 4 Case Study of Malaysia -- 4.1 The Rice Economy of Malaysia -- 4.2 The Data and Methodology -- 4.3 Results of Analysis -- 5 Conclusions and Policy Implications -- References -- Part IV: Money and Macroeconomics -- Learning About the Role of Market Micro-Structure from High-Frequency Data on Asian Banks -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Review of High Frequency -- 3 Methodology -- 3.1 Jump-Detection Methodology -- 3.2 Decomposing Systematic Risks: Diffusion and Jump Components -- 3.3 Diffusion and Jump Betas -- 4 Sample and Data -- 5 Descriptive Statistics -- 6 Jump and Continuous Beta Results
  • 7 Conclusion -- References -- Dynamic Macroeconomic Performance of Indian States: Some Post-Reform Evidence -- 1 Introduction -- 2 The Present Study, Data, and Methodology -- 2.1 The Present Study -- 2.2 The Data -- 2.3 Methodology -- 2.3.1 Measuring MEP -- 2.3.2 Malmquist-Type Approach for Measuring Dynamic MEP -- 3 Results and Discussion -- 3.1 Dynamic Macroeconomic Performance (DMEP) -- 3.2 Does Dynamic Macroeconomic Performance Matter? -- 3.2.1 Economic Linkage of DMEP with FDI -- 4 Summary and Concluding Remarks -- 5 Notes -- References -- Part V: Ageing, Education, Production, and the Internet -- Dynamic Impact of Population Aging on Regional Economies in Korea Using a Recursive-Dynamic Interregional CGE-Population Model -- 1 Background -- 2 Model -- 3 Simulation -- 4 Conclusion -- Appendix 1: Major Equations of ICGEP Model -- Equations -- Variables -- Parameters -- Appendix 2: Model Specification and Parameter Estimates -- Consumption and Saving Functions -- Private Consumption by Age Cohort -- Private Savings by Region -- Wage Function -- References -- Educational Attainment and Learning in India, 2004-2012 -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Data -- 3 Empirical Analysis -- 3.1 Participation in Education -- 3.2 Learning -- 4 Conclusions -- References -- SME Participation in Global Production Networks: Analytical Issues and Evidence from Penang, Malaysia -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Global Production Sharing and SMEs: An Analytical Overview -- 2.1 The Phenomenon of Global Production Sharing -- 2.2 Policy Options for Linking SMEs to GPNs -- 2.2.1 Economy-Wide Policies -- 2.2.2 SME-Specific Policies -- 3 Penang: Initial Conditions and Policy Reforms -- 4 Evolution of the Export Hub -- 5 Emergence of Ancillary Industries and SMEs -- Five Penang MNEs: From Backyard Workshops to Global Reach -- 6 Industrial Transformation and the Role of SMEs
  • 7 The Role of Public Policy in Fostering MNE-SME Links -- 8 Conclusion -- References -- The Internet in Nepal: WiMAX Broadband Service -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Research Background -- 3 Methodology and Data -- 4 Analysis and Results -- 5 Conclusion -- References -- Index
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