Asian Economic and Social Society (AESS) is a private organization aiming to provide a platform to innovative academicians in the fields of scientific and social sciences. Further AESS encourages research activities by organizing research training workshops and publishing high quality international journals.
Proceedings of the Second Asia-Pacific Conference on Global Business, Economics, Finance and Social Sciences (AP15Vietnam Conference) ISBN: 978-1-63415-833-6 Danang-Vietnam, 10-12 July, 2015 Paper ID: VL532 1 Factors Affecting Personal Financial Management Behaviors: Evidence from Vietnam Stronger Cooperation Essential to Address Regional Challenges: APEC. Stronger cooperation is essential for APEC as economies address inequality, environmental health, and the digital economy – the region’s critical challenges – said the APEC Secretariat’s Executive Director Dr Rebecca Sta Maria.
The pickup in growth in Asia anticipated in the April 2017 Regional Economic Outlook: Asia and Pacific remains broadly on track, with stronger-than-expected growth in China, Japan, Korea, and Association of Southeast Asian Nations economies helping to compensate for the weaker outlook in Australia and India. In addition to high quality contributions on economic modelling with a strong theoretical and conceptual foundation, the Journal aims to discuss issues that involve promulgating inclusive growth, promoting viable institutional structure and good governance (i.e., participation, accountability and transparency) and ensuring rights and entitlements of citizens. The Journal of Interdisciplinary Economics is a forum in which those who wish to expand the boundaries of economic science are invited to contribute research that seeks out the hidden assumptions that determine the economist’s current world view, relax them and so evolve a new discipline more appropriate to the contemporary global environment ... partners – South Asia Center for Policy Studies (SACEPS) and South Asia Network of Economic Research Institutions (SANEI). Based on sound economic analysis and reasoning, the book presents ideas and fi ndings in four parts, under the themes of: civil society’s role in regional integration; M2882 - RAHMAN TEXT.indd ix 21/03/2012 15:50 Oct 22, 2014 · The authors compare economic growth rates to education and employment gaps for several regions including the Middle East and North Africa, Latin America and the Caribbean, East Asia and the Pacific, Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development, South Asia, Sub-Saharan Africa, and Eastern Europe and Central Asia.