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  • OTHER URBAN STUDY
    Gil Sander,FredericoJun 01, 2015
    After a strong finish in 2014, growth moderated in early 2015. Growth is projected to slow to 4.7 percent in 2015 before normalizing to 5.0 percent in 2016. Despite signs of recovery in 2014, exports weakened in...
  • WORKING PAPER
    Gil Sander,Frederico, Blancas Mendivil,Luis C., Westra,ReindertJun 01, 2015
    After a strong finish in 2014, growth moderated in early 2015. Malaysia’s economy expanded by 6.0 percent in 2014, accelerating to 7.3 percent q/q saar in Q42014 due to resilient domestic demand and a pick-up of ...
  • WORKING PAPER
    Zhang, Lei, Phanuphak, Nittaya, Henderson, Klara, Nonenoy, Siriporn, Srikaew, Sasiwan, Shattock, Andrew J, Kerr, Cliff C, Omune, Brenda, van Griensven, Frits, Osornprasop,Sutayut, Oelrichs,Robert, Ananworanich, Jintanat, Wilson, David PMay 01, 2015
    The HIV epidemic amongst men who have sex with men (MSM) in Bangkok is substantial. The population size of MSM in Bangkok is 120,000-250,000, with approximately one-third (33.5 percent) considered high-risk, ...
  • ECONOMIC UPDATES AND MODELING
    Gil Sander, Frederico, Packard, Truman, Purnamasari, Ririn Salwa, Testaverde, Mauro, Wacker, Konstantin M., Yap, Wei Aun, Yoong, Pui ShenDec 01, 2014
    Malaysia has in many ways become a success story in shared prosperity. Shared prosperity means that all households experience income growth, but growth is higher for those households at the bottom of the ...
  • WORKING PAPER (NUMBERED SERIES)
    Holzmann, RobertNov 01, 2014
    This policy paper presents key findings and suggestions on Malaysia’s old-age financial protection system within the context of the country’s broader social security framework. The trademark policy approach...
HIV/AIDS

Researchers estimate that HIV prevalence among Malaysian fishermen is 10 times that of the general population. Read More »

Experts
Country Director, Southeast Asia
Frederico Gil Sander
Senior Economist
Science & Technology

The report sets out a conceptual framework, examines the global industry context, and analyzes Malaysia's position in the global value chain. Read More »

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