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AIM Policy Center shares working papers from the EPA 2013

Posted: 2014-05-19
Category: EPA Announcements

The Asian Institute of Management - Policy Center shares some of the studies on MSMEs generated from the recent Enterprise Performance in Asia, a project with IDRC. 

The Enterprise Performance in Asia (EPA) Project promotes evidence-based research on MSME issues like obstacle to growth, innovation, and vulnerability to crisis by supporting new research undertakings that will investigate the challenges faced by Asian enterprises.

Location choice and spatial externalities among MSMEs in the Philippines
No. 14-003
Michael R.M. Abrigo
Kris A. Francisco
Why do Asian firms say that their governments are corrupt: Assessing the impact of firm-level characteristics on corruption perceptions
No. 14-004
Roberto Martin N. Galang
Rouselle F. Lavado

Gabriel Angelo B. Domingo
Corporate Political Activities and Firm Growth in Emerging Economies
No. 14-005
Jiangyong Lu
Seong-jin Choi
Informal Self-Employment in Kazakhstan
No. 14-006
Altay Mussorov

G. Reza Arabsheibani
Monetary and Fiscal Policy Regimes and Firm Innovation in Transition Economies and the Residual Factors Explaining the Gap in Firm Innovation in Central Asian Economies
No. 14-007
Zafar Nazarov

Alisher Akhmedjonov
Institutional factors create additional glass ceilings: Evidence from female owned South-Asian SME's access to external financing
No. 14-008
Nirosha Wellalage
Geeta Dupati

Fitriya Fauzi
Does Immigration Promote Innovation in Developing Countries? Evidence from Thai Manufacturers 
No. 14-009
Piriya Pholphirul
Pungpond Rukumnuaykit
Barriers to Growth among Informal Sector Enterprises in India
No. 14-010
Subash Sasidharan
Rajesh Raj S N
Manufacturing Firm Survival and Growth in Vietnam: Explaining Vietnam's 'Missing' SMEs
No. 14-011
Trung Dang Le
Paul Shaffer
Small and Medium Enterprises under the Global Economic Crisis: Evidence from Indonesia
No. 14-008
Gaku Funabashi

 

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