Our research scope covers six core areas, cutting across economics and financial, commerce and trade, SMEs, human resources, taxation and regulatory as well as socio-economic. The research output will be presented in a form of memorandum, working papers.
Shaping of sound macroeconomic management
Driving competitiveness, technology and innovation as well as regulatory reforms
Global politics of trade, liberalisation, sustainability and the emergence of new forms of trade governance
Strengthening of trade and investment links and incentives
Education reforms, talent development and skills transformation
Housing, healthcare, transport, subsidy and employment opportunities