SEAD (South-East Asian Economies Development) research group
Our particular interest is in Burma, Vietnam and Laos on the economics of transition, the environment, financial markets, and poverty alleviation. Our work has generated a wide range of published outputs including monographs and articles in specialist journals devoted to the region. In particular, a large number of Southeast Asian research students have benefited from their connections with our experts and now form an influential policy network throughout the region.
Contact: Dr Andrea Chareunsy
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