Asian Development Bank Institute
Ganeshan Wignaraja is Director of Research of the Asian Development Bank Institute (ADBI), a subsidiary of the Asian Development Bank, which focusses on medium-term economic issues in Asia and the Pacific. Previously, he was a principal economist at the Asian Development Bank, a manager in a UK economics consulting firm, and a chief programme officer at the Commonwealth Secretariat. He has represented the Asian Development Bank on the WTO Director-General's Advisory Group on Aid for Trade, at APEC and ASEAN senior officials meetings, and on the Advisory Group for setting up the Economic Research Institute for ASEAN and East Asia (ERIA). He has also held research positions at Oxford University, the OECD and the United Nations Institute for New Technologies. Dr. Wignaraja is an executive editor of the Journal of Asian Economics and has published 12 books on trade and competitiveness, regional economic integration, industrial technology, and development strategy. He has a doctorate in economics from Oxford University and a BSc. in economics from the London School of Economics.
Articles by Ganeshan Wignaraja :
Mega-regionalism in Asia
6 April 2013, 11080 reads
Growth dynamics and policy choices facing Indonesia
21 February 2013, 8224 reads
Deep integration in free trade agreements in China and India
4 July 2012, 8617 reads
Asia’s growth, production networks, and SMEs
12 June 2012, 10529 reads
South-South free trade agreements: A work in progress?
20 October 2011, 6716 reads
Will India overtake China in the next decade?
29 September 2011, 14428 reads
The “noodle bowl” of free trade agreements in East Asia
15 September 2009, 12170 reads
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