Started in April of 2019 the Doing Research Assessment report has been approved for wide distribution this week. By examining the historical, sociopolitical, economic and international context of doing research as well as a gathering new data within the DRA framework the report brings to light important findings on the state of the social science research environment in Myanmar.
Fish, seafood and products derived from fish are a staple of daily diet in Myanmar. From Mohinga to the ubiquitous fish paste present in countless dishes. The wellbeing of Myanmar and her people are intrinsically linked to the that of the seas and ocean along the country’s coastlines.
National Aquaculture Development Plan Today CESD announces the publication of the draft of the Nation Aquaculture Development Plan (NADP), which was developed with the assistance and technical support from MYSAP, a programme funded by the European Union (EU) and Germany and jointly implemented by GIZ and the DoF. Aquaculture plays Read more…
There have been limited research studies that explore the intrinsic link between Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) and the promotion of decent work in Myanmar. However, a collaborative effort between the Centre for Economic and Social Development (CESD) and International Labour Organization (ILO) has made it possible to understand this relationship. The research Read more…
CESD Report on Myanmar SMEs Participation in ASEAN and East Asian Regional Economic Integration.
CESD, in partnership with the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA), undertook research into the existing state of subnational public finances and intergovernmental relationships to help build knowledge on the current state of fiscal decentralization in Myanmar, and to promote dialogue on the challenges and opportunities faced by Myanmar’s Union and subnational governments with public financial management reform.