2017 Myanmar Update - Economic Upheaval: Reform, Resources, Mega-Projects and Inequality

2017 Myanmar Update - Economic Upheaval: Reform, Resources, Mega-Projects and Inequality

Date: 17/2/2017

Panel Chair: Stephanie Fahey, Ernst & Young

An analysis of the determinants of income diversification and income inequality in rural economy in Myanmar

Nilar Aung, Australian National University

Change and continuity: Capacity, coordination and natural resources in Myanmar’s periphery

Giuseppe Gabusi, University of Turin

Myanmar’s mechanization revolution: Symptoms of structural transformation

Myat Thida Win, Centre for Economic and Social Development; Ben Belton, Michigan State University and Xiaobo Zhang, International Food Policy Research Institute

Special economic zones in Myanmar: The intersection of economic and political transformations

Pyae Phyo Maung, University of Melbourne and Tamas Wells, University of Melbourne

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