India’s performance on Millennium Development Goal (MDG) 7 targets for environment has varied. India is home to two of the world’s 25 internationally recognized global biodiversity hotspots and is one of only 17 mega-diverse countries. The overall area under biodiversity protection and forest cover has increased but its forest-growing stocks are declining.
This concept notes relates to the South-East Asia Workshop on Advancing Accountability and Strengthening Statistics for Gender Equality and Women’s Empowerment, to be held on 9-11 September 2015 in Bangkok, Thailand.
The ROC-TF newsletter is a biannual publication, which features updates, publications and forthcoming activities of regional and international organizations working on trade facilitation in the Asia-Pacific region.
This is the tentative programme for the ARTNeT/KRI Workshop on Trade Policy Analysis: Evidence-based Policy Making and Gravity Modelling for Trade Analysis held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on 18-20 August 2015.
Supply and Use Tables are one of the building blocks of economic and environmental accounting and a quality assurance tool for computing reliable GDP figures and other macroeconomic aggregates. This Stats Brief introduces the main concepts and definitions concerning the Supply and Use Framework and gives a snapshot of current compilation of Supply and Use Tables in the Asia-Pacific region.
These are presentations that were delivered during the "WTO/ESCAP 10th ARTNeT Capacity Building Workshop for Trade Research - Empirical Methods in Trade: Analyzing Trade Costs and Trade Facilitation" , 15-19 June 2015, Bangkok, Thailand.
1. Introduction to STATA
2. Advanced review of econometric methods
4. Trade Costs
5. ARTNeT trading updated 2015 - focus in trade cost
6. World Bank Enterprise Surveys