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Needham Research Institute University of Durham: Centre for Contemporary Chinese Studies University of East Anglia: Sainsbury Institute for the Study of Japanese Arts and Cultures University of Edinburgh: Asian Studies, at the School of Literatures, Languages and Cultures Scottish Centre for Chinese Studies University of Leeds: East Asian Studies.
Finance graduates pursue careers in investment banking, corporate finance, private equity, investment management, consulting, as well as non-finance positions. The MSc program in Finance is consistently one of the top ranked programs across various rankings. For example, the Financial Times ranking of the world's best masters programs (2018.
This e-learning course was developed by the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) and the Asian Institute of Technology (AIT) as part of the Asian Project Management Support Programme (APMAS). Start the course.
In the World Bank Institute’s Worldwide Governance Indicators for 2014, China ranks in the 47th percentile with respect to control of corruption, behind Ghana and just ahead of Romania (World.
Published MPhil research. Many of our MPhil students have gone on to publish their research in the scientific or academic literature. A selection of recent papers deriving from MPhil theses or essays written at the Scott Polar Research Institute includes: SEAG, M.C., 2017, Women Need Not Apply: Gendered institutional change in Antarctica and Outer Space. The Polar Journal, 7, 319-335. COOLEY.
This chapter empirically analyses the impact of policy initiatives co-ordinated by Asian national governments on firms' access to external finance by using a unique firm-level database of eight Asian countries- Hong Kong SAR, Indonesia, Korea, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan and Thailand over the period of 1996-2012. Using difference-in-differences approach and controlling for firm.