FY 2010/2011 Research Topic: 2-04
Economic Modeling on Asia for Long-term Evaluation (EMALE)
This research attempts to assess the possibilities and policy responses for domestic demand-led growth in the East Asia with statistical economic models. In recent years, the role of domestic demand in long term economic growth has been emphasized. This is because domestic demand-led growth can fulfill the basic needs of low income households and promote employment at the same time. IDE has been a leading research organization in the analysis and forecasting of the macroeconomics of developing countries with macroeconometric models. The research attempts to clarify factors affecting domestic demand and channels that connect demand with employment and economic growth. Traditional econometric models are used for the analysis, and an explanation of the models and statistical data on factors affecting long term growth will be published.
April 2010 - March 2011
Members of the Research Project
|[ Organizer ]||NOGAMI Hiroki|
|[ Co-researchers ]||UEMURA Jinichi|
|OHIZUMI Keiichirō (Japan Research Institute, Economics Department, Center for Pacific Business Studies)|
- IDE Statistical Data Series (SDS).