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Asia Consensus Survey JCER/Nikkei Consensus Survey on Asian Economies (April 2017 issue: Part 2)

Special report on “20 Years Since the Asian Financial Crisis”

Reforms, Growth Move Ahead
Diversified, Resilient Economies in 20 Years After Crisis
Economists: Infrastructure, Productivity are Challenges

Kiyoshi KUSAKA
  Principal Economist

2017/04/10

  After 20 years of the Asian Financial Crisis in 1997, survey asked leading economists in five Southeast Asian countries——Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, and Thailand——to evaluate the subsequent development of Asian economies. They give high marks on the outcomes, saying that continuing reform have made it possible for the economies to achieve strong growth and to be more diversified and resilient. Introduction of new measures have worked to avoid other financial crises and to make the region's financial system stable. The economies, however, face various challenges including infrastructure developments, increase of productivity and further reforms to keep the growth and to overcome the middle-income trap, the economists add.

Article in Nikkei Asian Review
Related report: JCER/Nikkei Consensus Survey on Asian Economies: April 2017 issue

2020/09/07

Asian Economists Project Role for Japan in Regional Stability

New PM Must Bring Economic Recovery, Provide Model for Reform
Mixed Views on Abe Era Monetary Policy, Low Marks on Growth

JCER/Nikkei Consensus: Special Survey September 2020 issue

Project Leader:Kiyoshi KUSAKA

2020/07/10

JCER/Nikkei Consensus Survey special web seminar

2020/07/06

All ASEAN5, India Fall into Negative Growth

COVID Uncertainty Portends Unemployment Rise, Digitalization

JCER/Nikkei Consensus Survey on Asian Economies July 2020 issue 2020~2022

Project Leader:Kiyoshi KUSAKA/ Project Leader:Kenji YUASA

2020/04/06

Negative Growth Foreseen in Singapore, Thailand

Corona Shock Hits Asia, Unemployment Rise Looms

JCER/Nikkei Consensus Survey on Asian Economies April 2020 issue 2020~2022

Project Leader:Kiyoshi KUSAKA/ Project Leader:Kenji YUASA

2019/12/23

Growth to Remain Weak in 2020 for ASEAN, India

Focus on Trade War, U.S. Election, Geopolitics

JCER/Nikkei Consensus Survey on Asian Economies December 2019 issue 2019~2021

Project Leader:Kiyoshi KUSAKA/ Project Leader:Kenji YUASA