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Thought Leadership Brief, May 2015, no.8

Thought Leadership Brief, May 2015, no.8

... Is this growing gender inequality a problem and, if so, how should policies be targeted? This question is important for policymakers, as many different processes may be at work, and different processes suggest ... See full document

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Thought Leadership Brief, April 2015, no.7

Thought Leadership Brief, April 2015, no.7

... live in richer households (Burkhauser and Sabia 2007). A few studies of emerging markets have empirically assessed the impact of minimum wages on inequality and poverty. In Brazil, minimum wages have increased the wages ... See full document

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Thought Leadership Brief, March 2015, no.6

Thought Leadership Brief, March 2015, no.6

... earned 968 yuan per month, 17 percent less than urban locals. The gap would be even more substantial if we take into account the fact that rural migrants worked 10 hours longer per week than urban locals, with much less ... See full document

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Thought Leadership Brief, February 2018, no. 21

Thought Leadership Brief, February 2018, no. 21

... revenue) was 1.8%, the average share of R&D personnel was 6.2%, and 45% of firms had R&D expenditures. There is much more R&D in SOEs than in foreign or private firms and much R&D is concentrated in designated ... See full document

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Thought Leadership Brief, May 2016, no.12

Thought Leadership Brief, May 2016, no.12

... window may more effectively suppress piracy, it may be prohibitively costly to detect and de-list infringing websites over a prolonged period of ...de-list may also vary by ...activity may ... See full document

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Thought Leadership Brief, May 2019, no. 27

Thought Leadership Brief, May 2019, no. 27

... In 2015, 220 thousand Fanya Metal Exchange investors from 20 provinces in China lost a total of CNY 48 billion in ...descriptions may induce naive investors to ... See full document

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Thought Leadership Brief, August 2015, no.10

Thought Leadership Brief, August 2015, no.10

... Various reform measures would erode the edges of state capitalism and reduce some of the risks associated with shadow banking, including: SOE reform, increasing market access in the services sector, establishing private ... See full document

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Thought Leadership Brief, April 2019, no. 26

Thought Leadership Brief, April 2019, no. 26

... structures may also lead to lengthy approval ...with no limit to the number of new licenses and has reformed its regulations to make it easier for interested parties to install cables with or without ... See full document

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Thought Leadership Brief, August 2014,  no.2

Thought Leadership Brief, August 2014, no.2

... this may lead to an overall larger plastic reduction and faster adoption of the green habit. Contrary to the concern about financial overburden, the accelerated adoption of the green habit by low-income consumers ... See full document

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Thought Leadership Brief, August 2017, no.17

Thought Leadership Brief, August 2017, no.17

... Still, to finance the USD 5 trillion targeted in Xi’s grand plan for the next five years, we would need to see growth rates of around 50% in cross-border lending. While such a surge in cross-border lending is not unheard ... See full document

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Thought Leadership Brief, August 2019, no. 28

Thought Leadership Brief, August 2019, no. 28

... China may be also willing to make some compromises in the way it shares the benefits of the BRI, but multilateralizing the strategy does not equate to a full retreat to the Western ...model. No matter how ... See full document

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Thought Leadership Brief, December 2016, no.14

Thought Leadership Brief, December 2016, no.14

... So far, the EU has not needed to finance any Belt and Road infrastructure projects. While the current Initiative is centered on infrastructure, there is another way it may evolve: dismantling trade barriers. In ... See full document

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Thought Leadership Brief, February 2016, no.11

Thought Leadership Brief, February 2016, no.11

... necessary may be weakening; the recent loosening of its grip on the renminbi may signal an emphasis on structural reform over boosting ...technological leadership shows no signs of letting up; ... See full document

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Thought Leadership Brief, July 2014,  no.1

Thought Leadership Brief, July 2014, no.1

... We know that developing innovation actors—universities, public research institutes, industry associations, etc.— within an economy’s innovation system is necessary, but it is not enough. An innovation system may ... See full document

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Thought Leadership Brief, July 2017, no.16

Thought Leadership Brief, July 2017, no.16

... changes may also discourage innovation if the change makes the tax schedule more progressive, which can happen for example, if the tax rate is increased on the highest income brackets leaving the lower brackets ... See full document

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Thought Leadership Brief, June 2018, no. 23

Thought Leadership Brief, June 2018, no. 23

... have largely foreshadowed Korea’s challenges today. Thus, a cure to this malaise in Korea may also work in Japan. While a rising China has yet to face these challenges, China has unmistakably been following in the ... See full document

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Thought Leadership Brief, March 2019, no. 25

Thought Leadership Brief, March 2019, no. 25

... class may not be a pertinent means to segment consumerism emerging ...consumers may experience social mobility to different extents, meaning that they may have moved or may expect to move to a ... See full document

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Thought Leadership Brief, November 2014, no.4

Thought Leadership Brief, November 2014, no.4

... improvements in operational efficiency; and the introduction and application of new technologies and banking products. In relation to this, foreign banks could enhance the quality of human capital in the domestic banking ... See full document

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Thought Leadership Brief, October 2014, no.3

Thought Leadership Brief, October 2014, no.3

... Just as banks offer different products to suit different consumers, microcredit institutions need to design different products depending on which social goal they are pursuing. Our work gives cause for optimism: it is ... See full document

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Thought Leadership Brief, October 2017, no.19

Thought Leadership Brief, October 2017, no.19

... However, in the field of consumer studies, how consumers see themselves may be as important as how they are defined by marketers. Their shopping decisions are not simply affected by their needs and discretionary ... See full document

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