"Belt and Road Initiative: Perspectives from Malaysia Presented at the 5th Workshop for Asia Pacific Young Scholars, 3rd September 2019 at the China Institute of International Studies in Beijing, China." Download Presentation Slide (PDF)
Bantuan Sara Hidup (BSH), the national cash transfer program formerly known as BR1M, has undergone many changes since its introduction in 2012. In 2018, it was changed yet again, with a new benefit structure that took into account variations in household size. Its proponents argue that cash transfer programs have beneficial impacts on low-income household–while detractors argue that cash assistance discourages work, and that households should instead be self-reliant. But just how effective are cash transfer programs like BSH compared to other types of assistance? How can BSH be further improved? What is the role of BSH in the future of social welfare in Malaysia? Download Presentation Slide (PDF)
Paper presented by Firdaos Rosli and Calvin Cheng
Paper presented by Dato’ Steven CM Wong at 35th Anniversary Conference of the Malaysian Association for American Studies (MAAS)
Joint commentaries and presented by Ainun Jaabi, 15 December 2017
Investments in Agribusiness Value Chains and Trading Networks: From Rhetoric to Reality (Yesterday, Today,...
Paper presented by Dr Larry Wong at the 16th Asia Pacific Agricultural Policy Forum, 31 Aug - 1 Sept 2017, Seoul, Korea.