Impact Investment Funds for Frontier Markets in Southeast Asia: Creating a Platform for Institutional Capital, High-Quality Foreign Direct Investment, and Proactive Policy Making

Impact Investment Funds for Frontier Markets in Southeast Asia: Creating a Platform for Institutional Capital, High-Quality Foreign Direct Investment, and Proactive Policy Making

by Manuel Stagars

Hardcover(2015)

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781137507266
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan UK
Publication date: 05/28/2015
Series: Palgrave Studies in Impact Finance
Edition description: 2015
Pages: 201
Product dimensions: 5.51(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.02(d)

About the Author

Manuel Stagars is an economist and senior researcher at Singapore-ETH Centre (SEC), interested in the technological and institutional aspects of data and data policy. He is also a serial entrepreneur with more than a decade of global experience. Manuel has a particular interest in emerging and frontier economies in Southeast Asia. He is also the author of Impact Investment Funds for Frontier Markets in Southeast Asia (Palgrave Macmillan, 2015).

Table of Contents

Preface


1 Introduction


1.1 Who is this book for?


1.2 What is new in this analysis?


1.3 Factors of quality in national statistical systems


1.4 Motivation for this research


2 Tools to Standardize and Monitor Statistical Capacity and Data Quality



2.1 United
Nations Fundamental Principles of Official Statistics


2.2 System of National Accounts


2.3 IMF
Data Dissemination Standards


2.3.1 General
Data Dissemination Standard


2.3.2 Special
Data Dissemination Standard


2.3.3 Differences between the SDDS and the GDDS


2.3.4 European
Statistics Code of Practice


2.4 ACSS
Code of Practice


2.4.1 ACSS
Data Quality Assessment


2.4.2 European
Statistical System and ASEAN Community Statistical System: A brief comparison


2.5 World
Bank Statistical Capacity Indicator


2.5.1 Methodology of the SCI


3 Method and Data Sources to Analyze Data Quality in the ASEAN


3.1 Method used in this study


3.1.1 Factors,
dimensions, and indicators of data quality


3.1.2 Rating scale


3.1.3 Definition of “data users”


3.2 Data sources


4 Data
Quality Analysis of Group A: Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, and the
Philippines


4.1 Indonesia


4.2 Singapore


4.3 The
Philippines


4.4 Malaysia


5 Data
Quality Analysis of Group B: Thailand, Vietnam, Brunei


5.1 Thailand


5.2 Vietnam


5.3 Brunei


6 Data
Quality Analysis of Group C: Laos, Cambodia, Myanmar


6.1 Laos


6.2 Cambodia



6.3 Myanmar


7 Conclusion and Outlook: Towards Open Data and ASEAN Economic Community


7.1 Overview of Results


7.2 Outlook:
High-Quality Insights Need High-Quality Inputs


Appendix: Results by dimensions and factors

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