Ownership and Control of Airlines in Southeast Asia: Prospect for an ASEAN Community Carrier
Alan Khee-Jin Tan
Effects on Consumer Prices & Business Margins
In light of the ever growing concern over the rise in cost of living due to the rise in prices, one of government’s effort to manage consumer prices in Malaysia is assessed in this new paper by IDEAS.
Hafiz Noor Shams
Government-Linked Companies and
its Impacts on the Malaysian Economy
The role that state-owned enterprises (SOEs) or,
more generally, government-linked companies (GLCs) play in the Malaysia economy is widespread and pervasive.
Water Provision in Malaysia Privatise or nationalise?
The briefing paper contains case studies of how citizens can benefit from reforms that are driven by the desire to serve the people, rather than blind ideology.
Wan Saiful Wan Jan
Illicit Trade in Malaysia:
Causes & Consequences
Trade integration offers opportunities for economic growth. However, high domestic taxes, lax border enforcement, and supply constraints can lead to an increase in illicit trade flows thus, reducing benefits of trade openness.
Reining in the IGP’s Power:
Decentralisation as an option
This paper examines decentralisation as a potential policy option for the Malaysian Inspector General of Police’s (IGP) office given the issues of accountability and overcentralisation.
KUALA LUMPUR (Jan 18): Institute for Democracy and Economic Affairs (IDEAS) estimates that the government lost RM8 billion last year due to illicit trade. IDEAS Director of Research Ali Salman attributed the loss to the ...
KUALA LUMPUR: The Institute for Democracy and Economic Affairs (IDEAS) estimates the government is losing some RM8 billion in tax revenue annually due to the black market, which looks to be thriving particularly in the ...
Kuala Lumpur, 18 January 2018 – Illicit trade in Malaysia is a problem that needs to be addressed. It has impacts on Malaysian economy such as losing government earnings through losses of tax revenue as ...