This Conference is an annual exercise to deliberate on the overall progress towards "A Malaysia that upholds the principles of liberty and justice", according to the vision pronounced by Tunku Abdul Rahman. The conference tracks progress and developments in Malaysia along these
parameters: rule of law, free markets, limited government and individual liberty and responsibility. We believe that these values are necessary for a liberal and just Malaysia.
Malaysia GLC Monitor 2018 - Government in Business:
Diverse Forms of Intervention
Edmund Terence Gomez, Fikri Fisal, Thirshalar Padmanabhan, Juwairiah Tajuddin
Minister of Finance Incorporated Ownership and Control of Corporate Malaysia
Call for Papers:
Ethnicity, Religion and the Tunku
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“Ethnicity, Religion and the Tunku” is a project that aims to present a critical outlook of how the ideals and wisdom of the Tunku can be relevant to today’s debates around ethnicity and religion in Malaysia.
Affordable Housing and Cyclical Fluctuations: The Malaysian Property Market
Create or Nurture? Lessons from Cyberjaya: Malaysia’s Promised Silicon Valley
Payment Card Reform Framework (PCRF):
A Policy Evaluation Study
Dr. Teo Wing Leong
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.
PETALING JAYA, 19 SEPT 2018- A new direct digital tax in Malaysia would increase the costs of digital goods and services, which would in turn, increase prices for consumers and businesses, said the Institute for ...
Kuala Lumpur, 19 September 2018 –The Institute for Democracy and Economic Affairs (IDEAS) applauds the Cabinet’s decision today to lower the voting age from 21 to 18 years old. This was one of the promises ...
Kuala Lumpur, 19 September 2018 – Today, IDEAS has published a Brief Ideas titled “Tax in The Digital Age”. The paper considers the current global debate around tax and the digital economy and assesses the ...