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ASEAN-India Economic, Trade and Integration Relations: Modelling the Challenges and Opportunities

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The paper provides a rigorous analysis of ASEAN-India economic, trade and integration relations and presents evidence-based scenarios and policy options for improving these relations in the context of ‘Look East’ policy, ‘economic diplomacy’, globalisation and post-global financial crisis. The proposed options are robust in the sense of statistical efficiency and credible as meeting the Friedman (1953) and Kydland (2006) data-consistency criterion. Several plausible regional and global scenarios to accommodate major opportunities and the challenges for India vis-à-vis the ASEAN will be proposed for evaluation.

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  • Tran Van Hoa, 2012. "ASEAN-India Economic, Trade and Integration Relations: Modelling the Challenges and Opportunities," Journal of Quantitative Economics, The Indian Econometric Society, vol. 10(1), pages 121-135, January.
  • Handle: RePEc:jqe:jqenew:v:10:y:2012:i:1:p:121-135
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