EY Emerging Markets Research Partners
Link to website: http://emergingmarkets.ey.com/
Link to website: http://iems.skolkovo.ru/en/
The World Bank’s Network on Jobs and Development
The Network on Jobs and Development (NJD) is supported by the World Bank’s Development Grant Facility (DGF). It was established to pursue a multi-sectoral and multi-disciplinary approach to the global jobs agenda. More...
Economic Policy Forum
The Economic Policy Forum (EPF) is an alliance of think tanks from emerging economies – such as Brazil, China, Mexico, India, South Africa, and Turkey – as well as from selected developed economies, including Germany. The key objective of EPF is to provide a platform for knowledge sharing and collaborative, policy-oriented research on key economic policy challenges, including in particular on the stability of the world economy and the quality of growth. In supporting to feed research findings into domestic and international reform processes, EPF seeks to contribute to better-informed policy making, in emerging economies and globally. In addition, EPF aims at strengthening the capacity of think tanks to shape policy making processes.
Link to website: https://www.economic-policy-forum.org/
Association of Pacific Rim Universities
The Association of Pacific Rim Universities (APRU) was founded in 1997 with the vision to to establish a premier alliance of research universities as an advisory body to international organisations, governments and business on the development of science and innovation as well as on the broader development of higher education. The vision now encompasses focusing new knowledge on the global challenges affecting the APEC region.
The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST) is a member of APRU. Prof Albert Park, Director of HKUST IEMS, is the HKUST representative on the APRU Population Ageing Research Hub steering group, which aims to connect leading population ageing experts across the APRU network; to share best practice and showcase research, to engage with governments and industry; and to stimulate new and relevant research collaboration amongst the early career researcher community.
Currently the Association has 45 member universities from 16 APEC economies, representing 140,000 faculty members and 2 million students.
Link to website: http://apru.org