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Gloria O. Pasadilla joined the Asian Development Bank Institute in September 2009. Previously, she was a Senior Research Fellow at the Philippine Institute for Development Studies (2004-2009) and assistant professor at the University of Asia and the Pacific (1998-2004). Between 2007 and 2009, she was the convener of the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Group on Services (GOS), and Philippine lead negotiator for services for the ASEAN-ANZ FTA negotiations.
She has also served as deputy director for the Industrial Economics Program of the Center for Research and Communications (CRC) (now UA&P). She also had brief stints at the Asian Development Bank, the World Trade Organization in Geneva, Southeast Asian Central Banks Center (SEACEN) in Malaysia, ADBI in Tokyo, International Monetary Fund (Asia Pacific Department) in Washington, DC, and Goldman Sachs in Hong Kong. She holds a PhD in economics from New York University and a Masters in International Law and Economics from the Wororld Trade Organization in Geneva, Southeast Asian Central Banks Center (SEACEN) in Malaysia, ADBI in Tokyo, International Monetary Fund (Asia Pacific Department) in Washington, DC, and Goldman Sachs in Hong Kong. She holds a PhD in economics from New York University and a Masters in International Law and Economics from the World Trade Institute in Bern, Switzerland.
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Japan: Trade Finance
|Primary location:||Tokyo, Japan|
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Financial Crisis, Trade Finance, and SMEs:...
This paper surveys studies of the importance of Central Asian small- and medium-sized enterprises (SME) in the economy and their experience during the Russian financial crisis. It also uses survey data from the World Bank and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development's Business Environment and Enterprise Performance Surveys to infer noteworthy characteristics, features, and dependencies on financing of Central Asian SMEs and, consequently, derive the potential impact of the crisis on the sector. The paper also assesses government support for SMEs and the necessary market reforms that will give a boost to the sector’s development in the region(posted on: 16 April 2010) view more folders
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