ABAC Documents & Research

 

Over the course of a year, depending on ABAC’s defined priorities, studies and reports are completed on a wide range of issues. These will sometimes be completed to accompany recommendations to APEC Leaders, and senior officials.

In addition, ABAC has built up over the past decade a strong research project relationship with the MBA class of the Marshall School of Business at the University of Southern California. By convention, the Marshall School team undertake a single major research project each year, presenting the report and key findings to ABAC members at the fourth and final ABAC meeting.

 

ABAC Research


2016
  • Recommendation documents

    • Marshall School project: Non-tariff Barriers in Agriculture and Food Trade  (full report)

2015
 
  • Recommendation documents

    • Marshall School project: Driving Economic Growth Through E-commerce in APEC: Empowering MSMEs and Eliminating Barriers (full report)


2014
  • Recommendation documents

    • Marshall School project: Accelerating Investment in Service in APEC (full report)


2013

  • Research Documents

    • Investment liberalisation

  • Recommendation documents

    • Marshall School project: Drivers and Impediments to Foreign Direct Investment in APEC Economies (full report)


2012

  • Research Documents

    • Services in APEC

    • Investment liberalisation and facilitation

  • Recommendation documents

    • Marshall School project: Trade in Services in the APEC Region (full report)

2011

  • Research Documents

    • Food Security

    • Services in APEC

    • Investment liberalisation and facilitation

 

  • Recommendation documents

    • Amendments to Non-binding Investment Principles

    • Marshall School project: Valuing the Economic Impact of Blockages within Regional Supply Chains (full report)

 

⇒ See more past ABAC research projects by USC Marshall School of Business.



ABAC Reports


More ABAC previous reports

 

 

ABAC Bulletin

 

 

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