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East Asia and Pacific - Enhancing ASEAN connectivity monitoring and evaluation (English)

As Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) approaches end 2015, this report takes stock of the progress to date and draws out lessons for the next stage of ASEAN’s connectivity journey. The realization of an integrated ASEAN community demands connectedness vis improved and expanded transport, communications, and energy infrastructure; the reduction of barriers to trade and investment; and the opening of new opportunities for ASEAN wide communication and exchange. The MPAC provides a blueprint for such advances via three strategic dimensions, each accompanied by strategies and key actions: physical connectivity; institutional connectivity; and people-to-people connectivity.

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  • Author

    Marcelo Gordillo,Darwin

  • Document Date

    2016/05/24

  • Document Type

    Working Paper

  • Report Number

    ACS17973

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    East Asia and Pacific,

  • Region

    East Asia and Pacific,

  • Disclosure Date

    2016/06/02

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    East Asia and Pacific - Enhancing ASEAN connectivity monitoring and evaluation

  • Keywords

    free flow of good;information and communication technology;Trade and Economic Growth;quality of logistics service;effect on policy outcome;economic model;border management;gravity model;reduction of barriers;air transport infrastructure;inland waterway network;trade and transportation;economic multiplier effect;multimodal transport system;maritime transport system;special economic zone;transfer of good;access to mobile;basket of good;regulatory best practice;Transport by Sea;transport by air;ict and energy;country of origin;regional economic integration;efficiency and quality;regional trade integration;chain of effect;availability of data;kilometers of road;trade facilitation measures;construction and rehabilitation;long gestation period;deep integration;harmonization of rules;increase in land;access to technology;development of infrastructure;air passenger;increased trade;evaluation framework;quantitative indicators;equitable development;institutional measure;trade volume;institutional factor;data availability;export volume;positive impact;external trade;maritime sector;project impact;energy infrastructure;qualitative data;technology infrastructure;mobile telephone;measure output;electricity trade;global economy;output level;highway network;port efficiency;port capacity;regional connectivity;international passenger;road class;land transportation;causal chain;air service;trade partner;ict infrastructure;asset register;assessment tool;international student;Roll off;policy tradeoff;simulation model;physical infrastructure;project costing;spatial model;qualitative method;assessment framework;long-term impact;global integration;commercial aviation;project delays;government service;mobility indicator;insufficient information;regional capacity;investment rule;infrastructure sector;econometric model;geographic information;educational exchange;tertiary student;student exchange;proxy indicator;link configuration;economic competitiveness;impact indicator;financial datum;primary purpose;sea cargo;risk assessment;qualitative performance;econometric analysis;outcome performance;subnational levels;data issue;quantitative data;trade rule;intermediate outcome;cargo volume;data needs;trade datum;university level;important policy;ordinal scale;government process;qualitative assessment;infrastructure asset;bulk cargo;improved land;trade levels;land border;traded goods;External Economies;air sector;international arrivals;cargo capacity;air liberalization;trade efficiency;production base;cross-border transaction;model result;logistics performance;clearance process;customs procedure;local entrepreneur;liner shipping;infrastructure planning;logistics system;infrastructure quality;trading partner;increased integration;economic shock;open regionalism;container throughput;International Trade;sea container;foreign ownership;port productivity;local content;mobile network;cross-border trade;skilled labor;road length;commercial operation;take stock;traffic projection;alternative transport;Energy Sector;river network;rail link;community demand;energy resource;skilled labour;quantitative analysis;existing asset;liberalization policy;resource mobilization;export good;physical connection;transport facilitation;regulatory environment;data requirement;trade restriction;social integration;quantitative assessment;improved connectivity;eliminating barriers;domestic product;enhancing competitiveness;economic interdependence;applicable law;subsidiary right;transaction cost;physical development;negative effect;output measures;national gdp;physical asset;air flow;exporting country;causal relationship;Indicator Results;

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Marcelo Gordillo,Darwin

East Asia and Pacific - Enhancing ASEAN connectivity monitoring and evaluation (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/119821468023689664/East-Asia-and-Pacific-Enhancing-ASEAN-connectivity-monitoring-and-evaluation