Publication

CDRI has a deserved reputation for expert analyses of economic and development issues, impact-driven quality policy research, and professional development. It is important that CDRI publications reflect these high standards. They should also convey respect for local knowledge and culture, offer clear and balanced analysis of complex issues, and contribute to the formulation of sustainable development policies.

The Publishing Unit exists to support and expand the publishing capabilities of CDRI. It is responsible for preparing material for publication including editing, design and layout, translation and printing and/or uploading. It also serves to expand the scope of CDRI publications to meet the needs of various audiences and to develop a marketing plan to ensure that CDRI publications reach those audiences.

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Environment

Exploring Climate Change Vulnerability and Adaptation in the Tonle Sap: A Tale of Three Catchments

Sam Sreymom. “Exploring Climate Change Vulnerability and Adaptation in the Tonle Sap: A Tale of Three Catchments.” Cambodia Development Review 19 (2016): 5-12.

- December , 2016

Environment

Climate Change, Governance and Good Practices for Subnational Institutions and Local People

Sam Sreymom. Climate Change, Governance and Good Practices for Subnational Institutions and Local People. Phnom Penh: CDRI, 2016. (Published in Khmer only)

- December , 2016

Agriculture

Cambodia Macroeconomic Impacts of Public Consumption on Education – A Computable General Equilibrium Approach

2016. “Cambodia Macroeconomic Impacts of Public Consumption on Education – A Computable General Equilibrium Approach.” Partnership for Economic Policy (with Sokcheng Sim and Pirom Khiev). 2016. “An Empirical Analysis of Factors Determining Choices between Different Subcategories of Off-Farm Activities in Rural Cambodia.” Cambodia Development Review 20(1): 1-7 (with Sim Sokcheng, Vuthy Theng and Pirom Khiev ).

Author: - December , 2016

Education

Balancing Social and Entrepreneurial Values: NGOs Embracing Social Entrepreneurship

In their search to become more financially self-reliant development NGOs are experimenting with social entrepreneurship. Many are doing this to strengthen their financial situation, but social entrepreneurship can do much more and opens up new ways to help poor communities. However, NGOs embracing social entrepreneurship face risks of being diverted from their missions and excluding intended beneficiaries. Non-governmental development organizations are searching for new models to enable th ...

Author: - December , 2016

Education

ASEAN 2030: Growing Together for Economic Prosperity – the Challenges Cambodia Background Paper

Despite its characterisation in international development literature as a “post-conflict, aid-dependent, least developed country”, over the past two decades Cambodia has experienced sustained peace and stability, high levels of growth and remarkable socio-economic development. This background paper analyses Cambodia’s current economic and development conditions, defines a positive scenario for the country in 2030 and identifies the factors that will determine whether this scenario can be ach ...

Author: - December , 2016