KEO Borin

Former Research Associate (On Study Leave)

Borin joined CDRI as a research associate in 2016 having graduated with a Master by Research in Economics from the School of Economics and Trade, Hunan University. He also holds a Bachelor of Economic Science specializing in economic development from the Royal University of Law and Economics, and a Bachelor of Arts in Business English from Cambodian Mekong University. His previous work experience includes stints as an academic project coordinator and as a monitoring, evaluation and research assistant with NGO. Human capital approach to education related to school enrollment, years of schooling and adult literacy is one of his research interests.

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KEO Borin

International Publications

STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics) education is attracting increasing public interest and policy attention and being promoted at different educational levels in Cambodia. The study seeks to identify factors associated with Cambodian university freshmen’s choice of STEM major and how significant associations differ by gender and un...

This three-year programme is supported by the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) through The Asia Foundation (TAF)’s Ponlok Chomnes Programme: Data and Dialogue for Development in Cambodia. In this programme CDRI aims at strengthening the capacity of knowledge-sector institutions to undertake quality research, informing publi...