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Economics Editorial Political

Scaling the Ladder: Education Technology

In an age of technological disruption, competition ensues. Some race ahead with the latest knowhow, while others lag behind. As technology diffuses into more and more aspects of daily life, gradually replacing traditional tools of imparting knowledge to our young, Denise Tan gives her take on its benefits, its drawbacks and what the region should concentrate on to maximise its accessibility and effectiveness.

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Economics

UK-ASEAN Trade: Which Way Forward?

Post-Brexit, the UK will have to begin negotiating trade terms with Southeast Asia without the EU’s backing. Considering the challenges associated with both bilateralism and multilateralism, how should the UK approach ASEAN?

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Economics Editorial Socio-Cultural

From Four Wheels to Two: Fusion Tech Startups of Southeast Asia

Unicorns are no longer simply mythical creatures. They’re fast-growing, money-making, and technologically advanced. Dive into the world of startups.

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Economics Political Socio-Cultural

Building an ASEAN Identity: Our past, present and future

Can we create a united identity from scratch? Though Southeast Asians currently identify with their nationality more than they do with the region, there is potential for integration.

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Economics Editorial

Islamic Finance and ASEAN

Sharia law prohibits the charging of interest, gambling, speculation and investment. This is how finance works in Islamic banks.

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Economics Editorial Socio-Cultural

ASEAN: A Workplace Like No Other

Disclaimer: Warwick ASEAN Conference would like to clarify that all opinions expressed in this article are the authors’ and editors’ own. BY BILLY CHIA This article aims to put Southeast Asia as a region into perspective, in contrast with Western economies, in terms of work-life balance, personal development and job opportunities. Although it has been […]

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Economics

Addressing the Elephant in the Room: (Un)sustainable Development Practices

Disclaimer: Warwick ASEAN Conference would like to clarify that all opinions expressed in this article are the authors’ and editors’ own. BY WING YAN HUI Following the footsteps of the 4 Asian Tigers, Southeast Asia is now seen as a booming region with remarkable growth potential, nurturing more ‘tiger cubs’ within the region. However, the […]

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Economics Editorial Political

Lessons To Be Learned: What ASEAN Must Draw From The EU Experience

Disclaimer: Warwick ASEAN Conference would like to clarify that all opinions expressed in this article are the authors’ and editors’ own. BY ADRIAN ANG           The European Union and ASEAN are not one in the same thing, nor will they ever be. No evidence suggests that in our lifetimes at least, ASEAN possesses the will […]

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Economics Editorial

Rise the next Asian Tiger: Is Vietnam set to roar?

This article was first published on EConsider. EConsider is the Association of Malaysian Economics Undergraduates (AMEU) Research’s economic newsletter, with the stated aim of bringing economic and academic knowledge to the students. Disclaimer: Warwick ASEAN Conference would like to clarify that all opinions expressed in this article are the authors’ and editors’ own. BY RYAN BW […]

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Economics Editorial Socio-Cultural

Embracing Sharing Economy – What is Missing?

Disclaimer: Warwick ASEAN Conference would like to clarify that all opinions expressed in this article are the authors’ and editors’ own. BY WING YAN HUI In recent years, the ‘sharing economy’ model has grown across the globe, gradually becoming an essential part of our everyday life. It has never been easier to use others’ idle […]