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Dipinder S Randhawa is an Adjunct Senior Fellow at the S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies, Nanyang Technological University. His research interests are in the areas of Development Economics, Finance and Banking, Policy formulation and analysis, technologies of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, and the economic consequences of the pandemic. Earlier Dipinder held research positions at the Institute of South Asian Studies and the Risk Management Institute. He has taught at Syracuse University and the National University of Singapore and held visiting appointments at Universities in China and Thailand. Dipinder received PhD from the Whitman School at Syracuse University.
Lessons from the COVID-19 for Developing a Resilient ASEAN
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China's Central Bank Digital Currency: Implications for ASEAN
30 December, 2020
Global Health Security COVID-19 and Its Impacts - Towards Post-Pandemic Recovery: ASEAN’s Three Priorities
24 February, 2022
RCEP: Turning Point for ASEAN?
24 November, 2021
The Global Minimum Tax: A Transformational Proposal?
21 April, 2021
Finally a Director-General: WTO at the Crossroads
17 February, 2021
China’s Central Bank Digital Currency: What It Means for ASEAN
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Nobel Peace Prize 2020: Securing Food and Preventing Hunger
13 October, 2020
Last updated on 27/05/2022