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Professor of Development Economics, and Head of the Southeast Asia cluster of the Global Labor Organization

M Niaz Asadullah is Professor of Development Economics at Monash University Malaysia, Visiting Professorial Fellow at the Global Development Institute, University of Manchester and Head of the Southeast Asia cluster of the Global Labor Organization.
His research interests include development economics, economics of education and labor economics.

 

M Niaz Asadullah est professeur d'économie du développement à l'université Monash de Malaisie, professeur invité au Global Development Institute de l'université de Manchester et chef du groupe Asie du Sud-Est de l'Organisation mondiale du travail.
Ses recherches portent notamment sur l’économie du développement, l’économie de l’éducation et l’économie du travail.

 

M Niaz Asadullah es Profesor de Economía del Desarrollo en  la  Universidad de Monash Malasia, Profesor Visitante en el Instituto de Desarrollo Global de la Universidad de Manchester y Jefe del grupo del Sudeste Asiático de la Organización Mundial del Trabajo.
Sus intereses de investigación incluyen la economía del desarrollo, la economía de la educación y la economía laboral.

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