Rajah Rasiah

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  • New York, Geneva, Diana Barrowclough, Harnik Deol, Persephone Economou, Torbjörn Fredriksson +116 others
  • 2005
Note As the focal point in the United Nations system for investment and technology, and building on 30 years of experience in these areas, UNCTAD, through its Division on Investment, Technology and Enterprise Development (DITE), promotes the understanding, and helps build consensus, on matters related to foreign direct investment (FDI), transfer of(More)
This paper seeks to examine the drivers of R&D collaboration between firms and universities and research institutes using a sample of automotive, biotechnology and electronics firms from Malaysia. The Probit regression results indicate that R&D intensity, openness to R&D as measured by partner diversity, access to wider range of channels of information, and(More)
BACKGROUND Cardiovascular disease (CVD) related deaths is not only the prime cause of mortality in the world, it has also continued to increase in the low and middle income countries. Hence, this study examines the relationship between CVD risk factors and socioeconomic variables in Malaysia, which is a rapidly growing middle income nation undergoing(More)
The growing shortage in human organs has raised serious concerns. To address this problem, we examine in this article the association between demographic and socioeconomic factors, and respondents' willingness to donate cadaveric organs using a large survey of Malaysian adults aged 18 years and above.A convenience sampling method was used to extract(More)
This paper seeks to compare the export and technological capabilities generated by foreign and local electronics firms in Malaysia, Philippines and Thailand, and to explain their determinants. FDI has been the key driver of electronics exports in all three economies. While the data available prevented an assessment of the role of FDI in technology diffusion(More)
and two anonymous reviewers for their very helpful comments on this and earlier drafts. I alone am responsible for the errors that remain. 2 Abstract The extent to which countries are able to innovate and progress technologically depends critically on their innovation system. This system interacts in complex and unique ways to further or hinder innovatory(More)
  • Luc Soete, Susan Schneegans, Deniz Eröcal, Baskaran Angathevar, Rajah Rasiah
  • 2016
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  • Dato, Zainal Mahani, Isis Abidin, Malaysia, Rajah Rasiah, Dean +13 others
  • 2009
ISIS Malaysia was set up in 1983 as a nonprofit private company. In essence, ISIS Malaysia is the country's first think tank. Its primary concern is with the study of policy in five central areas of interest. Universiti Malaya is Malaysia's oldest university. It was established in April 1949 in Singapore with the merger of the King Edward VII College of(More)
Rajah Rasiah This paper seeks to examine the importance of ownership in R&D intensities and export ownership in the automotive parts firms in China, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines and Taiwan. Consistent with the portfolio and ownership, location and internationalization theories of foreign direct investment about asset specific advantages, the pooled(More)