Wednesday, 25 January 2017
About Penang Institute
Board of Directors
Economics Studies - Projects
Oil Price 2015
History Studies - Projects
Nusantara Studies - Projects
Political & Social Analysis
Political & Social Analysis - Projects
Malapportionment in the 2015 – 2016 Redelineation Exercises
Urban Studies - Projects
Urban Studies - Papers & Articles
Penang Institute in Kuala Lumpur
Private Higher Education in Malaysia – Avoiding a Hidden Crisis?
The SUNWAY Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) Line: Lessons for The Future
Reforming Higher Education: Scholarship Or Vocationalism?
Malaysia’s Labour Market and Job Creation under the Economic Transformation Programme (2011-2015)
Malaysia Boys "Missing from Public Universities"
Homelessness in Our Cities
Higher Order Thinking Skills - Cultivating Creative Thinking, Creativity, Communication and Collaboration through Malaysian schools.
The sustainability of the PTPTN Loan Scheme
In Penang Monthly
Serambi Penang Institute
From CEO's Desk
Penang Institute in the News
Press Statement - Islam Liberalism and Illuminati
Media Statement on the sustainability of the PTPTN loan scheme
Media Statement - CDDC vs VTC anti-drug policy
Media Statement - Deputy Minister Tajuddin’s unpunished sexist remarks in parliament illustrate the challenges of increasing women’s participation in politics
Media Statement - Health Budget 2017 Part 2
Media Statement - Health Budget 2017 Part 1
Media Statement - Fresh policy strategies needed to remedy skills deficits in school leavers
Press Statement - Budget 2017
Press Statement - Penang's GDP per capita growth
Press Statement - Jobs and the Labour Market under the ETP
Press Release - PARK(ing) Day - Reclaiming urban space, one space at a time
Press Release - Penang in the World Conference 6th August 2016 at 10.00am
Press Statement - Inaugural Penang in the World Conference 6-7 August 2016
Press Statement - Penang's economy: GDP Growth Rates and 2016 Projection
Press Statement - Brexit: Impact on Penang and Malaysia
Graduates face a long-haul to recover study costs
Malaysian boys "missing" from public universities
United Nations' report reaffirms Penang Institute's findings
Budget 2016 Recalibration
Press Statement - Winners and Losers from the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement
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