Putrajaya should undertake a “mission-oriented” industrial policy to create new jobs in the medium to long term amid a gloomy economic backdrop.
Malaysia needs bold socioeconomic policies to kickstart economic recovery and to realign economic priorities towards more sustainable and resilient forms of work.
Penang Institute’s Datuk Dr. Ooi Kee Beng reminded us at The Great Reset book launch that history shows the pivotal role youth play in leading change. The older generation may talk about reforms but when push comes to shove, they would usually take the route they were most comfortable with.
Kordinator Penyelidik REFSA, Fakhrurrazi M. Rashid berkongsi pandangan di Aliran tentang peranan Yang Di-Pertua Dewan Rakyat mempertahankan kedaulatan parlimen. Kredibiliti Speaker Dewan Rakyat akan menentukan hala tuju parlimen Malaysia sama ada ke arah yang baik atau sebaliknya.
Our Visiting Fellow Hafiz Noor Shams in a jointly organized webinar with IRDP Malaysia highlights that the growth rate of high paying jobs has not kept up with population growth.
Reclassify Gig Economy workers as ‘independent employees’ and provide them with a regulatory framework
A regulatory framework is essential as it will provide social benefits that the gig economy workers currently lack.
REFSA Brief 6 highlights the plight faced by low-income Malaysians, whose struggles have only been worsened by the coronavirus pandemic and the resulting economic crisis.
Our Executive Director Tan E Hun focused on the concept of “Build Back Better” and ways to build a resilience economy.