The South Asian Bureau of Economic Research (SABER) builds on the success of the East Asian Bureau of Economic Research (EABER) in creating a forum for high-quality economic research focusing on issues facing the economies of South Asia and economic interaction between South and East Asia. It comprises representatives from Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Australia. The rapid development of the South Asian economies, the growth of regional and intra-regional trade, financial and other economic interaction, and South Asia's increasing role in the global economy all underline the need for access to a vastly increased range of quality economic analysis on South Asia. SABER, like EABER, is a portal for research on South Asian Economics and houses a collection of research papers from all its member institutes available in the categories at the top of this page. For more information on SABER funding, support and purpose, see About SABER.

EABER-SABER Newsletter

July, 2016
David Dollar
China is unusual in that it is a developing country that has emerged as a major investor. China itself is an important destination for foreign direct investment, and opening to the outside world has been an important part of its reform program since 1978. But China’s policy is to steer FDI to particular sectors.
David Dollar is a Senior Fellow in the John L. Thornton China Center at the Brookings Institution.
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