This is a selection of resources on technology and innovation in ASEAN countries available from the NLB catalogue or the Internet and is not meant to be an exhaustive list. If you know of or come across more useful resources, please drop us a note so that we can share them with our readers.
NLB print and digital resources
Innovation systems in Southeast Asia
This book is a collection of papers examining the national innovation systems in six ASEAN countries so as to understand the role of innovation and innovation policy. The papers also seek to link the national innovation system in their respective countries to their economic performance and demonstrate how innovation can contribute to social inclusion and environmental sustainability.
All rights reserved, Bangkok: Chulalongkorn University Press, 2013
The entrepreneurial rise in Southeast Asia: The quadruple helix influence on technological innovation
This book is a collection of articles that examines entrepreneurship, technology management, innovation management and innovation policy in Southeast Asia. Through these articles, scholars, entrepreneurs and policy makers can assess for themselves the different technology, innovation and entrepreneurial maturity levels of the Southeast Asian countries.
All rights reserved, New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2015
ICT and economic development: Comparing ASEAN member states
Does information and communication technology (ICT) development benefit a developed country more than a less developed one? This and other issues such as the size and structure of the ICT sector as well as the intensity of ICT utilisation on a country’s economy are examined by the author through a comparative analysis using the examples of four ASEAN member states namely Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand.
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ASEAN 4.0: What does the Fourth Industrial Revolution mean for regional economic integration?
This report discusses the impact of the fourth industrial revolution which refers to highly disruptive technologies like artificial intelligence, robotics, blockchain and 3D printing on ASEAN countries particularly the benefits and challenges that these technologies will bring and the new approach to policy and governance that ASEAN will need to help it navigate these technologies.
Bridging the gap through digital literacy
In this Asia Vision Series interview, Dr Astrid S. Tuminez examines why digital literacy is critical for individuals to stay relevant in this digital age. She also shared how countries like Malaysia and Vietnam are helping their youths to succeed by giving them digital literacy and skills training.
How Southeast Asia is keeping pace with AI
In this article, Ai Lei Tao looks at the current state of artificial intelligence (AI) technology usage in Southeast Asia and the challenges faced in the wider adoption of AI.
The ASEAN digital revolution
AT Kearney, a leading consulting firm, looks at the opportunities for ASEAN as a region to leapfrog into the top five digital economy in 2025, the barriers faced and measures that policy makers could consider to address these challenges.
Spotlight on: Stimulating innovation in Southeast Asia
This report presents the results of a study on the variety of innovation support policies, programmes and instruments available in selected Southeast Asian countries. The first part of the report provides a regional overview followed by country specific chapters. The countries covered are Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam.
Innovation in Southeast Asia
This OECD review highlights the recent economic development specifically innovation in Southeast Asia and provides an assessment of the region’s current capacity and dynamics in science, technology and innovation. The review also provides a set of profiles of the national innovation systems of each Southeast Asian country.
Why youth will determine ASEAN’s success in the digital revolution
In this article, Michael Zipf discusses the efforts made to help equip the young people in ASEAN with the skills they need to meet the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals which were announced in 2015.
Harnessing digitization to power up governance in ASEAN
Claus Andresen shares his opinions on what digitisation could do to solve problems and accelerate growth for countries, such as Vietnam, Indonesia and Singapore.