Malaysian Centre for Regulatory Studies
   
 
 
 
    Research Assistant

 
 
UMCoRS explores the regulatory space through a cross-disciplinary approach, bridging academic rigour with practical insights. Underlying UMCoRS strategic focus is the demand for transformation of stakeholders in working towards understanding key regulatory issues and their implications, including developing strategic responses and solutions.
PROHIBITION OF ANTI-COMPETITIVE AGREEMENTS
8 APRIL 2014

With the finding of an infringement of the Competition Act 2010 against a trade association in the very first year of its coming into force, followed by a proposed...
WORKSHOPS ON PERSONAL DATA PROTECTION
Introduction - 25 & 26 MARCH 2014
Advance - 15 & 16 APRIL 2014

Data protection touches every organization. All staff who deal with personal data – from databases to personnel
records – need to be aware of....
TIME SERIES ECONOMETRICS FOR THE PRACTITIONER (E-VIEWS) 
Time Series Econometrics I (11 & 12 April 2014)
Time Series Econometrics II (18 & 19 April 2014)

Time Series Econometrics has been one of the most productive areas in quantitative economics in recent years.
Along with the progress in theory and...
PANEL DATA ECONOMETRICS (STATA) 
Panel Data Econometrics I (2 & 3 May 2014)
Panel Data Econometrics II (9 & 10 May 2014)

This course provides an introduction to the theory and practice of panel-data analysis. After introducing the
characteristics and nature of panel data...
WORKSHOP ON ECONOMIC REGULATION & REFORM OF ELECTRICITY INDUSTRY 
23 & 24 May 2014

Electricity Network industries around the world have been subject to reform since the late 80s. The thrust of the reform
process has been to increase operational...
       
 
Training is the key towards capacity building and knowledge enhancement for stakeholders ranging from governments, businesses, non profits and academia.
UMCoRS is committed to applying policies and research into meaningful solutions through proactive partnerships with stakeholders.
UMCoRS synthesizes research from a broad range of disciplines in order to encourage cross fertilization across policy domains and academic disciplines.