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.
THE CHALLENGES OF CORPORATE GOVERNANCE IN THE FINANCIAL SERVICES SECTOR 
6 August 2014 (Wednesday)
Reckless risk taking and poor underwriting in the pursuit of short-term profits caused the Global Financial Crisis (GFC). They were made possible by a failure of...
COMPETITION LAW AS REGULATION -
WHAT SHOULD BUSINESSPEOPLE, ECONOMISTS, JUDGES AND LAWYERS KNOW?
 
12 August 2014 (Tuesday)
Economic regulation consists of legislatively and administratively determined rules that are designed to guide and to curb business misconduct...
COMPETITION LAW - INTRODUCTION & THE PRACTICAL 
26 August 2014 (Tuesday)
Since the Competition Act 2010 came into force in January 2012 it has attracted the attention of various quarters. The
significance of the Act goes without saying...
ABUSE OF DOMINANT POSITION - THE LAW & PRACTICE 
23 September 2014 (Tuesday)
Abuse of dominant position is one significant yet complicated and highly technical area in competition law where law, economics and policy meet in one place....
       
 
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.