Subnational Economic Research Program(SERP) promotes democratic governance principles in Myanmar through approaching data-driven research and advocacy. It attempts to innovate research and engage in wide-ranging collaboration with government and non-government agencies. Under the program operation, the organization research and advocacy on empowering sub-national economic development and on strengthening Economic Governance, Transparency and Accountability, and Open Government.
The Program aims to emphasize studying Myanmar Economy in terms of seven states and seven regions separately and in comparison for the prospects of resource allocation, the efficiency of subnational economies, equity of opportunities, and well-being of the people in seven states and seven regions. The main product of this theme is “States and Regions Economic Report (Yearly)”. Upcoming research papers and reports on specific themes and/or on specific states (or) regions can be published occasionally. In several thematic areas, an important consideration is not decentralization but a division of powers.https://www.inyaeconomics.org/srer-series/
Online Economics Studies Program is one of the SERP Program. This program intended to study intermediate-level Economics in 3 months. The main subjects to be studied will be Macroeconomics, Microeconomics, Econometrics, Development Economics, Public Finance, and Fiscal Federalism, Behaviour Economics, and the Economic History of Myanmar.