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Mutual Recognition of Qualifications – Six regulated occupations in the tourism sector of Southeast Asia

Seeking to improve the intraregional mobility of workers in the tourism sector and six regulated occupations, the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) between 2005 and 2014 signed accords meant to speed the mutual recognition of professional and academic qualifications. By jointly setting standardized rules for mutual recognition and renouncing, in part or in full, national discretion to assess foreign qualifications, ASEAN Member States have potentially made it easier for professionals to have their qualifications recognized across the region.

Although these seven Mutual Recognition Arrangements (MRAs) share nearly identical objectives, they diverge significantly in terms of institutional structures, requirements, and procedures. This report compares the different approaches ASEAN Member States have taken to facilitate mutual recognition of qualifications within the region, the factors that shaped each MRA approach, and their tradeoffs and policy implications. The authors also examine how ASEAN can maximize the potential of MRAs to build and utilize human capital in the long term.

This report is one in a series produced through a research partnership between the Asian Development Bank and the Migration Policy Institute. The project aims to improve understanding of the barriers to the free movement of professionals within the ASEAN region and to support the development of strategies to overcome these hurdles.

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Chosen excerpts by Job Market Monitor. Read the whole story at Open Windows, Closed Doors: Mutual Recognition Arrangements on Professional Services in the ASEAN Region | migrationpolicy.org

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