Research and Development Division: Responsibilities

The Research and Development Division is responsible for

  • Studying, analyzing, and researching economic problems, social affairs, and politics which have or are expected to have an impact on people.
  • Organizing academic seminars on relevant research projects.
  • Promoting research and supporting researchers in conducting academic work on economic, social, and political issues, and encouraging their application to practical use.
  • Coordinating research work with other research institutions in the government and private sectors.
  • Compiling research findings to be used as information for the deliberation of Members of the House of Representatives, committees, and for the operation of the Secretariat of the House of Representatives.
  • Studying, reviewing documents, and collecting academic information and research on economic, social, and political issues as requested by Members of the House of Representatives, members of the committees and internal agencies of the Secretariat of the House of Representatives.
  • Providing information and disseminating related research findings through the Parliamentary Radio Broadcasting Station, compiling the research works in book form for public dissemination.
  • Handling secretarial services for the Research Committee.
  • Coordinating and monitoring of research projects.
  • Performing other assigned duties.