To go beyond infrastructure, we must empower people.
Asian cities act as engines of economic growth, providing jobs, expertise, and the sharing of resources. But in some cases, these powerful engines are sputtering due to insufficient infrastructure, inadequate planning, and poor governance.
Data-driven decision making can be a powerful tool in the world of international development but it requires careful planning and management.
It's time to come up with a better way than the GFCF (GG) indicator to measure public infrastructure investment.
Punjab recently established Pakistan’s first special court for GBV cases after its judges received ADB training to give women more access to justice.
A truly intraregional South Asian economic vision linking India and Pakistan is a win-win to unleash the region’s vast economic potential.
The progress of digitization in trade is being driven by the objective of cost reduction – not inclusion.
The transmission channels of perishables like fruits and vegetables from producers to consumers in developing countries need a revamp to provide benefits to all involved.
State-owned enterprises, including power utilities, in many countries have collected a menagerie of assets unrelated to their core business. And they are selling cheap.
Asia and the Pacific is not where it needs to be to meet the Sustainable Development Goals but there remains a decade to make up for lost time.