Tourism has yet to recover in Asia and the Pacific, but a few green shoots can help us understand how best to heal the sector.
Southeast Asian economies are starting to feel the pinch of trade tensions, recession fears and other global trends.
Government assistance programs, and relaxed insolvency procedures, have helped keep businesses afloat during the pandemic.
Important changes are underway for Southeast Asia’s relationship with its biggest trading partner, the People’s Republic of China.
Here’s why the perception that skilled migration damages the source country is wrong.
As the region emerges from the pandemic, businesses should adopt more flexible approaches to developing talent for digital jobs, while workers must embrace lifelong learning of digital skills.
Public work programs can build much-needed infrastructure while helping lift people out of poverty and shield them from the effects of natural disasters and economic crises
ADB economists Irfan A. Qureshi and Matteo Lanzafame answer questions about the ability of Asia’s economies to bounce back from the pandemic, and how governments should respond to new global economic headwinds.
An ADB economist who specializes in the areas of education, skills development and jobs, answers questions about which jobs are best suited to work-from-home arrangements, based on a recent study in Southeast Asia.