We take a fresh look at how much Asia should invest in infrastructure development.
We analyze the results of our December survey as ADB lending in 2016 reached $31.5 billion in 2016.
Two senior ADB officials discuss #RoadTo2030 from Frankfurt, Germany, and Stockholm, Sweden.
ADB is working on a new strategy leading up to 2030 to build on Strategy 2020. The process of preparing the document through consultations is as important as the strategy itself.
Our experience in the PRC, India and Indonesia demonstrates there are six key issues to bear in mind on what kind of infrastructure we build, and how we finance and build it.
Development jargon is becoming mainstream, reflecting the evolution of language as well as cultural and social norms.
Challenges are huge, but ADB-supported projects—especially in infrastructure—are helping make progress toward building a more prosperous PNG.
The inclusion of an Argentine bank in ADB's Trade Finance Program is an important step toward realizing the potential for trade between Asia and Latin America.
We hope to restore school enrollment rates, return household incomes to pre-quake levels, and teach village development committees how to cope with disaster risks.
If done well, evaluations can also bring a certain degree of objectivity to decision-making in development programs. Here are 3 ways in which evaluation results make a difference.