In the future, many Asian economies may not accumulate huge trade surpluses or foreign financial assets as quickly as now.
Indian trade liberalization has not directly or substantially affected carbon dioxide emissions.
The People’s Republic of China should learn from the experience of other countries as it continues to open up its economy.
Let’s make housing finance accessible to middle- and low-income households that are part of the informal economy.
Removing fossil fuel subsidies in developing Asia is a win-win for the environment and public finances.
The Fed’s rate hike won’t have much impact in emerging Asia, at least in the short term.
Adaptable, flexible job seekers who are always willing to learn more skills will be better equipped to embrace the future, including automation.
Asia’s financial markets are increasingly vulnerable to external shocks. Here are three steps to make its economies more resilient.
Asian policy makers must take proactive steps to turn a nascent upturn into a sustained boom. Missing the opportunity will have enormous costs.
To withstand external shocks and sustain growth, middle-income countries need to get the basics right on manufacturing, currency management, and education.