Bold action is required by policymakers and central bankers to keep the region’s economies afloat and contain the pandemic.
Governments in Asia and the Pacific must think about two things when restarting their economies: when to do it and how.
The pandemic has highlighted the shortcomings of the globalized supply chain model.
The right policies can bring a new golden age of innovation for developing countries in Asia.
As Asia and the Pacific emerges from the pandemic, companies must embrace principle as well as profit.
Currency-linked bonds are simple but powerful instruments that fortify economies and can efficiently finance development projects.
Four elements of the poverty reduction strategy of the People’s Republic of China stand out as examples for others to follow.
The threat of automation taking away jobs due to new and emerging technologies has faded from public discussion lately, but COVID-19 might be speeding up the process in an ‘organic way.’