The COVID-19 pandemic has created opportunities for a fairer, more robust and more efficient tax revenue and spending system.
Blog posts on "Governance and public management"
Gem Lao-Araya is country director of ADB’s Kyrgyz Republic Resident Mission. She is the former country director for the Bhutan Resident Mission. Ms. Lao-Araya has more than 24 years of experience working in the Asia-Pacific development sector.
Matt is an economist who has worked at ADB for 8 years. He specializes in public financial management issues and private sector development. Prior to working for ADB, he lived in Solomon Islands and worked for the Ministry of Finance and Treasury.
On the Road to a Speedy Economic Recovery: A Broad-Based Tax System is Key to Solomon Islands’ Pandemic Response
A more sustainable revenue base for the Pacific Island nation could better manage changing economic conditions and the impact of shocks such as COVID-19.
To respond to the challenges of the pandemic and deliver services effectively, a professional civil service needs to build the values, culture and skills required to respond to complex demands and challenges.
At the local level, public services have gone digital in Indonesia as the pandemic forces government offices to restrict access to them.
State-owned enterprises supply energy, transport, and water to millions in Asia and the world. Managing them better will help consumers and governments alike.
Hanif specializes in issues of public finance and public sector governance reform. He currently leads programs and technical assistance support to developing member countries in areas on fiscal governance and sustainability of infrastructure investments.
Emma is responsible for providing strategic advice and investment operations in the social sectors and public sector management across the 14 Pacific developing member countries of ADB. She also leads the Pacific Department’s economics team.
Ba chiến lược mấu chốt để Việt Nam có thể đạt được các mục tiêu phát triển đầy tham vọng trong những năm tới.