Economic Research Publications
Find the latest key economic, financial, and social indicators in Asia and the Pacific. Access to ADB's statistical resources and research publications is free of charge.
The Asia Bond Monitor examines the outlook, risks, and policy options for East Asian local currency bond markets, which enable governments to raise capital to invest in infrastructure. The publication monitors bond markets in the 10 Association of Southeast Asian Nations member countries plus the People's Republic of China; Hong Kong, China; and the Republic of Korea.
The Asian Development Outlook analyzes economic and development issues in developing countries in Asia. This includes forecasting the inflation and gross domestic product growth rates of countries throughout the region, including the People’s Republic of China and India.
The Asian Development Review is a professional journal that presents expertise and analysis on economics, social development, poverty and other issues in Asia and the Pacific.
The Asian Economic Integration Report reviews the progress of Asian governments’ efforts to integrate their economies and improve cooperation on a variety of levels. The Asian Economic Integration Report is produced annually, and continues the work of Asian Economic Integration Monitor starting 2015.
The Basic Statistics publication provides the latest data on 45 countries and economies in Asia and the Pacific. Included are statistics on land, population, national accounts, prices, money, balance of payments, reserves, external debt, and other topics.
The Economics Working Papers series is a forum for stimulating discussion on research and policy studies that deal with economic and development problems facing the Asia and Pacific region.
The Key Indicators for Asia and the Pacific publication presents data regarding the economic, financial, social and environmental situations in a broad range of countries across Asia and the Pacific.
The ADB Working Papers on Regional Economic Integration series focuses on how countries and economies in Asia and the Pacific are working together in the areas of infrastructure and software; trade and investment; money and finance; and regional public goods.
- Aid and Development
- Behavior and Decision Making
- Economics of Climate Change
- Employment and Labor Markets
- Financial Sector Development
- Governance and Institutions
- Growth and Structural Transformation
- Human Capital
- Infrastructure and Software
- International Trade and Finance
- Money and Finance
- Poverty, MDGs and Inclusive Growth
- Project Economic Analysis
- Regional Public Goods
- Social Protection
- Trade and Investment