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Basic Statistics 2013 contains the statistical indicators for 45 economies in the Asia and the Pacific Region. The publication covers the indicators of the Millennium Development Goals (MDG) such as the proportion of population living below $1.25 (PPP) a day, infant mortality rate, carbon dioxide emissions. It also contains data on basic economic indicators such as the gross domestic product (GDP), inflation rate, trade balance, external debt, fiscal balance, and others.
The report takes stock of progress since 2008 and shows whether ADB met its 2012 targets for delivery of outputs and outcomes, and improving operational and organizational effectiveness. The review found that the development effectiveness review process introduced in 2008 has successfully propagated a results culture across ADB.
This monograph will examine a range of policy, institutional, legal, and regulatory issues relating to reforms that will drive Asia’s economic and social transformation in its quest for a new Factory Asia model.
The 2012 Annual Report of the Board of Directors to the Board of Governors reviews ADB's operations, projects, internal administration, financial management and includes a separate report on the activities of the Special Funds of ADB. The report also contains chapters on regional, sectoral and thematic highlights.
Knowledge Management Directions and Action Plan (2013-2015): Supporting “Finance ++” at the Asian Development Bank
The knowledge management directions and action plan set out in this publication focus on prioritizing and implementing knowledge solutions; enriching the quality of ADB and DMCs’ knowledge capabilities for development effectiveness; advancing ADB’s knowledge assets, information systems, and communications; and empowering and resourcing high-quality knowledge solutions.