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This report explains how information and communication technology applications in the Asian Development Bank’s development projects in South Asia helped improve governance in the region while highlighting the key lessons learned from these projects.

This issue features the Western Yunnan Roads Development project in the People's Republic of China (PRC), which was launched to connect the rural, mountainous areas of Western Yunnan to the PRC’s regional centers, as well as to the Greater Mekong Subregion. 

The paper finds that energy efficiency policies in Asia are expected to have a positive impact on private consumption, government expenditures, and investment.

This book studies the key trends in the Asia-Pacific region in terms of disaster incidence, sources of vulnerability and social and economic challenges.

This volume shows that the practice of contract farming has been improving lives in rural areas in various parts of Asia, especially of small-scale farmers who now have assured markets for their produce.

The paper examines the current status and future prospects of the electricity sectors and key policy issues in the People’s Republic of China, India, Japan, and the Republic of Korea.

This edition of Gender and Climate Finance Policy Brief provides an overview of links between gender and climate change and selected climate finance instruments to fund inclusive mitigation action.

This report presents the results and analysis of the Creative Productivity Index (CPI) for a select number of Asian economies.

After 3 years of historic reforms, Myanmar has entered a pivotal stage in its socioeconomic development. This publication examines how to leverage the opportunities and offers solutions to the challenges.

This book marks 10 years of independent evaluation at the Asian Development Bank. It shares the journey to organizational and financial independence of evaluation and the transformation in evaluation approaches to effectively support accountability and learning. The book captures how evaluation is advancing from largely ex post assessments of programs and projects to a varied set of forward-looking and real time tools and innovations in evaluation methods.