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This document highlights ADB's work in the education sector.
This publication presents the impacts of cofinanced projects of Agence Française de Développement and Asian Development Bank in Viet Nam.
The Framework of Inclusive Growth Indicators 2014 is the fourth edition of the special supplement of the Key Indicators for Asia and the Pacific. The framework is composed of 35 indicators used as measures of income and nonincome outcomes of inclusive growth; the processes and inputs that are important to improve access to opportunities, social inclusion, social safety nets; and good governance and institutions.
This paper documents the effects of district education policies on student learning in Indonesian primary schools.
This book provides readers with a comprehensive and consistent treatment of policy in the higher education and media services sector across a range of Asian economies little studied in the existing literature.
Emerging economies can draw on game-changing technology trends and other developments to move faster toward the global knowledge frontier.
This paper investigates the role that education plays in helping countries develop comparative advantage in new products.
This report is a summary of the major policy issues raised at discussions at the Third Roundtable on Labor Migration.
This publication synthesizes country reviews of technical and vocational education and training in Bangladesh, Bhutan, the Maldives, Nepal, and Sri Lanka.
This report identifies priorities in TVET and higher education in South Asia on how to meet the emerging needs for skilling a large number of young people to turn them into a productive and competitive force in labor markets.