New Book Assesses Demographic Transition’s Grip on Sustainable Development in Asia, Europe
The new ADBI Press book Demographic Transition and Its Impacts in Asia and Europe examines the sectoral and social effects of accelerating population aging in Asia and Europe and its implications for sustainable development across these regions moving forward. Coedited by ADBI’s Pitchaya Sirivunnabood and Naohiro Ogawa, and other experts, it offers timely policy insights on navigating demographic challenges in developed and emerging economies. It also details strategies for advancing resilient and sustainable development amid population aging and demographic structure changes. Download the book, view the summary video, and register for the launch webinar.
Series Coeditors, Book Authors Explore Asia’s Post-Pandemic Sustainable Recovery Options
ADBI Series on Asian and Pacific Sustainable Development Coeditors ADBI Dean Tetsushi Sonobe and Yale University professor Rohini Pande helped to launch its inaugural book, COVID-19 Impacts and Policy Options: An Asian Perspective, during a webinar on 14 October. Dean Sonobe said the book underscores the deepened importance of evidence-based policy solutions for advancing inclusion and sustainability after the pandemic. Professor Pande added that it provides timely insights on driving Asia’s return to growth based on enhanced social protection, redistribution, and climate mitigation. The book’s coeditors and contributors went on to assess COVID-19’s implications for Asia’s economy and onward policy development. View the webinar recording.
Inaugural ADBI Series Book Assesses COVID-19 Economic Recovery Next Steps
The newly published inaugural book in the ADBI Series on Asian and Pacific Sustainable Development provides crucial insights into the economic effects and policy implications of the COVID-19 pandemic in the region. COVID-19 Impacts and Policy Options: An Asian Perspective describes the pandemic’s macroeconomic impacts and disproportionately negative economic effects on the region’s low-income households and small firms, particularly in less-developed countries. It also examines COVID-19’s implications for longer-term structural changes in the region’s economy and its key post-pandemic recovery needs. View the summary video and register for the launch webinar.
ADBI Dean Urges Greater Research Support for G20 Sustainable Recovery Efforts
The Group of 20’s (G20) role in advancing COVID-19 recovery and globalization solutions was explored during the 13th Annual International G20 Conference cohosted by the Indian Council for Research on International Economic Relations, ADBI, and partners on 6-8 October. ADBI Dean Tetsushi Sonobe called on think tanks to focus more on providing evidence-based policy guidance that could be trusted by the global community and help bolster sustainable and inclusive growth. India’s Finance and Corporate Affairs Minister Nirmala Sitharaman and G20 Sherpa Piyush Goyal also outlined the country’s G20 2023 presidency roadmap.
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- How can the private sector help solve the sanitation challenge?
- Lessons for the informal sector from COVID-19
- Green bonds show promise for financing energy-efficient buildings in Southeast Asia
- Rebooting food systems to achieve the unfinished agenda of global food security
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- Kazakhstan and the Kyrgyz Republic need more than energy access to promote clean fuels
- ADBI-University of Cambridge Online Course on Fintech & Regulatory Innovation
- ADBI-Bank Indonesia-APAEA Joint Workshop on Monetary Policy, Banking and Finance, and Central Banking
- Book Launch: Demographic Transition and Its Impacts in Asia and Europe
- ADBI-KIPO-USPTO Workshop on Patents for Innovation
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- Web Development Consultant
- Research Associate (Full-Time/Part-Time)
- Requests for Expressions of Interest: Surveys of COVID-19 Impacts on Households in South Asian Countries
- (Senior) Capacity Building and Training Economist/Specialist
- Call for Research Proposals: Assessing What Works to Improve the Quality of Basic Education in Southeast Asia
COVID-19 Impacts and Policy Options: An Asian Perspective
COVID-19 economic recovery can be advanced by greater efforts to boost longer-term resilience and sustainability in Asia and the Pacific.
Demographic Transition and Its Impacts in Asia and Europe
Demography is a principal driving force for economic growth and social development.
Frontiers in High-Speed Rail Development
High-speed rail development has been recognized as an important policy tool for regional development around the world but faces a range of challenges in its execution.
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- Global Solutions Summit 2021 Keynote Remarks by ADBI Dean Tetsushi Sonobe
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