A new investment approach detailed by ADBI Dean and T20 Japan Chair Naoyuki Yoshino at the World Conference of Transport Research in Mumbai on 30 May 2019 could revolutionize infrastructure development. Dean Yoshino explained to 1,500 senior policymakers, private sector representatives and researchers from 65 countries at the event that raising the rate of return on infrastructure investment is pivotal. Channeling taxes drawn from the positive “spillover” effects of transport infrastructure could encourage domestic and international investors to fund more projects, he said.
ADBI Think20 (T20) policy experts detailed innovative ways to lift economic participation and development at the International G20 Conference on Global Cooperation for Inclusive Growth in New Delhi on 30-31 May 2019. ADBI Dean and T20 Japan Chair Naoyuki Yoshino discussed climate financing while ADBI Deputy Dean Chul Ju Kim described keys to mitigating population aging and ADBI Research Economist Bihong Huang examined fintech literacy strategies. The T20 associated event was co-organized by ADBI, the Indian Council for Research on International Economic Relations, the Ford Foundation, and IMF.
Japan Prime Minister Shinzo Abe met with T20 Japan Chair and ADBI Dean Naoyuki Yoshino and T20 Japan Supporting Co-Chairs in Tokyo on 30 May 2019 to discuss the newly issued T20 Communique. Dean Yoshino will represent the T20 during the G20 Leaders’ Summit in Osaka to spotlight the communique’s cutting-edge policy recommendations.
The Think20 (T20), the G20's research and policy advice network chaired by ADBI under Japan's G20 presidency, issued the T20 Japan Communique during the T20 Summit in Tokyo on 26-27 May 2019. The communique details innovative policy recommendations for consideration during the G20 Leaders' summit in Osaka. The aim is to equip G20 countries to seek a sustainable, inclusive, and resilient society.
This compilation of innovative education policy proposals from the Think20 (T20), the G20’s advisory network chaired by ADBI under Japan’s G20 presidency, details how G20 countries can better equip people for the digitally driven job market and improve income equality, living standards, and sustainable economic growth.
- Tackling the challenge of growing inequality in Asia
- Fintech adaptation can bridge Asia’s SME financing divide
- Greater partnerships for the effective management of labor migration in Asia
- A step forward in attracting private sector financing for infrastructure projects
Principles of Infrastructure: Case Studies and Best Practices
Infrastructure is a priority around the world for all stakeholders.
Realizing Education for All in the Digital Age
Education is a key driver for sustainable and inclusive development.
Fintech for Asian SMEs
To enhance productivity and ensure sustainable growth in Asia, it is vital to provide smooth financing to SMEs.
- Peter Morgan, Senior Consulting Economist and Vice Chair of Research, on Driving Policy Innovation
- Nella Hendriyetty, Senior Capacity Building and Training Economist, on Boosting Asian Economies
- Nanum Jeon, Research Associate, on Supporting Capacity Building Programs and Her Career Future
- ADB President Nakao on the Future of Asia’s Growth Story
- T20 Japan tackles the G20’s demographic dividend reversal
- T20 Japan policy innovations detail keys to digital disruption-ready labor and education
- PPPs and GIBs can be used to effectively finance low-carbon infrastructure to fight climate change
- T20 Japan think tanks boost the impact of the G20