ADBI News Releases
New ADBI E-Learning Course Spotlights Demographic Transition OutlookA new tuition-free, certificate-issuing ADBI E-Learning course examines rapid demographic change and its implications for economies and policy making in Asia and the Pacific and beyond, against the backdrop of COVID-19 and rising uncertainty.
ADBI Dean Urges Global Support for Digitalization-Based RecoveryCapitalizing on the accelerating digital transformation of economies in the COVID-19 era will be key to boosting crisis recovery, according to recommendations from ADBI Dean Tetsushi Sonobe.
New Book Explores Growing Central Bank ChallengesA newly published ADBI Press book examines the impact of the increasingly uncertain, innovation-driven global environment on central bank policy making.
New Book Gauges ESG Investment Prospects for Enhancing Asian ResilienceA newly published book from ADBI Press sheds light on the benefits and challenges of environmental, social, and governance (ESG) investment. It offers critical guidance for boosting this emerging financing source and its potential to enhance economic sustainability and resilience in Asia in the face of climate and COVID-19 shocks.
New ADBI E-Learning Green Investments Course Offers Sustainable Recovery GuideA new tuition-free, enhanced certificate-issuing ADBI E-Learning course on green investment instruments and incentives is now available.
ADBI experts led by Dean Tetsushi Sonobe explained how leveraging digital demand could boost COVID-19 controls and productivity during a Global Solutions Dialogue on infrastructure-based pandemic mitigation. Read more.
ADBI experts shared recommendations for mitigating COVID-19 shocks during task force webinars of the Think20 (T20), the G20’s policy advice network. They stressed the importance of actions to ensure smooth demographic transition, financial inclusion, and quality infrastructure growth that supports economic recovery and job creation. Read more.
Against the backdrop of the novel coronavirus situation and elevated financial market concerns, this ADBI E-Learning course taught by ADBI Research Fellow John Beirne explores financial globalization development and systemic risk exposure, the drivers of capital flows in crisis and non-crisis periods, and the role of the global financial cycle. Read more.
ADBI Dean Naoyuki Yoshino said think tanks are increasingly important to next generation policy development in the region during a panel in Tokyo marking the launch of the latest Global Go To Think Tank Index Report. Read more.