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10 March 2021 ADBI-T20 Italy Agenda for Sparking G20 Breakthroughs, Dealing with COVID-19 Corporate Distress, New ADBI Job Opening

ADBI Dean Tetsushi Sonobe addressed the Think20 (T20) Italy 2021 Inception Conference by detailing ADBI’s plans for advancing timely and impactful global policy research, in conjunction with Italy’s G20 presidency. As part of this effort, ADBI is developing T20 policy briefs for consideration by G20 Leaders ahead of their 30-31 October summit. Read more.

28 January 2021 ADBI-Cambridge University Fintech Agreement, Ministers to Join Post-COVID Infrastructure Dialogue, Research Job Vacancy

ADBI, the Cambridge Centre for Alternative Finance—University of Cambridge Judge Business School, and Cambridge Centre for Advanced Research & Education in Singapore have signed a research agreement to promote digital financial innovation and knowledge-sharing in Asia and the Pacific. Read more.

11 December 2020 New Year COVID-19 Insights and Next Steps for Asian Development, ESG Investment Outlook, Infrastructure Reform

Video is now available of the 2020 ADBI Annual Conference remarks of Asian Development Bank President Masatsugu Asakawa describing priorities to rebuild for a lasting recovery, and renowned economist and former Governor of the Reserve Bank of India, Raghuram Rajan, on dealing with corporate distress, repair, and reallocation. Read more.

30 November 2020 ADBI Annual Conference Curtain Raiser, Behavioral Insights & COVID-19, Managing Asia’s Solid Waste Pile-Up

The annual conference will feature remarks from renowned economist and former Governor of the Reserve Bank of India, Raghuram Rajan, on dealing with COVID-19 induced corporate distress, and Asian Development Bank (ADB) President Masatsugu Asakawa who will discuss ADB’s policy response to COVID-19 and priorities going forward. Read more.

29 October 2020 Climate Change and Sovereign Risk Report, ADBI-ADB-WTO Trade Dialogue, Tokyo Big Data Informs COVID-19 Responses

Climate change could significantly impact sovereign risk and fiscal sustainability in Southeast Asia and other highly climate vulnerable areas, according to a new report by SOAS University of London, ADBI, the World Wildlife Fund for Nature, and 427. Climate Change and Sovereign Risk also offers recommendations for addressing this challenge. Read more.

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