This paper summarizes and evaluates the progress of regional financial cooperation, particularly the ERPD, the CMI and its subsequent multilateralization (CMIM), and the ASEAN+3 Macroeconomic Research Office (AMRO).
This book addresses how a regional architecture in Asia can induce a supply of regional public goods that can complement and strengthen the distribution of global public goods in the global economic architecture.
30 May 2014 | Papers and Briefs | ADBI Working Papers
Kawai and Pontines find that the US dollar continues to be the dominant anchor currency in the region, while the RMB has taken on increasing importance in the currency baskets of many East Asian economies in recent years.
28 Feb 2014 | Papers and Briefs | ADBI Working Papers
Review of the recent literature on systemic financial risk and a 'macroprudential' approach to surveillance and regulation including relevant lessons for central banks, especially those in Asia's emerging economies.
22 Aug 2012 | Papers and Briefs | ADBI Working Papers
Assessment of the scope of the challenges resulting from the Great East Japan Earthquake and suggestions for a long-term strategy for overcoming them and putting the Japanese economy on a stable growth path.
This issue tackles the behavior of investment and output dynamics in explaining growth cycles in India, the importance of small and medium-sized enterprises in Asia, and the rate of return to formal education in Thailand, among other topics.
This book describes the challenges facing Asian economies in the post-global financial crisis environment and identifies structural issues and policies that can help guide Asian policymakers in the coming years.
This issue covers the trade implications of the Trans-Pacific Partnership on Asian countries, global production sharing and wage premiums in Thai manufacturing, and the trade-off between development and security spending in Afghanistan.
This issue includes an analysis of poverty in India, the effects of foreign investment in Viet Nam, and price differences and inequality in the housing market of the People's Republic of China, among others.
This issue covers topics on state employment and human capital investments in Viet Nam, foreign firms and indigenous technology in the People's Republic of China, rural household assets and income shocks in Pakistan, among others.
This revamped issue of the Asian Development Review covers the link between globalization and economic development, the relocation of low-skill manufacturing jobs, overseas direct investment flows, and economic policy reforms.