Public finance plays an important role in the social and economic development of developed and emerging countries.
Providing safely managed sanitation services for all requires extending the partnership between the public and private sectors.
Asian regional integration is progressing under more complex and diversified considerations than European integration.
A comprehensive control structure for better performance needs a smart evaluation system.
Privatization, deregulation, and decentralization could create a powerful platform not only for the company but for the society as a whole.
Renewable energy could gradually replace nuclear power with capital-use subsidies.
Privatization could improve the performance of public firms.
State-owned enterprises play a key role in the economy of many countries, especially in developing Asia.
While the percentage of women owning an account in Asia and the Pacific increased from 2014 to 2017, the gender gap persists.
Since its establishment in 1997, the Asian Development Bank Institute has led innovative research and capacity building in the Asia and Pacific region.
State-owned enterprises are still significant players in many Asian economies, and their characteristics and competitive advantage as publicly owned enterprises allow them to play critical roles in providing essential public services.
Group of Twenty (G20) countries are being increasingly exposed to the effects of population aging, such as having an older and shrinking labor force with more retirees.
Infrastructure is a priority around the world for all stakeholders.