This brief outlines the key challenges that micro, small, and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs) in India face and provides recommendations for policy reform and institutional support.
This brief offers policy recommendations for streamlining and digitizing port logistics and operations in India based on findings of a study conducted on the Jawaharlal Nehru and Vishakhapatnam ports.
This paper explores how global value chains (GVCs) can aid India’s development outcomes across primary, manufacturing, and services sectors, drawing from the Asian Development Bank’s Multiregional Input–Output Database.
This publication discusses the potential of multimodal logistics parks (MMLPs) to support supply chains in India. It also presents findings of studies on the feasibility of MMLPs in Bengaluru and Guwahati.
This brief provides an overview of the Industrial Park Rating System (IPRS) as a tool to evaluate and support industrial development in India.
This brief presents the results of a study on how infrastructure investment and development can increase per capita income, promote job creation, and reduce poverty in Uttar Pradesh by 2032–2033.
India's first coastal economic corridor can help unify the country's domestic market, integrate its economy with Asia's global value chains, and support the Made in India initiative to spur manufacturing.
While Bhutan’s economic growth over the past 3 decades has averaged more than a remarkable 7.9% per annum, its growth has simultaneously been highly volatile.
This study looks at significant shock and volatility spillovers from mature bond markets into select emerging Asian local currency bond markets.