This brief examines economic and investment activities between Mongolia and the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region (IMAR) of the People’s Republic of China to determine the impact and potential benefits of a border investment program.
The male–female wage gap is a persistent global phenomenon. As the wage gap may discourage women from investing in human capital or participating in the labor market, understanding its root cause is important.
05 Aug 2016 | Papers and Briefs | Economics Working Papers
This paper estimates a household saving rate equation for India and the Republic of Korea using long-term time series data for 1975 to 2010, focusing in particular on the impact of the premarital sex ratio on the household saving rate.
Jonathan Walters, an economist and senior advisor for the infrastructure consulting firm Castalia and Akiko Terada-Hagiwara, an ADB Principal Economist, who both write extensively on energy transition in climate change in Asia and the Pacific, answer questions on how to work through the issues to
Making it easier for people and goods to cross borders has been clearly shown to provide widespread economic benefits. But countries on both sides need to be prepared to take advantage of the new opportunities created.