Asian Development Review - Volume 24, Number 2

Publication | December 2007

This issue covers inequality and inclusive growth in Asia; new global poverty counts; interrelationship between growth, inequality, and poverty in Asia; integration sectors in ASEAN; and economic growth and poverty reduction in Kazakhstan.

It presents papers on inequality and the imperative for inclusive growth in Asia; the new global poverty counts based on the food requirement that ensures adequate calorie intake for the world’s poorest; the relationships between growth, inequality, and poverty for 17 Asian countries; supply-side implications and options for ASEAN's 12 priority integration sectors; and economic growth and poverty reduction in Kazakhstan.

About the Asian Development Review

The Asian Development Review is the professional journal of ADB that aims to disseminate the results of economic and development research carried out by ADB staff and resource persons. The Review stresses policy and operational relevance of development issues rather than the technical aspects of economics and other social sciences. Articles are intended for readership among economists and social scientists in government, private sector, academia, and international organizations.


  • Inequality and the Imperative for Inclusive Growth in Asia - Ifzal Ali
  • New Global Poverty Counts - Nanak Kakwani
  • Interrelationship between Growth, Inequality, and Poverty: The Asian Experience - Hyun Son
  • Priority Integration Sectors in ASEAN: Supply-Side Implications and Options - Thitapha Wattanapruttipaisan
  • Economic Growth and Poverty Reduction: Evidence From Kazakhstan - Pradeep Agrawal

Additional Details

  • Economics
  • Industry and trade
  • Poverty
  • Brunei Darussalam
  • Cambodia
  • Indonesia
  • Kazakhstan
  • Lao People's Democratic Republic
  • Malaysia
  • Myanmar
  • Philippines
  • Singapore
  • Thailand
  • Viet Nam
  • 042008
  • 0116-1105 (Print)


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