Asian Development Review - Volume 28, Number 1

Publication | June 2011

This issue discusses the political economy of development in the Philippines, the taxation on migration in ASEAN and APEC economies, and market integration in the People's Republic of China, among others.

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It also tackles national IQ and national productivity across Asia; collective action, political parties, and pro-development public policy; and infrastructure and growth in developing Asia

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 seeks high-quality papers with relevance to policy issues and operational matters done in an empirically rigorous way. Articles are intended for readership among economists and social scientists in government, private sector, academia, and international organizations.


  • Taking Institutions Seriously: Rethinking the Political Economy of Development in the Philippines - John V. C. Nye
  • Effects of Taxation on Migration: Some Evidence for the ASEAN and APEC Economies - Edda Claus and Iris Claus
  • National IQ and National Productivity: The Hive Mind Across Asia - Garett Jones
  • Market Integration in the People's Republic of China - Qingqing Chen, Chor-Ching Goh, Bo Sun, and Lixin Colin Xu
  • Collective Action, Political Parties, and Pro-Development Public Policy - Philip Keefer
  • Infrastructure and Growth in Developing Asia - Stéphane Straub and Akiko Terada-Hagiwara

Additional Details

  • Economics
  • Education
  • Finance sector development
  • Governance and public sector management
  • China, People's Republic of
  • Philippines
  • 176
  • JRN113449
  • 978-92-9092-330-5 (Print)
  • 0116-1105 (Print)

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