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This briefing note provides a brief overview of the work undertaken by ADB and other agencies, their approaches and methodologies, as well as the scope and coverage of work that needs to be taken up in the future.
This brieifng notes presents how the efficiency of banks affects the financial system and the entire economy.
This briefing note discusses the feasibilty of creating mortgage-backed securities (MBSs) markets in eight developing member countries (DMCs).
This briefing note aims to highlights some of the data and measurement issues that the Bank will have to consider in formulating and implementing its poverty reduction strategy.
This briefing note critically reviews methodologies available for income estimation together with empirical estimates and reommends an appropriate method that will produce realistic and internationally comparable estimates.
This briefing note derives from a study that assesses the social impact of the crisis, based on data drawn from available recent surveys, and supplimented by primary onformation gathered from loval commucities and households using participatory methods
Economies that suffered major economic reversals have identified weaknesses in corporate governance as a princial cause of the crisis.
This briefing note describes some common characteristics of corporate governance systems in East Asia and to discuss some of their implications to institutional and policy reforms.
This briefing note shows as the regions's economies began to stabilize during 1998, the full impact of the crisis on corporate and banking sectors became apparent.
This briefing note argues that there are may dimensions to openness and that for the purpose of policy, it is critical to distinguish between openness to trade, labor movement, and direct investment on the one hand, and openness to financial flows on the other hand.