Governance and Public Management
In the Spotlight
Evaluating and Monitoring Anticorruption Reforms and Programs: Reports on a High-Level Panel Discussion and Training Workshop
This event formulated concrete recommendations on how to improve corruption risk mitigation measures in Asia and the Pacific. Read the report.
An integrated national identification (ID) system offers a means to fast-track the development process by providing the most efficient way to identify people in developing countries.
The budget is the government’s most powerful tool to tackle economic and social challenges and pursue desired policy goals. What a government proposes in its budget could change lives, particularly for the poor and marginalized who rely heavily on public services to meet their basic needs.
With public sector management (PSM) investments totalling $16.8 billion over the last decade, ADB is a major financier and partner for countries in Asia and the Pacific to advance PSM reforms and broader institutional development. This paper positions ADB to refocus its approach to supporting public sector management and institutional performance in developing member countries.
Good governance is critical for development. The lack of it hinders the delivery of public services, promotes corruption, and inhibits economic development.
ADB promotes good governance processes and practices for inclusive, participatory, and sustainable development in Asia and the Pacific.