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The Framework of Inclusive Growth Indicators (FIGI) is a special supplement to the annual flagship statistical data book of the Asian Development Bank (ADB). It provides 35 indicators as measures of income and non-income dimensions of inclusive growth; the processes that improve...
|18 Aug 2014||
Framework of Inclusive Growth Indicators 2014: Key Indicators for Asia and the Pacific Special Supplement
Framework of Inclusive Growth Indicators The Framework of Inclusive Growth Indicators 2014 is the fourth edition of the special supplement of the Key Indicators for Asia and the Pacific. The framework is composed of 35 indicators used as measures of income and nonincome outcomes of...
|18 Feb 2014||
This report is a summary of the major policy issues raised at discussions at the Third Roundtable on Labor Migration. This report is a summary of the major policy issues raised at discussions among experts and practitioners from various international organizations and several Asian countries at the Third Roundtable on...
|11 May 2012||
Tài liệu nghiên cứu này ghi nhận quy mô và tính chất của giáo dục ngoài luồng tại những địa bàn khác nhau trong khu vực. Tại tất cả các khu vực của châu Á, các hộ gia đình đang dành một khoản chi tiêu đáng kể cho học thêm. Việc học thêm có thể góp phần vào những thành tích đạt được của học sinh nhưng đồng thời nó cũng duy...
|7 May 2012||
This study documents the scale and nature of private supplementary tutoring education in different parts of Asia. In all parts of Asia, households devote considerable expenditures to private supplementary tutoring. This tutoring may contribute to students’ achievement, but it also maintains and exacerbates social...
|2 May 2013||
Investing in training and practical education will stimulate and diversify the jobs market in Asia - creating the basis for an expanding middle class. asia pacific skills...
|31 Jul 2007||
PRC, India Lagging in Economic Well Being, Living Standards - Study The People's Republic of China and India - the two economic powerhouses in developing Asia and the Pacific - are lagging in terms of economic well-being and living standards of their population, a new study...
|16 Oct 2006||
Many Asian Countries Falling Short of MDG Targets, Joint Report Says The Asian and Pacific region as a whole is on track to achieve most of the Millennium Development Goals, but progress in many individual countries is slow and performance on some vital targets is unsatisfactory,...
|16 Aug 2006||
Inequality a Major Hurdle to Education, Health MDGs, Says ADB Many countries in Asia and the Pacific will not meet the Millennium Development Goal targets for universal primary enrollment and a two-thirds reduction in child mortality unless governments rapidly intensify efforts to...
|1 Sep 2002||
Promoting Effective Schooling through Education Decentralization in Bangladesh, Indonesia, and Philippines
Economics Working Papers Among developing member countries (DMCs), Indonesia and the Philippines rank fairly high in the distribution of real GDP per capita in PPP dollars while Bangladesh ranks much lower. In terms of aggregate schooling, the Philippines has secondary and tertiary enrollment rates that are...