ADBI research seeks to identify effective development strategies and improve capacity for sound development management in ADB DMCs. It focuses on medium-term and regional issues with strategic implications for development thinking and policy making.
Selection of research topics for 2013 – 2015: (i) use inputs from stakeholders via a needs survey; (ii) build on previous research projects; and (iii) incorporate feedback from research collaborators.
Inquiries are conducted via the network approach. The ADBI works with a variety of regional and non-regional actors, comprising of both in-house and external researchers.
ADBI's research priorities for 2013-2015 are clustered under four headings:
- projects with crosscutting themes
- inclusive and sustainable growth
- regional cooperation and integration, and
- governance for policies and institutions
For details on ADBI's research program, read the Three-Year Rolling Work Program 2013-2015.
- ASEAN 2030
- ASEAN, the PRC, and India: The Great Transformation?
- Climate Change and Green Asia
- Connecting South Asia and Southeast Asia
- Currency Internationalization: Lessons and Prospects for the RMB
- Disaster Risk Management in Asia and the Pacific
- Future of the World Trading System: Asian Perspectives