Asia's Developing Future
About This Show
The Asian Development Bank Institute (adbi.org), Tokyo, is the think tank of the Asian Development Bank (ADB), Manila. It is the top regional studies center and the second-ranked government-affiliated think tank in the world. ADBI helps policy makers in developing Asia through research that focuses on medium- to long-term development, and through training that helps reduce poverty.
Most Recent Episode
Urbanization in India, lessons from Korea, food insecurity, US trade imbalance, inequality in China
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Analysts and economists explain:
How India’s government pushes for more urbanization by creating towns that will grow along with information technology.
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What emerging economies can learn from South Korea, and how it weathered the Asian financial crisis and came out of it even stronger.
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How corruption and weak national institutions can undermine food security in countries big and small, regardless of their natural resources. Will the world’s two most populous countries—China and India—be able to feed their people when food consumption is expected to go up by 50% in the next decade?
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How the numbers on global trade imbalance don’t really give us the full picture.
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And how longer life expectancy in China is widening the growing gap between rich and poor.
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