The Asian Development Bank has just released its latest annual review which has a special focus on the impact of technology upon employment and jobs in the region. It also has projects for economic growth and household debt. There are predictions by sub-region
Free access to this special issue from GISWatch. It focuses on conditions in six Asian states: Cambodia, India, Malaysia, Myanmar, Pakistan and Thailand.
The Public-Private Partnership Monitor was launched at the end of 2017 by the Asian Development Bank. This new publication monitors developments in 9 nations of the ADB: Bangladesh, the People’s Republic of China, India, Indonesia, Kazakhstan, Papua New Guinea, the Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam. It examines four main areas of interest: Regulatory Framework, Institutional Capacity […]
A new independent, non-profit Internet and society research think tank based in Hong Kong. It is supported by The Berkman Center for Internet and Society at Harvard University and seeks to discuss digital society in Asian context. The site has just launched with a useful collection of essays grouped into five broad chapters: “Connecting the […]
The new Bangsamoro Conflict Monitoring System from Alert and the World Bank is collecting current and historic data on incidences of political violence in the region. It includes reports and charts of conflicts.
ESCAP digital publications Free access to its flagship publication Economic and Social Survey of Asia and the Pacific starting with the first edition published in 1948 and continuing until the present day. It contains articles and surveys on regional economics. There are particularly good tables of statistics and the website’s link can also be found […]
http://wearesocial.sg/blog/2012/10/social-digital-mobile-asia/ Free access from the We are Social Media website to 100 slides of the latest facts and figures from around the region, including select highlights from each of the 24 countries covered. Key facts include: 1. There are now well over 1 billion internet users in Asia 2. At least 811 million of these […]