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Understanding How Asian Banks are Dealing with Digital Disruption
One of the strategies being used to transition to digital banking is to expand the customer base beyond people who use traditional banks.
What Can We Learn from Thailand’s Approach to Urban Development?
Subsidies, housing grants, educational programs and the leveraging of economies of scale are being used to benefit poor urban dwellers.
How Uzbekistan is Becoming a Solar Energy Powerhouse
Uzbekistan is capturing solar energy and knowledge with its first large-scale solar power plant and a new solar energy institute.
Grid Unlocked: The Mechanics of Cross-Border Electricity Sharing
An electricity trading project between Indonesia and Malaysia is lowering power costs, raising revenue and cutting greenhouse gas emissions.
The Nuts and Bolts of Market-Driven Skills Training
Bangladesh trained 1.5 million people by linking directly to the real-world needs of employers.
In Fragile States, it is Time to Innovate and Put People First
Despite extensive aid, countries with fragile and conflict-affected situations are generally failing to significantly improve the lives of their people. New thinking is needed.
How to Jumpstart the Cities that Drive Asian Economic Growth
Governments need the right mix of policies and projects to reap the benefits of urban growth.
What Type of Protectionism Should We Fear?
The new U.S. policy of forging bilateral trade pacts instead of multi-country deals will have wide-ranging impacts.
Internal Audit Competency Process for the Public Sector
This course discusses the internal audit competency process and its significance and benefits for the public sector.
Continuous Monitoring in ADB Treasury Operations
This learning module talks about the use and benefits of continuous monitoring.