One way to reduce poverty in developing countries is to make it cheaper and easier for migrant workers to send money home.
Asian Development Bank Institute (ADBI)
The Asian Development Bank Institute provides intellectual input for policy makers in Asian Development Bank’s developing member countries. It does so by conducting research with a focus on medium- to long-term development issues of strategic importance that affects the region and through capacity building and training activities that contribute to ADB’s overarching objective of poverty reduction.
Among the lessons: Make inclusive investments in education, sanitation, and health in order to avoid enclaves of rich and poor.
The Increasingly Overlooked Ingredient for Surviving the Next Asian Financial Crisis: Regional Cooperation
Regional financial cooperation has strengthened Asian economies and made them more resilient, but attention toward this important work has waned in recent years.