The region remains the most dynamic in the world, but new approaches are needed to better share the benefits of growth, improve well-being and achieve sustainable development goals. We support these efforts by fostering international and regional dialogue with comparative data and analysis, structural policy performance indicators and medium-term economic projections.
Active involvement in international tax initiatives can assist countries in the region to deal with challenges to domestic resource mobilisation following COVID-19.
Macroprudential policy is on the rise in Emerging Asia and has an important role to play in supporting the transition to a low-carbon and digital economy.
To seize the benefits of digitalisation, emerging countries must bridge technological and institutional gaps. The Asia Forum explored the many opportunities and challenges facing the various sectors in Asian economies, with a special focus on health.
The COVID-19 pandemic is accelerating the fourth industrial revolution while revealing the importance of digital health and education, but policymakers need to tackle infrastructure bottlenecks and help smaller firms seize the benefits.