Asian Development Outlook 2015 Update: Enabling Women, Energizing Asia - Asian Development Outlook Series (Paperback) by Asian Development Bank
Facing developing Asia, there is an adverse wind from the slow recovery of the major industrial economies and the easing of prospects for major economies in the People's Republic of…
Asian Development Outlook 2015 Update synopsis
Facing developing Asia, there is an adverse wind from the slow recovery of the major industrial economies and the easing of prospects for major economies in the People's Republic of China and India. The delayed demand from the industrialized economies and the People's Republic of China delayed the expected recovery in growth in other parts of Asia, including the larger economies in South-East Asia.
The region must strengthen its resilience under external shocks. Macro-prudential policy can generate sufficient independence in monetary policy to counter destabilizing capital flows, while an evolving domestic financial system can reduce dependence on external borrowing and thus reduce the risk of devaluation.
The region must mobilize unexploited resources to give growth a very necessary boost. This update highlights how women's equal rights and contributions to economic and political life are achieved.
While the region has made significant progress over the past decades in bridging gender gaps in health and education, much remains to be done to erase them in the labor market. This will mobilize more human resources to promote economic growth and do the right thing for women as individuals..
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