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Additional Materials
  • Front part
  • Public spending on human capital formation and economic growth in Pakistan
  • Does product diversification and emphasis on profitability in microfinancing alleviate poverty?
  • Food prices and the development of manufacturing in India
  • The impacts of climatic and non-climatic factors on household food security: a study on the poor living in the Malaysian East Co
  • Impact of population on carbon emission: lessons from India
  • The administrative efficiency of conditional cash transfer programmes: evidence from the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program
  • Back part
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Macroeconomic Policy and Financing for Development Division +66 2 288-1234 [email protected]

The Asia-Pacific Development Journal is published twice a year by the Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific.

Its primary objective is to provide a medium for the exchange of knowledge, experience, ideas, information and data on all aspects of economic and social development in the Asian and Pacific region. The emphasis of the Journal is on the publication of empirically based, policy-oriented articles in the areas of poverty alleviation, emerging social issues and managing globalization.

Original articles analysing issues and problems relevant to the region from the above perspective are welcomed for publication in the Journal. The articles should have a strong emphasis on the policy implications flowing from the analysis. Analytical book reviews will also be considered for publication.

Additional Materials
  • Front part
  • Public spending on human capital formation and economic growth in Pakistan
  • Does product diversification and emphasis on profitability in microfinancing alleviate poverty?
  • Food prices and the development of manufacturing in India
  • The impacts of climatic and non-climatic factors on household food security: a study on the poor living in the Malaysian East Co
  • Impact of population on carbon emission: lessons from India
  • The administrative efficiency of conditional cash transfer programmes: evidence from the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program
  • Back part
Contact
Macroeconomic Policy and Financing for Development Division +66 2 288-1234 [email protected]