Aiko Kikkawa is Economist at ADB’s Economic Research and Cooperation Department. Her research portfolio covers international migration and remittances, aging and demographic change, and economic analyses of ADB projects. She was the lead author of the Asian Economic Integration Report 2019/2020 theme chapter titled “Demographic Change, Productivity and the Role of Technology”. She obtained her PhD in development economics from the National Graduate Institute of Policy Studies in Japan and a master’s degree in forced migration from the University of Oxford.
Economist, Economic Research and Regional Cooperation Department
Profile / Bio:
|Introduction: Upgrading Human Capital and Skills Development for Future Asia||22 August 2018||Slides||Economics, Education, Governance and Public Sector Management, ICT|
|Tapping Technology to Maximize the Longevity Dividend in Asia||18 May 2018||Slides||Economics, Health, ICT|
|Trends and Characteristics of Labor Force Participation among Older Persons in Developing Asia and their Retirement Decisions: Literature Review and Cross-Country Assessment||09 September 2021||Slides||Capacity Development, Economics|
|Trends and Characteristics of Labor Force Participation among Older Persons in Developing Asia and their Retirement Decisions: Literature Review and Cross-Country Assessment — Draft Paper||09 September 2021||Document||Capacity Development, Economics|