Aimee Hampel-Milagrosa

Urban Development Specialist
Profile / Bio: 

Aimee is an urban development specialist and economist working on urban development and water supply and sanitation, economic analysis of investment projects, and private sector development (tech startups, entrepreneurship, and business environment). Currently she is processing and implementing solid waste management projects in the Solomon and Marshall Islands and is supporting the ADB due diligence of economic analysis of urban development projects in Southeast Asia and the Pacific. Prior to joining ADB, Aimee was a Senior Researcher at the German Development Institute and a Senior Researcher at the Center for Development Research at the University of Bonn. She was a visiting Research Fellow at Cornell University and the FAO and has worked for many years as consultant for UNCTAD, UNIDO, and UNDP. She completed her PhD in Wageningen University, MSc in Gent University (cum laude), and BSc in the University of the Philippines.


Title Date Learning Materials Topic
Pacific and Southeast Asia 04 October 2023 Slides ADB Administration and Governance
How to quantify “resilience” benefits following ADB 2017 Guidelines for Economic Analysis of Projects? Sample from SCTEIIP 24 October 2022 Slides Environment
Socioeconomic Survey Guide for Urban Development and Water Projects 08 August 2022 Slides Water, Urban Development, Climate Change
Digital Technology to Increase Credit Access to MSMEs Challenge 21 August 2020 Slides Economics, Finance, ICT
Book Chapter Overview: Why Institutions Matter for Closing Asia’s Infrastructure Financing Gap 21 November 2019 Slides Finance, Regional Cooperation and Integration