Emma Veve is the Deputy Director General of ADB’s Pacific Department. She held various posts in the same department, including as Director of the Social Sectors and Public Sector Management Division in charge of the 14 Pacific developing member countries; Director for Urban, Social Development and Public Sector Management; regional economist, principal economist, and senior country specialist. She also served in the Australian commonwealth public service. Ms. Veve has undergraduate degrees in agricultural science and economics from the University of Queensland and a master’s degree in economics from the University of New England.
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|Video: Session 1: Adapting to the New Normal||10 November 2020||Multimedia||ADB Administration and Governance|
|Health and Education (Pacific)||28 March 2019||Slides||Education, Health|
|Public Management, Governance, and Finance (Pacific)||27 March 2019||Slides||Governance and Public Sector Management, Finance|
|Pacific, Climate Change, and State-Owned Enterprises||11 October 2017||Slides||Climate Change, Finance, Governance and Public Sector Management|
|Health and Education (Pacific)||17 March 2016||Slides||Education, Health|
|Urban Development and Water (Pacific)||25 March 2015||Slides||Urban Development, Water|