Knowledge Sharing by ADB Interns


Knowledge Sharing by ADB Interns

09 January 2018

Three students from Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy in Singapore, who did internships in ADB, presented the results of their work on strengthening institutions and governance, establishing digital hubs to create better jobs, and expanding access to finance in the Pacific using digital financial technologies.

Program and Learning Materials: 
Date Session / Activity Presentation Material Speaker(s)
09 Jan 2018 Presentation The Role of Institutions in Development: A History of Thought and Analysis of the Country Performance Assessment Data
Researchers have for a long time now emphasized the role of institutions in economic development. This presentation explains what led to the current thinking...
Samuel Mark Nicholls
09 Jan 2018 Presentation Digital Hubs: Creating Better Jobs, Reducing Poverty
With the advent of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, new technologies shall become the major drivers of future economic growth but with certain limitations...
Burra Naga Trinadh
09 Jan 2018 Presentation Digital Financial Services and Financial Inclusion in the Pacific: Opportunities and Challenges
The Pacific Islands region is one of the least banked in the world. Digital finance could emerge as a major instrument in making financial services reach...
Ravi Shankar Jha


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