ADB: Reflections and Beyond
|dc.description.abstract||In 2009, the Asian Development Bank (ADB) interviewed senior and younger personnel, both past and present, to get insights on their struggles and triumphs in ADB. They also shared experiences on working for the development of Asia and the Pacific region, and ADB’s evolution as an institution. Interspersed with the critical elements of ADB work--from project formulation to making tricky judgment calls--are the interviewees’ recollections of past and present colleagues, first days at ADB, friendships forged, and more. This book attempts to capture these memories and experiences to provide a very personal and human perspective on dealing with the challenges of the individuals’ chosen work.|
|dc.publisher||Asian Development Bank|
|dc.rights||CC BY 3.0 IGO|
|dc.title||ADB: Reflections and Beyond|
|dc.subject.expert||The Development Agenda|
|dc.contributor.imprint||Asian Development Bank|
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Books published by the Asian Development Bank (ADB) are based on research that is complete in itself, stretches frontiers, and brings together useful development knowledge. They may include analytical ADB products that are scholarly references or literary publications on a specific subject.
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