Institutional materials are ADB-centric publications and similar materials from other institutions that have elements of being scholarly. Institutional materials may consist of administrative documents, strategy or policy notes and reviews, conference proceedings, operational reports, or project notes that may be of value to researchers and academics. It is possible that these materials may not serve as the primary resource for research work, but they may point researchers to the right direction and give supplemental data.
(Asian Development Bank, 2015-12-29)This publication details results from the Urban Governance and Infrastructure Improvement (Sector) Project which aimed to improve infrastructure of pourashavas (secondary towns) in urban transport, drainage, water supply, sanitation, municipal ...
(Asian Development Bank, 2015-12-15)This publication was produced by the Pacific Private Sector Development Initiative, a regional technical assistance facility cofinanced by the Asian Development Bank, the Government of Australia, and the New Zealand government.
(Asian Development Bank, 2015-11-15)As the technology costs for renewable energy have decreased, especially in the case of solar, their installed capacity has grown by leaps and bounds. This is particularly relevant for developing countries where renewables were once seen as untenable ...
(Asian Development Bank, 2015-11-03)Separation from the Soviet Union and a subsequent civil war were difficult events for Tajikistan. The economy contracted significantly, one-fifth of the nation’s schools were damaged or destroyed, and the change in the economic system of mandatory work ...