Reforming Public and Private Sector Governance in Asian Countries
Asian Development Bank Institute | November 2001
The Capacity Building Conference on Reforming Public And Private Sector Governance In Asian Countries was jointly organized by the Asian Development Bank Institute (ADB Institute) and the Strategy and Policy Department of the ADB. The main theme of the Conference was to highlight the close relationship between public and private sector governance and to explore appropriate changes in public governance necessary to strengthen corporate governance. The conference brought together a large number of international experts and participants to exchange and share views and experiences with one another. Participants came from the People's Republic of China (PRC), India, Indonesia, Korea, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Viet Nam. Resource persons for the conference included eminent experts from international organizations such as the ADB, ADB Institute, the World Bank; major regional and international research and academic centers; and government ministries and regulatory agencies. This paper provides a summary of the conference proceedings.
CitationAsian Development Bank Institute. 2001. Reforming Public and Private Sector Governance in Asian Countries. © Asian Development Bank Institute. http://hdl.handle.net/11540/6590.
Financial & Private Sector Development
Private Sector Investments
Private Sector Participation
Private Sector Projects
Public Sector Infrastructure
Public Sector Management
Public Sector Projects
Central local government relations
Decentralization in government
Intergovernmental fiscal relations
Investment of public funds
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