Published July 1990
by United Nations Pubns .
Written in English
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The United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP) is one of the five regional commissions under the jurisdiction of the United Nations Economic and Social Council. It was established in order to increase economic activity in Asia and the Far East, as well as to foster economic relations between the region and other areas of the world. Economic and Social Survey of Asia and the Pacific Flagship 20 Apr This is the forty-third Economic and Social Survey of Asia and the Pacific. Part one is devoted to an analysis of current economic and social developments in the region against the background of events in the world economy. Part two focuses on the serious problems of. The strong economic recovery that had been under way in parts of Asia in came to a halt this past year. This edition of the Economic and Social Survey of Asia and the Pacific reviews the efforts in the region to cope with the slowdown and the dislocations it has generated. It provides a. The UN-ESCAP's Economic and Social Survey of Asia and the Pacific highlights the COVID pandemic as the immediate risk to the region's economic outlook, deepening the economic slowdown that was already underway. "Although there are significant uncertainties surrounding the pandemic, the negative impacts are likely to be substantial.
The Survey will examine the region’s challenges to support its economic growth and to promote inclusive and sustainable development. Part I of the report will focus on the region’s outlook as it contends with the ongoing global recovery and assesses the region’s policy response to remaining and emerging vulnerabilities. ADBI is conducting a survey of rural households in Bangladesh to better understand COVID’s impacts on vulnerable people and guide the development of policy responses that improve social protection. This phone-based survey will focus on issues pertaining to remittance income, the availability of labor and agricultural materials, and public. The Economic and Social Survey of Asia and the Pacific said most countries in the region were going through an economic slowdown much before the . The Economic and Social Survey of Asia and the Pacific is the forty-eighth in the series of the annual Surveys prepared by the secretariat on economic and social development in the ESCAP region. Besides providing information on recent developments, the Survey .
The first chapter of the Survey for underlines the social and environmental costs of the impressive economic growth in the Asia-Pacific region over the past 50 years. Reducing the wide economic, social and environmental deficits in the region is key to implementing the bold and transformative Agenda for Sustainable Development. Asian Survey consistently publishes articles by leading American and foreign scholars, whose views supplement and contest meanings disseminated by the media. Journal coverage ranges in scope from diplomacy, disarmament, missile defense, military, and modernization, to ethnicity, ethnic violence, economic nationalism, general elections, and. Overview Aims and Scope. Continuously published since by the Crawford School of Public Policy at the Australia National University, Asian-Pacific Economic Literature (APEL) is an essential resource for anyone interested in economic development in the Asia-Pacific region. Featuring survey articles on topical policy issues, original research and book reviews, APEL is a key economics. The Asia-Pacific region has seen tremendous economic and social progress over the last 50 years, as average income levels more than tripled and life expectancy at birth increased from 46 to 75 years. However, in the light of heightened inequality and environmental degradation, keeping the old paradigm of prioritizing GDP growth at all costs is.