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Established in 1967, ASEAN groups 10 countries -- Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam -- that straddle the sea lanes between the Indian and Pacific Oceans. 

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ASEAN Secretariat

The National Bureau of ASIAN Research

What's new

May 15, 2017

Collect More, Spend Better: Public Investment in Asian Frontier Markets

This paper analyzes how improving the efficiency of capital spending and tax revenue collection affects growth and debt sustainability.

February 10, 2017

Spotlight on IMF Financial Operations 2016

IMF Financial Operations 2016 covers the financial structure and operations of the IMF. To read this publication, click here >>

The Future of Asian Finance

This book takes stock of how systems in Asia's advanced and emerging market economies compare with the rest of the world.

Frontier and Developing Asia : The Next Generation of Emerging Markets

This book looks at the growing importance of the countries that make up frontier and developing Asia from different angles.

Finance & Development: Millennials and the Future of Work

This issue of F&D examines the economic opportunities and challenges of millennials, who will try to earn a living in a work world decidedly different from the one their parents inhabited.

Macroprudential Frameworks in Asia

This Departmental Paper portrays a cross-country dimension of macroprudential policy implementation in Asia.

Islamic Finance : Opportunities, Challenges, and Policy Options

The publication analyzes the main policy issues and challenges in building an inclusive and safe Islamic finance industry.

IMF Annual Report 2016: Finding Solutions Together

This past fiscal year, the IMF approved $9.2 billion in new loans to 16 countries and increased spending on capacity development for the sixth straight year, to $256 million.

Inequality and Fiscal Policy

This book shows that growth and equity are not necessarily at odds and that countries can in many cases achieve better distributional outcomes and improve economic efficiency.

Cambodia: Entering a New Phase of Growth

This book takes a closer look at the key economic challenges Cambodia faces, highlighting the country's structural and financial constraints to growth as well as shifting vulnerabilities as Asia rebalances.


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