Asian Development Bank
EENI - Business School.
Subject (Course): The Asian Development Bank (ADB) - Multilateral finance institution. Syllabus:
- Introduction to the Asian Development Bank (ADB).
- The objectives of the Bank
- The structure of the Bank
- Operations of the Asian Development Bank
- Funds and activities of the Asian Development Bank.
- Projects and programs.
- Financial resources.
- Asian Development Fund.
- Project Cycle of the Asian Development Bank.
- Regions and countries.
- Development of the country Strategy
- Key indicators for Asia and the Pacific.
- Asian development Outlook.
- Greater Mekong Subregion (GMS)
The objectives of the subject "The Asian Development Bank" are:
- To understand aims, structure, operations and 2020 strategy of
the Asian Development Bank
- To identify areas of cooperation of the Asian Development Bank
- To evaluate funds (Asian Development Fund...) and financial
instruments of the Asian Development Bank
- To analyze key economic indicators for Asia and the Pacific and
Asian perspectives on economic development
- To understand the project cycle of the Asian Development Bank.
Sample of the subject - Asian Development Bank:
Subject Description (Asian Development Bank):
The Asian Development Bank (ADB) is a multilateral development finance organization created with
the objective of reducing poverty in Asia-Pacific. The Asian Development Bank was created in 1966.
The objective of the Asian Development Bank is to improve the welfare of Asian people, especially of the:
900 million poor living on less than
one dollar a day.
The Asian Development Bank:
- Founded: 1966
- Members: 67
- Regional members: 48
- Non-regional members: 19
- Field offices: 27
- The total employees: 2,500+
- Nationalities employed: 50+
- The total loans: 10.5 billion dollars
- The total grants: 811.4 million dollars
- Technical assistance: 274.5 million dollars
- The private Sector Assistance: 1.5 billion dollars
The highest decision-making
level at the Asian Development Bank is the Board of Governors, to which each of the 67 members economies of the Bank appoints one Governor.
The dynamic economic development has substantially helped reduce
Notwithstanding some spectacular progress over the last decades:
The Asia-Pacific region remains home to 2/3 of the poor in the World.
Under the Asian Development Bank Strategy 2020, the Bank will follow
three complementary strategic agendas:
- Inclusive economic growth
- Environmentally sustainable growth
- Regional Integration and International Trade.
The number of people living in absolute poverty remains high at 903 million.
The "Asian Development Outlook" is a series of annual economic reports on the developing member countries of the Asian Development Bank. The Asian Development Outlook provides a
full analysis of macroeconomic and development
topics for the Asia-Pacific region.
The Asian Development Bank developing member countries are:
- People's Republic of China
- Cook Islands
- Fiji Islands
- Hong Kong
- Republic of Palau
- Papua New Guinea
- The Philippines
- Kyrgyz Republic
- Marshall Islands
- Solomon Islands
- Sri Lanka
The Asian Development
Bank belongs to the Sinic
- Buddhist Civilization, the Hindu Civilization and the Islamic Civilization.