According to the bank's website, the project through its technical assistance (TA) "will further strengthen and broaden the scope of macroeconomic assessment and monitoring by creating knowledge products at Asian Development Bank (ADB) headquarters, disseminating research in developing member countries (DMCs), and engaging in capacity-building sessions. The activities are expected to enhance the macroeconomic assessment tools and provide projections of the long-run gross domestic product (GDP) growth trajectories of DMCs, which can be used for long-term planning and analysis within ADB and by DMCs. The TA is included in the management-approved annual work program for the ERCD and it is in line with the need for ADB to strengthen macroeconomic surveillance and diagnostics to become the region's knowledge leader".
Ramayandi, Arief (ADB Officer)
Economic Research and Regional Cooperation Department
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