The central authority of Government of Nepal charged with the responsibilities for maintaining both micro and macro economic stability in the country. Includes links to publications such as budget speeches, economic surveys, and other resources.
Launched in 1994 as a loose regional network of non-governmental organizations (NGOs) from five South Asian countries: Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka with the vision to ensure fair, equitable, inclusive, and sustainable growth and development in South Asia. Links to publications in English and Nepali.
An international partnership of universities, research institutes and NGOs, which completed its ten-year programme in 2011. This is an archived site. For current site see Chronic Poverty Advisory Network.
A network of researchers, policy makers and practitioners across 16 developing countries focused on tackling chronic poverty and getting to zero extreme poverty and deprivation (Bangladesh, Benin, Burkina Faso, Cambodia, Ghana, India, Kenya, Nepal, Niger, Pakistan, Philippines, Senegal, South Africa, Tanzania, Uganda, Viet Nam). CPAN emerged from the Chronic Poverty Research Centre (CPRC).
A global financial platform, that showcases interest bearing products from leading banking. credit unions, p2p and financial providers from around the world. Data sources are from the financial institutions themselves and specifically from their public websites.
EFN Asia is a network of research institutes, influential think-tanks and individuals. It aims to promote the benefits of a civil society, market economy and individual liberty which together enhance human development and economic growth in Asia. EFN Asia provides a platform for political dialogue, public education and academic exchange in order to broaden public policy debate and inform people about the merits of a free economy and civil liberty. Our work revolves around two projects, the Economic Freedom of the World report and our yearly EFN Asia conferences.
"This database is a unique online archive of the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU)'s quarterly country reports, from their beginning in 1952 up to 1995. The reports combine detailed statistical information with expert commentary and analysis from the EIU's analysts, providing high quality summaries of political, economic and commercial developments in almost 200 countries. Reports are reproduced in full and made available as page images with fully searchable text. In addition, figures and tables within each report are captured as separate objects and the data from each statistical table can be downloaded as a spreadsheet. Countries are indexed consistently, making it easy to find the relevant reports despite changes to the nomenclature and grouping of countries across the period. There is one record per report; a single report may cover two or more countries. The reports were produced by the Economist Intelligence Unit's country analysts drawing on a global network of contributors, with data selected and carefully scrutinized from national and international sources. They follow a consistent format for each country, although that structure has evolved over time."
Economist Intelligence Unit country reports archive.
Provides access to several EIU publications including Country Reports, Country Monitor, Country Commerce, Country Finance, and EIU ViewsWire. Information is presented as analysis, briefings, commentary, or forecasts.
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The goal of this website is to make data available to everybody in a social, interactive, visually compelling, and machine readable format. The data covers portions of the Bank Group’s investments, assets it manages on behalf of global funds, and the Bank Group’s own financial statements.