A new and far-reaching study conducted by Weber Shandwick uncovers the increasing significance of “soft power” as a key contributor to the reputation of cities in Asia Pacific
In this report PublicAffairsAsia and GR Japan examine how the new government of Shinzo Abe is seeking to inject a new dynamic into the wide-ranging reform process.
The annual PublicAffairsAsia "Guide to the Thought Leaders" is a compendium of interviews with leading practitioners from across the Asia Pacific region.
The June 2014 edition of PublicAffairsAsia includes interviews with Ashvin Dayal, head of The Rockefeller Foundation in Asia, and Dr Norman Norman Loayza, Lead Economist in the Development Economics Research Group at the World Bank.
PublicAffairsAsia and Prospect have released The 2014 Salary Survey which offers a deeper insight and is based on a larger sample base than previous years.
The 2013 National Peoples Congress saw the Xi Jinping administration begin to take shape as China’s long leadership transition finally concluded. Key personnel and structures are now in place. While there were few concrete policy ...
What people say about you is as important as what you say about yourself. But what happens when what an organization does and says is out of sync with the expectations and experiences of its ...
Weber Shandwick’s report analyses the changing political and policy scene in China Click here for the full report
Singapore and Hong Kong reign as the top two city brands in Asia Pacific, according to new findings published in “Location Branding 2012,” a report produced by leading regional public policy and corporate affairs network ...
This 2012 business climate survey gauges AmCham members approach to doing business in China. Click here for the full assessment