The Statistical Yearbook 2014 is an electronic file only, it consists of (1) short analytical texts on 32 selected diverse topics, such as population, education, health, poverty and inequalities, gender, economy, environment and connectivity in the region and related key messages as well as relevant data tables, and (2) country profiles of main development indicators for each of the 58 regional member countries/areas of ESCAP.
The Statistical Yearbook is accompanied by the following products:
This year's Survey, entitled "Addressing Triple threats to Development" analyses how the financial, food/fuel and climate change challenges have affected Asia and the Pacific and considers ways of addressing them. Central to this report is the idea that the convergence of the crises presents an opportunity for the region to reorient economic growth towards a long term development path that is more inclusive and sustainable. Governments as the peoples' partner will play a key role in forming and framing the region's future development path.