Does Renewable Energy Increase Farmers’ Well-being? Evidence from Solar Irrigation Interventions in Bangladesh
Solar irrigation provides an opportunity to irrigate a larger amount of land due to reliability, affordability, and accessibility.
Enhancing Financial Connectivity between Asia and Europe: Implications for Infrastructure Convergence between the Two Regions
If Asian countries agree to offer 50% of their spillover revenue to infrastructure investors from Europe, this might increase the rate of return of long-term investment funds.
Implementing Land Trust in Bangladesh as a Strategy for Financing Infrastructure and Sustainable Land Management
The Land Trust Plus approach could solve many land-related problems in Bangladesh.
State-Owned Enterprises and Cluster-Based Industrialization: Evidence from Bangladesh
Bangladesh's oldest state-owned industrial estate has played an important role in promoting cluster-based small and medium-sized enterprise development in the country.
Default Risks, Moral Hazard, and Market-Based Solution: Evidence from Renewable Energy Market in Bangladesh
Financial constraints, higher prices, natural disasters, and poor after-sales service increase the probability of default.
Local Financial Development, Access to Credit and SMEs’ Performance: Evidence From Bangladesh
SMEs constitute a major part of industries and contribute to the largest share of employment in both developing and emerging countries.
Green Finance in Bangladesh: Policies, Institutions, and Challenges
Building the capacity of banks and financial institutions, developing bond and equity markets, and establishing a well-coordinated policy oversight body are key to promoting green finance in Bangladesh.