The greatest challenges facing tax administrations in all countries are those posed by the continuing developments in the digital economy.
Poor and piecemeal implementation of net metering policies is a major roadblock for the uptake of rooftop solar photovoltaic interventions in India.
An energy policy for ASEAN should explicitly pursue a dual transition pathway strategy to yield the best outcome in the energy trilemma.
Accurate price forecasting may enable electricity generators to allocate their resources optimally to manage the dynamic demand from various regions.
Proactive and efficient policies that complement electricity tariff reforms are needed to enhance residential power service supply in emerging economies.
Increasing energy prices can be an effective way to suppress carbon dioxide emissions.
An expansionary fiscal policy in comparison to that of a monetary one is critical to the Indian economy’s structure.
Energy efficiency measures in streetlights can be immediately implemented without conducting detailed and expensive energy audits.
The high capital expenditure of fuel cell vehicles, rather than the fuel cost of hydrogen, is the main barrier to achieving competitiveness against alternative power trains.
Infrastructural development is crucial for regional trade integration.
Asia and Europe have taken differing approaches to economic integration, with Asia choosing loose economic cooperation based on bilateral and regional economic agreements and Europe choosing to strengthen institutionalization.
State-owned enterprises are still significant players in many Asian economies, and their characteristics and competitive advantage as publicly owned enterprises allow them to play critical roles in providing essential public services.
Relying on fewer energy resources, especially fossil fuels, will enhance energy insecurity for resource-poor economies.
The multi-faceted characteristics of energy security range from its inherent economic value to its strategic and geopolitical importance.
This handbook is the first to explain ways to finance green projects for implementing the SDGs in the context of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.
ADB Institute’s new book examines Japan’s long-term recession since the 1990s’ economic bubble burst and offers lessons for Asian and other economies.
While oil price fluctuations in the past can be explained by pure supply factors, this book argues that it is monetary policy that plays a significant role in setting global oil prices.