Housing returns are more likely to be low after extremely high oil market returns.
Asian regional integration is progressing under more complex and diversified considerations than European integration.
Alzheimer’s disease and strokes present major challenges to Japan's economy.
Carbon dioxide emissions per capita in low- and middle-income Asian nations result in the positive prevalence of lung and respiratory diseases.
Japan must find a new strategy to increase its solar module installation and raise its self-sufficiency ratio in the primary energy supply.
Greenfield investments in the presence of supporting institutions can be a viable source of green finance.
Restructuring state-owned enterprises is considered a crucial pillar in Viet Nam's reform toward a market-oriented economy.
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.
The regulatory environment of India's electricity sector does influence sector outcomes.
Guarantee fee rates should be more flexible and vary depending on creditworthiness and the macroeconomic state of the economy.
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.