This brief examines the impact of monetary policy uncertainty in the United States on Asian exchange rates.
Governments in developing Asia can provide capital and revenue subsidies to help public–private partnership projects become more viable and mitigate risks.
As Asia becomes more interconnected, a key priority is to ensure that macroprudential policies adequately help control systemic risks.
Findings reflect the high cost of inaction against rising temperature, and estimated impacts of 21st century warming could lead to macroeconomic impacts extending beyond the agriculture sector.
Results of analyses suggest, broadly, that commodity price shocks per se do not have a significant impact on real output, regardless of whether a country is natural resource dependent or not.