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The Resource Green Infrastructure Financing : Institutional Investors, PPPs and Bankable Projects, Jae Myong Koh

Green Infrastructure Financing : Institutional Investors, PPPs and Bankable Projects, Jae Myong Koh

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Green Infrastructure Financing : Institutional Investors, PPPs and Bankable Projects
Title
Green Infrastructure Financing
Title remainder
Institutional Investors, PPPs and Bankable Projects
Statement of responsibility
Jae Myong Koh
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Author
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Language
eng
Summary
This book explores the role of governments and international financial institutions (IFIs) in mitigating the perceived risks in green infrastructure markets of emerging and developing countries. Although green infrastructure is designed to enhance a country's wealth, the author sheds light on the way that the market is failing to link up institutional investors' needs for a stable yield with the demands of potentially financially-viable investments in green infrastructure markets. Providing a detailed analysis of the root cause of this market failure, this innovative book offers powerful solutions for developing countries. An essential read for academics of development economics and international finance, as well as practitioners and policy-makers, this book covers topics such as industrial policy, climate governance, carbon markets and capital markets.--
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Koh, Jae-myong
Dewey number
333.79
Index
index present
LC call number
HD9502.5.C542
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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  • Power resources.
  • Force and energy
  • Clean energy.
  • Finance
  • Development Finance
  • Capital Markets
  • Renewable and Green Energy
  • Environmental Economics
Label
Green Infrastructure Financing : Institutional Investors, PPPs and Bankable Projects, Jae Myong Koh
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Contents
  • Intro; Preface; Acknowledgements; Contents; List of Abbreviations; List of Figures; List of Tables; Part I: The Importance of Green Infrastructure; 1: Seedlings of Change; Solar Power; Wind Power; Geothermal Power; Subway; Rapid Transit System; Non-green Projects; References; 2: Green Infrastructure to Pursue Two Visions; One Arrow to Pierce Two Targets; The First Vision: Making a Country Wealthy; Three Forces of Economic Development 'On the Supply Side'; Division of Labor; Mechanization; Technological Progress
  • Innovation as a Higher Concept to Embrace Three Forces of Economic Development The Incorporation of Innovation into the Factors of Production; How to Promote Innovation?; National Policies that Unleash the Forces of Economic Development; Industrial Policy; Overview; Great Britain; The United States; Germany; Newly Industrialized Countries; Unsuccessful Cases; Foreign Direct Investment (FDI); A Need for an Alternative Approach; Advantages of FDI; Urbanization; The Importance of Infrastructure for Economic Development; The Second Vision: Checking Climate Change
  • The Narrowing Window of Opportunity to Tackle Climate Change Negative Impacts of Climate Change; Causes of Climate Change; Conclusion: Green Infrastructure is a Common Denominator; References; Part II: The Strategy to Spread Green Infrastructure Globally; 3: A Game-Changing Strategy: A Business Approach for Environmental Issues; Introduction; Global Infrastructure Needs; Bigger Demand from the Developing World; The Dilemma of the Developing World; A Strategy to Rapidly Spread Green Infrastructure; A Need to Overcome the Inertia; The Essence of the Strategy
  • Can the Strategy Really Work?The Key Player of the Strategy; How Can We Involve the Key Player in Green Infrastructure Financing?; Conclusion: Changing the Direction of a Game; References; 4: Diverse Risks of Developing Countries'; Infrastructure Markets; Introduction; Two Project Models of Developing Countries; Government Budget-Based Model; Private Investment-Based Model; Diverse Risks in Developing Countries' Markets; The Emergence of a Private Investment-Based Model; Implementation Risks; Political Risk; Economic Risks; Social Risks; Project Preparation Risk
  • Importance of Project PreparationProject Preparation Process; Three Challenges; Conclusion; References; 5: A Root Cause of Diverse Risks and Root-Level Solutions; The Development Path of a State; Phase 1; Phase 2; Phase 3; Phase 4; Phase 5; A Root Cause and Two Policy Ideas; Conclusion; References; Part III: Components of Bankable Projects; 6: Carbon Markets as Supporters of Green Infrastructure Projects; Introduction; How Can We Measure GHG Reductions?; Making GHG an Economic Commodity; How Can the Global Community Impose an Obligation on Every Country?
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9783319717692
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com.springer.onix.9783319717708
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  • (OCoLC)1023427026
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Green Infrastructure Financing : Institutional Investors, PPPs and Bankable Projects, Jae Myong Koh
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Intro; Preface; Acknowledgements; Contents; List of Abbreviations; List of Figures; List of Tables; Part I: The Importance of Green Infrastructure; 1: Seedlings of Change; Solar Power; Wind Power; Geothermal Power; Subway; Rapid Transit System; Non-green Projects; References; 2: Green Infrastructure to Pursue Two Visions; One Arrow to Pierce Two Targets; The First Vision: Making a Country Wealthy; Three Forces of Economic Development 'On the Supply Side'; Division of Labor; Mechanization; Technological Progress
  • Innovation as a Higher Concept to Embrace Three Forces of Economic Development The Incorporation of Innovation into the Factors of Production; How to Promote Innovation?; National Policies that Unleash the Forces of Economic Development; Industrial Policy; Overview; Great Britain; The United States; Germany; Newly Industrialized Countries; Unsuccessful Cases; Foreign Direct Investment (FDI); A Need for an Alternative Approach; Advantages of FDI; Urbanization; The Importance of Infrastructure for Economic Development; The Second Vision: Checking Climate Change
  • The Narrowing Window of Opportunity to Tackle Climate Change Negative Impacts of Climate Change; Causes of Climate Change; Conclusion: Green Infrastructure is a Common Denominator; References; Part II: The Strategy to Spread Green Infrastructure Globally; 3: A Game-Changing Strategy: A Business Approach for Environmental Issues; Introduction; Global Infrastructure Needs; Bigger Demand from the Developing World; The Dilemma of the Developing World; A Strategy to Rapidly Spread Green Infrastructure; A Need to Overcome the Inertia; The Essence of the Strategy
  • Can the Strategy Really Work?The Key Player of the Strategy; How Can We Involve the Key Player in Green Infrastructure Financing?; Conclusion: Changing the Direction of a Game; References; 4: Diverse Risks of Developing Countries'; Infrastructure Markets; Introduction; Two Project Models of Developing Countries; Government Budget-Based Model; Private Investment-Based Model; Diverse Risks in Developing Countries' Markets; The Emergence of a Private Investment-Based Model; Implementation Risks; Political Risk; Economic Risks; Social Risks; Project Preparation Risk
  • Importance of Project PreparationProject Preparation Process; Three Challenges; Conclusion; References; 5: A Root Cause of Diverse Risks and Root-Level Solutions; The Development Path of a State; Phase 1; Phase 2; Phase 3; Phase 4; Phase 5; A Root Cause and Two Policy Ideas; Conclusion; References; Part III: Components of Bankable Projects; 6: Carbon Markets as Supporters of Green Infrastructure Projects; Introduction; How Can We Measure GHG Reductions?; Making GHG an Economic Commodity; How Can the Global Community Impose an Obligation on Every Country?
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1 online resource.
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unknown
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online
Isbn
9783319717692
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unknown
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
http://library.link/vocab/ext/overdrive/overdriveId
com.springer.onix.9783319717708
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not applicable
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unknown
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unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • on1023427026
  • (OCoLC)1023427026

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