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Green Infrastructure Financing


Green Infrastructure Financing

Institutional Investors, PPPs and Bankable Projects

von: Jae Myong Koh

Fr. 136.00

Verlag: Palgrave Macmillan
Format: PDF
Veröffentl.: 13.02.2018
ISBN/EAN: 9783319717708
Sprache: englisch

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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. 
?Part I. The Importance of Green Infrastructure1. Seedlings of Change

2. Green Infrastructure to Pursue Two Visions

Part II. The Strategy to Spread Green Infrastructure Globally

3. A Game-Changing Strategy: A Business Approach for Environmental Issues

4. Diverse Risks of Developing Countries' Infrastructure Markets

5. A Root Cause of Diverse Risks and Root-Level Solutions

Part III. Components of Bankable Projects

6. Carbon Markets as Supporters of Green Infrastructure Projects

7. How Can We Keep the GHG Price at a High Enough Level

8. Multilateral Development Banks as Overarching Protectors of Green Infrastructure Projects

Part IV. Assembling Components of Bankable Projects

9.  Producing Bankable Projects

10. Global Problems and Global CountermeasuresEpilogue: How Does an Idea Become a Truth?Index
Jae Myong Koh is Head of the Economic and Official Development Assistance (ODA) section in the Korean embassy in Egypt, where he facilitates infrastructure projects in the areas of power plants, petrochemical refinery and renewable energy. Previously, he was Director of the Development Cooperation Division at the Ministry of Strategy and Finance in the Republic of Korea. Jae is also the author of Suppressing Terrorist Financing and Money Laundering (Springer, 2006).
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. 
Pinpoints green infrastructure as a key agenda to achieve two visions: making a country wealthy and checking climate changeMakes a major contribution to the analytical literature on market failure in infrastructure markets of developing countriesProvides a thorough and plain explanation of complex topics such as industrial policy, climate governance, carbon market and capital markets
Pinpoints green infrastructure as a key agenda to achieve two visions: making a country wealthy and checking climate changeMakes a major contribution to the analytical literature on market failure in infrastructure markets of developing countriesProvides a thorough and plain explanation of complex topics such as industrial policy, climate governance, carbon market and capital markets

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