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Anbumozhi / Kalirajan Globalization of Low-Carbon Technologies: The Impact of the Paris Agreement



Softcover Nachdruck of the original 1. Auflage 2017, 621 Seiten, Kartoniert, Previously published in hardcover, Format (B × H): 155 mm x 235 mm, Gewicht: 1065 g
ISBN: 978-981-1352-60-7
Verlag: SPRINGER NATURE


Anbumozhi / Kalirajan Globalization of Low-Carbon Technologies: The Impact of the Paris Agreement

This book explores the opportunities and barriers within the Intended Nationally Determined Contributions (INDC) framework of the Paris Agreement for low-carbon technology diffusion. Further, it proposes appropriate and  feasible mechanisms required at local, national and regional levels to achieve the INDC targets. 
The book employs both meta policy analysis and scenario building to examine, whether the diffusion of  low-carbon energy future by 2030 is economically viable under the INDC framework and how international technology cooperation could accelerate investments on the scale required for achieving the INDC targets.
Further, this book provides new perspectives on market and non-market mechanisms for the globalization of low-carbon technologies, within the framework conditions of the Paris Agreement, which will be of significant value to senior policy makers, multi-disciplinary academia, and investing communities.

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Chapter 1. Paris Agreement and Globalization of Low-Carbon Technologies: What's next for Asia?.- Part I. Regional Analysis on INDCs and Technology Deployment Scenarios.- Chpater 2. INDC and Low-Carbon Technology Deployment Scenarios: China.- Chapter 3. INDC and Low-Carbon Technology Deployment Scenarios: India.- Chapter 4. INDC and Low-Carbon Technology Deployment Scenarios: Indonesia.- Chpater 5. INDC and Low-Carbon Technology Deployment Scenarios: Malaysia.- Chapter 6. INDC and Low-Carbon Technology Deployment Scenarios: Philippines.- Chapter 7. INDC and Low-Carbon Technology Deployment Scenarios: Thailand.- Chapter 8. INDC and Low-Carbon Technology Deployment Scenarios: Vietnam.- Chapter 9. INDC and Low-Carbon Technology Deployment Scenarios: Cambodia, Laos and Myanmar.- Part II. Estimating the Low-Carbon Technology Deployment Costs and INDC targets - Costs and Meta Policy.- Chapter 10. Estimating the Low-Carbon Technology Deployment Costs and INDC Targets.- Chapter 11. INDC Costs and Experiences in Removing Low-Carbon Technology Barriers: Japan.- Chapter 12. INDC Costs and Experiences in Removing Low-Carbon Technology Barriers: New Zealand.- Chpater 13. INDC Costs and Experiences in Removing Low-Carbon Technology Barriers: Australia.- Part III. Globalization of Low-Carbon Technologies for Achieving INDCs - Market and Non-Market Forces.- Chapter 14. Regional Cooperation in Renewable Energy Trade: Prospects and Constraints.- Chapter 15. Regulatory instruments and the Diffusion of Low-Carbon Technologies in the European.- Chapter 16. Facilitating Low-Carbon Investments; with Special Reference to China: WBG Experience and the Role of Carbon Pricing.- Chapter 17. Establishing a Technology Finance Mechanisms: ADB Experiences on Climate Technology Finance Centre.


Anbumozhi, Venkatachalam
Venkatachalam Anbumozhi is a Senior Economist at the Economic Research Institute for ASEAN and East Asia (ERIA), Indonesia. His previous positions include Capacity Building Specialist and Senior Fellow at Asian Development Bank Institute and Assistant Professor at the University of Tokyo. A distinguished fellow of Asia Pacific Rim University (APRU) Forum on Development and Environment, he also advised ADB, JICA, JBIC, UNESCAP projects on sustainable development. He has published several books, authored numerous research articles, and produced many project reports on natural resource management, climate friendly infrastructure design, and private sector participation in green growth. Anbumozhi was invited as a member of the APEC Expert Panel on Green Climate Finance and the ASEAN Panel for promoting climate-resilient growth. He has taught resource management, international cooperation, and development finance at the University of Tokyo and has speaking engagements at some of the leading international organizations. He obtained his Ph.D. from the University of Tokyo.
Kaliappa Kalirajan is a Professor in the Crawford School of Public Policy at the Australian National University, Australia. He is also a Visiting Professor at the Madras School of Economics, India and International University of Japan. His areas of major interest include macroeconomic and trade policies, sources of growth, regional cooperation in low carbon energy systems, and technology issues in emerging Asian countries. He has 150 publications in those areas in refereed academic and policy journals. He has authored and edited 15 books. He is currently serving on the editorial board of the following journals: Journal of Asian Economics; Agricultural Economics; Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics; The Developing Economies; The Journal of Applied Economic Research; Journal of Social and Economic Development; and Asia and the Pacific Policies Studies. He has been a consultant to different national and international organizations from time to time.



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