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This publication explains how market-based instruments can be utilized to improve air quality, water, and waste management in Asia. Asia has experienced massive economic growth, characterized by rapid…

10 August 2021 | Books | India, China, Vietnam

Key Points This paper evaluates the performance of Chinese fisheries management compared to top-performing fisheries in the world. It gives insights into the reforms and policy changes that China is…

22 January 2021 | Research Brief | China

Using identical surveys a decade apart, we examine how attitudes and willingness to pay (WTP) for climate policies have changed in the United States, China, and Sweden. All three countries exhibit an…

22 January 2021 | Other Publications | China, Sweden

Abstract In this paper, we provide new insights into the drivers of China’s strong economic growth, especially after its entry into the WTO in 2001. Using synthetic control methods, we demonstrate…

13 January 2021 | EfD Discussion Paper | China

Many countries have implemented policies to tackle climate change, with Emissions Trading Schemes (ETS) being one of the foremost attempts. Under such schemes, firms receive emission allowances. The…

12 November 2020 | Research Brief | China

Abstract This study investigates the nexus between urban air pollution and residents’ preferences for greenspace. The two environmental issues could be linked through people’s general tastes for…

1 June 2021 | Peer Reviewed | China

Key Points Shale gas can meet a substantial portion of China’s gas demand. Shale gas development in China is financially viable. Competitive market and advanced technologies can accelerate shale gas…

9 November 2020 | Research Brief | China

It is widely believed that forests help improve water quality by reducing soil erosion (and hence reducing silt) as well as filtering out nutrients and pollutants carried in water, which allows the…

9 November 2020 | Research Brief | China

The household heating energy transition program in China has led to a sharp increase in household heating costs and has exacerbated energy poverty (high ratios of energy expenditure to income). This…

9 November 2020 | Research Brief | China

As an industry intensively using fossil fuel, the power sector is naturally a focus of efforts to slow climate change. In March 2015, China started the third round of power sector reform with the…

9 November 2020 | Research Brief | China