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Digital finance enables more affordable and accessible financial services and other credit facilities for underserved and marginalized groups.
By Sayuri Shirai. Posted August 10, 2023
Expanding the scale of blended finance in clean energy will require innovative efforts from the international community to reform traditional development finance approaches.
Central banks in emerging Asia have helped to bolster the resilience of their economies to external shocks, but the exchange rate channel remains a key transmission mechanism of disturbances.
Bank of Japan’s unconventional monetary easing brings global recognition as a bold, innovative practitioner
Over the last decade, the Bank of Japan has become known as a bold practitioner of monetary easing.
Market power has been a long-standing concern for many policy makers and academic researchers as it greatly matters for economic welfare and resource allocation.
By Sayuri Shirai. Posted March 2, 2023
As many countries have begun to take greater climate action, central banks and financial regulators must also make greater efforts to foster more effective sustainable financial markets.
By Sayuri Shirai. Posted December 14, 2022
Soaring fossil fuel prices have reminded the world that investment in clean and low-emissions energy projects is needed to achieve net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by mid-century.
A tightening United States monetary policy cycle in 2022 in the face of severe inflationary pressures has led to a broad-based appreciation of the US dollar.
Fintech’s pandemic-related boost to financial inclusion, MSME resilience, and women’s empowerment in Asia
Fintech has been instrumental in helping to sustain businesses and households during the COVID-19 pandemic, with scope to be an integral driver of sustainable economic development in the post-pandemic era.
Asia has made substantial progress on economic development over the past 3 decades, with the quality of institutions playing an important role.
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