Financing the green transformation: how to make green finance work in Indonesia

Volz, Ulrich / Judith Böhnke / Laura Knierim / Katharina Richert / Greta-Maria Röber / Vanessa Eidt
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Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan

ISBN: 978-1-13748-611-0

Planetary boundaries and a scarcity of natural resources will require a significant boost of investment into clean and renewable energy and a more efficient use of resources in developing, emerging and advanced economies alike. In this context, the financial sector will have to play a key role in providing 'green finance' for sustainable investment and development. Against this backdrop, this book investigates the challenges for developing and emerging economies in enhancing green financing for sustainable, low-carbon investment, using Indonesia as a case study. Based on surveys in the Indonesian banking and corporate sectors and expert interviews, the book devises innovative policy recommendations for governments to develop a framework conducive to fostering green investments.

About the author

Volz, Ulrich

Economist

Ulrich Volz

Further experts

Breuer, Anita

Political Scientist 

Dombrowsky, Ines

Economist 

Haldenwang, Christian von

Political Scientist 

Horstmann, Britta

Geographer 

Houdret, Annabelle

Political Scientist 

Koch, Svea

Social Scientist 

Leininger, Julia

Political Scientist 

Mehl, Regine

Political Scientist 

Messner, Dirk

Political Scientist 

Pauw, Pieter

Environment Scientist 

Scholz, Imme

Sociologist 

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