Creating competitiveness for poor countries in a carbon constrained world

November 2011 to September 2013

This project sets out to promote better economic policymaking which responds to the new opportunities and threats arising in a carbon-constrained global economy, and promotes green growth and jobs.

Its purpose is to establish a conceptual framework and propose a practical approach to help policymakers adjust their economic policies to the new context, and identify and capitalise on new opportunities.

The project will combine both top-down analysis of global trends in a carbon-constrained global economy, and the implications of those for sectoral sources of growth, with initial bottom-up understanding and engagement at national levels to assist countries in adapting their existing growth strategies as appropriate in light of these trends.

Outputs

Low-carbon competitiveness in Nepal

Research reports and studies | September 2013 | Karen Ellis, Alberto Lemma and Andrew Scott with Asish Subedi and Ratnakar Adhikari
A report on low-carbon competitiveness in Nepal
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Low carbon competitiveness

Working and discussion papers | March 2013 | Karen Ellis
This Working Paper analyses opportunities and threats for low-income countries, and the business case for low carbon investment.
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