The State of India’s Digital Economy (SIDE) 2024 presents a new approach to measure digitalisation. This approach is better suited for developing countries like India for three reasons.

This publication provides initial guidance to countries on key enabling tools for attracting public and private sector investments in conservation and how to navigate the process.

Electrification has been a landmark of economic development for more than a century and electricity continues to find new uses today. The Government of India, after decades of effort and investment, in 2019 declared household electrification to be complete.

This report provides the following broad recommendations on how the adverse effects of an energy transition in the state of Jharkhand could be minimized which include: State-owned mining and power generation companies leveraging their large balance sheets and in-house expertise to diversify into other related businesses, that are likely to gain

The Tourism and Climate Change Stocktake 2023, through its 24 key findings, will reveal strengths and weaknesses in tourism climate adaptation, emission reduction, policy, finance, and capacity building. Its central message is that the whole tourism sector needs to “go further and faster” in its response to climate change.

The present study analyzes temporal and spatial trends in public expenditure on agriculture and irrigation in India. It links sub-period growth performance with expenditure based on structural breaks. The analysis pertains to the period between 1992/1993 and 2019/2020.

This report mainly deals with energy transition issues connected with the oil and gas sector, and energy transition will also significantly impact other sectors like industry, transport, cooking etc.

In the five years since its launch, the Clean Energy Transitions Programme (CETP) has become the largest and most important programme at the International Energy Agency (IEA).

This working paper explores the benefits and trade-offs of harnessing private sector health services as governments look to build more resilient, accessible, and affordable health systems and support the post-pandemic recovery.

Decentralisation has been one of the most prominent public sector reforms endorsed by international institutions. It has been initiated in a large number of developing economies, particularly in sub-Saharan Africa.