Handbook of Research on Energy and Environmental Finance 4.0

Handbook of Research on Energy and Environmental Finance 4.0

Release Date: February, 2022|Copyright: © 2022 |Pages: 545
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-7998-8210-7
ISBN13: 9781799882107|ISBN10: 1799882101|EISBN13: 9781799882114
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Description:

Energy and environmental finance (EEF) is an emerging global phenomenon. During the last few decades, many countries started monitoring EEF practices. Major components of these practices include costs, fraud, scandals, and more. Among several problems, the most prevalent is the lack of awareness about the issues of EEF among various stakeholders.

The Handbook of Research on Energy and Environmental Finance 4.0 is an international reference that provides understanding and lessons learned in all aspects of EEF in individual, organizational, and societal experiences. This book examines research in the shape of experience, implementation, and application. Covering topics such as clean power, energy poverty, and environmental degradation, this book is a dynamic resource for academicians, researchers, professionals who work within the domains of EEF, EEF regulators, scholars of EEF, managers involved in EEF organizations, law practitioners involved in EEF regulations, auditors involved in audit and control systems of EEF, university professors, and students pursuing studies and research in EEF.

Coverage:

The many academic areas covered in this publication include, but are not limited to:

  • Clean Power
  • Energy Consumption
  • Energy Finance
  • Energy Poverty
  • Energy Subsidy Reduction
  • Environmental Degradation
  • Environmental Finance
  • Environmental Pollution
  • Financial Merket
  • Global Oil Prices
  • Macroeconomic Performance
  • Sustainability
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Regarding the chapter titled "Financial Assessment Model for Energy Streams: Evidence From the Middle East":

According to the available statistics of the Iranian Industries Organization, about 334 different types of industries have been identified and confirmed. Each industry has a huge portfolio of similar industries. This study was conducted empirically in certain clusters. Industries were divided into 8 separate groups with 4 main factors, depending on nominal capacity. The most important factors involved were the number of employees, electricity, fuel, and water consumed. The reported values were shifted and estimated based on energy stream/revenue in currency. The initial data of this study were the findings of the both Iranian industries organization and the Iranian environment protection agency that assessed before the construction of each industry individually. The information encompassed the most authoritative database for Iranian industries, which is the first research published in English in this regard. In the present chapter, we tried to identify the input (initial feed or energy stream) and output (products shifted in the currency as revenue) materials introduced into industries, energy consumed for industries individually, the weighted average of factors among whole industries using multi-criteria decision-making models, and significant differences and correlation among industries and their factors. The investigated variables are important to develop a new type of classification for industries based on their performance via data envelopment analysis and executing energy streams.

– Prof. Malek Hassanpour, Osmania University, India
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Abdul Rafay is a practitioner cum academician. For more than 25 years, Mr. Rafay has been working as a freelance advisor, consultant & trainer to a wide variety of public & private sector national and multinational companies in the areas of Corporate Finance, Financial Policy & Implementation, Auditing & Assurance, Accountancy, Corporate Tax Management, Financial Technology, and System Consultancy. He has been providing consultancy to various industries including Textile, Auto Assembling, Footwear, Industrial/Agro Chemicals, Ice Cream/Dairies, Glass/Ceramics, Healthcare, Mining/Natural Resources, Packaging/Paper Sacking, Steel/Pipe Casting, Rice Processing, Brokerage/Co-operative Financing, Software Development, Real Estate, Printing/Publishing, and Construction/Civil Engineering, etc. Mr. Rafay is a Fellow member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Pakistan. He is also a member of various national and international professional bodies including the Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA), USA; Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE), USA. Since 2001, he has been a lifetime member of the Lahore Tax Bar Association. He has served as Co-regional Director (Founding) of Lahore-Islamabad Chapter of Professional Risk Managers International Association (PRMIA), Washington, USA (2011-2013). In 2012, he was nominated as Member: Education & Training Committee (ETCOM) of The Institute of Chartered Accountants of Pakistan (ICAP). He is also a member of ICAP’s “Islamic Finance working group” which is closely in liaison with the State Bank of Pakistan and other stakeholders for Islamic Finance Accounting and Auditing Standards. He is an Alumnus of Rausing Executive Development Center (REDC), Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS), Pakistan. In 2014, International Finance Corporation (World Bank Group) selected him for Training of Trainers (ToT) for Corporate Governance Action Planning for SMEs. He is also an approved trainer for the Institute of Financial Markets of Pakistan (IFMP) established by the Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan (SECP), the corporate regulator. In 2013, his name got included in the list of "Certified Directors" as per Clause (xi) of The Code of Corporate Governance 2012 issued by SECP. Currently, he is on the board of a Listed Company as an Independent Director. For the last 27 years, Mr. Rafay has also been associated with teaching in some of the top business schools of Pakistan. His specialized subjects of interest include Strategic Corporate Finance, Financial Crimes, Financial Derivatives, Investments/Portfolio Analysis, International Financial Reporting Standards, Corporate Restructuring (Mergers & Acquisitions), Financial Statement Analysis & Corporate Taxation. He also served as an instructor in Civil Services Academy, Pakistan to train the CSS Officers selected by the Federal Public Service Commission of Pakistan (FPSC). Currently, he is a Professor of Finance & Accounting at the University of Management & Technology, Pakistan. He has published more than two dozen research papers in SSCI, ESCI and Scopus indexed journals published by reputed global publishers including Emerald, Sage, Taylor & Francis, Routledge and IGI Global. He contributed multiple chapters in Books edited by International Editors. He also edited international books on FinTech, Islamic Finance, Financial Crimes, Money Laundering, Terrorism Financing, Energy Finance, Environmental Finance and Technological/Financial Frauds published by IGI Global, USA.
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