This editorial was designed to summarize the contents and key aspects highlighted in this special issue on “Economic Analysis Underpinning Achievement of the SDGs.” The collection of twenty-one papers was partly drawn from the (1) Annual Conference of the European Association of Environmental and Resource Economists, (2) the Kyushu University Platform of Inter/Transdisciplinary Energy Research (Q-Pit) international workshop on “Low-Carbon Energy Transitions,” and (3) International Conference on Energy Finance (ICEF). The novelty of this issue is the application of economic and technological analysis toward both the evaluation and achievement of the SDGs at regional and global levels. The research presented in this issue helped understand current progress and research directions in the field of economic analysis underpinning the achievement of the SDGs.
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