How are climate risks transmitted to the macroeconomy and financial systems? Which modelling frameworks best grasp the complex linkages between climate change, the economy and financial markets? How can they help in improving monetary and financial policies? What should be the role of central banks in tackling climate change?
Our forum on Climate Change, Macroeconomics and Finance, delves into these questions and more. It provides rigorous research, debates, and sound insights in economics. It aims at providing a unique source of information and debate for academics, central bankers and policy makers on ongoing research and policy options. It also aspires to aggregate knowledge from around the globe and trigger the engagement of economists who are studying the environmental challenges ahead of us.
Our twice-monthly webinars will host scholars to discuss their research. Members of our forum – economists from academia, central banks, international institutions and think tanks – will have the chance to comment and discuss the findings on our platform.
The webinars are open to the public. If you would like to join our forum please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Monday March 8, 2021
12:00pm EST, 6:00pm CET
Monday May 17, 2021
12:00pm EDT, 6:00pm CET
Monday June 14, 2021
6:00am EDT, 12:00pm CET
Monday June 28, 2021
12:00pm EDT, 6:00pm CET
Emanuele Campiglio is Associate Professor at the University of Bologna. He is also Visiting Fellow at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) and Affiliated Scientist at the RFF-CMCC European Institute on Economics and the Environment (EIEE). Previously, he was Assistant Professor at the Vienna University of Economics and Business (WU). His research focuses on the links between climate change, macro-financial systems and sustainability transitions. He is the recipient of a 5-year European Research Council (ERC) Starting Grant for the project SMOOTH (Sustainable Finance for a Smooth Low-Carbon Transition). He was also a principal investigator in the CASCADES (H2020), WINDOW (OeNB) and GreenMacro (Mistra) projects.
Dr. Matteo Di Castelnuovo is Director of the Master in Sustainability and Energy Management (MaSEM) at Bocconi University, Director of the Africa Lab, Coordinator of the Just Energy Transition Team in the Sustainability Lab and SDA Professor of Practice in Energy Economics at SDA Bocconi School of Management. He is also the faculty representative in the Energy and Utilities Topic within the Bocconi Alumni Community. Dr Di Castelnuovo has over twenty years of experience working on energy markets. Prior to going back to academia in 2004, he has worked for a few years as a strategic energy consultant in the UK. His research interests are energy economics, regulation, market design, liberalization, energy and climate policy, low-carbon technologies and energy access in developing countries.
Pierre Monnin is a Senior Fellow with CEP where he is focusing on the environmental and social effects of monetary policy. His research on climate change concentrates on the implications of climate risks for the financial sector, as well as on the integration of these risks in monetary policy. Prior to that he has been with the Swiss National Bank (SNB) in various roles, mainly related to financial stability. He also worked in the financial sector, developing asset allocation strategies for alternative investments.
The E-axes Forum on Climate Change, Macroeconomics and Finance in collaboration with the SOAS Centre for Sustainable Finance is organizing a panel discussion on policy options currently being debated at monetary and financial authorities in Latin America.
Rafael Del Villar Alrich
Chief Advisor to the Governor
Banco de México
Mariana Escobar Uribe
Head of Sustainable Finance Superintendencia Financiera de Colombia
Carolina Flores Tapia
Head of the Market Development Unit Research Division
Coordinator Climate Change Task Force
Commission for the Financial Market Chile
The E-axes Forum on Climate Change, Macroeconomics and Finance in collaboration with the Council on Economic Policies organized a panel discussion which explored policy options – for large-scale asset purchases, long-term refinancing operations, collateral framework and prudential regulation – to green the financial system, as well as debate their feasibility and effectiveness.
Head of Monetary Policy Strategy Division, ECB
Head of Research, Deutsche Bundesbank
Senior Advisor, Banco de España