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A climate stress-test of the financial system
The urgency of estimating the impact of climate risks on the financial system is increasingly recognized among scholars and practitioners. By adopting a network approach to financial dependencies, weExpand
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Understanding barriers to decision making in the UK energy-food-water nexus: The added value of interdisciplinary approaches
The nexus represents a multi-dimensional means of scientific enquiry which seeks to describe the complex and non-linear interactions between water, energy, food, with the climate, and furtherExpand
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The EIRIN Flow-of-funds Behavioural Model of Green Fiscal Policies and Green Sovereign Bonds
Fiscal and monetary policies, as well as new financial instruments, could play a key role to meet the Paris Agreement. However, deep uncertainty characterizes their design and their potential effectsExpand
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Opportunities for knowledge co-production across the energy-food-water nexus: Making interdisciplinary approaches work for better climate decision making
Abstract The relationship between the energy-food-water nexus and the climate is non-linear, multi-sectoral and time sensitive, incorporating aspects of complexity and risk in climate relatedExpand
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Vulnerable yet relevant: the two dimensions of climate-related financial disclosure
Market-based solutions to climate change are widely advocated by financial actors and policy makers in order to foster a smooth transition to a low-carbon economy. A first important limiting factorExpand
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The impact of phasing out fossil fuel subsidies on the low-carbon transition
There is growing consensus on the fact that fossil fuel subsidies provided by governments in high-income countries represent a misalignment on emissions’ reduction with the global climate agenda. InExpand
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How could the ECB ’ s monetary policy support the sustainable finance transition ?
In the context of greening the financial system and promoting climate-related financial disclosure, there has been a growing debate on the sector composition of the European Central Bank’sExpand
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CLIMAFIN Handbook: Pricing Forward-Looking Climate Risks Under Uncertainty
Aligning finance to sustainability requires methodologies to price forward-looking climate risks and opportunities in financial contracts and in investors' portfolios. Traditional approaches toExpand
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The European Regional Policy in Hungary. An Evaluation of the Objectives and Instruments for the Cohesion
The paper underlines the progresses Hungary undertook during the pre-accession process and after the European Union membership in regional economic development. Using official documents of theExpand
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A carbon risk assessment of central banks ' portfolios under 2 ° C aligned climate scenarios
A 2°C aligned transition could generate opportunities for sustainable growth, competitiveness and financial stability. Nevertheless, policy uncertainty creates new sources of risks. TraditionalExpand
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