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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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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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