Monitoring the Climate Impact of Fiscal Policy - Lessons from Tracking the COVID-19 Response

@article{Funke2021MonitoringTC,
  title={Monitoring the Climate Impact of Fiscal Policy - Lessons from Tracking the COVID-19 Response},
  author={Katja Funke and Guohua Emily Huang and Khaled Eltokhy and Yujin Kim and Genet Zinabou},
  journal={IMF Working Papers},
  year={2021}
}
In the wake of the COVID-19 crisis, governments around the world announced unprecedented fiscal packages to address the economic impact of the crisis. The unusually large scale of the packages was accompanied by widespread calls for “greening” them to meet the dual goals of economic recovery and environmental sustainability. In response, several researchers and international organizations attempted to assess the “greenness” of the fiscal policy response of the world’s largest economies. This… 
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