This event has been postponed until Spring 2021. The new date will be announced soon.
You are invited to submit a paper to the Symposium on climate change, financial markets and green growth, organised by the Centre for Economic Policy Research (CEPR), the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (ERBD), and the European Central Bank (ECB). The symposium will provide a platform for researchers and policymakers to discuss new research and to identify areas where further academic and policy-oriented work is needed. Areas of particular interest include, but are not limited to:
- financial markets, monetary policy and climate change;
- climate risks faced by households, firms, investors and banks;
- environmental policies and macroeconomic dynamics;
- climate change, financial stability and prudential supervision;
- incorporating climate change into macroeconomic modelling and growth forecasts;
- measuring the costs of climate change as well as climate change mitigation and adaptation;
- greening the financial system;
- the impact of environmental quality on individual productivity, employment and wellbeing;
- the role of governments and firms in fighting climate change;
- firm-level energy efficiency and how to improve it;
- corporate environmental responsibility;
- stranded assets for energy and carbon-intensive industries.
The cost of accommodation and travel will be covered for speakers and discussants.
If you are interested in participating, please email your full paper to Lucie Newman at NewmanL@ebrd.com.
The subject line should read “Submission: Climate Change, Finance and Green Growth”. If a paper has more than one author, please indicate who will present it and whether or not the presenter would also be willing to act as a discussant. The submission deadline is 10 February 2020 and authors will be notified about whether their papers have been accepted by 25 February 2020.
Organising and Programme Committee
Ellen Bruno (University of California, Berkeley)
Ralph De Haas (EBRD, CEPR and Tilburg University)
Manthos Delis (University of Montpelier)
Tatyana Deryugina (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and NBER)
Eugenie Dugoua (London School of Economics)
Beata Javorcik (EBRD, CEPR and University of Oxford)
Marcin Kacperczyk (Imperial College London and CEPR)
Michael Koetter (Halle Institute for Economic Research)
Philipp Krueger (University of Geneva and Swiss Finance Institute)
Luc Laeven (ECB and CEPR)
Ross Levine (University of California, Berkeley and NBER)
Mirabelle Muuls (Imperial College London)
Steven Ongena (University of Zurich and CEPR)
Alexander Popov (ECB)
Zacharias Sautner (Frankfurt School of Finance & Management)
Sophie Shive (University of Notre Dame)
Laura Starks (University of Texas at Austin and NBER)
Johannes Stroebel (New York University and NBER)
Jeffrey Wurgler (New York University and NBER)
Constantine Yannelis (New York University and NBER)
The conference will be held at the ECB, Sonnemannstrasse 20, Frankfurt.