Publications

Policy interactions and the transition to clean technology

Working paper by Ghassane Benmir, Josselin Roman on 22 Apr 2020

This paper assesses the effectiveness and interactions of different policies aimed at reducing carbon dioxide emissions, using a macro-financial framework. The research aims to provide central banks and similar institutions with the tools to contribute to climate change mitigation and demonstrates the importance of including these institutions in the push to reduce global emission levels. read more »


Is firm-level clean or dirty innovation valued more?

Working paper by Antoine Dechezleprêtre, Cal B. Muckley, Parvati Neelakantan on 3 Oct 2019

In this paper the authors raise the question of whether there is an economic incentive for firms to pursue strategies of clean, environmentally supportive innovation as opposed to carbon-emitting dirty innovation activities. read more »