The Banque de France, the ACPR and the Toulouse School of Economics are organizing a joint workshop on economic models and tools against climate change, on December 12, 2019, Paris.
Climate change is a major concern for central banks for two reasons:
This workshop aims at discussing both fundamental and applied research on climate change related to the core activity of central banks. This includes a discussion of various types of models usable to formalize the interplay between climate change. It also includes presentations of empirical assessments of the various policy tools implemented to change carbon-consumption behaviors.
An interdisciplinary conference on “Adapting to survive : climate change and finance” will take place on the day after, Friday December 13th.
Welcome address: Olivier Garnier, Banque de France, General Director for Statistics, Economics and International Relations
Session 1 Fundamental models of carbon use
Fanny Henriet (PSE), with R. Coulomb (Univ of Melbourne) & L. Reitzmann (Polytechnique)
Session 2 Financial risk
T. Allen, J. Boissinot, CM. Caicedo-Graciano, V. Chouard, L. Clerc, S. Dees, A. de Gaye, M-E. de La Serve, M. Després, A. Devulder, S. Haincourt, B. Hallinger, N. Lisack, JS. Mésonnier, S. Peyron, M. Rabate, R. Svartzman, L. Vernet (BdF)
Session 3 Financial tools
Louis-Gaëtan Giraudet (École des Ponts & CIRED)
Julien Xavier Daubanes with JC. Rochet (Univ de Genève)
Session 4 Carbon consumption and policies
Gilbert Cette (BdF & AMSE) with C. Alestra (AMSE), V. Chouard (BdF) & R. Lecat (BdF)
Updated on: 12/23/2019 13:11