The E-axes Forum on Climate Change, Macroeconomics, and Finance

Emanuel Mönch, Kartik Athreya, Misa Tanaka

Policy Panel: “Inflation and Climate Change”

Event description

Join our policy panel, which will conclude our trilogy on the links between climate change and inflation. Our panelists will discuss the recent evidence of climate change and mitigation policies driving price levels and ask: are central banks in the position to act against these growing pressures? And what are the best instruments to do so?


Pierre Monnin
Senior Fellow, CEP

Emanuel Mönch

Professor of Financial and Monetary Economics
Emanuel Moench is Professor of Financial and Monetary Economics at Frankfurt School of Finance & Management. Prior to joining Frankfurt School, Emanuel was the Head of Research of Deutsche Bundesbank. In that role he co-lead the workstream on climate change and monetary policy as part of the ECB’s framework review. Emanuel obtained a Ph.D. and an M.A. in Economics from Humboldt University Berlin and an M.A. in Statistics from Ecole Nationale de la Statistique et de l’Aministration Economique.

Misa Tanaka

Head of Research
Misa is the Head of Research at the Bank of England. She has joined the Bank in 2002 after completing a D.Phil in Economics at Nuffield College, University of Oxford. She has held a number of positions across Monetary Analysis, Financial Stability, and Prudential Policy Areas of the Bank. Misa has previously published articles on international policy spillovers, bonus regulations, and sovereign debt finance in Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, Journal of Financial Intermediation, and Economic Journal, amongst others. Misa’s current research interests include prudential policies and the impact of climate change on the financial system.

Kartik Athreya

Executive Vice President and Director of Research
Kartik Athreya serves as Research Director for the Richmond Fed, and in that capacity leads the policy advisory process there. As a research economist, his interests lie in household finance and its macroeconomic implications. His work has appeared in a variety of leading journals. He earned his doctorate from the University of Iowa in 2000.

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