The E-axes Forum on Climate Change, Macroeconomics, and Finance
Anh H. Le (Goethe University Frankfurt) highlights the need for heterogeneous responses to transition risk, such as macroprudential policies, carbon market permits, green quantitative easing, and green bonds

Olivier Darmouni (Columbia Business School) and Yuqi Zhang (Columbia Business School) who owns brown coal power plants, the single largest source of carbon emissions globally? They conduct a new study that shows while ownership by stock market investors is on the decline, private and especially state investors have grown significantly, slowing down the phase-out of fossil fuels.

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With the expiration of many tax cuts and unmet climate targets, 2025 could be a crucial year for climate policy in the United States. During this webinar, Catherine Wolfram (MIT) will assess climate policies that the U.S. federal government may consider going forward.

The 2024 E-axes Forum 

Research Prize

 

2023 WINNERS

 
SANGMIN S. OH
University of Chicago
ISHITA SEN
Harvard University
ANA-MARIA TENEKEDJIEVA
Federal Reserve Board
 

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