The Forum provides rigorous research, debates, and sound economic insights to thematic issues such as: How are climate risks transmitted to the macroeconomy and financial systems? Which modelling frameworks best grasp the complex linkages between climate change, the economy and financial markets? How can they help in improving monetary and financial policies? What should the role of central banks be in tackling climate change?
Former Acting Assistant Secretary of State and Principal Deputy
Rosen Family Chair in International Finance Brandeis International Business School
Senior Policy Fellow
Grantham Institute on Climate Change and the Environment
Academic Director International Relations And Global Studies
Adrian von Jagow is a PhD student at the Institute for Ecological Economics at Vienna University of Economics and Business (WU) and joined E-axes Forum shortly after its inception. His current research interest is in green retail finance and the relationship of financial market structure and environmental change
Anushka Negi is currently pursuing a master's degree in Socio-Ecological Economics and Policy from the Vienna University of Economics and Business (WU). She has previously interned at policy think tanks and social and environmental consultancies where she gained interest in the correlations and intersections between the environment, social systems, and the economy. Her current research interest is in identifying the role of monetary policies toward ecological and sustainable development. .
J.Christopher Proctor is a PhD student in economics at the University of Technology of Compiègne and Roma Tre University. His current research is investigating the economic potential for the energy transition using integrated climate-economy modeling. He is a longtime member of the student movement for pluralism in economics and is an editor of Rethinking Economics: An Introduction to Pluralist Economics.
Nicolò Florenzio is a Researcher at the Centre for Research on Geography, Resources, Environment , Energy and Network (GREEN) at Bocconi University. His current research interest is in development economics, focusing on the local impact of climate-induced changes in commodity exports. Previously, he worked as an RA at Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei, the European University Institute and the University of Turin.