Stephen Cecchetti and Rick van der Ploeg

“E-axes Forum Launch Event”

Event description

12:00-12:05pm
Introduction
Presentation of the new E-axes Forum and its mission.
Anastasia Pappas, PhD
Founder E-axes Forum

12:05-12:20pm
“Challenges for central bankers posed by climate change”
Stephen Cecchetti
Rosen Family Chair in International Finance, Brandeis International Business School

12:20-12-50pm
Presentation of policy project
Pierre Monnin
Senior Fellow, Council on Economic Policies
Adrian von Jagow
Senior Associate, E-axes Forum

12:50-1:05pm
“The state of research in climate economics”
Rick van der Ploeg
Professor of Economics, Oxford University

1:05-1:20pm
Presentation of research classification project
Emanuele Campiglio
Associate Professor, University of Bologna
Esther Shears
PhD Candidate, University of California, Berkeley

1:20-1:30pm
Q&A

Stephen Cecchetti

Rosen Family Chair in International Finance
Stephen G. Cecchetti is Rosen Family Chair in International Finance at the Brandeis International Business School, Research Associate at the NBER, Research Fellow at the CEPR, and Vice-Chair of the Advisory Scientific Committee of the European Systemic Risk Board. From 2008 to 2013, Cecchetti served as Economic Adviser and Head of the Monetary and Economic Department at the Bank for International Settlements in Basel, Switzerland. From 1997 to 1999 he was Director of Research at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.

Rick van der Ploeg

Professor of Economics and Research Director of the Oxford Centre for Analysis of Resource Rich Economies
Rick van der Ploeg is Professor of Economics and Research Director of OXCARRE, Oxford University and (part-time) University Distinguished Professor of Environmental Economics at the University of Amsterdam. He was formerly at University of Cambridge, LSE, EUI, Florence and at Tilburg and VU Amsterdam Universities. His research interests span (open economy) macroeconomics, public finance and development with interests in climate economics. He has consultancy experience with IMF, OECD, EU, World Bank, ADB, AfDB and the private sector.

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