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Central Banks and Climate Change

| 21 February 2020
Blog, Monetary | Tags: Central Banks, Climate Change, Credit Risk, Governing Finance
Central banks must supplement their risk processes to reflect climate risks. This is neither a conflict of objectives nor an overburdening of their mandate, but a fiduciary duty.... continue reading

Towards a Policy Framework of Globalization: Interconnections between Tax, Trade and Investment

Upcoming: 10-11 June 2020
Fiscal, Trade, Workshops | Tags: Carbon Tax, Investment, Tax Expenditures
This two-day workshop seeks to gather 30 experts from academia, international and regional organizations as well as government officials to discuss and exchange around the policy implications of and interconnections... continue reading

A European Anti–Money Laundering Supervisor: From Vision to Legislation

and | 10 February 2020
Blog, Monetary | Tags: AML, Financial Supervision, Governing Finance
The European Union is moving toward implementing a policy to strengthen anti–money laundering (AML) supervision across its Single Market, namely enforcing requirements on banks and other firms to ensure they... continue reading

Scenarios for Fiscal Space. Adapting to the Long-Term Challenges of Climate Change

| 28 January 2020
Discussion Notes, Fiscal | Tags: Climate Change, Fiscal Space, IMF
Climate change poses significant challenges for governments seeking to assess their long-run financial condition. Looking forward, climate change is likely to threaten multiple aspects of a country’s economy. Governments will... continue reading

Should Monetary Policy Take Inequality and Climate Change into Account?

| 24 January 2020
Discussion Notes, Monetary | Tags: Climate Change, Governing Finance, Inequality
Should central banks take more account of ethical issues, notably the impact of monetary policy actions on the distribution of income and wealth and on efforts to combat climate change,... continue reading