Archive: March 2023

Governing Finance and Climate Change – The Role of Central Banks and Financial Supervisors in Addressing Climate-Related Financial Risks

13 April 2023 | Washington, D.C., United States
Monetary, Panel | Tags: Central Banks, Climate Risks, Financial Supervision
The Institute for International Economic Policy (IIEP) at GWU, in partnership with the Council on Economic Policies, recently hosted a morning event on Governing Finance and Climate Change in Washington. ... continue reading

From Trilemma to Triple Dividend: Clean, Affordable and Secure Energy

| 29 March 2023
Fiscal, Blog | Tags: Energy, Fossil Fuel Subsidies, Tax Expenditures
Governments seek to achieve simultaneously the three objectives of clean, affordable and secure energy. Some perceive them to be a daunting "Energy Trilemma" and call for energy security and affordability to be prioritised. ... continue reading

Global Financial Networked Governance – The Power of the Financial Stability Board and its Limits

| 27 March 2023
Books | Tags: Finance Stability, Governing Finance
Peter Knaack's book provides a careful analysis of the Financial Stability Board (FSB) and the standard-setters under its umbrella, showing how government networks harness the power of public reputation to herd their members into compliance. ... continue reading

ATI Regional Workshop on Tax Expenditures (Asia): Key Takeaways

1-3 March 2023 | Manila, Philippines
Fiscal, Workshops | Tags: Tax Expenditures
The ATI Regional Workshop on tax expenditures with a focus on Asia brought together nearly 60 participants from 13 countries who shared a common commitment to enhancing national frameworks in the tax expenditure field. ... continue reading

Two Sessions 2023: Reforming China’s Financial Governance

and | 22 March 2023
Monetary, Blog | Tags: China, Economic Growth, Financial Stability
Over the past years, China has reformed the governance of its financial system to better serve its development path. ... continue reading