The carbon bubble: climate policy in a fire-sale model of deleveraging

David Comerford, Alessandro Spiganti

Research output: Contribution to conferenceOther

Workshop

WorkshopCentral Banking, Climate Change and Environmental Sustainability
CityLondon
Period14/11/16 → …

Keywords

  • climate change
  • carbon bubble
  • carbon investment
  • fossil fuels
  • macroeconomics

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Comerford, D., & Spiganti, A. (2016). The carbon bubble: climate policy in a fire-sale model of deleveraging. Central Banking, Climate Change and Environmental Sustainability, London, .
Comerford, David ; Spiganti, Alessandro. / The carbon bubble : climate policy in a fire-sale model of deleveraging. Central Banking, Climate Change and Environmental Sustainability, London, .
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The carbon bubble : climate policy in a fire-sale model of deleveraging. / Comerford, David; Spiganti, Alessandro.

2016. Central Banking, Climate Change and Environmental Sustainability, London, .

Research output: Contribution to conferenceOther

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Comerford D, Spiganti A. The carbon bubble: climate policy in a fire-sale model of deleveraging. 2016. Central Banking, Climate Change and Environmental Sustainability, London, .