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Call for Papers

The adoption of the Paris Agreement on climate change and the UN 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development marks a historical international commitment to the objective of a more sustainable economy and society. How to mobilise the necessary financing for green and sustainable investments is thus a primary need.

Meanwhile, Regulators are discussing about a green-supporting or a brown-penalising factor since they want to make sure financial institutions are prepared. It is to find the way to support sustainable investments but it is primarily a discussion about credit risk.

The banking and insurance industries and more in general the financial sector has to develop new asset management strategies and to adjust their credit allocation practices to cope with these new challenges and take advantage of the new opportunities. All these changes call for a substantial amount of research to improve the knowledge of the mechanisms at play and to design adapted policy tools.

The organizers encourage submissions of papers on any topic within the overall theme of the conference and in the following areas in particular:

  • Analysis of climate change effects on companies’ creditworthiness, in terms of risk exposure and possible loss of business continuity; understanding on how to integrate the environmental risk and opportunities of banks’ or insurers’ counterparties in the credit process
  • Development of metrics for climate-related financial risks and investments opportunities; definition of an EU environmental and climate change (ECC) risk categorising system by economic sectors/sub-sectors for ECC screening to provide a sound and reliable basis for setting high-level policies for credit protection and allocation.
  • Analysis of the climate change impact on the insurance sector and on the development of non-life and reinsurance products for the corporate and retail segments.
  • Analysis of climate-aligned developments in the financial markets (e.g. green bonds) and opportunities for financial institutions in fostering the low-carbon transition.
  • Transmission channels of climate-related shocks from the real economy to financial institutions’ portfolios and amplification mechanisms of climate-related shocks through credit chains.
  • Assessment of the potential impact of green financial policies, including climate-aligned monetary policies and macroprudential regulation.
  • Big data and artificial intelligence to assess and manage the corporate exposures to climate change factors.

Those wishing to present a paper at the Conference should submit by May 31, 2019 to the address given below (preferably in electronic format).

Please indicate to whom correspondence should be addressed.

Decisions regarding acceptance will be made by June 30, 2019.

The final version of accepted papers must be received by August 31, 2019.

 

Please send papers to:
GRETA Associati
San Polo, 2605 - 30125 Venice, ITALY
Phone : +39 041 5238178
Fax : +39 041 5286166
E-mail: credit@greta.it

 

Sponsors:
GRETA
European DataWarehouse
Intesa San Paolo
 

 

 

 

Auspices:
Dipartimento di Economia ICEF
ABI
AIAF

JRC - European Commission

 

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