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Poster session

Thursday, September 26 2019

Corporate Bond Credit Spread and Climate Policy Risk, Winta Beyene (University of Zurich & Swiss Finance Institute, Lausanne) and Kathrin de Greiff (University of Zurich & Swiss Finance Institute, Lausanne)


Concessional Lending and SDGS: Dealing with Social and Environmental Externalities in Imperfect Markets, Massimo Cingolani (European Investment Bank)


Climate Change Risks, Stock Returns, and the Oil Sector, Michael Donadelli (Ca' Foscari University of Venice & SAFE - Goethe University Frankfurt), Patrik Grüning (Bank of Lithuania & Vilnius University) and Steffen Hitzemann (Rutgers Business School)


Extending ‘Environment-Risk Weighted Assets’: EU Taxonomy and Banking Supervision, Lorenzo Esposito (Bank of Italy & Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Milan), Giuseppe Mastromatteo (Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Milan) and Andrea Molocchi (Ministero dell’Ambiente e della Tutela del Territorio e del Mare)


Disclosure of Climate Risks and ESG Information, Andrea Gasperini (AIAF, Milan) and Federica Doni (University of Milano-Bicocca)


Framing Bias in Mortgage Refinancing Decisions and Monetary Policy Pass-through, Virginia Gianinazzi (USI Lugano & Swiss Finance Institute, Lausanne)

Modelling Volatility Interactions in Multivariate GARCH Models with Multiplicative Decomposition, Susana Martins (University of Oxford)

High-resolution Global Datasets of Climate Extreme and Sectoral Impact Indicators, Malcolm Mistry (Ca' Foscari University of Venice & Euro-Mediterranean Center on Climate Change, Venice)


Climate-Related Scenarios and their Impact on the Credit Risk of Upstream Oil & Gas Companies, Luka Vidovic (S&P Global Market Intelligence, London), Giorgio Baldassarri Höger von Högersthal (S&P Global Market Intelligence, London) and Cristiano Zazzara (S&P Global Market Intelligence, London)


Firm- and Country-level Determinants of Green Investments: an Empirical Analysis, Sergey Barabanov (University of Saint Thomas), Thomas Walker (Concordia University, Montreal), Stefan Wendt (Reykjavik University) and Wangchao Yuan (Concordia University, Montreal)

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