Attend the 7th edition of the "Green Finance Research Advances" conference
On December 14 and 15 (2022), three EDHEC professors - Mirco Rubin, David Zerbib and Irene Monasterolo - will participate in the Green Finance Research Advances event co-organised, online and in person, by the Banque de France and the Institut Louis Bachelier.
The Green Finance Research Advances event is an international research conference for academics and professionals, co-organised by the Banque de France and the Institut Louis Bachelier, with the participation of Finance for Tomorrow and the Institute for Climate Economics-I4CE.
The 7th edition takes place on 14 and 15 December 2022 in Paris and online, entirely in English.
The interventions of EDHEC Business School professors
Mirco Rubin, Associate Professor at EDHEC
- December 14, 11:20-11:45
- Time-varying Environmental Betas and Latent Green Factors
- This paper has been co-written with Emanuele Chini, Research Engineer, EDHEC-Risk Climate Impact Institute and PhD student, EDHEC Business School.
David Zerbib, Associate Professor at EDHEC
- D. Zerbib is also an Affiliate member of the EDHEC-Risk Climate Impact Institute
- December 14,, 11:45-12:10
- When Green Investors Are Green Consumers
Irene Monasterolo, Professor of Climate Finance at EDHEC
- I. Monasterolo is also Director of the programme "Impact of Finance on Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation" within the EDHEC-Risk Climate Impact Institute
- December 15, 9:50-10:15
- The double materiality of climate physical and transition risks in the euro area
Objective of the conference
This event brings together academics, finance practitioners and regulators, to discuss together research issues related to the integration of climate risks (more generally, environmental issues) into macro-economic modelling/forecasting and into the risk assessment of the financial sector.
While climate risks have much longer time horizons than traditional financial risks and cannot be dealt with without a clear understanding of long-term phenomena governing the joint evolution of climate and the economy, the short and medium-term aspects of energy transition are crucial for an orderly transition and are perhaps less well studied in the economic literature. This upcoming 7th Green Finance Research Advances therefore aims to highlight the short and medium-term climate risks and obstacles to energy transition and the role of central banks in addressing them.
- To see the full programme : https://green-finance-research-advances-2022.org/
- To register (compulsory), follow this link
- Venue : Auditorium Banque de France, 31 rue Croix-des-petits-champs - 75001 Paris