Climate risk and IMF surveillance policy: a baseline analysis

Climate Policy, December 2021

Author(s):

Luma Ramos

Boston University, Boston University Global Development Policy Center, Boston, United States

Kevin P. Gallagher

Boston University, Boston University Global Development Policy Center, Boston, United States

Corinne Stephenson

Boston University, Boston University Global Development Policy Center, Boston, United States

Irene Monasterolo

EDHEC Business School, France

Climate Policy, December 2021

Type: Academic publication
Date: le 31/12/2021
Research Cluster : Finance
Source : Climate Policy

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