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This report provides an overview of the 21 projects commissioned by INSPIRE - the International Network for Sustainable Financial Policy Insights, Research and Exchange - up to spring 2020. The first preliminary results presented in this report point towards important policy implications, as well to the need for further research and exchange between researchers and central banks and supervisors. Read more

This paper (forthcoming in the Oxford Review of Economic Policy) assesses the economic and climate impact of taking a green route out of the COVID-19 crisis. The analysis is based on a survey 231 central bank officials, finance ministry officials, and other economic experts from G20 countries on the relative performance of 25 major fiscal recovery archetypes across four dimensions: speed of implementation, economic multiplier, climate impact potential, and overall desirability. Read more

This Primer discusses the heterogeneous manner in which climate change messaging is received by different audiences, how social scientific approaches could help to better tailor climate change messaging to this varied landscape, and how attempts to close this gap must consider the emotional and affective dimensions of climate messaging. Read more

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