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  • How Could We Finance Low-Carbon Investments in Europe?
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    Mercredi 21 Octobre 2015
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    How Could We Finance Low-Carbon Investments in Europe?

    Par Michel Aglietta, Vincent Aussilloux, Étienne Espagne et Baptiste Perrissin-Fabert - This year, Europe is confronted with a critical double challenge: addressing the …
  • Nick Hanauer
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    Samedi 17 Octobre 2015
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    Shared Security, Shared Growth

    Our changing economy has given rise to a nation of freelancers and contractorsand the need for a twenty-first-century social contract.
  • The promotion of Life Long Learning (LLL) has become a high priority in the economic and social agenda of OECD countries.
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    Vendredi 09 Octobre 2015
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    Promoting Life Long Learning through Individual Accounts

    A highly educated population appears as a key factor of not only competitiveness, but also social cohesion.
  • The “$100 000 000 000 per year” question
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    Jeudi 08 Octobre 2015
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    The 100 Billion Dollar a Year Question

    By Christian de Perthuis and Pierre-André Jouvet - A mechanism of carbon “bonus-malus” is proposed, where the average emission rate of world countries serves as the …
  • Supporting the Energy Transition
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    Jeudi 01 Octobre 2015
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    Supporting the Energy Transition: the Role of Low Interest Rates

    By Pierre Monnin (CEP, Zurich) - Low interest rates tend to favor ‘green technologies’ competitiveness while also increasing their cost volatility.
  • Financial Innovation and The State - Lessons for 21st Century Climate Finance from the 19th Century Railways Era
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    Jeudi 01 Octobre 2015
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    Financial Innovation and The State - Lessons for 21st Century Climate Finance from the 19th Century Railways Era: Extended Summary

    By Dipak Dasgupta (Board Member of Global Climate Fun, India) - This paper seeks to bring a historical perspective to current global financial architecture issues on the …
  • The Role of International Financial Institutions, Central Banks and Monetary Policies in the Low-Carbon Transition
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    Jeudi 01 Octobre 2015
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    The Role of International Financial Institutions, Central Banks and Monetary Policies in the Low-Carbon Transition

    By Colin Hines (Finance for the Future) - An argument in favor of Green infrastructure Quantitative Easing.