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30th November/ 1st December 2021

2nd CEFGroup Climate Finance Symposium

 

 

The Climate and Energy Finance Group (CEFGroup) welcomes submissions of papers for its second academic climate finance symposium. We welcome papers in all areas of climate, sustainable, energy and carbon finance. All accepted papers will be allocated a discussant.

We intend to divide the symposium into two broad tracks. Day one will have a focus on climate finance and related innovative methodologies (GIS modelling, simulation, stress testing, machine learning etc.) and policy implications. Day two will focus more on conventional empirical and theoretical papers in sustainable finance.

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3rd/ 4th December 2020

1st CEFGroup Climate Finance Symposium

 

 

The Climate and Energy Finance Group (CEFGroup) welcomes submissions of papers for its inaugural academic climate finance symposium. We welcome papers in all areas of climate, sustainable, energy and carbon finance.

Day one will have a policy and Asia-Pacific orientation, where we welcome less technical policy oriented research. Day two will focus more on conventional empirical and theoretical finance papers, as well as innovative quantitative approaches (GIS modelling, simulation, stress testing, linking climate and financial modes etc.).

10th/ 11th September 2020

Online Workshop on Climate Finance in Asia and Australasia, Tied to 3rd GRASFI Conference 2020

The aim of the workshop is to encourage community building among researchers focused on climate finance in Asia and Australasia. We take a broad definition of climate finance-related topics (see list of topics below) and we welcome submissions from a range of methodological approaches (empirical analyses, theoretical, macroeconomic/monetary-environment models, case studies, policy analyses etc.). Papers should have clear relevance to policy or investment practice and utilise Asian and Australasian data or context.