Macro-Economics of Climate Change

One of the major challenges of thinking about the macroeconomics of climate change is the magnitude of risks and uncertainties. How will temperatures evolve, and how will the climate react? How will climate policies change? How will individuals respond to these policies? What about central banks? Will the transition be orderly or disorderly? Who receives carbon revenue and how is it spent?

NIESR’s climate modelling work, which makes use of its longstanding macroeconomic model NiGEM, offers insights into the macroeconomic implications of many of these areas of uncertainty.

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Introduction: Special issue on ‘The macroeconomics of Climate Change’

30 Dec 2021

National Institute Economic Review

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Climate change and fiscal sustainability: risks and opportunities

30 Dec 2021

National Institute Economic Review

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An investigation of carbon taxes and terms-of-trade in a large macroeconometric mode

30 Dec 2021

National Institute Economic Review

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Improving food policies for a climate insecure world: Evidence from Ethiopia

30 Dec 2021

National Institute Economic Review

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Climate Policies: Tools, Challenges and Obstacles

30 Dec 2021

National Institute Economic Review

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Carbon tax could temporarily raise inflation and lower GDP in most OECD economies

05 Nov 2021

Global Economic Outlook Topical Feature

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