climate models - The New School SCEPA

This year’s materials for the G20 Summit include a SCEPA research paper co-written by Willi Semmler, the Director of SCEPA’s Economics of Climate Change project. The paper investigates how to recover the European Union (EU)’s sense of common aims after the Covid-19 crisis to address challenges such as long-term scarring of the labor market, Climate Change, European social and health care system and sustainability of sovereign debt. 

What climate policies must be part of the global Covid-19 recovery plans to ensure better pathways to a low carbon economy?

Germany’s Die Zeit, one of Germany’s most influential newspapers, featured the work of Economist Willi Semmler, director of SCEPA’s Economics of Climate Change project, on climate policy and strategy.

This paper explains equilibrium concepts appropriate to modeling an un-corrected negative externality, such as climate change.

Working Paper — In this working paper, the authors analyze a basic growth model where they allow for global warming.

Economist Willi Semmler presented his research at a workshop organized by the Council on Economic Policies (CEP) and the Bank of England (BoE) on Central Banking, Climate Change, and Environmental Sustainability.

SCEPA is pleased to announce the publication of Dynamic Modeling, Empirical Macroeconomics, and Finance.

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) is ramping up its collaboration with climate change experts in the academic community.