Ukraine crisis and inflation: what are the options for European central banks?
The escalating crisis in Ukraine poses a challenge for central banks, highlighting inflationary pressures associated with the transition away from carbon as China competes with Europe for access to Russian gas.
Banker’s comments show we can’t rely on them to respond to the climate crisis
When HSBC’s responsible investment head asked who cares if Miami is underwater in 100 years, he revealed what global banks really think about the climate crisis, argues Lukasz Krebel of the New Economics Foundation.
Climate-neutral central banking: How the European System of Central Banks can support the transition to net-zero
This policy report examines why EU central banks need to adopt net-zero climate strategies and offers seven concrete recommendations for how they can do so. Jointly published by the London School of Economics’ Grantham Institute and SOAS University of London, …
Central Bank Market Neutrality is a Myth
The idea that the monetary policy portfolios of central banks can be market neutral is comprehensively dismantled in this article.