Virtual Seminar on Climate Economics
The Virtual Seminar on Climate Economics is an online seminar series hosted by the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco. The seminar is open to everyone interested in research on the economics of climate change—including topics drawn from macroeconomics, microeconomics, finance, econometrics, and environmental economics.
We convene on Zoom for a 50-minute talk and up to 25 minutes of discussion and Q&A.
Please submit your registration to receive emails with Zoom links to attend the series. You only need to register once to automatically get an email for each upcoming Virtual Seminar on Climate Economics with a link to join.
- Glenn Rudebusch (Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco)
- Michael Bauer (University of Hamburg)
- Stephie Fried (Arizona State University)
- òscar Jordà (Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco)
- Toan Phan (Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond)
To get in touch, share feedback or suggestions, or propose a speaker, please email us at email@example.com.
Solomon Hsiang, University of California, Berkeley
Valuing the Global Mortality Consequences of Climate Change
November 12, 2020: SF 8:00am, NYC 11:00am, BERLIN 5:00pm
Stephie Fried, Arizona State University
Seawalls and Stilts: A Quantitative Macro Study of Climate Adaptation
December 3, 2020: SF 8:00am, NYC 11:00am, BERLIN 5:00pm
December 17, 2020: SF 8:00am, NYC 11:00am, BERLIN 5:00pm
January 14, 2021: SF 8:00am, NYC 11:00am, BERLIN 5:00pm
Irene Monasterolo, Vienna University of Economics and Business
The Climate Spread of Corporate and Sovereign Bonds
January 28, 2021: SF 8:00am, NYC 11:00am, BERLIN 5:00pm
July 16, 2020
Simon Dietz, London School of Economics
Are Economists Getting Climate Dynamics Right and Does It Matter?
July 30, 2020
August 13, 2020
September 3, 2020
September 17, 2020
Lint Barrage, University of California at Santa Barbara
The Fiscal Costs of Climate Change in the United States
September 24, 2020
October 8, 2020
October 22, 2020