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The price of carbon: ways forward after COP-21

Environment & Natural Resources 
Post, November 26, 2015
By Christian de Perthuis, Pierre-André Jouvet, Raphaël Trotignon

Other posts on COP21
> Towards a Sustainable Financial System
> Environmental policy performance bonds
> How Could We Finance Low-Carbon Investments in Europe?
All posts on COP21 >

Is the exchange rate – oil price nexus stable over time?

Environment & Natural Resources 
Post, October 26, 2015
By Valérie Mignon, Jean-Pierre Allegret, Cécile Couharde, Tovonony Razafindrabe
It is a widely accepted view that many commodity-exporting countries have commodity currencies, in that movements in real commodity prices can explain fluctuations in their real exchange rates.
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After TPP: the EU shouldn’t rush into concluding TTIP

Trade & Globalization 
Post, October 15, 2015
By Sébastien Jean
Despite the magnitude of the Transpacific Partnership Agreement concluded by the United States, the EU should not heed calls to rush into concluding ongoing Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership talks under the Obama administration at any cost, and focus instead on negotiating a good agreement.
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Sovereign debt restructuring: alternative solutions

Money & Finance 
Post, September 24, 2015
By Christophe Destais
The implementation of a multilateral mechanism for sovereign debt restructuring that the UN is calling for, is illusory. However, progress could be achieved in different ways: improving the contractual terms, introducing new clauses on automatic debt reprofiling and using the leverage of international funding.
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The exit from the U.S. zero interest-rate policy should be done gradually

Money & Finance | Economic Policy 
Post, September 18, 2015
By Stéphane Lhuissier, Fabien Tripier
Once again, the Federal Reserve has postponed the date of exit from the zero lower bound. We show that the pace of the tightening cycle matters more than the exact timing of the first interest rate hike for the macroeconomy.
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China: what are the motivations of the recent depreciation of the RMB?

Emerging Countries | Money & Finance 
Post, September 14, 2015
By Christophe Destais
The decision to change the exchange rate regime of the renminbi taken by the Chinese authorities at the beginning of August might be less a response to the economic downturn than a further step, against all odds, in a bold but risky financial liberalization agenda.
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Was the IMF right to come to the rescue of Greece in 2010?

Europe | Money & Finance | Economic Policy 
Post, June 30, 2015
By Christophe Destais
Back in 2010, the Eurozone countries insisted a lot that the IMF provides exceptional financing to Greece. They will be duly reminded when the reckoning moment has come.
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Structural reforms: why did the term become so "toxic"?

Europe | Economic Policy 
Post, May 29, 2015
By Sophie Piton
From May 21 to May 23, the ECB organized its 2nd annual forum on Central banking. Mario Draghi's inaugural speech, as well as discussions on May 23rd, focused mainly on the need for structural reforms to strengthen growth in Europe.
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What could be Japan contribution to COP 21?

Environment & Natural Resources 
Post, May 28, 2015
By Evelyne Dourille-Feer
Europe was disappointed in the GHG emissions reduction proposal by Japan in the context of the COP 21: -25.4% between 2005 and 2030. Japan could nonetheless help move forward the climate issue by its technologies and original experiences.
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The Chinese game of Go in the international financial system

Emerging Countries | Money & Finance 
Post, May 12, 2015
By Christophe Destais
The rallying of major Western countries to the Asia Infrastructure Investment Bank provides yet another illustration of the relevance of the analogy between China's diplomacy and the game of Go aimed at placing pawns patiently to stifle one’s opponents and conquer territories.
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