Registration for conference attendees now open!
The Asia School of Business, Bank Negara Malaysia, Council on Economic Policies, sustainable macro and INSPIRE invite you to this conference, taking place in person in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, on 19-20 October 2023. The conference addresses challenges posed by nature loss, including deforestation and land-use change, and the related environmental risks and impacts for the macroeconomy and finance. It aims to also discuss implications for monetary policy, financial supervision and climate policy.
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Dr Norhana Endut, Assistant Governor, Bank Negara Malaysia
Allan Hsiao, Assistant Professor, Economics and Public Affairs, Princeton University
Please click on the link below to register for the conference as an on-site or online attendee.
A full agenda will be made available below in early September, when the final list of presenters will be published. A PDF version of the invitation is available for download here. Please share it with your networks!
Call for Papers
The global economy faces new risks due to the degradation of nature and the unsustainable extraction of renewable and non-renewable resources. The micro- and macro-economic impacts of nature loss have received increasing attention in the last few years and the importance of addressing the degradation of different aspects of nature (soil, water, forest, biodiversity), their interactions with each other and interconnections with climate change is increasingly understood. However, the financial implications are still largely unexplored.
The uncertain future development of nature degradation poses several questions for research in macroeconomics, finance, and environmental policy studies as a whole. To advance insights in the field, both for academia and practitioners, this conference aims to gather early researchers to present new studies, discuss the state of current knowledge and identify new areas for future research.
The degradation of nature, particularly through economic activities such as deforestation and land-use change will have significant macroeconomic implications, calling for further research along a range of research questions.
Submissions are now closed. You can find the archived call for papers 2023 here.
Information and contact
Aziz Durrani (ASEAN+3 Macroeconomic Research Office), Ben Filewod (London School of Economics), Charlotte Gardes-Landolfini (IMF), Darian McBain (London School of Economics), Elsa Allman (Banque de France), Felicia Liu (University of York), Ho Sui-Jade (Bank Negara Malaysia), Markus Leippold (University of Zurich), Nicola Ranger (University of Oxford), Ole Jens Rummel (SEACEN), Skand Goel (S&P Global), Ulrich Volz (SOAS)
Elena Almeida, Julia Bingler, Chiara Colesanti Senni, Simon Dikau, Adrian von Jagow, Natasha Jalil, Ozer Karagedikli, Alain Naef, Nur Syairah Husna Mohd Ridzuan, Fathin Rusliza, Nathalie Marins, Nicole Toftum, Zhai Gen Tan, Thessa Vasudhevan
You can contact the organising committee at contact[ at ]sustainablemacro.org
- Submission of (draft) papers: 4 August, 2023
- Announcement of accepted papers: 4 September, 2023
- Submission of final papers: 30 September, 2023
- Conference: 19 and 20 October, 2023 (Asia School of Business, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia)
The submission deadline for papers was 4 August. Accepted papers will be notified by September 4.
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Friday, 20 October
Paper Session V:
Paper Session VI: