Suivre
Etienne Espagne
Etienne Espagne
Senior Climate Economist, World Bank Chief Economist Office for Equitable Growth, Finance and
Adresse e-mail validée de worldbank.org
Titre
Citée par
Citée par
Année
Climate and finance systemic risks, more than an analogy? The climate fragility hypothesis
M Aglietta, E Espagne
CEPII research center Working Papers, 2016
124*2016
Modelling the redirection of technical change: The pitfalls of incorporeal visions of the economy
A Pottier, JC Hourcade, E Espagne
Energy Economics 42, 213-218, 2014
99*2014
A proposal to finance low carbon investment in Europe
M Aglietta, É Espagne, BP Fabert
La Note D’Analyse, 2015
80*2015
From ecological macroeconomics to a theory of endogenous money for a finite planet
R Svartzman, D Dron, E Espagne
Ecological economics 162, 108-120, 2019
762019
A'Silent Spring'for the Financial System? Exploring Biodiversity-Related Financial Risks in France
R Svartzman, E Espagne, G Julien, HL Paul, S Mathilde, T Allen, J Berger, ...
Banque de France Working Paper, 2021
472021
SCCs and the use of IAMs: Let's separate the wheat from the chaff
E Espagne, A Pottier, BP Fabert, F Nadaud, P Dumas
International Economics 155, 29-47, 2018
43*2018
Impacts of the CBAM on EU trade partners: consequences for developing countries
G Magacho, E Espagne, A Godin
Climate Policy 24 (2), 243-259, 2024
372024
Macroeconomic exposure of developing economies to low-carbon transition
G Magacho, E Espagne, A Godin, A Mantes, D Yilmaz
World Development 167, 106231, 2023
36*2023
Money, finance and climate: The elusive quest for a truly integrated assessment model
E Espagne
Comparative Economic Studies 60, 131-143, 2018
272018
Climate change in Viet Nam; Impacts and adaptation
E Espagne, T Ngo-Duc, MH Nguyen, E Pannier, MN Woillez, A Drogoul, ...
A COP26 assessment report of the GEMMES Viet Nam project. Paris: Agence …, 2021
23*2021
The comparative impact of integrated assessment models’ structures on optimal mitigation policies
A Pottier, E Espagne, B Perrissin Fabert, P Dumas
Environmental Modeling & Assessment 20, 453-473, 2015
212015
Displaced sand, displaced people: Examining the livelihood impacts of sand mining in Cambodia
M Marschke, JF Rousseau, L Beckwith, L Van Arragon, É Espagne
AFD Research Papers, 1-22, 2021
182021
Moving the trillions a debate on positive pricing of mitigation actions
A Sirkis, JC Hourcade, D Dasgupta, R Studart, K Gallagher, ...
Brasil no Clima, 2015
182015
Climate finance at COP21 and after: Lessons learnt
E Espagne
CEPII Policy Brief 9, 2016, 2016
152016
Why are climate policies of the present decade so crucial for keeping the 2° C target credible?
B Perrissin Fabert, A Pottier, E Espagne, P Dumas, F Nadaud
Climatic change 126, 337-349, 2014
152014
Cross-border risks of a global economy in mid-transition
E Espagne, W Oman, JF Mercure, R Svartzman, U Volz, H Pollitt, ...
IMF Working Paper, 2023
14*2023
La finance au secours du climat? La Nature entre prix et valeur
É Espagne, JC Hourcade, BP Fabert
Natures Sciences Sociétés 23, S117-S121, 2015
142015
Le système monétaire international face aux cycles biogéochimiques
M Aglietta, É Espagne
Annales des Mines-Responsabilite et environnement, 64-68, 2018
132018
Les clubs climatiques et la COP21: ennemis d’aujourd’hui, alliés de demain?
E Espagne
La lettre du CEPII, 2015
12*2015
Comprehensive description of the integrated assessment model RESPONSE
P Dumas, E Espagne, B Perrissin-Fabert, A Pottier
Working Paper CIRED, 2012
12*2012
Le système ne peut pas réaliser cette opération maintenant. Veuillez réessayer plus tard.
Articles 1–20