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Misleading Footprints. Inflation and exchange rate effects in relative carbon disclosure metrics

Financial institutions need robust statistics to measure and manage climate-related risks and determine their sustainability improvements over time

The physical effects of climate change, such as more frequent and severe floods and extreme weather, can have a major impact on the financial risks facing the financial sector. The transition to a more sustainable economy can also lead to so-called transition risks. Due to climate policy, technological developments and changing consumer preferences, current investments in companies with relatively large greenhouse gas emissions can decrease in value faster than expected. At the same time, the investment choices made by the financial sector can ensure that sufficient capital is made available for the investments needed to achieve the goals of the Paris Agreement. The development of robust climate change statistics to measure both risk and impact is a key priority at DNB. Improving our confidence in backward-looking metrics such as carbon disclosure metrics, enables central banks and supervisors to determine the transition risks facing the financial sector, whether the financial sector is on the right track toward reaching its sustainability goals, and ensures that forward-looking tools such as scenario analysis and stress tests use better historical information to estimate financial risks.

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Misleading Footprints Inflation and exchange rate effects in relative carbon disclosure metrics

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Artjom Janssen, Justin Dijk, Patty Duijm

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Veranderende internationale samenhangen en de Nederlandse economie: trends, drijfveren en consequenties

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Veranderende internationale samenhangen en de Nederlandse economie: trends, drijfveren en consequenties

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Minke van der Heijden, Yannick Hemmerlé, Bahar Öztürk, Ilona van Schaik , Camiel Schuijren

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De rol en toekomst van contant geld

De Nederlandsche Bank publiceert enkele keren per jaar Occasional Studies. In deze studies wordt voor een breed publiek dieper ingegaan op een bepaald onderzoeks- of beleidsthema. De studies dragen bij aan nationale en internationale beleidsdiscussies.

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Nr 2 (2020): De rol en toekomst van contant geld

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Jurgen Spaanderman

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Occasional Studies

Central Bank Digital Currency - Objectives, preconditions and design choices

Several times per year DNB issues an Occasional Study, a publication designed for a broader public than just economists. Occasional Studies cover a specific research or policy theme, contributing to national and international policy debates.

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Central Bank Digital Currency - Objectives, preconditions and design choices

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Peter Wierts, Harro Boven

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Het spaaroverschot van Nederlandse bedrijven onrafeld

De Nederlandsche Bank publiceert enkele keren per jaar Occasional Studies. In deze studies wordt voor een breed publiek dieper ingegaan op een bepaald onderzoeks- of beleidsthema. De studies dragen bij aan nationale en internationale beleidsdiscussies.

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Het spaaroverschot van Nederlandse bedrijven onrafeld

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Bas Butler, Krit Carlier, Guido Schotten, Maikel Volkerink

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De toegevoegde waarde van maatwerk in risicotoedeling

De Nederlandsche Bank publiceert enkele keren per jaar Occasional Studies. In deze studies wordt voor een breed publiek dieper ingegaan op een bepaald onderzoeks- of beleidsthema. De studies dragen bij aan nationale en internationale beleidsdiscussies.

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De toegevoegde waarde van maatwerk in risicotoedeling

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Maurice Doll, Annick van Ool, Damiaan Chen

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The quality and independence of residential property appraisals

Several times per year DNB issues an Occasional Study, a publication designed for a broader public than just economists. Occasional Studies cover a specific research or policy theme, contributing to national and international policy debates.

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The quality and independence of residential property appraisals

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Remco van der Molen, Rob Nijskens

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The price of transition: an analysis of the economic implications of carbon taxing

Several times per year DNB issues an Occasional Study, a publication designed for a broader public than just economists. Occasional Studies cover a specific research or policy theme, contributing to national and international policy debates.

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The price of transition: an analysis of the economic implications of carbon taxing

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Ad Stokman, Guido Schotten, Juho Koistinen, Henk van Kerkhoff, Maurice Bun, Gerbert Hebbink, Laurien Berkvens

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Size of the banking sector: implications for financial stability

Several times per year DNB issues an Occasional Study, a publication designed for a broader public than just economists. Occasional Studies cover a specific research or policy theme, contributing to national and international policy debates.

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Size of the banking sector: implications for financial stability

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Jan Kakes, Rob Nijskens