This book intends to provide students and practitioners with the knowledge and the theoretical tools necessary to answer these and other related questions in the context of the so-called environmental finance theory.
This is a new research strand that investigates the economic, financial, and managerial impacts of carbon pricing policies. Marc Chesney holds a Ph. He is an expert in quantitative finance real options and environmental economics. His research is focused on real options, environmental and climate economics, and REDD schemes. Since then she is enrolled in the PhD program at the University of Zurich, under the supervision of Prof.
Marc Chesney. Her research interests are environmental and resource economics, market failures, real options, and development economics. Luca Taschini is an expert in environmental economics, industrial organisation, energy economics, finance and the application of economics to public policy issues.
His current research investigates how market-based environmental regulations are working in theory and in practice. More specifically, he is studying the functioning of cost containment mechanisms, market participation restrictions, and the linkage of environmental markets.
He has led consulting work on market-based instruments including work on designing emission trading systems and the design of the EU Market Stability Reserve and other supply control mechanisms. Importantly, the shift towards environmental finance has driven new entrepreneurial opportunities in financial innovation of green technologies, assets, and economic growth.
Examples such as green crowd lending and crowd equity investments, solar microfinance, and innovating financing models such as Clean Power Finance have led the way. Green bond issues, options on mispriced stranded assets, shadow pricing of asset risk to capture market signals and drive change in corporate behavior were non-existent just a few years ago.
The current economic and environmental situation poses fundamental questions that this book aims to answer: Under which conditions could a market-based. This textbook provides an introduction to environmental finance and investments. The current situation raises fundamental questions that this book aims to.
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