Széchenyi 2020
Budapesti Corvinus Egyetem ×

Agenda

Welcome / László Csicsmann / Vice-Rector for Faculty, Corvinus University of Budapest
9:30-9:40


Keynote 
9:40-10:40

Nick Robins
Sustainable Crisis Response Measures for Central Banks and Supervisors – Toolbox by the Grantham Research Institute, SOAS

Ulrich Volz

Climate Change and Sovereign Risk


Parallel / session 1-3 / 10:40-12:40


Session 1 Climate Change – Policy Impact

Session chair: Maciej Cygler  


András Báló: Climate mainstreaming in the Multiannual Financial Framework 2021-2027

Sumit Kothari: Heterogeneous Actors and Relationships in the Global Solar Finance Market: A Complex Systems Approach

Madhavan Vishnu Nampoothiri: Has COVID-19 increased the risk of stranded assets in the energy sector? Interconnection between pandemics and climate change.

Honorata Nyga-Łukaszewska: Energy security and international competitiveness – evidence from new EU member states

Timo Gerres: Which role can Carbon Contracts for Differences play in decarbonizing the European industry? A perspective from EU border regions


Session 2 Interplay of Environmental and Economic Sustainability

Session chair: László Bokor  


Anna Széchy: Carbon pricing – theory versus practice

Emanuele Campiglio: Capital Stranding Cascades  

Gábor Vona: Redefining growth through accelerating the decarbonisation of the economy

Mária Csutora: The social discount rate: how should we set its value for Hungary?

Antal Ferenc Kovács: An empirical analysis of the sustainability of economic growth: indicators to complement GDP


Session 3 ESG

Session chair: András Bethlendi  


Tamas Barko: Shareholder Engagement on Environmental, Social and Governance Performance

László Kökény: Effect of COVID-19 on the ten largest ESG funds

Anh Tuan Trinh: Big Data and Artificial Intelligence-Powered ESG Investing

Marlen Krause: What makes businesses commit to nature conservation?


Lunch break
12:40-14:00

Parallel / session 4-6 / 14:00-16:00


Session 4 Finance / Instruments

Session chair: Emília Német-Durkó  


Ottó János Kelemen: Comparative Green Bond Portfolio Analysis

Eszter Baranyai: Do climate change projections appear in mortage characteristics? (Jointly with Ádám Banai)

Orsolya Diófási-Kovács: Ecolabelling of green financial products


Session 5 Finance/policy

Session chair: Maciej Cygler  


Dóra Fazekas – Zsófia Kőműves: Quantifying the economic impact of transition and physical climate risks using a multi-country, multi-sectoral econometric model  

Edit Lippai-Makra: Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) Score in the Service of Financial Stability for the European Banking System

Francesco Paolo Mongelli: To be or not to be (green): How can central banks tackle climate change? A critical review

Regina Kuszmann: Role of the central bank to mitigate the CO2 emission


Session 6 Global Outlook

Session chairs: Zsuzsanna Marjainé Szerényi – Antal Ferenc Kovács


Mária Bábosik: Financing a Greener Growth in Central Asia

Nolusindiso Noqayi: Green Finance: A Comparative Study of Use Cases in the Visegrad 4 and Southern Africa

Moustafa El-Abdallah Alkafry: Low-carbon sustainable energy trends towards 2030 in Arab countries

Amane Yamazaki: Enhancing corporate value through mainstreaming sustainable finance and mitigating climate risks for financial institutions

Enikő Kácsor:  Lignite phase-out in Bulgaria, Romania and Greece – how to do it?

Tomasz Wisnievski: Assessment of the significance of ESG factors in the valuation of companies listed on the Warsaw Stock Exchange


Session Chairs’ reports
16:00-16:30


Concluding remarks
16:30-16-40

TBA

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