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The New York Times: How debt and climate change pose ‘systemic risk’ to world economy

A study on climate change and credit ratings co-authored by Dr Kamiar Mohaddes, University Senior Lecturer in Economics & Policy at Cambridge Judge Business School, covered in the New York Times. The study suggests that “global warming downgrades as early…

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World Economic Forum: Study: Global warming could cut 63 countries’ credit ratings

A study co-authored at Cambridge Judge has predicted that “63 countries – roughly half the number rated by the likes of S&P Global, Moody's and Fitch - could see their credit ratings cut because of climate change by 2030.” The…

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Reuters: Global warming could cut over 60 countries’ credit ratings by 2030, study warns

A new study co-authored by Dr Kamiar Mohaddes, University Senior Lecturer in Economics & Policy at Cambridge Judge Business School, predicts “that 63 countries – roughly half the number rated by the likes of S&P Global, Moody's and Fitch -…

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Financial Times: AI can shine digital sunlight on to company greenwashing

A study on climate change and credit ratings co-authored by Dr Kamiar Mohaddes, University Senior Lecturer in Economics & Policy at Cambridge Judge Business School, featured in the Financial Times article. “The majority of countries in our sample will suffer…

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The Guardian: UK, US and others face credit rating fall over CO2 emissions – study

Sovereign debt downgrades in store for many nations unless they act on climate crisis, says a team of researchers including Dr Kamiar Mohaddes of Cambridge Judge Business School. The used artificial intelligence to simulate the economic effects of climate change…

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Predicting impact

A year after UK lockdown, the Cambridge Centre for Risk Studies calls for probability-based scenario approach to forecasting crises due to unreliability of well-established models. The unreliability of well-established macroeconomic models at times of upheaval such as the COVID-19 pandemic…

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Emissions and credit

The first 'climate smart' sovereign credit ratings suggest global warming downgrades as early as 2030, says team of economists including Dr Kamiar Mohaddes of Cambridge Judge Business School. The first sovereign credit rating to directly include climate science shows that…

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Rescue plan

Joe Biden’s US$1.9 trillion stimulus won't be enough to reignite world economy on its own, says Michael Kitson of Cambridge Judge Business School. By Michael Kitson The economic orthodoxy has long been that governments should try to balance their books…

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The Conversation: Joe Biden’s US$1.9 trillion stimulus won’t be enough to reignite world economy on its own

Michael Kitson, University Senior Lecturer in International Macroeconomics at Cambridge Judge Business School, discusses Joe Biden’s US$1.9 trillion stimulus to reignite the US economy. “The impact of this fiscal stimulus on the US economy will depend on how consumers and…

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Governmental response

Fiscal measures totaling $14 trillion have proved effective in mitigating the pandemic's economic effects including in emerging markets, says paper co-authored by Dr Kamiar Mohaddes of Cambridge Judge. Dr Kamiar Mohaddes Fiscal policy measures taken around the world in response…

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