Wednesday 28 November

11:30 - 13:00 (English Only)

Session A

 Room CC15

Effects of Green Growth policies
on Labour Markets

Session B

 Room CC13

Policies for Regional Resilience
and Distributional Impacts

Session C

 Room TBC

Energy Pricing and Distributional Impacts

Session D

 Room TBC

Green Growth Strategies for Firms

The greening of jobs in Germany: First evidence from a text mining based index and employment register data” by Markus Janser, German Institute for Employment Research

Characterising green employment:
The impacts of ‘greening’ on workforce composition
” by Karlygash Kuralbayeva, LSE

Climate Policies and Skill-Biased Employment Dynamics: Evidence from EU countries” by Francesco Vona, OFCE Sciences Po,
Giovanni Marin, University of Urbino, Italy

 

Distributional consequences of coastal risk management policies under sea-level risk: a survey of OECD country approaches” by Lisa Danielson, OECD


Climate Change Adaptation in the Philippines: Case and Policy Analysis
of the People's Survival Fund
” by
Maria Angela Zafra, Ateneo da Davao University

The Social and Environmental Dimensions of China’s Spatial Planning System” by Christina Wong, Chinese Academy of Sciences



Political Economy Determinants of Carbon Pricing” by Sebastian Levi,
Free University of Berlin


Too Much Energy: The Perverse Effect of Low Fuel Prices” by Giorgio Presidente, World Bank


Energy pricing and competitiveness: Firm level evidence from Indonesia” by Jun Rentschler, World Bank

Social effects of carbon taxes on households: impacts, consequences, solutions” (original paper in French) by Mathilde Clément, INSEE

Green Investment and Organizational Performance: Evidence from the Nigerian Pulp and Paper Industry” by Joseph Adelegan, University of Venda


Nordic businesses on climate transition, competitiveness and growth: An interview study among leading businesses in the Nordics” by
Nina Ekelund, Haga Initiative

How does going green affect firms’ profitability and valuation? Evidence from a global firm level dataset” by Misato Sato, LSE



 

16:30 - 18:00 (English only)

Session E

 Room CC15

Jobs and Green Growth

Session F

Room CC13

SMEs and the Green Transition 

Session G

 Room TBC

Green Growth Policies and International Competitiveness

Session H

Room TBC

 Social Impacts of Climate Policies

Impacts of Green Growth Policies on Labour Markets and Wage Income Distribution: A General Equilibrium Application to Climate and Energy Policies” by Jean Chateau, OECD


Presentation by Global Green Growth Institute and International Labor Organization


Green Jobs in the Forest Sector / Trends in Green Forest Jobs: An analysis of green forest jobs’ trends and their implications for the sector” by
Alicja Kacprzak, UNECE Food and Agriculture Organization

“Role of SMEs in the green and ‘inclusive’ transition in Africa” by Alice Kaudia, Eco-Entrepreneurs Ltd.


Scaling up and Mainstreaming Resource Efficient and Cleaner Production in Small and Medium Enterprises: achievements and lessons learned in the European Union’s Eastern Partnership Region” by Rene Van Berkel, UNIDO

Micro and Small Enterprises - Striving towards a greener economy” by
Anshul Bhamra, Development Alternatives Group

 

The Effect of Environmental Provisions in Trade Agreements on International Trade” by Clara Brandi, German Development Institute


International Competitiveness, Equity and Implications for Domestic Climate and Industrial Policy under a Framework Aligning Climate Action with the Short-term” by Arpad Cseh, Climate Moonshot Initiative

Barriers to Trade in Environmental Goods: How Important they are & what should developing countries expect from their removal” by Jaime de Melo, Geneva University

Impact of Adaptation to Climate Change on Household Food Security and Incomes in Ferlo Semi-arid Area, Northern Senegal” by Saboury Ndiaye


Social impacts of climate change mitigation policies and their implications for inequality” by Sanna Markkanen, University of Cambridge

Distributional Impacts of Climate Mitigation Policies - a Meta-Analysis” by Nils Ohlendorf, Mercator Research Institute on Global Commons and Climate Change (MCC)

 

Thursday 29 November

09:15 - 10:45

Session I

 Room CC15

Green Transition Strategies and Employment  - Skill Impacts

Session J

 Room CC13

Perceptions of Green Growth Policies

Session K

 Room TBC

Country case studies of Green Transition Strategies

Session L

 Room TBC

Firms and Green Industrial Strategy

Employment Protection, Collective Bargaining, and Labour Market Resilience - The Swedish Transition Agreements” by Samuel Engblom, Swedish Confederation of Professional Employees (TCO)


Green industrial path development in Swedish regions: Case of bio-economy initiatives in Skåne and Värmland” by Suyash Jolly, Lund University


Employment impact of the transition to a circular economy in Flanders” by 
Kris Bachus, KU Leuven

Should individuals who are adversely affected by mitigation be compensated? Evidence from a survey experiment in the United States” by Brilé Anderson, OECD


Is prioritization possible? Experts’ perceptions of obstacles and responses to staying below 2°C” by Ulrike Kornek, Mercator Research Institute on Global Commons and Climate Change (MCC)


Perceived effectiveness of climate change mitigation policies” by 
Eva Kyselá, Charles University

Welfare and Environmental Impact of Incentive Based Conservation: Evidence from Kenyan Community Forest Associations” by Bosco Okumu, University of Cape Town


Greening Industry in Vietnam: Environmental Standards and Resource Efficiency in SMEs” by Dalia Fadly, Philipps University of Marburg


Growth Through Diversification and Energy Efficiency: Energy Productivity in Saudi Arabia” by Nicholas Howarth, King Abdullah Petroleum Studies and Research Center (KAPSARC)

State-Owned Enterprises and the Low-Carbon Transition” by Dirk Röttgers, OECD


Resource Efficient Eco-Innovations for a Circular Economy: Evidence from EU Firms” by Massimiliano Mazzanti, University of Ferrara


Multinational Corporations and the EU Emissions Trading System: Asset Erosion and Creeping Deindustrialization?” by Nils Aus Dem Moore, Leibniz Institute for Economic Research