13 April 2021 - 14 April 2021
Virtual - Organized by the OECD

Modelling the Impact on Circular Economy and Low Carbon Transitions of the COVID-19 Recovery Packages

Experts convene to discuss how to use economic models to investigate the links between the COVID-19 pandemic, response measures and recovery packages while heeding to environmental pressures to a circular and low carbon economy.

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The OECD technical workshop will convene leading experts on modelling of economy-environment interactions. The workshop will take stock of modelling efforts that are going on to quantify the impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic and government response measures on economic activity and environmental pressure. The aim is to identify how robust modelling can be carried out to assess the extent to which recovery measures are “green” and can contribute to the transition to a circular and low-carbon economy.

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Bas van Ruijven

Research Group Leader and Senior Research Scholar Sustainable Service Systems Research Group - Energy, Climate, and Environment Program

Senior Research Scholar Integrated Assessment and Climate Change Research Group - Energy, Climate, and Environment Program

Senior Research Scholar Transformative Institutional and Social Solutions Research Group - Energy, Climate, and Environment Program

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Chen, S., Fang, K., Dhakal, S., Kharrazi, A. , Tong, K., & Ramaswami, A. (2021). Reshaping urban infrastructure for a carbon-neutral and sustainable future. Resources, Conservation and Recycling 174, e105765. 10.1016/j.resconrec.2021.105765.

Lehmijoki, U. & Palokangas, T. (2021). Optimal Population Policy with Health Care and Lethal Pollution. Portuguese Economic Journal 10.1007/s10258-021-00202-x.

van der Ploeg, F. & Rezai, A. (2021). Optimal carbon pricing in general equilibrium: Temperature caps and stranded assets in an extended annual DSGE model. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 110, e102522. 10.1016/j.jeem.2021.102522.

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