Incorporating Climate into Macroeconomic Modeling
WHERE: Washington, DC and Virtual
WHEN: Wednesday, June 14 to Thursday June 15
RSVP: Register here
This workshop organized by the National Academies of Sciences Engineering, and Medicine will explore current macroeconomic modeling approaches, discuss physical damages of climate change and their implications to the macroeconomy, and examine relevant aspects of the energy transition. Sessions over the two days will culminate in a synthesis discussion to consider the steps needed to advance macroeconomic modeling to appropriately account for economic impacts of climatic disruption.
Rhodium partner John Larsen will speak in a session on Thursday, June 15th at 9:35am, “Projecting economic and financial impacts of a transition to a low-GHG economy.”