Financing the transition

Our researchers explore the complex financial pressures of transitioning to a more sustainable solution, exposing both the hidden problems as well as potential solutions.  


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Arijit Mukherjee, Professor of Industrial Economics, explains how his research can help policymakers to understand the implications of different types of pollution – consumption versus production or domestic versus cross border – when determining trade policies for polluting industries.

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