Climate risks and Norwegian Economy
CET is happy to announce the upcoming seminar with Linda Nøstbakken from Norwegian School of Economics on Wednesday the 16th of January, 12.15 - 13:00.
The climate risk committee was given the task to consider climate-related risk factors and their significance for Norwegian economy, including financial stability. The committee's report shows how to appropriately analyse and present climate risk, identifying important global, climate-related risk factors and consider how these factors have significance for Norwegian economy and financial stability. The committee presents recommendations for how private and public businesses can get a professional basis for analysing and managing climate risk in the best possible way.
Linda Nøstbakken joined the Department of Economics at the Norwegian School of Economics (NHH) in 2013. She is also affiliated with CESifo and SNF - The Centre for applied research at NHH. Nøstbakken’s research focuses on issues related to the use and management of natural resources and the environment. She currently serves as co-editor of the Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, and is the program director for the Executive MBA program in Sustainable Innovation in Global Seafood.Prior to joining NHH, she spent five years as an assistant professor at the Alberta School of Business, University of Alberta, Canada. She received her PhD degree in Economics from NHH in 2005.
For the term 2017-2021 Linda Nøstbakken is deputy rector and vice rector for academic affairs at NHH.