Appendix: The Riksbank’s climate-related publications
Published: 25 January 2023
Sustainability strategy, December 2020.
Finansinspektionen, Sveriges Riksbank (2022), “Transition risks in the banks’ loan portfolios - an application of Pacta”, Joint report by Finansinspektionen and Sveriges Riksbank
Sveriges Riksbank, (2022), “Riksbank Climate Report: Climate risks in policy work”
Ingves, Stefan (2022), “Inflation-targeting policy needs updating to meet the challenges of the future”, speech on 31 May at the Swedish Economics Association
Breman, Anna (2020), “How the Riksbank can contribute to climate policy”, speech on 3 March at the Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences.
Flodén, Martin (2019), “Riksbank selling bonds for climate reasons”, speech on 13 November at the University of Örebro.
Articles in Monetary Policy Reports
“How is the Riksbank’s work affected by climate change?”, November 2020.
Articles in Financial Stability Reports
“Climate-related risks are a source of financial risk”, no. 2, 2020.
Frykström, Niklas (2022), “Transparency for efficiency and financial stability”, Economic Commentaries, no. 11, Sveriges Riksbank.
Apel, Mikael (2022), “How does the climate transition affect inflation?”, Economic Commentaries, no. 5, Sveriges Riksbank.
Brattström, Emma and Ruzica Gajic (2022), “The carbon footprint of the assets in the Riksbank’s foreign exchange reserves”, Economic Commentaries, no. 4, Sveriges Riksbank.
Bylund, Emma and Magnus Jonsson (2021), “An overview of the economic consequences of the NGFS climate scenarios”, Economic Commentaries, no. 14, Sveriges Riksbank.
Blixt, Johan, Emma Brattström and Maria Ferlin (2021), “Sustainability reporting - need for greater standardisation and transparency", Economic Commentaries, no. 4, Sveriges Riksbank.
Andersson, Magnus and Mikael Stenström (2021), “Sustainability considerations when purchasing corporate bonds", Economic Commentaries, no. 3, Sveriges Riksbank.
Ferlin, Maria and Vanessa Sternbeck Fryxell (2020), “Green bonds – big in Sweden and with the potential to grow”, Economic Commentaries, no. 12, Sveriges Riksbank.
Bylund, Emma and Magnus Jonsson (2020), “How does climate change affect the long-term real interest rate?”, Economic Commentaries, no. 11, Sveriges Riksbank.
Danielsson, Mattias (2020), “Rising sea levels due to global warming will entail increased risks for housing”, Economic Commentaries, no. 10, Sveriges Riksbank.
Olovsson, Conny (2018), “Is climate change relevant for central banks?”, Economic Commentaries, no. 13, Sveriges Riksbank.
Sveriges Riksbank Economic Review
Olovsson, Conny (2020), “Global warming from an economic perspective”, Sveriges Riksbank Economic Review, no. 2.
Cella, Christina (2022), “Fifty shades of green: the colour of Swedish equity funds”, Staff Memo, September, Sveriges Riksbank
Cella, Cristina (2021), “Banking and climate-related risks, implications for financial stability in Sweden”, Staff Memo, May, Sveriges Riksbank.
Working papers and articles published by the Riksbank’s researchers in academic journals
Hassler, John, Per Krusell and Conny Olovsson (2021a), “Suboptimal Climate Policy”. Journal of the European Economic Association, Vol, 19, pp. 2895-2928.
Hassler, John, Per Krusell and Conny Olovsson (2021b), “Directed technical change as a response to natural-resource scarcity”. Journal of Political Economy, Vol. 129, pp. 3030-3072.
Hassler, John, Per Krusell and Conny Olovsson (2021c), “Suboptimal Climate Policy: non-uniform and indirect taxation of CO2”. Mimeo, Stockholm University.
Olovsson, Conny (2019), “Oil prices in a general equilibrium model with precautionary demand for oil”. Review of Economic Dynamics, Vol. 32, pp. 1-17.
Gars, Johan and Conny Olovsson (2019), “Fuel for economic growth?”, Journal of Economic Theory, Vol. 184.
Hassler, John, Per Krusell and Conny Olovsson (2018), “The Consequences of Uncertainty: Climate Sensitivity and Economic Sensitivity to the Climate.” Annual Review of Economics, Vol. 10, pp. 189-205.
Hassler, John, Per Krusell and Conny Olovsson (2010), “Oil Monopoly and the Climate”, American Economic Review: Papers and Proceedings, Vol. 100, No.2, May 2010. pp: 460-464