Alain Naef
Alain Naef
Assistant Professor at ESSEC Business School
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The gold pool (1961–1968) and the fall of the Bretton woods system: lessons for Central Bank cooperation
M Bordo, E Monnet, A Naef
The Journal of Economic History 79 (4), 1027-1059, 2019
Greening monetary policy: Evidence from the People’s Bank of China
C Macaire, A Naef
Climate Policy 23 (1), 138-149, 2023
Ten financial actors can accelerate a transition away from fossil fuels
T Dordi, SA Gehricke, A Naef, O Weber
Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions 44, 60-78, 2022
Is Capital Account Convertibility Required for the Renminbi to Acquire Reserve Currency Status?
B Eichengreen, A Mehl, E Monnet, A Naef
Centre for Economic Policy Research (CEPR): International Macroeconomics and …, 2022
Dirty float or clean intervention? The Bank of England in the foreign exchange market
A Naef
European Review of Economic History, 2019
An Exchange Rate History of the United Kingdom: 1945–1992
A Naef
Cambridge University Press, 2022
Imported or home grown? The 1992–3 EMS crisis
B Eichengreen, A Naef
Journal of International Economics 138, 103654, 2022
The investment portfolio of the Swiss National Bank and its carbon footprint
A Naef
Applied Economics Letters 28 (20), 1801-1806, 2021
Blowing against the Wind? A Narrative Approach to Central Bank Foreign Exchange Intervention
A Naef
Banque de France Working Paper, 2023
Responsibility for Emissions: the Case of the Swiss National Bank's Foreign Exchange Reserves and the Norwegian Oil Fund-Working Paper Series no. 872
J Van't Klooster, A Naef
How Powerful Is Unannounced, Sterilized Foreign Exchange Intervention?
A Naef, JP Weber
Journal of Money, Credit and Banking 55 (5), 1307-1319, 2023
The impossible love of fossil fuel companies for carbon taxes
A Naef
Ecological Economics 217, 108045, 2024
Recent advances in the literature on capital flow management
R Beck, B Scheubel, A Brüggemann, I Moder, A Fuentes, JG Alves, ...
Shareholder engagement for climate change: Lessons from the ExxonMobil vs Engine No. 1 proxy battle
A Naef
SocArXiv, 2022
Central bank reserves during the Bretton Woods period: new data from France, the UK and Switzerland
A Naef
SocArXiv, 2021
Fossil-washing? The fossil fuel investment of ESG funds
A Naef
The Fossil Fuel Investment of ESG Funds, 2023
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