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Climate change, financial stability and monetary policy
Y Dafermos, M Nikolaidi, G Galanis
Ecological Economics 152, 219-234, 2018
5842018
A stock-flow-fund ecological macroeconomic model
Y Dafermos, M Nikolaidi, G Galanis
Ecological Economics 131, 191-207, 2017
2662017
Minsky models: a structured survey
M Nikolaidi, E Stockhammer
Journal of Economic Surveys 31 (5), 1304-1331, 2017
1122017
How can green differentiated capital requirements affect climate risks? A dynamic macrofinancial analysis
Y Dafermos, M Nikolaidi
Journal of Financial Stability 54, 100871, 2021
822021
Decarbonising is easy: Beyond market neutrality in the ECB's corporate QE
Y Dafermos, D Gabor, M Nikolaidi, A Pawloff, F van Lerven
New Economics Foundation, 2020
752020
Fiscal policy and ecological sustainability: a post-Keynesian perspective
Y Dafermos, M Nikolaidi
Frontiers of heterodox macroeconomics, 277-322, 2019
612019
Margins of safety and instability in a macrodynamic model with Minskyan insights
M Nikolaidi
Structural Change and Economic Dynamics 31, 1-16, 2014
582014
Greening the Eurosystem collateral framework: How to decarbonise the ECB's monetary policy
Y Dafermos, D Gabor, M Nikolaidi, A Pawloff, F van Lerven
New Economics Foundation, 2021
472021
The financial fragility and the crisis of the Greek government sector
G Argitis, M Nikolaidi
International Review of Applied Economics 28 (3), 274-292, 2014
442014
Securitisation, wage stagnation and financial fragility: a stock-flow consistent perspective
M Nikolaidi
University of Greenwich, 2015
432015
The effects of income distribution and fiscal policy on aggregate demand, investment and the budget balance: the case of Europe
T Obst, Ö Onaran, M Nikolaidi
Cambridge Journal of Economics 44 (6), 1221-1243, 2020
232020
Three decades of modelling Minsky: what we have learned and the way forward
M Nikolaidi
European Journal of Economics and Economic Policies: Intervention 14 (2 …, 2017
222017
Can Green Quantitative Easing (QE) Reduce Global Warming?
Y Dafermos, M Nikolaidi, G Galanis
Policy Brief, 2018
202018
Greening the UK financial system-a fit for purpose approach
Y Dafermos, D Gabor, M Nikolaidi, F van Lerven
SUERF-The European Money and Finance Forum 2010-2018 (Société Universitaire …, 2021
162021
Decarbonising the Bank of England's pandemic QE:'Perfectly sensible'
Y Dafermos, D Gabor, M Nikolaidi, F van Lerven
New Economics Foundation, 2020
162020
Finance and climate change: a progressive green finance strategy for the UK
D Gabor, Y Dafermos, M Nikolaidi, P Rice, F van Lerven, R Kerslake, ...
Labour Party, 2019
162019
An Environmental Mandate, now what? Alternatives for Greening the Bank of England's Corporate Bond Purchases
Y Dafermos, D Gabor, M Nikolaidi, F van Lerven
SOAS University of London; University of Greenwich; University of the West …, 2022
142022
Greening capital requirements
Y Dafermos, F van Lerven, M Nikolaidi
Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment, London …, 2022
112022
Green Public Investment, Consumption Patterns and the Ecological Transition: A Macroeconomic Analysis
Y Dafermos, A Monserand, M Nikolaidi
Available at SSRN 4097746, 2022
102022
The effects of income distribution and fiscal policy on growth, investment and budget balance: the case of Europe, Post Keynesian Economics Study Group
T Obst, Ö Onaran, M Nikolaidi
Working Paper 1703, 2017
62017
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