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Emanuele Campiglio

Emanuele Campiglio is an LSE Fellow of the Department of Geography and Environment of the London School of Economics and Political Science. His research interests include macroeconomics of sustainability, growth theory, climate change economics, finance and banking. He previously worked as a researcher at the New Economics Foundation and at the Grantham Research Institute of LSE.  He holds a degree in Economics from Bocconi University and Masters and PhD degrees in Economics from the University of Pavia (Italy).

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In the face of such a profusion of measures to support the financial system, and the broad power of central bankers, a question comes to mind: is it possible to think of a monetary intervention that supports a sustainable economy?