read my blog of course: https://ingmarschumacher.wordpress.com

forthcoming

[12]     Environmental Migration as an Adaptation Strategy in sub-Saharan Africa (with L. Marchiori, J.F. Maystadt), UN conference proceedings, forthcoming. (pdf)

2014

[14]    The true cost of disaster insurance makes nuclear power uncompetitive, The Ecologist, http://bit.ly/1nWjQbu, 6th February.

2013

[13]    The Ambient Carbon-Capture Imperative, Project Syndicate, http://po.st/8u8zyy, 26th June.

2012

[11]   Das schwächste Glied, Luxemburger Wort, Samstag 2. Juni. (pdf)

2011

[10]     Basel III Liquidity Regulations and monetary policy transmission in Luxembourg (with G. Giordana), Finance Nation n° 5. (pdf)

[9]       The ups and downs of leverage in Luxembourg’s banks (with G. Giordana), Finance Nation n° 4. (pdf)

[8]       The Impact of the Basel III Liquidity Regulations on the Bank Lending Channel in Luxembourg (with G. Giordana), Banque centrale du Luxembourg, Financial Stability Review 2011. (pdf)

[7]       The leverage cycle in Luxembourg’s banking sector (with G. Giordana),  Banque centrale du Luxembourg, Financial Stability Review 2011. (pdf)

[6]       Developing supported, effective and transparent mitigation strategies in developing countries, in Global Corruption Report: Climate Change, Transparency International, 2011 (joint with Juan Pablo Osorio and Krina Despota).  (pdf)

2010

[5]       Ökolabels in Luxembourg, Brennpunkt, ASTM, Nr. 260.

[4]       Mikrokredite: Die Kleinen kommen ganz groß raus, Luxemburger Wort, Samstag, 12. Juni. (pdf)

[3]       Was kann der Grüne Kopenhagen Klimafond wirklich erreichen?, Brennpunkt, ASTM, Nr. 254. (pdf)

[2]       Geldpolitik und die ökonomische Krise, Luxemburger Wort, 5. Juni. (pdf)  

2007

[1]       Mikrofinanz-Investmentfonds und ihre Mikrotransparenzen, Brennpunkt, ASTM, Nr. 239. (pdf)

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