& the post-pandemic world

Charles Dumas
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An overview of post-Covid economics and the possible future of decarbonisation.

A book of two halves, Decarbonomics first sets the scene of current global economics, outlining the effect of the pandemic, the trade war between the US and China and the resulting fragmentation of globalisation. In the second half of the book, leading financial analyst Charles Dumas examines the economic reasons for action on climate change, and what form that might take.

Dumas argues that investment to combat the changing climate will provide not only a boost to growth but also a rebalancing of geopolitics, benefiting those economies best placed to exploit the new technologies - possibly away from the oil-rich Middle East and towards the sun-rich Southern Hemisphere. He also examines the implications of a carbon tax, shifting economics to forge a financial solution to climate change.

Drawing on original anaylsis by one of the world's leading macroeconomic forecasters, Decarbonomics shows how climate-change economics has shifted from a story of necessary sacrifice to one of opportunity.

Author bio:

Chief Economist at TS Lombard, Charles Dumas is one of the world's leading macroeconomic forecasters. Formerly Head of Research for JP Morgan, he joined TS Lombard in 1998 becoming Chief Economist in 2005 and has over 40 years' experience as an economist and financial markets professional. His previous books with Profile include Globalisation Fractures (2010), The American Phoenix (2011) and Populism and Economics (2018).

Category: Economics
ISBN: 9781800810594
Publisher: Profile Books
Imprint: Profile Trade
Pub Date: February 2022
Page Extent: 144
Format: Paperback - B format
Subject: Economics