Business Cycles and Environmental Policy: A Primer
Barbara Annicchiarico (),
Carolyn Fischer and
Environmental and Energy Policy and the Economy, 2022, vol. 3, issue 1, 221 - 253
We study the relationship between business cycles and the design and effects of environmental policies, particularly those with economy-wide significance like climate policies. First, we provide a brief review of the literature related to this topic, from initial explorations using real business-cycle models to New Keynesian extensions, open-economy variations, and issues of monetary policy and financial regulations. Next, we provide a list of the main findings that emerge from this literature that are potentially most relevant to policy makers, including the impacts of policy on volatility and how to design policy to adjust to cycles. Finally, we propose several important remaining research questions.
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