The following essay on “How to pay for climate change” was written by J. Paul Horne, a member of the GIC’s board of directors, at the invitation of David R. Kotok, founder of Cumberland Advisors and GIC board member. It triggered various responses including the subsequent point and counterpoint with Bob Bunting, a member of the GIC and CEO of The Climate Adaptation Center in Sarasota, FL which has made presentations to the GIC. The link to the IEA’s new global energy analysis of climate change is included at the end of this report. The GIC invites further comments about climate change.
Paul Horne, GIC Board Member and Active Independent International Market Economist, penned a letter in Financial Times in response to a recent Market Insights column, “A painful era of ‘spend but don’t tax’ faces investors.”
GIC Board Member, J Paul Horne discusses Federal Reserve Strategy and Private Equity, originally in a letter to the Financial Times on August 31, 2020.
College of Central Bankers series: Court’s implicit rejection of basic EU tenet would give cause for concernAugust 4, 2019
GIC Board Member, J Paul Horne’s report on the EU and the European Central Bank was published by The Financial Times and is used with permission.
GIC Board Member, J Paul Horne’s report on European and Japanese government bonds was published by The Financial Times and is used with permission.
GIC Board Member, J Paul Horne’s report on the results of the European Parliamentary elections was published by The European Institute at the University of Maryland (www.europeaninstitute.org/ ) and is used with permission.
GIC Board Member, J Paul Horne’s report on the on the implications of the Italian budget battle was published by the Bertelsmann Foundation in cooperation with The European Institute at the University of Maryland.
GIC board member J. Paul Horne shares his comments on implications of the first round of France’s presidential election on 23 April and the likely, but not certain, outcome of the run-off between Macron and Le Pen on 7 May. The report was published by The European Institute, a Washington-based think tank promoting trans-Atlantic relations that […]