Event
07/31
2013

【終了しました】第11回PoPセミナー/環境金融の制度形成とイノベーション:グローバル化における日本の現状と課題


第11回PoPセミナー
環境金融の制度形成とイノベーション:
            グローバル化における日本の現状と課題

The 11th Policy Platform (PoP) Seminar
Institutional Evolution of Environmental Finance and Innovation:
Possibilities and Challenges to Japan in the Context of Globalization

日時:2013年8月21日(水)15:00~17:00
会場:東京大学本郷キャンパス経済学研究科学術交流棟(小島ホール)2階コンファレンスルーム
主催:東京大学公共政策大学院 科学技術イノベーション政策の科学教育・研究ユニット
参加者:約30名
講演者:Dr. Janelle Knox-Hayes, Assistant Professor, School of Public Policy, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, Georgia, United States
金井司(三井住友信託銀行経営企画部CSR担当部長)

プログラム
15:00-15:05 開会挨拶
   東京大学公共政策大学院 副院長・教授 城山英明
15:05-16:30 講演
“Environmental Finance: Developing emissions markets to direct clean energy under different models of governance”
Dr. Janelle Knox-Hayes, Assistant Professor, School of Public Policy, Georgia Institute of Technology, United States; and Research Associate, Department of Geography and Environment, University of Oxford, United Kingdom

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The relationship between finance and economic growth is a long debated topic within economic geography. In this presentation, analysis of emerging carbon emissions markets in the United States, Europe, China and Japan is used to explore the relationship between finance and economic growth. Carbon markets lend unique insight into the operation of finance because they are built in advance of the underlying commodities markets (clean energy markets) they are meant to influence. In each case, the varying relationship between finance and industry has had an impact on shaping the markets, and in turn has influenced their ability to direct investment into clean energy. In Europe, institutional logics of finance and have created a low growth but stable investment in clean energy. In the United States, the predominance of financial markets, with little emphasis on industry, has directed investment away from clean energy and into other modes of finance. In Japan, the emphasis on manufacturing and heavy industry have nested the emissions markets in logics of technology transfer and clean energy development, but the absence of financial innovation has inhibited the growth of underlying clean energy markets. In China, centralized authority has enabled the government to leverage foreign investment into wind and solar industries, but the absence of price discovery and insufficient market depth has led to a collapse in clean energy demand. The most successful economies are able to balance the influence of financial and industrial sectors in the creation and operation of new markets.

「日本の環境金融の現状と課題~21世紀金融行動原則の目指すもの」
金井司 三井住友信託銀行経営企画部CSR担当部長
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社会を持続可能なものに変えていくには、お金の流れをそれに適合したものに変える必要がある。そのような趣旨から、日本の金融業界が横断的に集まり1年間の協議を経て、2011年10月に21世紀金融行動原則が制定された。しかしながら、実務レベルではまだまだ問題点も多い。金融行動原則の起草に携わった講演者が、日本の環境金融の現状と課題について議論した。

16:30-17:00 Q&A+ディスカッション

STIG-POP
科学技術イノベーション政策の科学教育プログラムでは、産・官・学をつなぐプラットフォーム構築の場として、Policy Platform Seminar(PoPセミナー)を開催しています。