Energy Transition and Geoeconomic Fragmentation: Implications for Climate Scenario Design

Recent geoeconomic developments affect the energy transition and have implications for the design of the climate scenarios used in the financial sector to assess climate-related financial risks. This note proposes potential adjustments to climate scenarios design.

Energy Transition and Geoeconomic Fragmentation

Asia's Perspectives on Climate Change: Policies, Perceptions, and Gaps

Asia and the Pacific's green transition will have far-reaching implications for the global economy as the region has become the engine of global economic growth and the largest contributor to growth in global greenhouse gas emissions. Read the latest research.

Asia's Perspectives on Climate Change

Is the Paris Agreement Working? A Stocktake of Global Climate Mitigation

Urgent and aggressive action to cut greenhouse gas emissions this decade is needed. As countries take stock of the Paris Agreement, this Note provides IMF staff's annual assessment of global climate mitigation policy.

Is the Paris Agreement Working?

Restoring Price Stability and Securing Strong and Green Growth

Europe is at a turning point. The continent simultaneously grapples with firmly bending the inflation curve now while securing strong and green growth in the medium term. To ensure a smooth return to price stability, the near-term policy mix should remain restrictive while structural policies need to tackle supply constraints and obstacles to economic dynamism.

Restoring Price Stability and Securing Strong and Green Growth

Green Innovation and Diffusion: Policies to Accelerate Them and Expected Impact on Macroeconomic and Firm-Level Performance

Curbing greenhouse gas emissions is a global priority to prevent catastrophic climate change, and a strategy that prioritizes the development and deployment of low-carbon technologies (LCTs) is instrumental in achieving this goal. Read the latest research by IMF staff.


Annual Report 2013: Committed to Collaboration

The 2023 IMF Annual Report highlights the IMF’s work to support its members to address successive shocks, including Russia’s war on Ukraine, inflation, debt vulnerabilities, inequality food insecurity, geoeconomic fragmentation, climate change, and digitalization.

International Monetary Fund Annual Report 2023

Challenges to Sustaining Growth and Disinflation

The Asia-Pacific region remains a key driver of global growth in 2023, despite facing headwinds from changing global demand from goods to services and tighter monetary policies. The region is expected to grow by 4.6 percent in 2023, up from 3.9 percent in 2022. However, growth is projected to slow to 4.2 percent in 2024 and 3.9 percent in the medium term.

Trade Integration in Africa: Unleashing the Continent's Potential in a Changing World

Securing Low Inflation and Nurturing Potential Growth

After a stronger-than-expected recovery from the pandemic and continued resilience in early 2023, economic growth in Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) is softening as the effect of tighter policies to combat inflation is taking hold and the external environment is weakening.

Trade Integration in Africa: Unleashing the Continent's Potential in a Changing World

Building Resilience and Fostering Sustainable Growth

Across the Middle East and Central Asia, the combined effects of global headwinds, domestic challenges, and geopolitical risks weigh on economic momentum, and the outlook is highly uncertain.

ESR report, 2023

Regional Economic Outlook: Sub-Saharan Africa

Growth in sub-Saharan Africa in 2023 is expected to fall for the second year in a row to 3.3 percent. But inflation is falling, public finances are stabilizing, and growth is set to rebound to 4.0 percent next year. Still, it is too early to celebrate.

ESR report, 2023

Morocco’s Quest for Stronger and Inclusive Growth

Throughout the past two decades, Morocco has faced several external and domestic shocks, including large swings in international oil prices, regional geopolitical tensions, severe droughts, and most recently the impact of the pandemic and the economic fallout from Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. Despite rough waters, the government stayed the course and remained focused not only on immediate stability, but also on the long-term needs of the Moroccan economy.

Trade Integration in Africa: Unleashing the Continent's Potential in a Changing World


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