In collaboration with two longtime green bond pricing analysts, we detail the history of green bond pricing analysis and argue that market discourse around a pricing difference has an impact of its own on the growth of green bonds and their definition as a distinct asset class.
Harrison, Caroline, Partridge, Candace, and Aneil Tripathy. 2020. “What’s in a Greenium: An Analysis of Pricing Methodologies and Discourse in the Green Bond Market.” Journal of Environmental Investing 10(1).
In collaboration with researchers in policy and law, we review academic literature on the green bond market and the implications of this market composed of labelled bonds providing environmental and climate benefits.
In collaboration with two green bond market practitioners, we analyze standards development for environmental and climate impacts from green bonds.
In my first peer reviewed paper, I analyze how risk works to translate knowledge between different forms of expertise that converge in climate finance and the green bond market.
2017. “Marching for Science in London.” Anthropology News 58 (2): e70-e73.
2015. “Scaling Up Green Bond Markets for Sustainable Development: An Executive Briefing for the Public Sector to Stimulate Private Sector Market Development for Green Bonds.” Co-authored with Sean Kidney and Beate Sonerud.
2015. “Final Report and Recommendations on Fossil Fuel Divestment.” Brandeis University’s Exploratory Committee on Fossil Fuel Divestment.” Co-authored with John Ballantine, Eric Olson, Elise J. Willer, Philip A. Wight, Michael Abrams, and Iona Feldman.