Towards a Performance Framework for a Sustainable Financial System

Performance Framework: Resilience

Resilience relates to the susceptibility of the system to disruptions due to the impacts of unsustainable development. This covers both the direct impact of environmental stress as well as impacts of transitional effects. This is inherently future-oriented and requires analysis over extended time periods, and consideration of the trade-offs between short-to-medium term resilience achieved by continuing to externalize external factors, and the longer-term risks of environmental and associated social upheavals.  

Inquiry Publications

  • Towards a Performance Framework for a Sustainable Financial System

    Date: 29-Nov-2016

    This paper is intended to serve as a window on the Inquiry’s analytical approach, providing a deeper understanding of the unifying criteria for evaluation of multiple market designs for financial systems in a variety of economic, political and social settings. It is also intended to provide a foundation for investors and corporate management and policymakers,

  • The Financial System We Need: From Momentum to Transformation

    Date: 29-Sep-2016

    Download the policy summary: [AR] [CH] [EN] [ES] [FR] [PT] [RU] Download the individual chapters: Chapter 1: Mapping the momentum | Chapter 2: Harnessing financial technology for sustainable development | Chapter 3: Measuring performance | Chapter 4: Steps towards transformation Our follow-up annual report reveals a doubling in policy actions over the past five years to align the global financial system with sustainable

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