Reach the website dedicated to this joint initiative here

Joint initiative of the Climate Economics Chair and the Toulouse School of Economics

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In the context of the Paris Climate conference in December 2015, the Climate Economics Chair (CEC) of Paris-Dauphine University and the Toulouse School of Economics (TSE) launch a common approach for mobilizing economists, to emphasize the role of economic instruments and carbon pricing in any international agreement. This initiative is supported by the French government.

The conference organized on June 4th at the Frech Ministry of Ecology marked the official launch of this joint project CEC/TSE. Download the program

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« Energy : Economics and Politics » (Availbale in French only : Energie : Economie et Politiques)

by Jean-Pierre Hansen and Jacques Percebois, Second Edition published by De Boeck

Over a few decades, the energy sector has drastically changed. It has been affected simultaneously by the exhaustion of the main fossil fuels, by the impact of fossil energy ressources  and by the rapid economic development of large nations consuming increasing quantities of energy.

This new edition reports on the many changes experienced by the energy sector. It provides economic and institutional data and presents analysis of policies around the world.

You can find more information and order this book on Les éditions De Boeck’s website

The paper “The Second Dividend and the demographic structure” by Frédéric Gonand and Pierre-André Jouvet, is published in the Journal of Environmental Economics and Management.

Read the abstract and/or buy this paper on ScienceDirect.com

Climate, at what price? (available in French only: Le Climat, à quel prix ?) by Christian de Perthuis and Raphaël Trotignon is published by Editions Odile Jacob.

“What is the purpose of climate change negotiation? What to think about climate scepticism? This book provides the reader with tools to understand the key issues of international cooperation to deal with climate disruptions.

You can find more information and order this book on Editions Odile Jacob’s website

May 28 : Energy Transition Breakfast
Energy transitions and Green Mobility

Guests :

Christophe Useo, FIAT
Nicolas Rialland, CGB
Joseph Beretta,  Avere-France
Hakim Hammadou, Climate Economics Chair

Chairman : Jacques Percebois, Manager of the “Energy Transitions” research initiative

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Register to the “Energy transition and Green Mobility” Breakfast