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

On June 4, from de 9:00 a.m to 5:30 p.m

Auditorium – Hôtel de Roquelaure

246 Bvd Saint Germain

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 4th of June marks the official launch of this joint project CEC/TSE.

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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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Accessibility to work by public transit and its social distribution in Lille, France. An equity appraisal.

By Claire Papaix and Ariane Dupont-Kieffer

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Deforestation, leakage and avoided deforestation policies : a spatial analysis

By Philippe Delacote, Elizabeth J.Z. Robinson, Sébastien Roussel

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COP 21 : What kind of agreement Paris ?

Tuesday March 24 from 6.00 p.m to 8.00 p.m

At Paris Dauphine University

Grand Amphithéatre

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Jean Jouzel, climatologist and vice chairman of the IPCC, andChristian de Perthuis, professor at Paris Dauphine University and president of the Climate Economics Chair, will present their analyses and expectations for the climate negotiation.

The discussion will be led by Dominique Rousset

This event is organized by Sidièse, in partnership with Orée and Paris Dauphine University.