In the context of the Paris Climate conference in December 2015, the Climate Economics Chair (CEC) of Paris-Dauphine University, the Center for European Policy Studies (CEPS) and Toulouse School of Economics (TSE) launched a common approach for mobilizing economists, to emphasize the role of economic instruments and carbon pricing in any international agreement.
This joint initiative led to 3 highlights :
– The launching Conference that took place on June 4, 2015,
– The Economists’ Call “Routes to an ambitious and credible agreement in Paris”, signed by more than 140 economists (visit the website dedicated to the Economists’ Call
) and :
– The Joint conference “Economic stakes of the Paris Climate Conference” on October 14, 2015
The conference of 14 October 2015 brought together a dozen of international economists to discuss how economic principles could be applied in the implementation of an international climate agreement.