Behond, a new edition of the ISEFI conference is coming up, don’t miss it: https://isefi.sciencesconf.org/. Together with Eric Strobl, University of Bern, and Cees Withagen, IPAG Business School & VU University, I organize the environmental economics part of this conference.
The 7th International Symposium on Environment and Energy Finance Issues (ISEFI-2019), jointly organized by the IPAG Center for Energy Economics and Environment (IPAG Business School) and the Centre of Geopolitics of Energy and Raw Materials (Paris Dauphine University), will take place on 23-24 May 2019 in Paris, France. It aims to provide academics, policymakers, and practitioners with a valuable forum for discussion and critical analysis of the major issues and challenges that interrelate energy, environment, macroeconomics and financial markets.
In October 2018 IPCC published a special report on the impacts of global warming of 1.5 °C above pre-industrial levels. This report has been widely publicized in media across the globe such as BBC News, Financial Times, EURACTIVE or the New York Times. The conclusion is that there is an urgent need for a quick action. One issue that economists in general would have with this report is whether or not it makes sense to stick to the 1.5°C target from a cost-benefit point of view. So what do we know?
Who would be your pick?
CALL FOR NOMINATIONS
European Award for Researchers in
Environmental Economics under the Age of Forty
Send your nomination by November 30th, 2018
The European Award for Researchers in Environmental Economics under the Age of Forty is a recognition given every year to the young environmental economist under the age of forty who is judged to have made the most significant contribution to environmental economic thought and knowledge. If there is a significant body of joint work, the prize may be awarded jointly to two recipients provided that both recipients are under the age of forty.
The winner of the 2019 Award Edition will be announced by the Association’s President during the 24th EAERE Annual Conference – Manchester, 26-29 June 2019.
The prize is honorary and materially consists of Springer books vouchers to the value of EUR 1.000.
EAERE members are invited and encouraged to send nominations by November 30th, 2018.
Nominations can be sent by filling in the online nomination form or also by simply sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org stating your nominee and possibily also the case supporting your nominee.
Nominations are meant as suggestions to the Nominating Committee and are not binding. Nominating Committee members can send nominations themselves.
Self-nominations are accepted.
Nominating Committee 2019
Christian Gollier (Chair)
I had the pleasure of being a jury member for the PhD thesis of Can Askan Mavi. Today was Can’s defence of his thesis, entitled “Essays on Environmental Policy under Catastrophic Event Uncertainty”, and it was a pleasure to have been there and having had the opportunity to discuss the work. I would like to congratulate Can for his nice work and wish him all the best for his future career.He is now moving to SupAgro-INRA in Montpellier for a Postdoc position.
If you are interested in theoretical modelling of the impact of disasters and the relationship to the trade-off between adaptation and mitigation, then I invite you to take a look at his thesis.
The other jury members were Antoine Bommier, Professeur at ETH Zürich, Mouez Fodha, Professeur at Paris 1 Pantheon-Sorbonne, Katrin Millock, Charge de Recherche CNRS at Paris 1 Pantheon-Sorbonne, and Lionel Ragot, Professeur at Paris-Nanterre. The thesis director was Antoine d’Autume, Professeur at Paris 1 Pantheon-Sorbonne.
Seen today, one just above the other, on the top of the website of NY Times. Some interests are clearly not aligned: