On June 15-16, The Toulouse School of Economics will host leading researchers from around the world at its 13th Conference on the Economics of Energy and Climate.
Speakers will discuss recent scientific advances regarding energy markets and the design of environmental and climate policies with theoretical, empirical, experimental and policy-oriented approaches.
This year, the keynote speakers will be Tatyana Deryugina (University of Illinois) and Natalia Fabra (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid). Tatyana will consider how many lives can be saved by reducing local air pollution from burning fossil fuels, which can be a major “co-benefit” of climate change policy. And Natalia will discuss the impact of introducing real-time pricing in the Spanish electricity market.
They have been interviewed by the TSE. Their interviews can be found here.
You can see Natalia Fabra´s keynote lecture here.
The slides of ther talk can be found here.
The papers on which she based her talk are:
- Fabra, Rapson, Reguant, and Wang (2021) Estimating the
Elasticity to Real Time Pricing: Evidence from the Spanish
Electricity Market, AEA P&P.
- Cahana, Fabra, Reguant, and Wang (2022) The Distributional
Impacts of Real Time Pricing