The main objective of the School is to provide Economics PhD students with high-level academic training on the microeconomic foundations of energy and climate policy instruments. The School is also aimed at supporting the development of a PhD-student network for students interested in the topic, and connect them with top academics in the field.
Instructors and topics
– Carmen Arguedas (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid): “Monitoring and enforcement of energy and climate policies”
– Simone Borghesi (EUI-Florence School of Regulation): “Economic Foundations and modeling of Emission Trading Systems”
– Natalia Fabra (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid): “Competition and market design issues in electricity markets”
– Andreas Lange (University of Hamburg): “Behavioral economics of climate and energy policies”
– Karsten Neuhoff (DIW Berlin, Technical University Berlin): “The theoretical foundation of a policy mix”
Information and application instructions can be found here.
The Organizers: Carmen Arguedas, Simone Borghesi, Estelle Cantillon, Olga Chiappinelli, Michael Grubb, Karsten Neuhoff