EnergyEcoLab will host a two-days workshop on energy economics on March 23 and 24, at Puerta de Toledo Campus (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid).
We will have presentations and discussions about electricity markets and regulations on transport with a mix of applied theory and empirical papers.
Below is the list of presentations:
- Tatyana Deryugina “The Long-run Effects of Pollution”
- Mar Reguant: “The Value of Infrastructure and Market Integration: Evidence from Renewable Expansion in Chile”
- Stefan Lamp: “Bidders’ Experience and Prices in Renewable Energy Auctions”
- Stefan Ambec: “Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism and Free Allowances”
- Isis Durmeyer “The Welfare Costs of Urban Traffic Regulations”
- Natallia Fabra: “Do renewables create local jobs?”
- François Salanié (with Catherine Bobtcheff) “When Electricity Provision Becomes Unreliable”
*Participation is by invitation only.