3rd Annual Workshop
Econometrics of the Energy Transition
Dates : December 8, 2023
9h00 to 18h00
Location : University Paris Nanterre
Following the success of the two first workshops on environmental risks and climate change, the Association for Research in Applied Econometrics (ARAE) organizes a third workshop on “Econometrics of the Energy Transition”. The purpose of the ARAE workshop is to create collaborative links between academics and professional practitioners and their workplaces. This annual workshop also aims at long-term knowledge sharing and discussions of current issues.
Research on green finance, climate risks, critical minerals, or sustainable management is emphasized. Also, particular attention is given to applied econometrics and computational economics.
The 2023 workshop will take place on December 8, 2023, at the University of Paris Nanterre, in partnership with the EconomiX-CNRS laboratory.
University of Paris Nanterre
The campus is located on the RER A or L lines. Please get off at Paris Nanterre University station.
• Conference date: December 8th, 2023.
• Presentation Time: Authors 15-20min, Discussant 10min, Questions 5min.
|Jean-Baptiste Hasse is an economist whose research covers macro and financial econometrics. He works as a researcher at the Aix-Marseille School of Economics (AMSE) and Louvain Finance (LFIN). The courses he has taught include Corporate Finance (Sorbonne University), Computational Finance (Aix-Marseille University, Paris Dauphine University), and Capital Markets and Financial Innovation (UCLouvain). He holds a Ph.D. in Finance from the University of Paris-Saclay and a qualification in economics from the French National Council of Universities (Section 05 – #22205359857).
His papers have been published in academic journals, including the International Journal of Finance and Economics (Wiley), Empirical Economics (Springer), the Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance and Finance Research Letters (Elsevier). His research has been supported by the Institut Louis Bachelier (insti7 research chair), and he was a visiting researcher at the University of Cambridge (2019-2020) and UCLouvain (2018). He is a co-founder of the Association for Research in Applied Econometrics, aimed at bringing together researchers and practitioners working on various aspects of applied research. He serves as an Associate Editor at Empirical Economics (Springer).
|Capucine Nobletz is an economist whose research covers econometrics and critical minerals for the transition. She works as a research associate (post-doc) researcher at the Institut Louis Bachelier and Banque de France. She holds a Ph.D. in Economics from the University Paris Nanterre. She has taught several classes and tutoring, including Time series econometrics, Econometrics with Python, and Introduction to macroeconomic policy.
The Association would like to thank Nadine Levratto, Valérie Mignon, and the whole EconomiX team for making this event possible.