Date : Jeudi 05 et vendredi 06 octobre 2023
Lieu : Salle des thèses et C.201 - UFR DEG Orléans
Organisateur(s) : LÉO, Banque de France et Banque du Canada
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Climate change is one of the key issues affecting the world economy nowadays. The aim of this conference organized by LEO and dedicated to the "Economics of Climate Change and Environmental Policy" is to gather together scholars working on this topic, including both young and experienced researchers, professionals from central banks, government and non-governmental institutions. They are invited to submit both empirical and theoretical papers from all fields in Climate Change and Environmental Policy: financing climate change and financial stability, environment and development, energy and renewable energy, pollution, physical and transition risks, inclusive and just transition, international trade and environmental policies (non-exhaustive list).
Special sessions will be jointly organized with the Bank of Canada and Banque de France on related financial stability and monetary policy topics.
A special issue in Energy Economics will be organized following the conference.
Keynote speakers : John Rust (Georgetown University) and Richard Tol (University of Sussex)
Scientific committee: Sandra Batten (Bank of England), Stéphane Dées (Banque de France), Christopher Hajzler (Bank of Canada), Anson Ho (Toronto Metropolitan University), Craig Johnston (Bank of Canada), Marie-Christine Tremblay (Bank of Canada), Camélia Turcu (University of Orléans), Marcel Voia (University of Orléans)
Local Organizing Committee: Camélia TURCU (University of Orléans), Marcel Voia (University of Orléans)
Full paper submission at the ConferenceMaker link below: 15th July 2023
Notification of acceptance: 1st August 2023
Registration (free of charge) deadline: 1st September 2023