séminaire CIRED 22/23

CIRED Seminar

CIRED’s seminar aims to present work related to the environment and sustainable development, in a spirit of disciplinary and methodological diversity. The interventions are divided between CIRED researchers and external guests. It takes place in the CIRED offices on Tuesdays, from 11:00 to 12:30.

For any information about the seminars, please contact the organizers.

 

September 2023

 

– Tuesday 26, Samuel Rufat (Université de Cergy-Pontoise), Social vulnerability, risk perception and adaptation

 

October 2023

 

– Tuesday 10, Lisa Schipper (Université de Bonn), postponed

– Tuesday 17, Andrea Cinque (CIRED), Confined to Stay: Natural Disasters
and Indonesia’s Migration Ban

 

November 2023

– Tuesday 7, PhD students seminar

– Tuesday 14, Julien Daubanes (Université de Genève), The Vulnerability of Oil Companies’ Reserves and Market Valuation

– Tuesday 21, Camille Jahel (TETIS, Cirad), Pollution along the Process of Economic Growth: A Theoretical Reappraisal

– Tuesday 28, Sophie Toyer (CEEM), Innovativeness, innovation adoption and priming: Nudging farmers in a large-scale randomized experiment in France

 

Décembre 2023

– Tuesday 5, Antoine Leblois (CEEM), The Impact of Forest Management Plans on Forest Disturbances in Logging Concessions of the Congo Basin

– Tuesday 12, Chiara Colesanti Senni (Université de Zürich), The pricing of nature risks

– Tuesday 19, Alain Nadaï (CIRED), The good economy and the politics of addition Citizen financing of renewable energy projects

 

Janvier 2024

– Tuesday 9, Liliana Daganova (Ecole des Mines), Discounting the Future: The Ascendancy of a Political Technology, A pioneering exploration of the defining traits and contradictions of our relationship to the future through the lens of discounting.

– Tuesday 16, Julie Lochard (UPEC), Do Preferential Trade Agreements Matter for Biodiversity Conservation?

– Tuesday 23, Clément Feger (G-ENV), Introduction au Cadre de Comptabilité Écosystème-Centrée : Une méthode comptable collective à l’appui des stratégies de préservation de la biodiversité

– Tuesday 30, Jean Mercenier (CIRED), The elusive gains from urban transportation megaprojects: A general equilibrium analysis of “Grand Paris Express”

 

February 2024

– Tuesday 13, Garth Heutel (Georgia State University), Climate Policy, Job Reallocation, and Unemployment Fluctuations in a Multisector Economy

– Tuesday 27, Sophie Dubuisson-Quellier (Sciences Po), Les verrouillages de la société d’abondance

 

March 2024

– Tuesday 5, Toshi H. Arimura (Waseda University), tbd

– Tuesday 12, Catherine Larrère (CREST – Ecole Polytechnique), Qu’est-ce que l’écoféminisme

– Tuesday 19, Béatrice Cherrier, tbd

– Tuesday 26, tbd

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