cired seminar

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.

Coordination: Laurent Lamy et Améline Vallet

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Past seminars


September 2022


–  Tuesday 27, Maxime Menuet (Université d’Orléans), Pollution along the Process of Economic Growth: A Theoretical Reappraisal

October 2022


– Tuesday 4, Adriana Calcagno (CIRED), The structuralist theory of inflation: elaboration and scope of an institution’s thought

– Tuesday 11, Eric Lagandre (ANAH), 1982-2022 Quarante ans de rénovation de l’habitat : enseignements et questions en suspens

– Tuesday 18, Alexandre Truc (Université Côte d’Azur), The Interdisciplinarity of Economics


December 2022

– Tuesday 6, Jean Paul Renne (Université de Lausanne), Pricing Climate Linkers

– Tuesday 13, Benoît Daviron (Cirad), Biomasse et hégémonies mondiales

November 2022

– Tuesday 8, Raja Chakir (PSAE), The Impact of Climate Change on Agriculture: A Repeat-Ricardian Analysis

– Tuesday 15, Adrien Fabre (CIRED), Fighting Climate Change: International Attitudes Toward Climate Policies

– Tuesday 22, Henk-Jan Dekker (CIRED), The Dutch and their Cycling Paths: The Politics and Governance of Dutch Cycling Infrastructure, 1920-2020

– Tuesday 29, Marielle Brunette (INRAE, BETA), Subjective barriers and determinants to crop insurance adoption


January 2023

– Tuesday 3, Guillaume Yon (Duke University), A History of Marketplace Optimization: American Airlines’s Revenue Management, Uber’s Surge Pricing, Fulfillment by Amazon’s Auction

– Tuesday 10, Rémi Avignon (INRAE), Markups and Markdowns in the French Dairy Market

– Tuesday 17, Anna Creti (Dauphine), Rural Electrification and Deforestation in Côte d’Ivoire: a Pseudo-Panel approach

– Tuesday 24, Tarik Tazdaït (CIRED), La théorie des jeux dans la France des années 1950

– Tuesday 31, Juliette Young (INRAE), La transformation de conflits autour de la transition vers une agriculture plus durable

February 2023

– Tuesday 7, Agnes Tomini (AMSE), The tragedy of (anti-)commons: The case of prey-predator fisheries

– Tuesday 14, Elizabeth Robinson (Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment), tba

– Tuesday 21, Taisuke Imai (LMU Munich), Correcting Consumer Misperceptions about CO2 Emissions (joint with Davide Pace, Peter Schwardmann, Joël van der Weele)

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