PhD seminar

PhD Seminar

The context

This seminar, which takes place every other Thursday at CIRED, was born out of the desire to create a meeting place for doctoral students and researchers. The presentation is followed by a time of discussion, the objective of which is to allow PhD students to get feedback from their colleagues on the work they have done, to share their doubts and to discuss the results of their research.


The program

  • September 30, 2021 – Samuel Juhel: Extreme events and indirect economic impacts : A global comparison. Abstract
  • October 14, 2021 – Louis Daumas: Waiting for the transition: The role of expectations in the decarbonisation of the electricity sector. Abstract
  • November 4, 2021 – Auriane Meilland: From Léon Walras to Lance Taylor: Model Closures and Theoretical Uncertainty in E3 Modelling. Abstract
  • November 18, 2021 – Émilien RavignéDisentangling the inuence of directed technical change on factor shares: a new growth accounting method. Abstract
  • December 16, 2021 – Baptiste Parent: Intertwining Biology and Economics: A Reassessment of Gordon’s 1954 Fishery Model. Abstract
  • January 13, 2022 – Romain Fillon : A climate tipping point under risk-sensitive preferences. Abstract
  • January 20, 2022 – Louis Daumas : Transition risks, asset stranding and financial instability in a stock-flow consistent model of decarbonation trajectories. Abstract
  • January 27, 2022 – Anne Guillemot : Expérimenter la vraie vie : le cas de la recharge des véhicules électriques à l’échelle de l’Union européenne. Abstract
  • May 12,2022 – Thibault Briera : International public climate finance to close the renewable energy investment gap in developing economies. Abstract
  • Juin, 16 2022 – Simon Jean : Bioeconomic Models for Terrestrial Social–Ecological System Management: A Review. Abstract
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