FSR Climate is pleased to announce its 8th Annual Conference on the Economic Assessment of European Climate Policies to take place online on Thursday 1 and Friday 2 December 2022.
The conference will cover the main climate-related existing policies at the EU, national, international and sub-national levels. It will include three sessions on Environmental taxation, Emissions trading, and Energy Transition. In addition, the conference will comprise a keynote speech from Mar REGUANT (Northwestern University), and a policy session focused on the key outcomes of COP27.
The FSR Climate Annual Conference will be held online through Zoom Webinar.
Chair: Simone BORGHESI (FSR Climate/EUI & University of Siena)
Thursday 1 December
10:00-12:15 |Session – Environmental taxation
Till REQUATE (Kiel University) – Commitment Timing to Environmental Policy and the Adoption of Low-Pollution Technologies: An Experiment [abstract] [slides]
Adrien FABRE (CIRED & ETH Zurich) – Fighting Climate Change: International Attitudes Toward Climate Policies [abstract] [slides]
Santiago RUBIO (University of Valencia) – Climate Clubs, Border Carbon Adjustment, and Trade Wars [abstract] [slides]
Lucy NAGA (Durham University) – Kantian Preferences and Dirty Goods within the Ramsey Model of Optimal Taxation [abstract]
14:15-15:45 | Policy Session on the outcomes of COP27
Jos DELBEKE (STG/EUI & KU Leuven)
Karen PITTEL (ifo Institute & University of Munich)
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