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FSR Online Talks

The power industry is essential in the fight against climate change. In this online talk, we will look at the microeconomics underlying power markets and the tensions between microeconomics and political economy, together with Thomas-Olivier Léautier (Toulouse School of Economics).

Thomas-Olivier is the author of Imperfect Markets and Imperfect Regulation, the first textbook to present a comprehensive and detailed economic analysis of electricity markets, analyzing the tensions between microeconomics and political economy.

The 45′ event moderated by Tim Schittekatte (Florence School of Regulation – Energy & Climate) will touch upon the key challenges in:

  • wholesale market structure;
  • retail market organisation;
  • transmission pricing (zonal vs nodal);
  • policy issues: the impact of renewables and generation adequacy

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Imperfect Markets and Imperfect Regulation.

An Introduction to the Microeconomics and Political Economy of Power Markets

To learn more about it, watch the book trailer



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Chiara Canestrini
Chiara Canestrini
+39 055 4685 726



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