Directeur :

Professeur Patrice GEOFFRON

Tel: 06 60 99 67 33

patrice.geoffronping @


Assistante administrative :

Mme Vanina YOUMBI

Bureau P141

Tel : 01 72 60 52 30

vanina.youmbiping @ 

Wednesday 26 February 2020


The Seminar on Research in Energy Economics at Paris-Sciences-Lettres (PSL) is jointly organized by the CERNA (MINES PARIS TECH), the CGEMP (Université Paris-Dauphine), and the Chaire European Electricity Markets (Université Paris-Dauphine), members of PSL. It is animated by François LEVEQUE (MINES PARIS TECH), Dominique FINON (CNRS-CIRED) and Patrice GEOFFRON (Director, CGEMP, Université Paris-Dauphine).

The seminar will welcome two key speakers at Paris-Dauphine University (Amphi 5, 2nd floor) from 16h30 to 18h30

Niles MAY (Senior research fellow, DIW Berlin)
Financing power: Impacts of energy policies in changing regulatory environments

Co-authored by Karsten Neuhoff 

Benoît Peluchon (Senior researcher, EDF R&D)

Market design and the cost of capital for generation capacity investment

Program and Registration

For additional information, please contact the organizers:
Dominique Finon:   
François Lévêque: 
And Patrice Geoffron:

Friday 20 March 2020

The Climate Economics Chair will hold its next Friday Lunch Meeting (FLM) at Palais Brongniart from 12:30 pm to 2:00 pm. 

Speaker - Johanna Choumert-Nkolo, Head of research at EDI Global

Article - Internal migration and energy poverty in South Africa

Authors: Johanna Choumert-Nkolo & Léonard Le Roux (University of Cape Town)


28 & 29 May 2020

The 8th International Symposium on Environment and Energy Finance Issues (ISEFI-2020)

The 8th International Symposium on Environment and Energy Finance Issues (ISEFI-2020), jointly organized by the IPAG Center for Energy Economics and Environment (IPAG Business School) and the Center of Geopolitics of Energy and Raw Materials (Paris Dauphine University), will take place on 28-29 May 2020 in Paris, France. It aims to provide academics, policymakers, and practitioners with a valuable forum for discussion and critical analysis of the major issues and challenges that interrelate energy, environment, macroeconomics and financial markets..


The conference organizers would like to invite the submission of both theoretical and empirical papers (in PDF files) relating to all aspects of environment, and energy markets as well as their interactions with financial markets such as climate negotiations and scenarios for a +2° world; corporate finance analysis for energy companies; econometrics of energy markets; energy and climate models; energy and environment; energy derivatives: pricing and hedging; energy and financial market interactions; energy issues in developing and emerging markets; energy prices: modeling and forecasting; energy risks: assessment and modeling; energy transition; financial and economic analysis of energy markets; financial regulation of energy and environmental markets; finance and investment in renewable energy; intergenerational choices under global environmental change; hydroelectricity and water management; natural resources, risk, welfare and social preferences; renewable and low carbon technologies policy; speculation and energy prices; and state regulation and energy governance. 


  • Lutz KilianSenior Economic Policy Adviser, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, United States.
  • Till RequateChair of Innovation, Competition Policy and New Institutional Economics, Christian-Alrechts-University of Kiel, Germany.


  • Roger GuesnerieChaired Professor of Economic Theory and Social Organization of the Collège de France & Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Paris School of Economics


Interested authors can submit their research papers (in PDF files), no later than February 29, 2020 via the Symposium website


February 29, 2020: Submission deadline (full papers, PDF files)
March 20, 2020: Notification of acceptance/rejection
April 20, 2020: Registration deadline 
May 28-29, 2020: Symposium event

Should you have any question, please reach isefiping @


Program and Registration