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Facts in Environmental and Energy Economics

Models & Practices, Past & Present

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Publié le jeudi 04 octobre 2018 par Anastasia Giardinelli

Résumé

This workshop will be the occasion for historians of thought, economists, econometricians, social scientists, specialists in economic methodology or epistemology, and economic or environmental historians to discuss about the articulation between theories, models and facts (broadly speaking) in the past and present environmental and energy economics literature. Prof. Arthur Petersen (UCL) will give a plenary talk about the interdisciplinary dialogue for the elaboration of Integrated Assessment Models. A roundtable will also be taking place with three eminents scholars: Roger Guesnerie (Collège de France), Kirsten Halsnæs (DTU) and Jean-Charles Hourcade (CNRS-CIRED). Around 20 presentations by young and senior scholars from Europe and America are expected, including preliminary results from the #BNREproject.

Annonce

Presentation

This workshop, sponsored by the ESHET via the #BNREproject, by CIRED, Triangle-Lyon 2 and LED-Paris 8 will be the occasion for historians of thought, economists, econometricians, social scientists, specialists in economic methodology or epistemology, and economic or environmental historians to discuss about the articulation between theories, models and facts (broadly speaking) in the past and present environmental and energy economics literature. Prof. Arthur Petersen (UCL) will give a plenary talk about the interdisciplinary dialogue for the elaboration of Integrated Assessment Models. A roundtable will also be taking place with three eminents scholars: Roger Guesnerie (Collège de France), Kirsten Halsnæs (DTU) and Jean-Charles Hourcade (CNRS-CIRED). Around 20 presentations by young and senior scholars from Europe and America are expected, including preliminary results from the #BNREproject.

For further information:

http://www2.centre-cired.fr/Le-CIRED/Contrats-de-recherche/BNRE-Project/article/Bifurcations-in-Natural-Resources-Economics-1920s-1930s-2312?lang=en#Workshop

Provisional program 

Friday 19 Oct. 2018

9:15-9:30 | Opening session

9:30-11:00 | Session #1: History of growth and energy economics

  • Wout Saelens (Univ. of Antwerp, Belgium)

“Adding a Consumer Perspective to the History and Economics of Energy”

  • Antoine Missemer (CNRS-CIRED, France) & Franck Nadaud (CNRS-CIRED, France)

“The Linkage between Energy and Economic Output: A Return to Tryon’s 1927 Early Contribution”

  • Christopher Jones (Arizona State Univ., USA)

“Energy Facts in Growth Accounting Models”

11:30-13:00 | Session #2: Externalities

  • Nathalie Berta (REGARDS-Univ. of Reims CA, France)

“Environmental Economics and the Least Cost Theorems in the Late 1960s. A Third Way between Idealized Pareto Optimality and Tradition Regulation”

  • Rebecca Livernois (Univ. of British Columbia, Canada)

“Externalities in the Model and the World: Conceptual Problems with Estimating the Social Cost of Carbon”

  • Vincent Viguié (ENPC-CIRED, France)

“Urban Forms and GHG Emissions”

14:00-15:30 | Session #3: Hotelling

  • Antonin Pottier (EHESS-CIRED, France)

“Has Economics Become Self-Referential? The Case of the Hotelling’s Argument”

  • Roberto Ferreira da Cunha (IHS Cera, Brazil) & Antoine Missemer (CNRS-CIRED, France)

“Hotelling and the Peak Oil: A Reassessment”

  • Thomas M. Müller (LED-Paris 8, France), Marco P. V. Franco (UFMG, Brazil) & Marion Gaspard (Triangle-Lyon 2, France)

“Time Discounting in Hotelling’s Natural Resources Economics”

16:00-17:30 | Session #4: Production and natural capital

  • Christian Bidard (EconomiX P.-Nanterre, France) & Guido Erreygers (Univ. of Antwerp, Belgium)

“Exhaustible Resources and Classical Theory”

  • Quentin Couix (Univ. Paris 1, France)

“The Flow-Fund Model of Production in Retrospect”

  • C. Tyler DesRoches (Arizona State Univ., USA)

“Specifying Critical Natural Capital with Equations and Graphs”

17:45-18:45 | Keynote lecture

  • Arthur Petersen (UCL, UK)

“Integrated Assessment: A Case Study on the GISMO Model of the PBL Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency”

Saturday 20 Oct. 2018

9:15-10:45 | Session #5: Models and reality

  • Emmanuel Combet (ADEME, France), Frédéric Ghersi (CNRS-CIRED, France), Julien Lefèvre (AgroParisTech-CIRED, France) & Gaëlle Le Treut (CIRED, France)

“Hybridation to Bridge the Gap between Bottom-Up and Top-Down Energy-Econ.-Environment Modelling”

  • Romain Svartzman (McGill Univ., Canada)

“Financial and Socio-Ecological Instabilities – Towards a Comprehensive Analytical Framework”

  • David Glotin (CIRED, France), Cyril Bourgeois (CIRED, France), Louis-Gaëtan Giraudet (ENPC-CIRED, France) & Philippe Quirion (CNRS-CIRED, France)

“Prediction is Difficult, even if it’s about the Past: Backtesting Res-IRF, an Integrated Energy-Economy Model”

11:15-12:45 | Roundtable

  • Roger Guesnerie (Collège de France, France), Kirsten Halsnæs (Technical Univ. of Denmark, Denmark) & Jean-Charles Hourcade (CNRS-CIRED, France)

“Energy Economics, Climate Economics and the Consideration of Facts”

13:45-15:15 | Session #6: Integrated assessment models

  • Arnaud Diemer (Univ. Clermont-Auvergne, France) & Ganna Gladkykh (Univ. of Iceland, Iceland)

“Integrated Assessment Models (IAMs). How to Integrate Energy, Climate and Economics? Challenges and Prospects”

  • Thomas Beaussier (INRA, France)

“Combining Economic Models and Environmental Assessment Methods to Support Regional Policies: A Critical Review”

  • Gregor Semieniuk (SOAS, Univ. of London, UK)

“The Impact of the Theory of Embodied Technical Change on Generating Future Energy Demand Facts in IAMs”

Lieux

  • Campus du Jardin d'agronomie tropicale - 45 bis, avenue de la Belle Gabrielle
    Nogent-sur-Marne, France (94)

Dates

  • vendredi 19 octobre 2018
  • samedi 20 octobre 2018

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Mots-clés

  • énergie, environnement, histoire de la pensée économique, modèle

Contacts

  • Antoine Missemer
    courriel : workshopcired2018 [at] gmail [dot] com

URLS de référence

Source de l'information

  • Antoine Missemer
    courriel : workshopcired2018 [at] gmail [dot] com

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« Facts in Environmental and Energy Economics », Journée d'étude, Calenda, Publié le jeudi 04 octobre 2018, https://calenda.org/484257

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