Seventh Atlantic Workshop on Energy and Environmental Economics, A Toxa (Galicia)

27-28 June 2016
Seventh Atlantic Workshop on Energy and Environmental Economics, A Toxa (Galicia)

27 June

Opening and Invited Papers
Christoph Böhringer (Oldenburg)
The Role of Carbon Tariffs in International Climate Policy  Recording Round of questions
Marco Casari (Bologna)
Carbon is Forever: A Climate Change Experiment on Cooperation
José Maria Labeaga (UNED)
Some new methods to evaluate key variables in energy markets Recording  Round of questions
Juan Pablo Montero (PUC-Chile):
Output-based allocations in pollution markets with uncertainty and self-selection Recording Round of questions

Keynote Lecture
Karen Palmer (RFF):
Minding the Gaps in US Climate Policy. Recording Round of questions

Parallel Sessions

Session 1
Jan Abrell, Sebastian Rausch (ETH) Combining Price and Quantity Controls under Partitioned Environmental Regulation Recording and round of questions
Jan Abrell (ETH), Sebastian Rausch, Hidemichi Yonezawa:   
Higher Price, Lower Costs? Minimum Prices in the EU Emissions Trading Scheme
Recording Round of questions
Antoine Dechezleprêtre (LSE), Raphael Calel, Jonathan Colmer, Caterina Gennaioli, Matthieu Glachant, Anna Schröder: Do Pollution Offsets Offset Pollution? Evidence from the Clean Development Mechanism in India Recording Round of questions
Matthieu Glachant, Julie Ing, Jean Philippe Nicolai (ETH): The incentives to North-South transfer of climate-mitigation technologies with trade in polluting goods Recording Round of questions
Ayumi Onuma (Keio), Eiji Sawada: Emission trading enhances the social desirability of environmental improvement  Recording Round of questions
Aleksandar Zaklan (DIW Berlin): The Endowment Effect in Cap-and-Trade Systems: Evidence from the European Electricity Sector Recording Round of questions

Session 2
Johannes Emmerling (FEEM), Massimo Tavoni: Regional Climates, Impacts, and strategic SRM Recording and round of questions
Louis-Gaëtan Giraudet (CIRED), Céline Guivarch: Global warming as an asymmetric public bad Recording and round of questions
Florian Landis (ETH): Conditional pledges in climate agreement negotiations: How far can they carry? Recording and round of questions
Johannes Emmerling, Ulrike Komek, Valentina Bosetti, Kai Lessmann (PIK), Massimo Tavoni: The effect of climate thresholds on coalition formation: an application of numerical models  Recording and round of questions
Klarizze Anne Martin Puzon (SUAS), Marc Willinger: Resource abundance and participatory governance in the commons: an experiment Recording and round of questions
Miguel Rodríguez (Vigo), Yolanda Pena-Boquete: Carbon Intensity Changes in the Asian Dragons Recording and round of questions

Session 3
Maria Elisa Belfiori (Colorado State): Carbon Trading, Carbon Taxes and Social Discounting Recording Round of questions
Assia Elgouacem (Sciences Po): External Saving and Exhaustible Resource Extraction Recording Round of questions
Matthias Kalkuh (MCC), Ottmar Edenhofer: Knowing the Damages is not Enough: The General Equilibrium Impacts of Climate Change Recording Round of questions
Jörg Lingens (Münster): What´s the damage? Environmental regulation with Policy-Motivated bureaucrats Recording and round of questions
Michael Hübler, Oliver Schenker (ZEW), Carolyn Fischer: Second-Best Analysis of European Energy Policy: Is One Bird in the Hand Worth Two in the Bush? Recording Round of questions
Susana Silva (Lusíada U.), Isabel Soares, Oscar Afonso: A new environmental tax reform with promotion of resource substitution Recording Round of questions

Session 4
Nina Boogen (ETH), Souvik Datta, Massimo Filippini: Demand-side management by electric utilities in Switzerland: Analyzing its impact on residential electricity demand Recording and round of questions
Manuel Frondel, Andreas Gerster (Bochum), Colin Vance: The Power of Mandatory Quality Disclosure: Evidence from the German Housing Market Recording Round of questions
François Cohen, Matthieu Glachant (ParisTech), Magnus Söderberg: The Adaptation of the US Residential Sector to Global Warming Recording Round of questions
Julia Blasch, Nina Boogen, Nilkanth Kumar (ETH), Massimo Filippini: Transient and Persistent efficiency in residential electricity consumption in Switzerland and the role of energy literacy and energy saving behaviour Recording Round of questions
Manuel Frondel, Stephan Sommer (RWI), Colin Vance: Heterogeneity in Residential Electricity Consumption: A Quantile Regression Approach Recording Round of questions
Miguel A. Tovar-Reanos, Nikolas Wölfing (ZEW) Evaluating distributive effects of energy prices with flexible demand systems: evidence from German household data Recording Round of questions

28 June

Toon Vandycka, Bert Saveyn (JRC-EC), Kimon Keramidas, Alban Kitous, Zoi Vrontisi: A global stocktake of the Paris pledges: implications for energy systems and economy Recording Round of questions
Michael Pollit (Cambrige): A Global Carbon Market? Recording Round of questions
Stefan E. Weishaar (Groningen): Squaring the circle: energy market integration and the EU Emissions Trading System: evidence of electricity leakage Recording Round of questions
María L. Loureiro (Santiago), Xavier Labandeira: Energy efficiency in the retail sector: A field experiment in Europe Recording Round of questions

Keynote Lecture
Rick Van der Ploeg (Oxford): Climate Policy: A Second-Best Perspective Recording Round of questions

Parallel Sessions

Session 5
Davide Cerruti (ETH), Anna Alberini and Joshua Linn: Charging Drivers by the Pound: The Effect of the VED System in the UK Recording Round of questions
Ibon Galarraga (BC3), Josu Lucas, Steffen Kallbekken: Consumer purchases of energy-efficient cars: behavioural implications for policy Recording Round of questions
Jarkko Harju, Tuomas Kosonen, Marita Laukkanen (VATT): Tax incidence in the fuel market: Evidence from station-level data  Recording Round of questions
Anna Alberini, Markus Bareit, Massimo Filippini, Adan L. Martinez-Cruz (ETH): Impact of green taxation on retirement of used inefficient vehicles: The Swiss case Recording Round of questions
Silvia Tiezzi, Stefano F. Verde (EUI): Differential demand response to gasoline taxes and gasoline prices in the U.S Recording Round of questions

Session 6
Claudio Baccianti (ZEW): Laggard Sectors and Green Growth Recording Round of questions
Antoine Dechezleprêtre, Damien Dussaux (LSE), David Hemous, Mirabelle Mûuls: International outsourcing and innovation in clean technologies Recording Round of questions
Christoph Graf (WU), Claudio Marcantonini:  Renewable energy intermittency and its impact on thermal generation Recording Round of questions
Jan Abrell, Mirjam Kosch (ETH), Sebastian Rausch: Abatement Cost and Revenue Effects of Renewable Energy Promotion Recording Round of questions
Ester Martínez-Ros (UC3M), García-Quevedo, J., Costa-Campi, M.T.: What determines investment in environmental innovation?Recording Round of questions

Session 7
Martina Bozzola (EUI), Christoph Graf, Xavier Labandeira: Climate change mitigation in European agriculture. Insights from Italian data
Renaud Coulomb (Melbourne), Yanos Zylberberg: Rare events and risk perception: evidence from Fukushima Accident
Marco Horvath (Bochum): US Fracking Boom: Implications for Global Oil Prices Recording Round of questions
David S. Bieri, Nicolai V. Kuminoff (ASU), Jaren C. Pope: National Expenditures on Local Amenities Recording Round of questions
Suchita Srinivasan (CIES), Stefano Carattini: Adding fuel to fire? Spatial disparities and peer effects in the adoption of clean cooking fuels in India Recording Round of questions
Jordi Teixido-Figueras (EUI), Stefano F. Verde: Is the gasoline tax regressive in the 21st century? Recording Round of questions

Session 8
Luisa Dressler, Elisabetta Cornago (ULB,Bruxelles): Energy Performance Certification and Housing Rents: Can Certificates Help to Overcome Split Incentives? Recording Round of questions
Massimo Filippini (ETH), Thomas Geissmann, Bill Greene: Persistent and Transient Cost Efficiency in the Swiss Electricity Sector
Bin Hu (BeiJing), Ross McKitrick: Sulphur Dioxide Emission, Economic Growth and Energy Efficiency: A Panel-data Analysis for China Recording Round of questions
Mark Olsthoorn (Grenoble), Joachim Schleich, Simon Hirzel: Adoption of energy efficiency measures for non-residential buildings: technological and organizational heterogeneity in the commercial and services sector Recording Round of questions
Juan Pablo Sitler, Mariano Javier Rabassa (PUC Argentina): On the (in)effectiveness of daylight saving time to reduce electricity consumption in Argentina Recording Round of questions
Hauke Ward (TU Berlin), Alexander Radebach, Ingmar Vierhaus, Armin Fügenschuh, Jan Christoph Steckel: How existing technologies can contribute to reducing global CO2 emissions Recording Round of questions