8th Atlantic Workshop on Energy and Environmental Economics
A Toxa, Galicia (Spain)
21 and 22 June, 2018
Program


Thursday, 21 June

08.00-08.30 Registration

08.30-08.45 Opening

08.45-10.45 Parallel Sessions 1

Session 1A  Energy efficiency (I). Chair: Jose M. Labeaga
> 'Cold case. The forensic economics of energy efficiency labels for domestic refrigeration appliances' Timo Goeschl
> 'Energy performance certificates and investments in building energy efficiency: a theoretical analysis' Pierre Fleckinger, Matthieu Glachant and Paul-H. T. Champ
> 'Empower the consumer! Energy-related financial literacy and its socio-economic determinants' Nina Boogen, Julia Blasch, Claudio Daminato and Massimo Filippini
> 'The effect of culture on energy efficient vehicle ownership' Massimo Filippini and Tobias Wekhof

Session 1B Energy and environmental policies (I). Chair: Xavier Labandeira
> 'Environmental policy and the competitiveness of product markets: the case of electricity' Jan Abrell, Jean Philippe Nicolai and Aleksandar Zaklan
> 'Air quality co-benefits of the Paris Agreement: two birds, one stone?' Toon Vandyck, Kimon Keramidas, Alban Kitous, Joseph V. Spadoro, Rita Van Dingenen, Mike Holland and Bert Saveyn
> 'Using machine learning for policy evaluation: the impacts of the UK carbon tax' Jan Abrell, Mirjam Kosch and Sebastian Rausch
> 'California's cap-and trade program and emission leakage: an empirical analysis' Ashish Tyagi, Chiara Lo Prete and Cody Hall

10.45-11.15 Coffee

11.15-13.15 Parallel Sessions 2

Session 2A Energy Efficiency (II). Chair: Andreas Loeschel
> 'Disaggregated consumption feedback and energy conservation. Evidence from a randomized controlled trial' Andreas Gerster, Mark Andor and Lorenz Gotte
> 'Engaging household in energy saving programs. Field evidence from a foot-in-the door approach with sequential goal-setting' Martin Kesternich, Maksymilian Kochanski and Katarzyna Korczak
> 'Energy efficiency, information and the acceptability of rent increases: a multiple price list experiment with tenants' Lang Ghislaine and Bruno Lanz
> 'Fostering energy efficiency in fashion retailers: a field experiment' Xavier Labandeira and Maria Loureiro

Session 2B Theoretical approaches. Chair: Carlos de Miguel
> 'Optimal fiscal policy when tastes are inherited and environmental quality matters' Stephane Bouche and Carlos de Miguel
> 'The economics of renewable energy support' Jan Abrell, Sebastian Rausch and Clemens Streitberger
> 'The rationale for utility demand-side management, revisited' Jean-Philippe Nicolai, Louis-Gaetan Giraudet and Matthieu Glachant
> 'Competitive pressure and emission-reducing innovation' Oliver Schenker and Claudio Baccianti

13.15-14.15 Lunch

14.15-16.15 Poster session. Chair: Jose M. Labeaga
> 'Clean energy investment and credit rationing' Christian Haas and Karol Kempa
> 'Radioactive: are nuclear power plant outages in France contagious to the German electricity price?' Sonja Rinne
> 'Optimal contractual organization in commodity industries' Clement Nouail
> 'Energy efficiency of residential buildings in the European Union. An exploratory analysis of cross-country consumption patterns' Petrik Runst, Anita Thonipara, Kilian Bizer and Christian Ochsner
> 'A CAPM Analogous multi-stage model for setting a path towards a decarbonized power generation portfolio' Paulino Martinez, Fernando de-Llano, Anxo Calvo and Isabel Soares
> 'Analysis of the brand influence in the rockets and feather effect using disaggregated data' F. Javier Palencia-Gonzalez, Julio Navio-Marco and Gema Juberias
> 'The economic and environmental effects of an environmental fiscal reform in a dynamic CGE framework' Jaume Freire-Gonzalez and Mun Ho
> 'Taxation, tax incentives or public financing. How to successfully incentivize firms' green behavior?' Jose Garcia-Quevedo, Ester Martinez-Ros and Kinga Tchorzewska

16.15-16.30 Coffee

16.30-18.30 Parallel Sessions 3

Session 3A  Energy efficiency (III). Chair: Xavier Labandeira
> 'The role of individual preferences to explain the energy performance gap' Salome Bakaloglou and Dorothee Charlier
> 'Energy efficiency and principal agent gap: conceptual framework and evidence to the landlord tenant problem' Dorothee Charlier and Anna Risch
> 'How do lenders price energy-efficiency loans? Evidence from France' Louis-Gaetan Giraudet, Anna Petronevich and Laurent Faucheux
> 'A cross-sectoral analysis of the role of label information in consumer preferences for energy efficiency' Amaia de Ayala, Sebastien Foudi, M. del Mar Sola, Elena Lopez and Ibon Galarraga


Session 3B Energy demand and emissions. Chair: Andreas Loeschel
> 'Deep reforms in electricity pricing. Evidence from a natural experiment' Xavier Labandeira, Jose M. Labeaga and Jordi Teixido
> 'Income Inequality and carbon consumption. Evidence from environmental Engel curves' Lutz Sager
> 'Cost misperceptions and energy consumption' Andreas Loeschel and Madeline Werthschulte
> 'The causal effect of religious and environmental identity on green preferences: A combined priming and stated choice experiment' Daniel Engler, Elke D. Groh and Andreas Ziegler

20.30 Dinner


Friday, 22 June

09.00-11.00 Invited papers. Chair: Xavier Labandeira
> 'The impact of energy education on low-Income households. Evidence from a randomized encouragement design' Sebastien Houde, Catherine Wolfram and Mary Zaki
> 'Energy transition with variable and intermittent renewable electricity generation' Katheline Schubert
> 'Does renewable generation promote local electricity access? Evidence from Indonesia' Katherine Baylis
> 'Efficiency and distributional implications of combining road pricing and driving restrictions' Juan-Pablo Montero
> 'How consumers trade-off supply security and green electricity. Evidence from Germany and Great Britain' Katrin Rehdanz

11.00-11.30 Coffee

11.30-13.00 Keynote Lecture. Chair: Andreas Loeschel
'What drives oil price fluctuations? Revisiting the role of oil supply and demand shocks? Christiane Baumeister

13.00-14.00 Lunch

14.00-15.30 Keynote Lecture. Chair: Jose M. Labeaga
'The more things CHANGE: Cycles of Human Activity and Natural Global Ecology' Don Fullerton

15.30-16.00 Coffee

16.00-18.00 Parallel Sessions 4

Session 4A  Renewables and innovation. Chair: Carlos de Miguel
> 'The impact of policy and uncertainty on innovation in the wind industry: evidence from European countries' Elena Verdolini, Pierre Jockers and Valentina Bosetti
> 'The evolution of spatial spillovers in the diffusion of domestic solar photovoltaic panels' Marta Talevi
> 'The demand for off-grid solar power. Evidence from rural India`s surprisingly competitive retail power market' Anant Sudarshan, Robin Burgess, Michael Greenstone and Nicholas Ryan
> 'How much load flexibility a euro can buy? Findings from a choice experiments with companies in the German commerce and services sector' Mark Olsthoorn, Joachim Schleich, Katharina Wohlfarth and Marian Klobasa

Session 4B  Energy and environmental policies (II). Chair: Xavier Labandeira
> 'Effect of a uniform global carbon price on industry competitiveness' Hauke Ward, Jan Christoph Steckel and Michael Jakob
> 'REDD and optimal carbon credits trading' Ayumi Onuma and Eiji Sawada
> 'A green Bargain? The impact of an energy saving program on productivity growth in China's iron and steel industry' Thomas Geissman, Massimo Filippini, Valerie Karplus and Da Zhang
> 'Impact of religious participation, social interactions and globalisation on meat consumption and CO2 emisions. Evidence from India' Suchita Srinivasan and Massimo Filippini

20.30 Farewell cocktail


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