Monday, 27 June

09.00-11.00Opening and Invited Papers (Plenary). Chair: Xavier Labandeira
Christoph Böhringer (Oldenburg): The Role of Carbon Tariffs in International Climate Policy. A Critical Appraisal
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
Juan Pablo Montero (PUC-Chile): Output-based allocations in pollution markets with uncertainty and self-selection
11.30-13.00Keynote Lecture
Karen Palmer (RFF): Minding the Gaps in US Climate Policy
Chair: Massimo Filippini
14.00-16.00Parallel Sessions
Session 1Emissions Trading. Chair: Juan Pablo Montero
Jan Abrell, Sebastian Rausch (ETH): Combining Price and Quantity Controls under Partitioned Environmental Regulation
Jan Abrell (ETH), Sebastian Rausch, Hidemichi Yonezawa: Higher Price, Lower Costs? Minimum Prices in the EU Emissions Trading Scheme
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
Matthieu Glachant, Julie Ing, Jean Philippe Nicolai (ETH): The incentives to North-South transfer of climate-mitigation technologies with trade in polluting goods
Ayumi Onuma (Keio), Eiji Sawada: Emission trading enhances the social desirability of environmental improvement
Aleksandar Zaklan (DIW Berlin): The Endowment Effect in Cap-and-Trade Systems: Evidence from the European Electricity Sector
Session 2International Dimensions of Climate Change. Chair: Marco Casari
Johannes Emmerling (FEEM), Massimo Tavoni: Regional Climates, Impacts, and strategic SRM
Louis-Gaëtan Giraudet (CIRED), Céline Guivarch: Global warming as an asymmetric public bad
Florian Landis (ETH): Conditional pledges in climate agreement negotiations: How far can they carry?
Johannes Emmerling, Ulrike Komek, Valentina Bosetti, Kai Lessmann (PIK), Massimo Tavoni: The effect of climate thresholds on coalition formation: an application of numerical models
Klarizze Martin-Puzon (SUAS), Marc Willinger: Resource abundance and participatory governance in the commons: an experiment.
Miguel Rodríguez (Vigo), Yolanda Pena-Boquete: Carbon Intensity Changes in the Asian Dragons.
16.30-18.30Parallel Sessions
Session 3Macroeconomics of Climate and Energy Policies. Chair: Christoph Böhringer
Maria Elisa Belfiori (Colorado State): Carbon Trading, Carbon Taxes and Social Discounting
Assia Elgouacem (Sciences Po): External Saving and Exhaustible Resource Extraction
Matthias Kalkuh (MCC), Ottmar Edenhofer: Knowing the Damages is not Enough: The General Equilibrium Impacts of Climate Change
Jörg Lingens (Münster): What´s the damage? Environmental regulation with Policy-Motivated bureaucrats
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?
Susana Silva (Lusíada U.), Isabel Soares, and Oscar Afonso: A new environmental tax reform with promotion of resource substitution
Session 4Residential energy demand. Chair: José M. Labeaga
Nina Boogen (ETH), Souvik Datta, Massimo Filippini: Demand-side management by electric utilities in Switzerland: Analyzing its impact on residential electricity demand
Manuel Frondel, Andreas Gerster (Bochum), Colin Vance: The Power of Mandatory Quality Disclosure: Evidence from the German Housing Market
François Cohen, Matthieu Glachant (ParisTech), Magnus Söderberg: The Adaptation of the US Residential Sector to Global Warming
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
Manuel Frondel, Stephan Sommer (RWI), Colin Vance: Heterogeneity in Residential Electricity Consumption: A Quantile Regression Approach
Miguel A. Tovar-Reanos, Nikolas Wölfing (ZEW): Evaluating distributive effects of energy prices with flexible demand systems: evidence from German household data.

Tuesday, 28 June

09.00-11.00Challenges for Energy and Climate Policies (Plenary). Chair: A. Löschel
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
Michael Pollit (Cambrige): A Global Carbon Market?
Stefan E. Weishaar (Groningen): Squaring the circle: energy market integration and the EU Emissions Trading System: evidence of electricity leakage
María L. Loureiro (Santiago), Xavier Labandeira: Energy efficiency in the retail sector: A field experiment in Europe
11.30-13.00Keynote Lecture
Rick Van der Ploeg (Oxford) Climate Policy: A Second-Best Perspective
Chair: Carlos de Miguel
14.00-16.00Parallel Sessions
Session 5Vehicles, Emissions and Regulation. Chair: Juan Pablo Montero
Davide Cerruti (ETH), Anna Alberini and Joshua Linn: Charging Drivers by the Pound: The Effect of the VED System in the UK
Ibon Galarraga (BC3), Josu Lucas, Steffen Kallbekken: Consumer purchases of energy-efficient cars: behavioural implications for policy
Jarkko Harju, Tuomas Kosonen, Marita Laukkanen (VATT): Tax incidence in the fuel market: Evidence from station-level data
Anna Alberini, Markus Bareit, Massimo Filippini, Adan L. Martinez-Cruz (ETH): Impact of green taxation on retirement of used inefficient vehicles: The Swiss case
Silvia Tiezzi, Stefano F. Verde (EUI): Differential demand response to gasoline taxes and gasoline prices in the U.S.
Session 6Energy Policies and Innovation. Chair Michael Pollitt
Claudio Baccianti (ZEW): Laggard Sectors and Green Growth
Antoine Dechezleprêtre, Damien Dussaux (LSE), David Hemous, Mirabelle Mûuls: International outsourcing and innovation in clean technologies
Christoph Graf (WU), Claudio Marcantonini: Renewable energy intermittency and its impact on thermal generation
Jan Abrell, Mirjam Kosch (ETH), Sebastian Rausch: Abatement Cost and Revenue Effects of Renewable Energy Promotion
Ester Martínez-Ros (UC3M), García-Quevedo, J., Costa-Campi, M.T.: What determines investment in environmental innovation?
16.30-18.30Parallel Sessions
Session 7Developments in Energy and Environmental Economics. Chair: Carlos De Miguel
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
David S. Bieri, Nicolai V. Kuminoff (ASU), Jaren C. Pope: National Expenditures on Local Amenities
Suchita Srinivasan (CIES), Stefano Carattini: Adding fuel to fire? Spatial disparities and peer effects in the adoption of clean cooking fuels in India
Jordi Teixido-Figueras (EUI), Stefano F. Verde: Is the gasoline tax regressive in the 21st century?
Session 8Energy Efficiency. Chair Xavier Labandeira
Luisa Dressler, Elisabetta Cornago (Bruxelles): Energy Performance Certification and Housing Rents: Can Certificates Help to Overcome Split Incentives?
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
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
Juan Pablo Sitler, Mariano Javier Rabassa (PUC Argentina): On the (in)effectiveness of daylight saving time to reduce electricity consumption in Argentina
Hauke Ward (TU Berlin), Alexander Radebach, Ingmar Vierhaus, Armin Fügenschuh, Jan Christoph Steckel: How existing technologies can contribute to reducing global CO2 emissions
20.30Farewell Cocktail