Environment, Policies, and Risks: Heterogeneities in Climate Change and Sustainability

International conference « Environment, Policies, and Risks: Heterogeneities in Climate Change and Sustainability», November 28th – 29th 2024Campus Condorcet, Auditorium, centre de Colloques.

Organized by the CEPN with the support of FAERE, University Sorbonne Paris Nord, Fondation pour la modélisation en économie (Labex MME-DDI)

Call for papers:here!

Climate change and disruptive technologies are causing growing concerns about the future trajectories of environmental transition that our societies will experience. The outcomes in terms of labour market opportunities, business strategies, consumption’s patterns, and energy choices are uncertain. The heterogeneity of risks and their impacts calls for appropriate policies to address environmental degradation and pursue social equity. The 14th JT FAERE 2024 will focus on heterogeneities, climate change and sustainability. The diversity of social values, technological trajectories, financial markets, income and environmental inequalities results in heterogeneous responses to environmental damages at individual, sectoral and aggregate levels. New dimensions of conflict and cooperation emerge, depending on the interests at stake. This conference aims to gather theoretical and applied contributions in economics, in order to improve our understanding of the heterogeneous strategies developed by firms, investors, consumers, and policy makers in the face of climate change, its causes and its consequences. In the context of the 14th JT FAERE, we encourage contributions dealing with the following topics:

-New dimensions and diversity of climate-related risks, financial markets
-Heterogeneous effects on labour markets, inequality, just transitions
-Climate change and technological innovations
-Firms’ and consumers’ strategies, energy choices
-Heterogeneous environmental policies, political economy

This list is not exclusive and we strongly encourage the submission of relevant contributions
dealing broadly with the envisaged topics. All presentations will be in English.

* Mireille Chiroleu-Assouline (Paris School of Economics)
* Stefano Giglio (Yale University) (remotely)
* Francesco Quatraro (University of Turin)
* Richard Tol (University of Sussex)
* Francesco Vona (University of Milan and FEEM)

Florina Cristina Badarau (BSE Bordeaux & INFER), Lesly Cassin (BETA- Lorraine University), Cécile Cézanne (University Côte d’Azur), Jean-Michel Courtault (CEPN- USPN), Anna Creti (University Dauphine-PSL & Climate Economics Chair), Patricia Crifo (CREST- Ecole Polytechnique), Delphine David (CEPN-USPN), Etienne Espagne (World Bank), Donatella Gatti (CEPN-USPN & INFER), Imen Ghatassi (CEPN-USPN), Riccardo Magnani (CEPN-USPN), Inma Martinez-Zarzoso (University of Göttingen, Universitat Jaume I in Castellón & INFER), Malo Mofakhami (CEPN- USPN), Gaye-Del Lo (CEPN-USPN), Antonin Pottier (EHESS & CIRED), Francesco Ricci (University Montpellier – CEE-M & FAERE), Sandra Rigot (CEPN- USPN), Francesco Serranito (EconomiX- University Nanterre & INFER), Isabelle This Saint-Jean (CEPN-USPN), Camélia Turcu (LEO – University of Orléans & INFER), Julien Vauday (CEPN-USPN), Marco Vivarelli (Catholic University, Milan).

Donatella Gatti (CEPN – USPN)
Imen Ghatassi (CEPN – USPN)
Malo Mofakhami (CEPN – USPN)
Gaye-Del Lo (CEPN – USPN)
Sandra Rigot (CEPN – USPN)
Julien Vauday (CEPN – USPN)

We acknowledge the submission of full papers. Papers must be in English and include a
cover page with the following information:
-An abstract of up to 500 words, JEL classification and maximum 5 keywords ;
-Authors’ full name and affiliation ;
-Contact details for the corresponding author.
Papers should be submitted electronically as pdf-files to the Conference organizers at
the following website (submission opened on May, 2024):
The contributions selected by the scientific committee will be presented in
English and exclusively on-site.

Submission: September 10th
Acceptance: September 27th
Registration (paper presenters): October 18th

The international journal Eurasian Business Review (EABR; IF=3.5; CiteScore=5.8) will
be happy to consider submissions originating from the conference, and to assure a quick
turnaround timing in the editorial procedure. EABR is a quarterly journal that publishes
rigorous, evidence-based research articles in Management Science and Applied
Economics; empirical studies based on firm-level data and using updated econometric
methodologies are particularly welcome. Submissions related to the conference should
mention it in the cover letter and will be assessed by a double blind referee procedure,
based on at least two reviews. Fast-track timing in the referee process does not imply any
impact on the likelihood to be published in EABR.

Registration is free but mandatory. We ask all participants to register at the conference web site

Event Schedule Details

  • 28/11/2024
    08:02 - 29/11/2024 - 20:02
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