30 economists and one conviction : the need for an open debate

Patrice GEOFFRON

Present positions 

• Professor of Economics, University Paris Dauphine
• Director, Laboratory of Economics in Dauphine (LEDa) & Center of Energy Economics (CGEMP).
• Member of the Scientific Council, Smart-Grids France
• Co-editor, Economics and Policy of Energy and the Environment
• Editorial board: International Journal of Management and Network Economics, Revue de l’Energie.
• Member of the Board of Directors of the French Energy Council
• International Energy Association of Energy Economics, World Council Member
• European Distribution System Operators’ Association for Smart Grids, Stakeholders and Innovation Council, Member.

Positions’ held

• International Vice President, Paris-Dauphine University
• Director of the Dauphine Economics Laboratory
• Professor at the University of Reims and Paris XIII
• Visiting professor at the universities of Todai (Tokyo), Fudan (Shanghai) and Bocconi (Milan)
• Energy Expert at the World Bank / ICSID Arbitral Tribunal.
• Chronicler in the World (1997-2007).

Education

Agrégation in Economics
PHD in Economics (award of the best PhD Thesis, National Association of PhDs in Economics).

Main publications

What scope for environmental taxations and incentives ?, in Economics and Policy of Energy and the Environment, 2019.
Meeting the Paris Mandate: A Cross-national Comparison of Energy Policy-making, with Lorna Greening and Raphael Heffron (eds.), Springer, to be published (2019).
Low carbon economy and smart grids, Routledge Handbook of Energy Economics, 2019. Avec Cédric Clastres.
How to use the Blockchain to support the implementation of the Paris Climate Agreement, Annales des Mines, 2019. Avec Stéphane Voisin.
Towards a post-carbon society, Note de la Fondation pour l’Innovation Politique, février 2019.
Regulated electricity sales tariffs: issues and limits, Revue Française de Droit Administratif. Avec Claudie Boiteau. 2018
Implementing the Paris Agreement, in Economics and Policy of Energy and the Environment, 2017. Avec Christian de Perthuis.
Shale gas in France. The Power of Public Opposition: From Permits to Protests to Bans, in Shanti Gamper‐Rabindran (ed.), The Shale Dilemma. A Global Perspective on Fracking and Shale Development, University of Pittsburgh Press 2017.
Smart cities and smart mobilities, in Danielle Attias (ed.), A New Paradigm Of Mobility, Springer, 2017.
Energy: “America great again »?, Cyclope 2017
COP 21: on which “dynamics” of emission reduction does the Paris Agreement open up?, La Revue de l’Énergie n°629 – janvier-février 2016.
Climate change and sustainable finance, numéro spécial de la Revue d’Economie Financière, co-dirigé avec Jean Boissinot, 2015.

 

Economic field of expertise 

Economics of energy and climate change, networks and telecommunication economics, industrial economics.