The wake of COOP 23: US and European Perspectives & Actions on Climate Change Policy” – Larry Goulder (professeur à Stanford) et Christian de Perthuis (professeur à Dauphine)
The Stanford Club of France, Les Clubs Mines Energie et Mines Développement Durable
With la chaire Economie du climat de l’Université de Paris Dauphine are pleased to announced the Conference
“US and European Perspectives and Actions on Climate Change Policy”
The conference will take place few days before the COP23 which will take place in November in Bonn
Larry Goulder offers a range of US perspectives and indicates action, and resistance to action, by US decision makers.
Christian de Perthuis presents European perspectives and indicates recent efforts/accomplishments in Europe.
Lawrence H. Goulder a graduate from Stanford University is the Shuzo Nishihara Professor in Environmental and Resource Economics Stanford University and Director of the Stanford Center for Environmental and Energy Policy Analysis
Christian de Perthuis est professeur d’Economie à l’université Paris-Dauphine, en charge de la Chaire économie du climat, une initiative commune lancée par l’université Paris-Dauphine et CDC-Climat
Goulder graduated from Harvard College with an A.B. in philosophy in 1973. He obtained a master’s degree in musical composition from the Ecole Normale de Musique de Paris in 1975 and earned a Ph.D. in economics from Stanford in 1982. He was a faculty member in the Department of Economics at Harvard before returning to Stanford’s economics department in 1989.
Goulder’s research covers a range of environmental issues, including green tax reform, the design of cap-and-trade systems, climate change policy, and comprehensive wealth measurement (“green” accounting). He has served as co-editor of the Journal of Environmental Economics and Management and on several advisory committees to the US Environmental Protection Agency’s Science Advisory Board and the California Air Resources Board.
His work often employs a general equilibrium analytical framework that integrates the economy and the environment and links the activities of government, industry, and households. The research considers both the aggregate benefits and costs of various policies as well as the distribution of policy impacts across industries, income groups, and generations. Some of his work involves collaborations with climatologists and biologists.
At Stanford Goulder teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in environmental economics and policy, and co-organizes a weekly seminar in public and environmental economics.
Date and time
October 13, 2017, 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM
Hotel de l’Industrie
4 place Saint Germain des Prés