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Summer School in Environmental Studies, Carbon pricing policies: International Legal Context and Economic Perspective, Assas Singapore Campus (July 5-14, 2023)

Research program signed between Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Univ. of Paris-Pantheon-Assas, and Univ. Montpellier for the project  Data-driven innovation and limited adoption: the case of Health Care (Dec. 2022)

Funding from Panthéon-Assas Foundation for the project  A specialized language for a responsible business model? A comparative discourse analysis of B-Corp Banks, with F. Domennec (Paris Sorbonne Université)

Recommendations for a Future-Proof electricity market design,  CERRE report, with N-H von der Fehr, C. Banet, M. Pollitt, and B. Willems, (Dec. 2022)

Recent work

Cartels’ birth and death dynamics: empirical evidence, with T. Karlsson and C. Marvão, International Journal of Industrial Organization,  2023, online

Beyond Hawks and Doves: an experiment on inequality and coordination, with M. Bigoni and M. Blazquez, 2023, CEPR 17867 (Submitted)

Market transparency through a common data platform:  evidence from Nord Pool, with E. Lazarczyk. 

Designing renewable energy auctions: emerging trends in Europe, with O. Rebenaque and F. Roques.

How Do Nascent Social Entrepreneurs Respond to Rewards? A Field Experiment on Motivations in a Grant Competition, with I. Ganguli and M. Huysentruyt, Management Science, 2021. FORBES

Scarcity and Consumers’ Credit Choice, with M. Bos and P. van Santen, Theory and Decisions, 2021.

Strengths and Weaknesses of the Nordic Market Model, with S. Schwenen. Handbook on the Economics of Electricity,  P. Joskow, M. Pollitt and J.M. Glachant (eds.), Edward Elgar, 2021.

Financial Contracts as Coordination Device, with S. Schwenen, Journal of Economics & Management Strategy 29 (2), 2020.

Recent policy work

The weaponization of electricity: The case of electricity trade between Russia and European Union, with E. Lawzarczyk, IAEE Energy Forum, 2022.

Hedging EU’s Winter Risk by Curbing Gas Demand: Solidarity, Nudge, and Market Solutions, FREE Policy Brief, 2022.