IAERE Fourth Annual Conference
11-12 February 2016, Bologna

Plenary Keynote Lectures

Matthieu Glachant - Jeroen van den Bergh

GlachantMatthieu Glachant
Cerna, Centre d'Economie Industrielle MINES ParisTech
The economics of corporate sustainability

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Matthieu Glachant is head of Cerna – Centre for industrial economics and a professor of economics at MINES ParisTech. He is also a Visiting Professor at the Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment at the London School of Economics since 2012. Matthieu holds a PhD in economics from the Ecole des mines in Paris. Before joining MINES ParisTech in 2001, he was Jean Monnet Fellow at the European University Institute. His research is in the fields of environmental economics and energy economics. Specific areas of expertise include the economics of green innovation, the economics of Corporate Social Responsibility, waste policies, and climate change issues.

van den Bergh

Jeroen van den Bergh
Institute of Environmental Science & Technology of Universitat AutÚnoma de Barcelona
National and international rebound to motivate climate agreement
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ICREA Research Professor in the Institute of Environmental Science and Technology (ICTA), Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB) since September 2007. In addition, he is professor of Environmental and Resource Economics in the Faculty of Economics & Business Administration and the Institute for Environmental Studies, VU University Amsterdam (VUA).
He has more than 170 publications in international journals and wrote/edited 16 books. He was awarded three prizes for articles and a book, and two general environmental science prizes, namely the Royal/Shell Prize 2002 for research on “Sustainable Development, Environment and Resources” the IEC Premi (Sant Jordi) de Medi Ambient 2011. He is editor-in-chief of the Elsevier journal “Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions” and editor of the Edward Elgar book series “Advances in Ecological Economics”. More than 20 researchers finished a PhD thesis under his guidance.
His research is on the intersection of economics, environmental science and innovation studies. Past work includes dematerialization and recycling, ecological-economic modelling, construction of aggregate indicators, growth-versus-environment, spatial/international aspects of environmental policy and fisheries economics. Work in recent years involves evolutionary economics and environmental innovation, behavioural-environmental economics, and the economics of climate change.
A full CV can be downloaded here.


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