The Chair Energy and Prosperity is partner of the International Symposium on Money, Banking and Finance, annual meeting of the European Research Group on Money Banking and Finance. It is locally organized by the research department EconomiX.
It is the programme that was available on May 24. To see a more recent version, look on the Symposium’s website)
Organizing comitee : Christophe Boucher (Université Paris Ouest Nanterre La Défense), Michel Boutillier (Université Paris Ouest Nanterre La Défense), Jean-Bernard Chatelain (Université de Paris 1), Alexis Direr (Université d’Orléans).
EconomiX is a research center in economics operated by the CNRS (National Centre for Scientific Research) and the University of Paris Ouest Nanterre La Défense. It combines theoretical and applied research in various fields of economics. Research activities are structured around three complementary axes: Law, Institutions, Regulation and Strategic Interactions; Sustainable Development, Environment and Energy; International Macroeconomics, Banking and Financial Econometrics.
The European research group, GDRE (Groupement De Recherche Européen) in Money, Banking and Finance is a French and international thematic network. It aims at enhancing collaborations between researchers in the fields of money, banking and finance from many universities and other institutions in France and abroad. Among research fields which are very active at the moment one may note: monetary theory, monetary and financial macroeconomics, international finance and financial stability, monetary and financial history, intermediation and financial systems, analysis of financial behaviours and asset price dynamics, banking risks and regulation, alternative finance…
Place : Université Paris Ouest, Nanterre – La Défense – Bâtiment G
200, Avenue de la République – 92001 Nanterre cedex
Time : du 5/07/17 à 9h au 6/07/17 à 18h.
Dinner: The conference’s participants are invited for a cruise boat dinner Wednesday, July 5.
This paper analyses the drivers of French transport CO2 emissions over the period 1960-2017. A decomposition analysis is used to evaluate the relative contribution of five key drivers of passenger and freight transports emissions: transport demand, modal shift, vehicle load factor, energy efficiency and carbon intensity of the energy.
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