Next session open to the public :
The congestion costs of Uber and Lyft
Creation : Group launched in October 2020.
Coordinator : Shahmeer Mohsin
Composition : Regular participants include doctoral and post-doctoral researchers engaged in the BlaBlaModes project (funded by ADEME, Programme d’Investissements d’Avenir), as well as associated researchers of the Chair. External researchers interested in the various themes of the working group are welcome to attend.
Theme : The Transport, Energy, and Climate Economics Working Group (TrEnCE) organizes academic presentations on diverse topics within the umbrella fields of transport, energy, and environmental economics and offers a place for researchers of these closely related subfields to exchange. We focus on research in economics, but we also welcome relevant contributions from related disciplines. We welcome works at all stage, especially ongoing works to benefit from discussions.
Themes covered include but are not limited to the following topics:
- Fighting transportation externalities: congestion, air pollution, etc.;
- New mobility services;
- Renewable energy resources;
- Environmental challenges: deforestation, biodiversity, natural disasters, etc.;
- Regulatory issues and policy evaluations
Work organization : The TrEnCE working group is organized by the Governance & Regulation Chair at the Paris Dauphine University, PSL. The working group organizes a weekly presentation every Wednesday afternoon (12:15-13:30 PM CET) Our sessions are held online; to subscribe to our mailing list or to volunteer as a future presenter, you can write to the coordinator, Shahmeer Mohsin: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Outcomes : Discussions in the working group have allowed enriching exchanges in the subject matters of interest to the working group and allowed presenters to gain valuable feedback on their work.
Previous sessions : 2023