An ideal climate and energy policy regime should simultaneously address possibly conflicting objectives, especially in COVID times: ensuring energy security, promoting universal access to affordable energy services, and fostering greener and sustainable energy systems while considering the geopolitical and economic dimensions.
Against this background, the IAEE International Online Conference aims to be a bridge between the latest science in energy economics and its relevance to practical hands-on experience in the energy sector. The digital edition addresses a wider global audience across all the time zones, providing a unique online platform for academics, policy-makers and business leaders from around the world to present and discuss the latest economic research on pressing energy issues in an open and nonpartisan setting.
Call for Papers
From a methodological perspective, the conference welcomes contributions based on: analytical models, econometrics, experiments, surveys, rigorous institutional analyses and case studies, simulation models, equilibrium models, optimization models. Interdisciplinary works with all areas of the natural, social or engineering sciences are also welcome. Learn more