Energy Economics and Ecological Transition

Founded in 2017, the Energy Economics and Ecological Transition chair specializes in macroeconomic issues related to energy supplies.

The chair is composed of a dozen researchers, two PhD students and an engineer, specialized in geopolitics and economics. They annually publish scientific articles in international journals, books for general public and organize international conferences.  

The chair is dedicated to supporting academic research, conferences and skills from various disciplines.

Head of the Chair

Thomas PORCHER

Associate Professor

Focus

  • Price transmission on Energy Markets
  • Geopolitical risks related to Energy Trade
  • Energy issues in Emerging Countries
  • Economic impacts of Energy Transition in Europe