Program

8:00-8:20 Coffee

8:20-8:30 Welcome address by Christian de Perthuis (Paris-Dauphine)

8:30-10:15 Session 1: Assessing the 2018 EU ETS reform towards the 2021 review

Moderation: Christian Flachsland (MCC)

            • Endogenizing the cap in cap-and-trade system, Peter Kruse-Andersen (University of Copenhagen)
            • Expecting the unexpected: Emissions uncertainty and environmental market design, Jim Bushnell (UC Davis)
            • Intertemporal emissions trading and market design: An application to the EU-ETS, Simon Quemin (LSE and CEC)

10:15-10:45 Coffee break

10:45-12:30 Session 2: Implications of unilateral actions under the EU-ETS

Moderation: Anna Creti (Paris-Dauphine University)

            • Understanding overlapping policies: Internal carbon leakage and punctured waterbed, Grischa Perino (Universit√§t Hamburg)
            • Emissions reserve price options for EU member states, Carolyn Fischer (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam and RFF)
            • Unilateral action under an emissions cap, Ottmar Edenhofer (PIK)


12:30-14:00 Lunch & coffee break

14:00-16:00 Pathfinding Roundtable: Which way forward for progressive Member States?

Chair: Frank Convery (University College Dublin)

            • What is pathfinding? by Michael Pahle (PIK)

Roundtable with:

            • Rep. of European Commission (Peter Zapfel, tbc)
            • Rep. of French Ministry (Olivier David, tbc)
            • Joachim Hein (Federation of German Industries)
            • Mark Lewis (BNP Paribas)
            • Herman Vollebergh (PBL and Tilburg University, Netherlands)
            • Robert Ritz (Cambridge University, UK)
            • Asa Lofgren (G√∂teborgs Universitet, Sweden)
            • Philippe Rosier (MEDEF)
            • Michael Pahle (PIK) or Ottmar Edenhofer (PIK)
            • Christian de Perthuis (Paris-Dauphine)

16:00 Concluding remarks and farewell: Michael Pahle (PIK) and Raphael Trotignon (CEC)