Professor at Université Savoie Mont Blanc

Co-editor of “Resource and Energy Economics”

Head of EMBS program

Scientific Advisor at France Stratégie 


Email : mailto:aude.pommeret@univ-smb.fr




Sept. 2006- : Professor at Université Savoie Mont Blanc (France). 

Jan. 2018 - : Scientific Advisor at France Stratégie, Prime Minister Services (topics: carbon value, electric vehicle). 

Sept. 2014- 2017: Assistant Professor at the School of Energy and Environment, City University of Hong Kong, Professor at Université Savoie Mont Blanc (France) on leave.


July 2017 : Lecturer at the EAERE-FEEM-VIU European Summer School on Macroeconomics, Growth, and the Environment.

Selected Recent Publications


« Intertemporal Emissions Permits Trading Under Uncertainty and Irreversibility » (with Katheline Schubert, PSE), 2018, Environmental and Resource Economics, 2018.

 « Supplementing domestic mitigation and adaptation with emissions reduction abroad to face climate change» (with Alain Ayong Le Kama, EconomiX U.of Paris X), 2017 Environmental and Resource Economics.


« Financial Integration, Growth and Volatility » (with Anne Epaulard, IMF) 2016, Pacific Economic Review.

« Technological vs ecological switch and the environmental Kuznets curve » (with Raouf Boucekkine, AMSE and Fabien Prieur, INRA), American Journal of Agricultural Economics ,95 (2):252-260, 2013


« Optimal regime switching and threshold effects: theory and application to a resource extraction problem under irreversibility »(with R. Boucekkine, AMSE and F. Prieur, INRA), Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control37(12): 2979-2997, 2013

Recent papers

“Childbearing Postponement, its option value and the biological clock”(with David de la Croix, IRES Université catholique de Louvain) 2018


 “Energy transition with variable and intermittent renewable electricity generation”, (with Katheline Schubert, PSE), 2018.

« Willingness to pay for solar panels and smart grids »(with Tunç Durmaz, Yildiz Technical University, Ian Ridley, City University of Hong Kong), 2017.