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Email: jeremy.lucchetti@vwi.unibe.ch

Born: 1979, France (Chambéry).


Research Interests

Applied Microeconomic Theory.
Environmental Economics.
Public Economics.


Position

2012 -              Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, University of Geneva
2009 - 2012      Postdoctoral researcher, Department of Economics and Oeschger Center for Climate Change, University of Bern.
2011 (June)     Visiting scholar at Toulouse School of Economics (LERNA).
 
 
Education

2005-2009      Ph.D in Economics, HEC Montréal (University of Montréal, Canada).
2003-2005      M.A in economics, HEC Montréal
(University of Montréal, Canada).
2003-2005      M.A. (DEA) in political economics (distance education), Université Pierre Mendes France, Grenoble (France).
2003              Graduated from the Université Pierre Mendes France, Grenoble (France).


Teaching

2013
             "
Microeconomic Analysis", "Intermediate Microeconomics", "Doctoral Seminar on resource economics".
2012               "Microeconomic Analysis", "Intermediate Microeconomics".
2011               "Topics in applied microeconomics", (Graduate Seminar), "Uncertainty in climate sciences and economics", (Graduate Seminar). University of Bern.
2010               "Risk & Uncertainty in the Mitigation of Climate Change", (Graduate Seminar), University of Bern.
2008-2009       "Environmental Economics", DESS (Graduate Course), HEC Montréal.
2006-2008       "Microeconomic Analysis", introductory economics,
HEC Montréal.
2004-2006       Teaching Assistant: "Microeconomic Analysis", introductory economics, HEC Montréal.

Conference and Seminar Presentations


2013    European Association of Environmental and Resource Economists (Toulouse), Micro workshop (Lausanne).
2012    University of Geneva, SURED (Ascona), ETH Zurich.
2011    Annual Meeting of the Swiss Society of Economics and Statistics (Luzern), European Association of Environmental and Resource Economists (Rome).
2010    Montreal Natural Resources and Environmental Economics Workshop, (Montréal), World Congress of Environmental and Resource Economists, (Montréal), Symposium "The Porter Hypothesis at 20: Can Environmental Regulation Enhance Innovation and Competitiveness?”  (Montréal), Micro workshop (Lausanne).
2009    7th Toulouse Conference on Environment and Resource Economics, (Toulouse), GATE Seminar, (Lyon), Montreal Natural Resources and Environmental Economics Workshop, (Montréal).
2008    Canadian Economic Theory Conference (Vancouver), Social Choice and Welfare, (Montréal), Canadian Economic Association conference, (Vancouver), Annual Conference Les journées du CIRPÉE, (Orford), Société canadienne de sciences économiques, (Montebello), Montreal Natural Resources and Environmental Economics Workshop, (Montréal).
2007    Montreal Natural Resources and Environmental Economics Workshop, (Montréal).
2006    Société canadienne de sciences économiques, (Montréal).

Scholarships and Awards

2012               Finance and Sustainability European Research Award, "Best published Research Article" for "Environmental Policy, Innovation and Performance: New Insights on the Porter Hypothesis", with Paul Lanoie, Nick Johnstone and Stefan Ambec.
2011               Visiting grant from INRA for the project "Regulating a social risk", with Stefan Ambec.
2005-2009      Doctoral Scholarship (HEC Montréal and Cirpée).
2006               Prize for the best master's thesis at HEC Montréal.
2005               “With great distinction” citation and scholarship (HEC Montréal).
2003               Graduate tuition scholarship.

Journal Refereeing

Annales d'Economie et de Statistique, Environmental and Resource Economics (x3), International Journal of Game Theory, International Journal of Sustainable Development, Journal of Economic Theory, Journal of the European Economic Association, Journal of Public Economic,Journal of Public Economic Theory, Louvain Economic Review, Mathematical and Social Science, Resource and Energy Economics (x2).

Conference Refereeing
4th World Congress of Environmental and Resource Economists, (WCERE, Montréal), European Association of Environmental and Resource Economists (x3).

Languages

English, French (native).



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