Encadrements d’étudiants

Mémoires de Master

  • 2022
    • Eulalie Saisset “The Carbon Bubble: How Big it is and Who Owns it?”, Paris School of Economics MSc Thesis
    • Philip Bothe “Air Pollution Inequality in Europe: A Longitudinal Cross-Country Analysis at the Municipality Level”, Paris School of Economics MSc Thesis
    • Corin Blanc “Global Carbon Inequality and Climate Change Mitigation Effort””Global poverty reduction and carbon emissions inequality”, Paris School of Economics MSc Thesis
    • Paco Viry “Ricardian Approach to Resource Constraints”, Paris School of Economics MSc Thesis

 

  • 2021
    • Yannic Rehm, “Measuring and taxing the carbon content of wealth”, Paris School of Economics MSc Thesis
    • Rachel Paya, “Sustainable Welfare? Socio-Ecological Evaluation of the Energy Voucher in France”, Paris School of Economics MSc Thesis
    • Thomas Bezy, “Natural Disasters, Pollution Peaks and Vote for Green Parties: Do Salient Events Affect Environmental Concerns?”, Paris School of Economics MSc Thesis
    • Aymeric Capitaine, “A new income-based approach for individual emission accounting” , Paris School of Economics MSc Thesis

 

  • 2020
    • Megumi Kotani, “Bring Back Kyoto: a Carbon Tax Reform Proposal for Japan”, Sciences Po MSc Thesis
    • Deepika Sehdev, “Carbon Consumption Inequality in India”, Paris School of Economics MSc Thesis
    • François Burq, “French carbon footprint between 1990 and 2015”, Paris School of Economics MSc Thesis
    • Julia Helie, “Digging into the distributive local effects of artisanal versus industrial gold mining in Tanzania“, Paris School of Economics MSc Thesis

 

  • 2019
    • Pascale Champalaune, “Inequality in Exposure to Air Pollution in France: Measurement and Impact of a City-Level Public Policy”, Paris School of Economics MSc Thesis
    • Raavi Agarwal, “The impact of climate shocks on consumption and the consumption distribution in India”, Paris School of Economics MSc Thesis

 

  • 2017
    • – Fiona Kinnisburgh, “Valuing natural capital for wealth accounting: A theoretical and empirical assessment of the Inclusive Wealth and Comprehensive Wealth measures in light of climate change”, Sciences Po Paris MSc Thesis
    • – Ezechiel Kahn “Questions on valuation of Natural Capital: evidence from Canada 1970-2011″, Paris School of Economics MSc Thesis (served as Thesis referee)
    • – Sophie Cistac, “La Justice environnementale en France”, Sciences Po Paris MSc Thesis

 

  • 2015
    • – Laura Le Saux, “La précarité énergétique en France en 2012 : mesures, identification et politiques publiques”, Sciences Po Paris MSc Thesis

 

Thèses de Doctorat

  •  2022-
    • Yannick Rehm, Paris School of Economics. Topic: carbon taxation and inequality [started in 2022]
    • Thomas Bezy, Paris School of Economics. Topic: Natural Disasters, Pollution an Inequality [started in 2022] (co-supervision with Katherin Millock)

 

  • 2019-2022
    • PhD committee of Nitin Bharti, University of Namur. Topic: Inequality in South & East Asia [2019-2022]
    • PhD committee of Elisa Palagi, Santa Anna Pisa University, “The Complexity and Multidimensionality of Economic Inequality: Four Essays” [2019-2022]