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Environmental Policy and Technological Innovation: Team and Collaborators


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The Team

This work is carried out at the OECD Environment Directorate’s Empirical Policy Analysis Unit. The project team members include Nick Johnstone, Ivan Haščič, Jérôme Silva and Miguel Cárdenas-Rodríguez.


The project has benefited from substantial inputs of a number of researchers outside of the OECD Secretariat. Below is a non-exhaustive list of the collaborating research partners (in alphabetical order):

  • Toshi Arimura (Waseda University, Japan)
  • David Benatia (Université de Montréal, Canada; Toulouse School of Economics, France)
  • Frans De Vries (University of Stirling, UK)
  • Antoine Dechezleprêtre (London School of Economics, UK)
  • Matthieu Glachant (MINES-ParisTech, France)
  • Tamara Hafner (Syracuse University, USA)
  • Erik Haites (Margaree Consultants, Canada)
  • Jung Eun Kim (Syracuse University, USA)
  • Andreas Löschel (ZEW Manheim, Germany)
  • Shunsuke Managi (Tohoku University, Japan)
  • Massimiliano Mazzanti (University of Ferrara and National Research Council, Italy)
  • Neelakshi Medhi (Syracuse University, USA)
  • Yann Ménière (MINES-ParisTech, France)
  • Kevin Murphy (Oakland University, Michigan, USA)
  • Francesco Nicolli (University of Ferrara, Italy)
  • David Popp (Syracuse University, USA)
  • Stephen Seres (Climate Solutions, Montreal, Canada)
  • Elena Verdolini (FEEM Milan, Italy)
  • Sebastian Voigt (ZEW Manheim, Germany)
  • Herman Vollebergh (Erasmus University and Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency)

A number of graduate students have also contributed to the project, including Laurent Clavel, François Marical, Marie Dufourg, Christian Michel, Julie Poirier, Marion Hemar, Renan Devillières, Oussema Trigui (all affiliated with the Paris Graduate School of Economics, Statistics and Finance, ENSAE-ParisTech) and Nadja Kahrobaie (SciencesPo Paris and Ecole Polytechnique). Assistance of Thomas Duclert and Guillaume Lafortune (both with Montreal University, Canada) is equally appreciated.

The Project has also benefited from collaboration with a team of patent examiners at the European Patent Office (led by Victor Veefkind and Javier Hurtado-Albir, and supported by Konstantinos Karachalios and Nikolaus Thumm), as well as from collaboration with the UNFCCC (Grant Kirkman).

For technical support and inputs the Project has benefitted from the work of Dominique Guellec, Hélène Dernis and Alessandra Colecchia of the OECD Directorate for Science, Technology and Industry.


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