Dr. POMMERET Aude
PhD, Paris I-Sorbonne
Aude Pommeret got her PhD from Paris I-Sorbonne in 2000. She has been Assistant Professor at HEC Lausanne and Professor at the University of Savoie. She is currently doing research on energy and environmental economics with a special interest for the issue of uncertainty. She has published in top economic journals (including Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, American Journal of Agricultural Economics or Review of Economic Dynamics) and is a referee for many journals (among which the Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, The Energy Journal, Resource and Energy Economics, Environmental and Resource Economics). Four of her PhD students have already completed their dissertation and got assistant professorship or highly qualified jobs in public administrations. Aude Pommeret is an elected member of the French National Council of Universities and at the board of the French Association of Environmental and Resources Economists from its creation in 2013. She also has been the scientific head of a research project financed by the French ministry of ecology on energy efficiency in buildings linking five interdisciplinary research teams.
- Environmental economics
- Real options
- Non-expected utility
Other Research Activities
2008-2011: Scientific director for the PREBAT project on "Greenhouse Gases Emissions Reduction and Energetic Efficiency in Buildings: Economic and Financial Dimensions", linking 5 research teams in economics and one research team in physics. This project is financed by the French Ministry of Ecology and Sustainable Development and Planning.
2010-2011 : Scientific director for IREGE of the ANR CLEANER (ChalLEnges pour l’ANalyse économique de long terme de l’Environnement et des Ressources naturelles) .
2011-2014 : Scientific Director for IREGE of ANR INCERDD (prise en compte des INCertitudes pour des Décisions Durables). The objective of this project is to define and use methods that allow taking into account the uncertainties surrounding decisions for cities management.