Equity, Welfare and Risk. Final Conference of the EquiRisk Project
This event is part of the EquiRisk research project funded by the ANR (ANR-12-INEG-006-01).
It is organized in collaboration with the Chair “Welfare Economics” at Collège d’Etudes Mondiales.
Attendance is free and open, but registration is mandatory due to space limitation.
November 5: Room 005, ground floor
9:30am–1:00pm: Risk, uncertainty and decision-making
9:30-10:30am: Antony Millner (LSE), “Should climate policy account for ambiguity?”
11:00-12:00am: Antoine Bommier (ETH Zürich), “A dual approach to ambiguity aversion”.
12:00am-1:00pm: Franz Dietrich(CNRS, PSE & CEM-FMSH), “Savage’s theorem for changing conception of states and outcomes”.
2:30–4:30: Fairness and longevity
2:30-3:30pm: Koen Decancq (U. Antwerp & CEM-FMSH), “Measuring successful ageing with respect to what matters to elderly people”.
4:00-5:00pm: Stéphane Zuber(CNRS, PSE & CEM-FMSH), “Longevity risk and fair allocations”.
5:00-6:00pm: Grégory Ponthière (U. Paris-Est, PSE and CEM-FMSH), “Pollution, premature deaths and compensation”.
7:30pm: Dinner for the speakers
November 6: Salle du Conseil B, basement
9:30am–1:00pm: Climate policy
9:30-10:30am: Katheline Schubert (U. Paris 1 & PSE), “Should we extract the European shale gas? The effect of climate and financial constraints”
11:00-12:00am: Aurélie Méjean (CNRS-CIRED & CEM-FMSH), “Intergenerational equity under catastrophic climate change”.
12:00am-1:00pm: Marc Fleurbaey (Princeton U & CEM-FMSH),“The Role of Discounting, Inequality Aversion and Catastrophes in motivating strong climate change mitigation” (joint with R. Socolow, F. Dennig, A. Siebert, M. Budolfson).