CBS Inequality Platform’s 1st Workshop on Climate Change and Inequality

CBS Inequality Platform’s 1st Workshop on Climate Change and Inequality will take place 7th-8th of November 2019.

 
Torsdag, 7 november, 2019 - 08:45 to Fredag, 8 november, 2019 - 13:00

CBS Inequality Platform’s 1st Workshop on
Climate Change and Inequality


7th-8th of November 2019
Copenhagen Business School (CBS)


Programme for 7th of November
At Porcelænshaven 26, 2000 Frederiksberg in room PH26_407

08:50-09:10: Registration and morning coffee

09:10-09:15: Welcome

09:15-10:00: Casper Worm Hansen (University of Copenhagen): “Climate, Mortality, and Adaptation: A Century of Weekly Evidence from London”, joint with W. Walker Hanlon and Jake Kantor.

10:00-10:45: Cecilie Marie Løchte Jørgensen (Aarhus Univerity): "Climate Taxation in the Agricultural Sector", joint with Simon Christiansen.

10:45-11:15: Coffee break

11:15-12:00: Kamiar Mohaddes (University of Cambridge): "Long-Term Macroeconomic Effects of Climate Change: A Cross-Country Analysis", joint with Matthew E. Kahn, Ryan N. C. Ng, M. Hashem Pesaran, Mehdi Raissi and Jui-Chung Yang.

12:00-13:00: Lunch

13:00-14:00: Keynote by John Hassler (IIES, Stockholm University): Climate change: Uncertainty and heterogeneity -- consequences for policy

14:00-14:15: Coffee break

14:15-15:30: Short presentations

  • 14:15-14:45: Kelton Ray Minor (University of Copenhagen): “Projected behavioral impacts of changes in ambient temperature on human sleep”
  • 14:45-15:15: Rasmus Kehlet Berg (University of Copenhagen): “Modelling the energy sector in a computable general equilibrium framework”, joint with Janek Bligaard Eskildsen.

15:15-15:45: Coffee break                                               

15:45-17:15: Panel discussion with Peter Birch Sørensen (Copenhagen University), Per Krusell (IIES, Stockholm University) and Marita Laukkanen and Anni Huhtala (VATT, Finland). The questions to be discussed will be the following: 1. What are/will be the distributional effects of climate change within countries and globally? 2. What are/will be the constraints that distributional concerns put on effective climate policy? 3. Taking both of the above questions into account, how can/should climate policy be designed? 4. From your perspective, what are important unresolved research questions related to climate policy and inequality, that is where we need more research?


18:00: Dinner at Madklubben Frederiksberg

 

 

Programme for 8th of November
at Dalgas Have 15, 2000 Frederiksberg in room DH.Ø.0.89

08:50-09:10: Registration and morning coffee

09:10-09:15: Welcome

09:15-10:00: Katinka Kristine Holtsmark (University of Oslo): “The dynamics of linking permit markets”, joint with Kristoffer Midttømme.

10:00-10:45: Waldemar Marz (University of Munich): “Climate Policy and Inequality in
Two-Dimensional Political Competition”.

10:45-11:15: Coffee break

11:15-12:00: 11:15-12:00: Peter Kjær Kruse-Andersen (University of Copenhagen): “Political constraints and carbon leakage in a small open economy” joint with Ulrik R. Beck and Louis B. Stewart.

12:00-13:00: Lunch and closing of the workshop

 

Sidst opdateret: Business in Society platforms // 04/11/2019