28-29th March 2019, Paris School of Economics, 48 Boulevard Jourdan, 75014 Paris (Room R1-14).
Organizer: Stéphane Zuber.
Thursday, 28th March
11:00-12:00am: Stéphane Zuber (CNRS-PSE): “Integrated assessment models and ethics: Survey and issues”
1:30-2:30pm: Hilary Greaves (University of Oxford): “The case for long-termism”
2:30-3:30pm: Aurélie Méjean (CNRS-CIRED): “When opposites attract” (with Antonin Pottier, Marc Fleurbaey and Stéphane Zuber)
4:00-5:00pm: General discussion, “IAMs, risk and uncertainty”
Friday, 28th March
10:00-11:00am: Noah Scrovronik (Emory University): “Health co-benefits of carbon dioxide mitigation and optimal carbon prices”
11:00-12:00am: Stéphane Zuber (CNRS-PSE): “An integrated assessment model of climate and population change” (with Aurélie Méjean, Antonin Pottier and Marc Fleurbaey)
1:30-2:30pm: Mark Budolfson (University of Vermont): “Integrating social welfare function into IAMs to value animal welfare and ecosystems, and aversion to racial, gender, and other subgroup disparities in income and wealth”
2:30-3:30pm: Maddalena Ferranna (Harvard University): “Prioritarianism and climate change”
4:00-5:00pm: General discussion, “Social discounting and IAMs”
The workshop is open to everyone and attendance is free. For reasons of logistic organization,
please write to [email protected] to register.
This event is part of the activities of the Fair-Climpop project funded by Agence National de la Recherche (ANR-16-CE03-0001-01) and of the Climate ethics and future generations project funded by the Swedish foundation for humanities and social sciences.