Social Measures of the Energy Transition, and Macroeconomic Dynamical Systems – MeET-MaDyS
This project focuses on alternative Macro-economic modeling techniques for formalizing, studying and exploring, at the national and international scale, the interaction of credit (bubbles, default, leverage), money (inflation/deflation) and energy (supplying, growth driver) in face of the energy transition. The program is twofold. First, it consists in putting together several original techniques used in Macroeconomics, Applied Mathematics and Production Engineering, which are respectively the stock-flow consistent approach, non-linear dynamics (and related fields), and input-output analysis. Second, the issue is to evaluate new social quality indexes in the light of these models to bring insights on both economic and social impacts of the energy transition on energy-intensive productive economies.
Monsieur Gaël GIRAUD (Institut Louis Bachelier)
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ASSOCIATION GROUPE ESSEC
ILB Institut Louis Bachelier
Help of the ANR 409,489 euros
Beginning and duration of the scientific project: August 2016 - 48 Months