Visuel Christian de Perthuis

Christian de Perthuis

Professor at Paris-Dauphine University - Founder of the Climate Economics Chair

4 published articles

Carbon market: what will the future border tax look like?
Opinion

Carbon market: what will the future border tax look like?

In 2005, the European Union introduced the emissions trading system, more commonly referred to as the “carbon market”. Fifteen years later, it is poised to introduce an adjustment mechanism: a carbon border tax. This is the last column in our series “Fifteen years of the carbon market: what’s the...
Christian de Perthuis
Climate and the White House: a leaders summit and then what?
Opinion

Climate and the White House: a leaders summit and then what?

After a period of promises, now has come the time for concrete commitments. At the Leaders Summit on Climate, held on April 22nd and organized by Joe Biden, the president has the opportunity to move past rhetoric and take action.
Christian de Perthuis
Carbon market: hands off my allowances!
Opinion

Carbon market: hands off my allowances!

In 2005, the European Union introduced the emissions trading system, more commonly referred to as the “carbon market”. Fifteen years later, how can we achieve a fair and effective redistribution of this rent between economic actors? This is the second edition in our series “Fifteen years of the...
Christian de Perthuis
Carbon market emissions cap: set the limit!
Opinion

Carbon market emissions cap: set the limit!

In 2005, the European Union introduced the emissions trading system, more commonly referred to as the “carbon market”. What has it done so far? This is the first edition in our series “Fifteen years of the carbon market: what’s the point?” 
Christian de Perthuis