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Department of Economics
University of Paris 8
Dr. Julien Chevallier is a Tenured Associate Professor (Professeur des Universités) of Economics at the University Paris 8, where he undertakes research and lectures on time-series econometrics applied to financial, commodity and energy markets, including carbon markets (EU ETS, Kyoto Protocol). He is a member of the Dionysian Economics Lab (Laboratoire dEconomie Dionysien, LED). He is also a member of the Center for Geopolitics and Raw Materials (Centre de Géopolitique de lEnergie et des Matières Premières, CGEMP-LEDa) at the University Paris Dauphine, and Visiting Researcher with EconomiX-CNRS at the University Paris West Nanterre La Défense. Prior to this position, Dr. Chevallier was an Assistant Professor of Economics at the University Paris Dauphine [2009-12]. He received his Ph.D. in Economics from the University Paris West Nanterre La Défense in 2008, and his M.Sc. in Economics from the London School of Economics in 2005. Dr. Chevallier has previously held visiting research positions at the Grantham Institute for Climate Change of Imperial College London, at the Centre for Economic Performance of the London School of Economics, at Georgetown University, and at the World Bank. Dr. Chevallier is the author of the book Econometric Analysis of Carbon Markets (Springer). He has published articles in leading refereed journals, including Applied Economics, Energy Economics, Resource and Energy Economics and The Energy Journal. Furthermore, Dr. Chevallier currently serves as Associate Editor at Energy Economics and at the International Journal of Global Energy Issues. Additional Memberships of Editorial Boards include Low Carbon Economy, Advances in Energy Research, the Journal of Modern Economy and Management; as well as Guest-Editing special issues at the Journal of Energy Marketsand Sustainability.
Finance of Commodity Markets