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DUBOIS Ute

Ute DUBOIS

Department of Finance and Economics
Professor of Economics

Faculty position :

  • Associate Professor X

Contacts :

ISG International Business School
8 rue de Lota
F-75116 Paris
Tél: + 33 1 56 26 10 20
ute.dubois@isg.fr


Ute DUBOIS is a professor at the ISG International Business School. She holds a Ph.D. in Economics from University Paris Sud and is specialized in energy economics and public policy analysis.

  • Her areas of publication are energy economics and competition policy in the energy sector
  • Her teaching specializations are in the area of economics of institutions, organizations and markets.

Teaching Areas

  • Course 1: Economic Institutions
  • Course 2: Methodology of thesis writing (2014-2015)

Research Interests

  • Interest 1: Fuel poverty analysis and policy
  • Interest 2: Energy consumption behavior
  • Interest 3: Reforms and regulation of the electricity sector

Education

  • 2007: PhD in Economics, University Paris Sud, France
    "La gouvernance des réformes concurrentielles de l'industrie électrique. Une analyse néo-institutionnelle"
    “The governance of competitive electricity reforms. A new institutional analysis”

Teaching Experience

  • 2014 -2015: Toolkit “Methodology of thesis writing”, ISG International Business School
  • 2010 -2015: “Economic Institutions”, ISG International Business School
  • 2008 – 2012: Master seminar of methodology on “Case studies” at University Paris Sud
  • 2002 - 2008: Master seminar “Economics of networks, organizations and markets” at University Paris Sud

Publications

Articles

  • Ute Dubois (forthcoming 2014) “La précarité énergétique en milieu urbain : vers une analyse en termes de vulnérabilité ”, Annales de la Recherche Urbaine
  • Sabine Host, Dorothée Grange, Lucile Mettetal, Ute Dubois (2014) « Précarité énergétique et santé : état des connaissances et situation en Ile de France », Pollution Atmosphérique n° 223, Juillet-Décembre 2014.
  • Ute Dubois (2012) “From targeting to implementation: the role of identification of fuel poor households”, Energy Policy, Volume 49, Issue 10, pp. 107-115
  • Ute Dubois and Roxana Saplacan (2010) "Public service perspectives on reforms of electricity distribution and supply: a modular analysis", Annals of Public and Cooperative Economics, Volume 81, Issue 2, Pages 313-356
  • Ute Dubois (2009) "Adaptability of competitive electricity reforms. A modular analysis", Energy Policy, Volume 37, Issue 4, April 2009, Pages 1213-1221
  • Jean-Michel Glachant, Ute Dubois and Yannick Perez (2008) "Deregulating with no regulator: is Germany electricity transmission regime institutionally correct?", Energy Policy, Volume 36, Issue 5, May 2008, Pages 1600-1610
  • Ute Dubois (2008) “Les politiques de concurrence sur les marchés électriques”, Revue de l’Energie, n°585, Septembre-Octobre

Professional Articles

  • Sabine Host, Dorothée Grange, Lucile Mettetal, Ute Dubois (2014) « Précarité énergétique et santé : état des connaissances et situation en Ile de France », Research note of the Regional Health Observatory of the region Ile de France (Observatoire Régional de Santé d’Ile de France), June 2014.
  • Ute Dubois (2013) « Repérer les ménages en précarité énergétique : l’importance des coûts de transaction » (Identifying fuel poor households : the importance of transaction costs), Newsletter Achieve n°5, Octobre 2013.
  • Ute Dubois and Ines Mayer (2013) « La transition énergétique allemande et le débat sur la précarité énergétique » (The German energy transition and the debate on fuel poverty), Focus Précarité énergétique n° 11, June 2013.
  • Ute Dubois (2012) « Précarité énergétique et logement social au Royaume Uni » (Fuel poverty and social housing in the UK), Focus Précarité énergétique n° 10, December 2012

Chapters in Books

  • Ute Dubois (2015) “Energy consumption and poverty reduction”, in “Energy and human capital development in Africa”, African Development Bank, Tunis. (forthcoming)
  • Rault, C., Arouri, M., Ben Youssef, A., Dubois, U., Mhenni, H., and Tchapga, F. (2014), “Harnessing power”, in “One Billion People, One Billion Opportunities” Soucat, A., and Mthuli, N. (eds) (Chapter 8), African Development Bank. Tunis.
  • Ute Dubois and Ines Mayer (2013) "La problématique de la précarité énergétique : un état des lieux franco-allemand” (the problematic of fuel poverty : a French-German overview), Droit et Gestion des Collectivités Territoriales, 2013.

Conference Presentations

2014

  • Colloque GRALE « Gouvernance et Innovations dans le système énergétique : quel rôle pour les collectivités territoriales ? », Paris, 26-27 Novembre 2014, Les tarifs sociaux de l’énergie et les aides à l’énergie permettent-ils de rendre l’énergie abordable ?
  • European Conference of the International Association of Energy Economics, Rome, 28-31 October, “Characterising fuel poverty in Europe. The dimensions of energy affordability and energy inequality” (with Helena Meier)
  • European Conference of the International Association of Energy Economics, Rome, 28-31 October, “Energy consumption and poverty reduction in Africa”
  • Professional seminar of the foundation FACE, Paris, 26 June 2014, “Energy precariousness and its health effects”
  • Conference « Energy and Society », Cracow, 4-6 June 2014, “The emergence of energy poverty as a policy issue : a French-German comparison” (with Ines Mayer)
  • Conference LIFE (Low-income forum on energy), Albany, State of New York, 29 may 2014, “Fuel poverty and energy affordability: lessons from French policies”
  • Conference of the European project ACHIEVE, Brussels, 5th March 2014, “Facts and figures: the multiple aspects of energy poverty”
  • Workshop of the European project EVALUATE, Brussels, 27th February 2014, “Approaches for assessing energy precariousness in France: From poverty to vulnerability?”
  • Roundtable “Fuel poverty and energy efficiency”, organized by the Institute for Sustainable Development (ISD) Warsaw, 31st January 2014, “Interlinks between energy and social policies: the role of energy efficiency in combating energy poverty in France”

2013

  • Conference on climate and energy organised by the Département Seine Saint Denis, Bobigny, 13th November 2013, “Fuel poverty in Europe : what lessons for France ?”
  • Workshop « ATRI MedEnergie » on energy consumption, energy poverty and suburban housing, organised by the LabexMed Marseille, 12th November 2013, “The diversity of energy poverty in Europe”
  • Workshop of the national observatory of energy precariousness (ONPE), Paris, 18th October 2013, “Energy poverty policies in Germany” (with Ines Mayer)
  • Conference of the research group GRALE, University Paris 1, 16th October 2013, “The problematic of energy poverty : a French-German perspective” (with Ines Mayer)
  • Annual conference of the RAPPEL network (network of French fuel poverty actors), 15th October 2013, “Territorial analyses of energy precariousness” (with Sophie Barbarit)
  • Seminar on energy poverty organised by the Departmental Union of the municipal social centres, Département of Deux Sèvres, 23th September 2013, “Energy poverty : towards policies that benefit the largest number to people”
  • Seminar on energy poverty organised by the intercommunal structure Communauté d’agglomération Terres de France, Villepinte, 19th September 2013 “Fighting fuel poverty : a European challenge, local approaches”
  • European Conference of the International Association of Energy Economics, Düsseldorf, 20th August 2013, “Energy poverty in France and in Germany : perceptions and policy approaches” (with Ines Mayer)
  • Launching meeting of the fuel poverty network of the Département Yvelines, 13th June 2013, “The identification of fuel poor households”
  • IAS-STS Conference, Graz, 6-7 May 2013, “Implementing fuel poverty policy: the challenge of identification of fuel poor households”
  • International Energy Agency (IEA) Workshop “Capturing the multiple benefits of energy efficiency”, Copenhagen, 18 -19 April 2013, “Identifying fuel poor populations to maximize the effectiveness of energy efficiency interventions”
  • Energy Action European Fuel Poverty Conference, Dublin, 11-12 March 2013, “Recent developments in French fuel poverty policies”

2012

  • Conference of the local energy agency ALE 37 and Alter’énergies, Tours, 9th October 2012, “La rénovation thermique : quels enjeux sociaux ?” (The social issues of thermal refurbishment of homes)
  • IAEE European Conference, Venice, 9-12 September 2012, “Implementing fuel poverty policy: the challenge of identification of fuel poor households”
  • IAS-STS Conference, Graz, 8-9 May 2012, “Household vulnerability and energy conservation behaviour” (with Eshien Chong)

2011

  • Workshop “Low carbon cities, resilience and social justice”, Birmingham, October 17th 2011, “What is specific about urban fuel poverty? The case of France”
  • Incluesev Workshop “Towards a transatlantic dialogue on energy efficiency, energy poverty and fairness in climate policy”, Durham, North Carolina, October 6th-7th 2011 “The three “worlds” of fuel poverty policy” (with Jean-Michel Glachant)
  • Energy and People Conference, Oxford, 20-21 September 2011, “Household vulnerability and energy conservation behaviour” (with Eshien Chong)
  • 3rd ELAEE Conference, Buenos Aires, 18-19 April 2011, “Access to affordable energy and fuel poverty policies in Europe” (with Jean-Michel Glachant)

2010

  • Workshop “Mapping the European energy poverty landscape: towards common action and co-operation”, Bruxelles, 30 September 2010 “Varieties of urban fuel poverty. A comparison of three residential types”
  • 9th Conference on Applied Infrastructure Research (INFRADAY), Berlin, 9 October 2010 ”Household vulnerability and energy conservation behavior: do the poor save less?”

2009

  • ESNIE day, 16 January 2009 « Les réformes concurrentielles de l’industrie électrique : des objets modulaires »

2008

  • Loyola de Palacio Workshop, Florence, 13 December 2008, “To what extent do vulnerable customers benefit from energy affordability policies?
  • Convention Solidarité d’EDF, Lille, 8 October 2008, « Qu’est-ce que la précarité énergétique ? »
  • FSR Workshop “Affordability of Basic Public Utilities”, Florence, 3 October 2008, “Consumers’ view on French Energy Affordability Policies”
  • SERECO-LARSEN Seminar, Fontenay-aux-Roses, 30 September 2008, "Public service perspectives on reforms of electricity distribution and supply: a modular analysis"
  • IAEE International Conference « Bridging Energy Supply and Demand: logistics, competition and environment », 18 - 20 June 2008, Istanbul, “To what extent do vulnerable customers benefit from policies of access to energy ? Empirical evidence from France”
  • ECPR Conference, Utrecht, 6-7 June 2008 “Adaptability of competitive electricity reforms. A modular analysis”

2007

  • ETUI-REHS/EPSU/SALTSA Conference, 19 - 20 November 2007, Brussels, "Public service perspectives on reforms of electricity distribution and supply: a modular analysis"
  • Atelier EPEE, 6th November 2007 “L’analyse économique de la pauvreté énergétique dans un contexte de réformes électriques concurrentielles"
  • ESNIE Summer school 2007 (21 - 25 May 2007) "Adaptability of electricity reforms. A modular analysis"
  • REFGOV Workshop, 9 - 10 March 2007 "Self-regulation in a frame of utility reform governance"

Professional Associations

Member of :

  • IAEE (International Association for Energy Economics)
  • ECEEE (European Council for an Energy Efficient Economy)
  • WINIR (World Interdisciplinary Network for Institutional Research)
  • HDCA (Human Development and Capability Association)
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