Oliver Sartor is a Research Fellow at IDDRI with a specialisation in climate policy, trade and industrial competitiveness.
His recent publications focus on the European carbon market, the impacts of energy and carbon prices on energy intensive industries, and policy tools to address carbon leakage.
Before joining IDDRI, Oliver Sartor worked for CDC Climat, a subsidiary of the Caisse des Dépôts et Consignations, and for the Center for Energy and Environment Markets (CEEM) at the University of New South Wales in Sydney (Australia).
He holds an Honours Degree in Economics and a Bachelors Degree in Arts from the University of New South Wales.
Articles by Oliver Sartor:
The limited economic impact of the US shale gas boom
22 March 2014, 16141 reads
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