CERALE International Conference : "Capitalizing on managerial and cultural ties between Europe and Latin America to promote sustainable development."
Energy Session on "Bi-regional Energy collaboration: Challenges and Opportunities", coordinated by Prof. Dr Kostas Andriosopoulos.
The Conference was organised by Centre d’Etudes et de Recherche Amérique Latine Europe (CERALE), the Institut des Amériques, and the European Union-Latin America and Caribbean Foundation (EU-LAC Foundation), in collaboration with the Research Centre for Energy Management (RCEM) at ESCP Europe Business School. The event took place on 30th - 31st May , 2016 in Paris.
The meeting aimed to provide a forum for researchers and practitioners to exchange ideas and to present new research results on the theory and modern practice of modeling, risk management, asset pricing and energy management, with a focus on energy modeling and regulation. The event brought together government representatives, international organizations, financial institutions, energy corporations, law firms and top energy experts to discuss the current challenges and opportunities of the Energy industry in Latin America and Europe.
Day 1 - Sessions scheduled on Monday, 30th May will be held at the Palais du Luxembourg
Day 2 - Sessions scheduled on Tuesday, 31st May will be held at the ESCP Europe Paris Campus.
All energy sessions took place on Tuesday, 31st May at the ESCP Europe's Paris Campus.
To check the final programme for the energy sessions please download the file.
• To generate and share new theoretical and practical approaches to management in the two regions by identifying their specificities and promoting convergence.
• To help academic circles offer relevant content that may be used by key players in corporate organisations, decision-makers and public authorities active in the two regions.
Who should attend?
The 2016 CERALE conference was designed for researchers and postgraduate students enrolled in one of the member institutions of CERALE as well as other European and Latin American universities with an interest in the conference theme.
The Organising Committee acknowledges the importance of the participation of corporate managers and alumni in the debates, the working groups, roundtables and plenary sessions.
Expected attendees are professors and researchers; postgraduate and doctoral students; leaders of public and private enterprises as well as senior government representatives.
To see the final programme for the Energy Sessions, please click here.
To visit the official site of the event, please ckick here.
CERALE aims to foster joint research between European and Latin American experts on a broad range of topics: from macroeconomic, political and social issues to management issues. Every issue is explored from a dual European and Latin American perspective.
The purpose of such research is to expand understanding of specific realities in the two regions, as well as to highlight the challenges that both regions face in a particularly unstable and unpredictable international environment.
The Foundation aims at transforming the strategic partnership between the European Union, Latin America and the Caribbean, which was adopted in 1999, into a strengthened and visible reality in which the respective societies participate actively.
About the RCEM
The RCEM's Mission is to build a strong proactive partnership between academia, industry and government, to debate the challenges of the new energy era.
More details will be announced in due course.