About me

cropped-victor-court_su-1-1.jpgEnvironmental engineer and economist, in 2016 I defended a PhD thesis on the relationship between the Energy-Return-on-Investment (EROI) of energy systems and long-term economic growth. After two additional years in Paris as a post-doctoral researcher, I then spend one year and a half as a research fellow at the Science Policy Research Unit of the University of Sussex.

I am now an assistant professor at the Center for Energy Economics and Management of IFP School and a research associate at the Energy & Prosperity Chair. My research and teaching areas focus on the interaction between technical change, energy transition, and economic development in the long run.

Fields of interest: economic development, technical change, energy transition, energy & sustainability.



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