Christian Egenhofer: Senior Research Fellow at the Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS), a Brussels-based think tank specialising in EU affairs. As head of the Energy, Climate and Environment Programme, recently he has been specialising on EU energy and climate policies, including security of supply, climate policies and emissions trading.
He is also Jean-Monnet Lecturer at the Centre for Energy, Petroleum and Mineral Law and Policy (CEPMLP) at the University of Dundee and MBA lecturer at the Solvay Business School of Université Libre de Bruxelles. He is member of several editorial boards. He has worked as a consultant both for private and public organisations including various Directorates-Generals of the European Commission, the European Parliament or the WBCSD. Recent relevant publications include:
- (2001) "Security of Energy Supply: A question for policy or the markets?" CEPS Working Party Report (together with Thomas Legge)
- (2002) "EU Greenhouse Gas Emissions Trading: Conditions for Environmental Effectiveness and Economic Efficiency of". CEPS Working Party Report. October 2002 (together with Thomas Legge)
- (2002)"Russian Green Investment Scheme: Potential for Co-operation of Green Investment Strategies" Report for Climate Strategies. October 2002 (together with K. Tangen et al.)
- (2003) Carraro C and Egenhofer C (eds), Firms, Governments and Climate Policy: Incentive-Based Policies for Long-Term Climate Change. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar,
- (2003) "The compatibility of the Kyoto mechanisms with traditional environmental instruments"; in: Carraro C and Egenhofer C (eds), op. cit.
Special feature prepared by Christian Egenhofer and Louise van Schaik:
OGEL Special Issue on Climate Change