Dr Emilien Ravigné

Postdoctoral Research Fellow

Smith School for the Enterprise and the Environment

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Emilien Ravigné is a postdoctoral researcher the Institute for New Economic Thinking (INET) at the Oxford Martin School and the Smith School for the Enterprise and the Environment.

He obtained his PhD in Economics from Université Paris-Saclay in 2022, he was a member of the CIRED and CentraleSupélec. Previously he obtained a MSc in Environmental Economics from AgroParisTech and a MSc in Industrial Engineering from Ecole Centrale Paris.

He is interested in the impacts of climate policies on inequalities. He has assessed the distributional impacts of the French net zero policies package on households and studied the direction of technical change and how it affects the distribution of income.

At INET he is part of the PRINZ project, a ESRC funded muti-university collaboration, to examine how the transition to a clean economy affects the labour markets. Emilien will assess the impacts of net zero policies on productivity in the UK at the national, regional and firm levels.