Doctorat , Economy, Université de Grenoble Alpes
Areas of expertise
- Experimental Economics
- Economics, Energy Efficiency
Carine Sebi is an Associate Professor at Grenoble Ecole de Management (GEM) and member of the energy management team where she leverages and disseminates research projects in close relation with energy stakeholders. Particularly, she coordinates the GEM Chair Energy for Society that studies the impact of new energy services reconciling business attractiveness and acceptability of new energy services by citizens.
She is specialised in energy efficiency evaluation (with a focus on the building sector). Currently she is analyzing the energy communities and the cocreation of new energy services.
Her background includes conducting eco-energy studies and teaching Economics.
Her qualifications include three postgraduate degrees: a PhD in Environmental Economics from Grenoble University, an MSc in MSc in Environmental and Energy Economics from the Toulouse School of Economics and an MSc in Statistics from the Toulouse School of Economics.