María Eugenia Sanin
Skills and expertise
María Eugenia Sanin is an Economist at the Infrastructure Front Office of the Inter-American Development Bank. She coordinates several research projects jointly with the Energy Division and the Behavioral Group at the IDB. She is also an Associate Professor in Economics at Evry, Paris-Saclay University and lead researcher in the Renewable Energy Initiative of the Energy & Prosperity Chair sponsored by the French Ecole Polytechnique. María Eugenia has 10 years of experience in academic research and in the supervision of Master Dissertations and PhD Thesis. She has published more than 15 scientific articles in high impact factor journals. She also has 14 years of experience as a consultant in energy and environmental issues for the private sector, governments and multilateral organizations in Latin-American, Europe and Africa. She holds a PhD from the Catholic University of Louvain and a Bachelor from the Uruguayan UdelaR.
Sanin M. E. (2018). Counterpart choice in Emission Markets: Beyond Pollution Abatement Motives. The Energy Journal, 39.
Creti, A., and Sanin, M. E. (2017). Does environmental regulation create merger incentives?. Energy Policy, 105, 618-630.
Sanin M. E. (2017). Assessing the implementation of the Market Stability Reserve. Energy Policy, 118, pages 642-654.
Arderius D. D., Sanin M. E., Trujillo-Baute E. (2017). CO2 Content of Electricity Losses. Energy Policy, 104, Pages 439-445.
Creti A., Pouyet J., Sanin M. E. (2013). The NOME Law: Some Implications for the French Electricity Market. Journal of Regulatory Economics, 43, Issue 2, pages 196-213
Sanin, M. E., Violante, F., & Mansanet-Bataller, M. (2015). Understanding volatility dynamics in the EU-ETS market. Energy Policy, 82, 321-331.
Sanin M. E., Resende J., De Feo G. (2013). Emission permits trading and downstream strategic market interaction. The Manchester School, 2013, ISSN 1463-6786.