Skills and expertise
Audrey Berry has 10 years' experience in energy and climate in research centres, public institutes and NGOs. She is Doctor in economics with expertise in environmental and energy economics. She was previously a researcher at the International Research Centre on Environment and Development (CIRED) located in Paris, France. Her research focused on the quantification of fuel poverty and the distributive impacts of carbon taxation. She is currently working for the newly established French Climate Change Committee.
Berry, A., Laurent, E., 2019. Taxe carbone, le retour, à quelles conditions? SciencePo-OFCE Working Papers N 2019-06.
Berry, A., 2019. The distributional effects of a carbon tax and its impact on fuel poverty: A microsimulation study in the French context. Energy Policy 124, 81–94.
Berry, A., 2018. Measuring energy poverty: uncovering the multiple dimensions of energy poverty. CIRED Working Papers N 2018-69. (Revise and resubmit in Oxford Poverty & Human Development Initiative Working Papers).
Berry, A., 2017. Compensating households from carbon tax regressivity and fuel poverty: a microsimulation study, FAERE Policy Paper, Number 2017-08.
Berry, A., Jouffe, Y., Coulombel, N., Guivarch, C., 2016. Investigating fuel poverty in the transport sector: toward a composite indicator of vulnerability. Energy Research & Social Science 18, 7–20.
Berry, A., 2015. How to measure energy poverty in transportation? Revue de l'Energie 203–209.