Elected professor (adjunct, full-time) at University Paris-Dauphine. Specialized in energy economics and macroeconomics. Scientific publications in energy economics (Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, Environmental Modelling and Assessment).
Director of the Master "Insurance and risk management" at University Paris-Dauphine ("Master 218").
Director of the Institute of private banking and wealth management at University Paris-Dauphine (4 Master degrees).
Consultant for consulting firms, professional organizations, financial institutions.
Economic advisor and member of the Board of Directors in the French employers’ trade union in the industrial sector (UIMM).
Visiting Researcher of King Abdullah Petroleum Study And Research Center (KAPSARC) in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
Frédéric Gonand is a French economist with extensive experience in advising public authorities in different countries on macroeconomic and energy issues. From 2007 to 2011, he was the economic advisor to Mrs Christine Lagarde, then Minister of the Economy in France. He was appointed as Commissioner (2011-2013) of the French Energy Regulation Authority - the regulator of the electricity and gas markets. Since then he has been pursuing in parallel academic activities as well as consulting activities in the energy sector, in France or in the Arabic Peninsula. He is currently professor of economics (adjunct, full-time) at University of Paris-Dauphine, specialized in energy economics and macroeconomics; economic advisor and member of the Board of Directors of the French employers’ trade union in the industrial sector (UIMM), visiting researcher of the King Abdullah Petroleum Study And Research Center (KAPSARC, Riyadh) and consultant in the energy sector for various consultancy firms and businesses. He holds a PhD in economics from Ecole Polytechnique and graduated from Ecole Nationale d’Administration.
The “second dividend” and the demographic structure (with P.-A.Jouvet), Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, 72 (2015), pp.71-97.
The Carbon Tax, Ageing and Pension Reforms, forthcoming in Environmental Modeling and Assessment (2016).