Associated partnerships

GrEnFIn

The Institut Louis Bachelier (ILB) is now an Associated Partner of the GrEnFIn Erasmus+/Knowledge Alliance project. It aims to provide the Energy Sector’s stakeholders (energy providers, private companies, research institute…) the figure of the Sustainable Energy experts professional, i.e. European high skilled professionals capable to face the changing challenges in the field with an inclusive global logic.

Its main expected results are the development of an innovative Joint Master Degree in the Green Energy and Finance targeting young students, but also a Professional Module to train companies’ staff and experts already active in the labor market. GrEnFIn educational approach contributes to meet the European Commission High-Level Expert Group on Sustainable Finance’s Final Report (January 2018) vision of sustainability and financial stability in Europe that highlights the importance of updating academic and professional curricula to increase financial literacy, and to provide corporate stakeholders with adequate education and training measures in sustainability.

ILB is now part of the European project “GrEnFIn: Greening Energy Market and Finance” coordinated by University of Bologna in cooperation with a Consortium of 13 partners, listed in the following:

  • Ludwig-Maximilian University Munich (LMU) – Germany
  • Birkbeck College London (BIRKBECK) – UK
  • Vienna University of Economics and Business (WU) – Austria
  • University of Katowice (UEK) – Poland
  • University Paris-Dauphine (PARIS-DAUPHINE) – France
  • Tauron Energia (TAURON) – Poland
  • Institute of Pure and Applied Mathematics (IMPA) – Brasil
  • Hera srl (HERA) – Italy
  • Pixel (PIXEL) – Italy
  • Ego Energy srl (EGO) – Italy
  • Planet Sustainable Energy LDA (PSE) – Portugal
  • My Energia Oner SL (MIWENERGIA) – Spain
  • Speed Development Consultants (SPEED) – Greece
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Chaire Femmes et Science - Université Paris Dauphine-PSL

The Women and Science chair at Université Paris Dauphine-PSL, created with the support of the L’Oréal Foundation, the Generali Foundation, La Poste, and the Talan Group, seeks to mobilize and develop interdisciplinary approaches to analyze the causes and consequences of the underrepresentation of women in scientific research and professions. 

The Women and Science chair’s mission is to develop and disseminate research findings and ideas, in France and abroad, and the aim is to assess and better understand: 

  • the factors responsible for the lower representation of women in scientific programs and careers; 
  • how various environmental factors influence the differing academic paths of girls and boys, and of women and men (stereotypes, parents, professors, men, etc.); 
  • the links between academic path chosen and individual academic performance (in scientific subjects, but also in more literary subjects); 
  • the role of sociocultural factors and the suitability of public policies that have been implemented or recommended, using global comparisons; 
  • what happens when a science fails to account for sex or gender in the design of studies; 
  • the effects of women being absent or underrepresented in scientific fields on the quality of research and on what areas are prioritized; 
  • and the solutions, policies, and experiments that have been introduced. 
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