Two papers presented at the 9th European conference on Energy Markets


The European Energy Market conference (EEM) has achieved a considerable success over the past eight years. Its main topics covers electricity and gas market policies, security of supply, climate change and many other developments at a European level. In May 2012 this event was hosted in Florence, Italy, by the Florence School of Regulation and the Loyola de Palacio Chair (two linked research units at the Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies at the European University Institute). I contributed to this event with the following two works: 

Both works will be published as full papers in the conference's proceedings that will be published by the IEEE.