Anna Créti is a Full Professor at Université Paris Dauphine, Paris; the Director of the Climate Economics Chair (Un. Dauphine) and the Economics of Gas Chair (U Dauphine, Toulouse School of Economics, IFPEN, Ecole des Mines). She is a Research Fellow at Ecole Polytechnique, Paris, and an external affiliate of Siebel Institute, Berkeley. Anna holds a PhD from the Toulouse School of Economics and a post-doc from the London School of Economics. She has extensively studied the competition and regulation of network utilities (telecommunications, banks, gas, electricity...), as well as the link between energy, climate and environmental regulation. Co-editor of the journal Energy Economics, Anna has numerous publications in top economic reviews and she also intervenes in several types of media.
The impact of energy costs on industrial performance: identifying price and quantity effects in the aluminum industry using a data envelopment analysis approach
The authors build a frontier function model with technical and cost efficiency measures to assess the impact of energy costs on competitiveness in the aluminum industry, a heavy energy consumer, by identifying what may be attributed to price and quantity…