Nadia holds a PHD in Economics from the University of Paris X-Nanterre France, which was carried out in collaboration with the company EDF and IF Energies Nouvelles (IFPEN). She has been inspired by her lecturers and developed a passion for statistics during her years of master’s degree in energy economics and in applied statistics. In addition, she has a rich professional career in France in the energy field and teaching. She has worked on subjects such as modeling industrial competitiveness, forecasting electricity consumption.
Nadia Kpondjo is also passionate about subjects related to big-data, entrepreneurship and management. She has even started her own company called boostydata (https://boostydata.com), and she is now pursuing her professional career in Canada with one of the largest energy companies in the country.
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…