About me

I am a PhD candidate in the Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics at the University of California, Berkeley.

I am interested in data-driven projects that will help policy makers take better informed decisions. My current research focuses on the economic challenges associated with energy needs and energy provision. In particular, my dissertation is (I) assessing the economic impact of climate change on electricity markets, and (II) the role of market integration in this context.

Recent(ish) Highlights:

We evaluates the efficacy of anti-contagion policies designed to slow the spread of COVID-19. While the economic and social costs of these policies are highly visible the health benefits, in the form of infections and deaths that would have occurred but are instead avoided or dela- yed, are unseen.

Joint work with the Global Policy Lab. [link to paper] | [media coverage]

- Recipient of the 2019 Sidney Hoos Award for Best Econometrics Paper.
Sébastien Annan-Phan

PhD Candidate
Agricultural & Resource Economics
University of California, Berkeley


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  • Doctoral Fellow, Global Policy Laboratory, Goldman School of Public Policy (2018–)
  • Junior Researcher, Chaire European Electricity Markets, University Paris-Dauphine (2013- )
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