Conference on Climate and Energy Finance

Conference on Climate and Energy Finance

3 & 4 November 2023

Leibniz University Hannover

© Quelle: Christian Malsch / LUH
Quelle: Christian Malsch / LUH
  • Overview

    The School of Economics and Management of Leibniz University Hannover and the Hannover Center of Finance and Insurance will host the Conference on Climate and Energy Finance on 3 & 4 November 2023.

    The aim of the conference is to present and discuss high-quality research in all areas of climate and energy finance. 
    We welcome submissions from all areas related to climate and energy finance, including:

    • Micro and macroeconomic analysis
    • Pricing, Hedging, and risk analysis
    • Climate econometrics
    • Portfolio allocation and optimization
    • Coroprate finance and risk management
    • Regulation and central bank policy
    • Decision models
    • Real option analysis
    • Managerial accounting & economics
    • Global and regional trade
    • The role of developing countries


  • Keynote Speakers

    Jennifer Castle (Oxford University)


    Michael Goldstein (Babson College)

  • Paper Submission

    The deadline for paper submissions is midnight EST July 31, 2023. Papers must be in pdf format. Please submit one version without identifying author information and one full version with such information to the following address:



  • Venue & Accomodation

    The conference will take place at the school of Economics and Management of Leibniz University Hannover which is located in the city center of Hannover. Hannover is the state capital of Lower Saxony and can be easily reached by plane or train. There are direct flights to all major European airports and direct train connections to all major German cities. Accommodation recommendation will be provided in due course.


  • Conference Organizers

    Lena Dräger
    Marcel Prokopczuk
    Judith Schneider
    Jens Robert Schöndube
    Marina Schröder
    Philipp Sibbertsen
    Maximilian Todtenhaupt
    ​​​​​​​Nils Foege

  • Participation Fee

    The participation fee is € 250 (Full-time PhD students € 150). The fee includes lunches, coffee breaks, and a conference dinner.


  • Journal of Commodity Markets, Special Issue

    The Journal of Commodity Markets will publish a special issue devoted to the theme of the conference. More details on the submission process will be provided at the conference and on the conference webpage.