Toulouse School of Economics

Claude Crampes

Toulouse School of Economics
Professor Emeritus

Claude Crampes obtained his doctorate in economics from the University of Toulouse in 1975. He is now professor emeritus at the Toulouse School of Economics (TSE) and senior researcher at the Institut d’Economie Industrielle (IDEI). He was a member of the Economic Council of the Electricity Regulatory Commission and the National Committee for Scientific Research. He is currently advising EDF, the leading electricity producer and supplier in France. His areas of research interest are network economics, industrial organization, and the economics of intellectual property.

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Claude Crampes, Thomas-Olivier Léautier White certificates and competition


Tradable certificates are a good tool to promote economic activities when they increase the social surplus. White certificates are counterproductive, because although they encourage activities aimed at reducing energy consumption, these activities are “credence goods,” i.e., goods whose real (...)



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