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Antoine Dechezleprêtre.

Antoine Dechezleprêtre


Expertise: environmental policies and innovation, directed technical change, intellectual property, knowledge spillovers, international technology diffusion, patent data

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Dr Antoine Dechezleprêtre is a Senior Economist in the Productivity, Innovation and Entrepreneurship Division, Directorate for Science, Technology and Innovation (STI), OECD and an Associate of the Centre for Economic Performance. His work deals principally with the role of innovation and technology diffusion for the green transition and the role that public policies play in encouraging the development and adoption of clean technologies. Before joining the OECD, Antoine was an associate professor at the Grantham Research Institute of Climate Change and the Environment, London School of Economics. He holds a PhD in economics from Ecole des Mines de Paris (France) and is the winner of the 2020 European Award for Researchers in Environmental Economics under the Age of Forty.

Current areas of research include:

  • The impact of R&D tax credits on innovation activity (with Elias Einiö, Ralf Martin, Trang Nguyen and John Van Reenen) Environmental regulatory first-movers and technological leadership (with Matthieu Glachant) Clean vs dirty innovation and stock returns (with Cal Muckley) Compliance and enforcement in the EU ETS (with Raphael Calel and Frank Venmans) Assessing the additionality of the Clean Development Mechanism: Quasi-experimental evidence from India (with Caterina Gennaioli, Matthieu Glachant and Anna Schröeder) The impact of knowledge spillovers from clean and dirty technologies on firms' productivity (with Ralf Martin and Myra Mohnen) Asymmetric industrial energy prices and international trade (with Misato Sato) Is there a trade-off between dirty imports and clean innovation? (with Damien Dussaux, David Hémous and Mirabelle Muûls) An empirical investigation of the market for patents in France (with Yann Ménière anf Justus Baron) The use of patent counts for cross-country comparisons (with Yann Ménière)