Call for Papers2019-01-21T15:36:16+00:00


APR 1, 2019 : Registration deadline of authors whose abstracts are accepted »
APR 1, 2019: Full paper due date and presenter registration payment deadline »

Concurrent Session & Poster Abstract Format

The abstract must be no more than two pages in length and must include an overview of the topic including its background and potential significance, methodology, results, conclusions and references. All abstracts must conform to the format structure outlined in the template.

We welcome abstracts presenting research using a wide diversity of methods:

  • Economic studies (time series, cross-sections)
  • Field and lab experiments
  • Surveys, conjoint analysis
  • Techno-economic bottom-up models
  • General equilibrium, macro models
  • Game-theoretical methods
  • Simulations (e.g., agent based models)
  • Interdisciplinary research (e.g., law and economics, political economy)
  • Business cases / case studies / benchmarking

Presenter Attendance at the Conference

At least one author of an accepted paper or poster must pay the registration fees and attend the conference to present the paper or poster. The corresponding author submitting the abstract must provide complete contact detail (mailing address, phone, e-mail, etc).

Authors will be notified by January 31, 2019, of the status of their presentation or poster.

Authors whose abstracts are accepted will have until April 1, 2019 to register to the conference and submit their final papers or posters for publication in the online conference proceedings.

While multiple submissions by individuals or groups of authors are welcome, the abstract selection process will seek to ensure as broad participation as possible. Each author may present only one paper or one poster in the conference. No author should submit more than one abstract as its single author.

If multiple submissions are accepted, then a different author will be required to pay the registration fee and present each paper or poster. Otherwise, authors will be contacted and asked to drop one or more paper(s) or poster(s) for presentation.

Those interested in organizing a concurrent session should propose a topic and four possible speakers to info@iaee2019.org.

Cut-off Dates and Notifications

Abstract due date: January 7, 2019 » CLOSED
Acceptance notification: January 31, 2019
Full paper due date and presenter registration payment: April 1, 2019

Conference topics

  • Energy transition: national strategies, impact of circular and shared economy on energy
  • Smart grids and new electricity market regulations: death spiral of utilities, demand charges, load management, storage, renewable integration, ancillary services
  • Energy corridors: pipelines, cross-border electricity interconnections
  • Unconventional oil and gas: fracking, market developments, innovation, environmental impacts
  • Biofuels: current markets, cellulosic and next generation biofuels
  • Energy as a service: end-user energy demand, new business models, energy consumer behavior
  • Climate change and carbon markets: carbon pricing, cap and trade developments
  • Energy in transportation: trends in vehicle sales, zero-emission vehicles, autonomous vehicles
  • Energy systems: heat networks, sector coupling and optimization, circular economy
  • Energy and finance: investments, risks, financial and insurance markets, fossil fuel divestment
  • Energy and macroeconomics: international trade, innovation, growth
  • Energy policies: key players, theory, regulation, institutional barriers, conflicts with trade laws
  • Local governments and initiatives: local mobilization, land-use, district heating, microgrids