Seminar Kleinman Center Event

Energy Economics and Finance Seminar


Diego Känzig
Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, Northwester University


Kleinman Center Classroom
Fisher Fine Arts Building, Room 306
Getting Here

Event Summary

The seminar series in Energy Economics & Finance (EEF) is jointly organized by Wharton’s Business Economics and Public Policy Department, the Kleinman Center for Energy Policy, and Wharton’s Business, Climate and Environment Lab. The scope of the seminar includes regulation and policy papers. The scope of the seminar also includes environmental and transportation issues, as long as there is a connection with energy. Sessions are biweekly on Mondays from 3:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Snacks, beer, and wine will be served after the seminar!

For Spring 2023, the seminar will be held in-person in the Kleinman Center Classroom (Fisher Fine Arts Building Room 306). We have a strong preference for in-person seminar attendance***, but if you are unable to make a certain session or are not based on Penn’s campus, please reach out to Dhivya Kaushik (email below) to get access to the Zoom link.

Find and add a Google Calendar version of the schedule on the BEPP seminar page.

To sign up for the seminar, please send your name, email, and affiliation to Dhivya Kaushik:


Diego Känzig

Assistant Professor, Northwestern University
Diego Känzig is an assistant professor in the Department of Economics at Northwestern University. His research interests are in macroeconomics and macro-finance, with a focus on climate change and inequality.

Spring 2023 Seminar Schedule
  • 3/13: Carolyn Fischer, The World Bank
  • 3/27: Jisung Park, SP2 / Wharton
  • 4/10: Erica Myers, University of Calgary
  • 4/24: Diego Känzig, Northwestern University
  • 5/1: Teevrat Garg, U.C. San Diego
  • 5/11 (Thursday): Hans Koster, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam