Paul Lanoie is currently a full professor and the associate director for academic affairs and strategic planning at HEC Montreal. He holds a M.Sc. in management (1984) from HEC Montreal and a Ph.D. in economics (1989) from Queen’s University in Kingston (Canada). Since 1992, he teaches mainly courses in the area of sustainable development and environmental economics. In particular, he has regularly taught this topic to managers in the energy sector in Mexico, Algeria and China. He has also coauthored around 50 academic articles published in leading journals like Academy of Management Perspectives, Journal of Environmental Economics and Management and Ecological Economics. His research focuses on the different impacts of environmental policies on the firm (its innovation, its productivity, its environmental performance, etc). He is also interested in the different ways firms can reconcile their environmental and financial performances.
- Leader of Greening Economic Growth: How can Environmental Regulation Enhance Innovation and Competitiveness?