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Lucas Bretschger Lucas Bretschger, EAERE President

Dear Colleagues,

These are turbulent times for environmental economists! On the bright side, the historic Paris Agreement on climate change was ratified in record time. It already entered into force this year and the world community simultaneously reached the Kigali Agreement on the phase-out of HFC greenhouse gases. But then the US elections suddenly changed the momentum of environmental policy into a different direction. It now appears that important elements of future environmental protection have been thrown into doubt again.

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From the Editor arrow

Mireille Chiroleu-Assouline by Mireille Chiroleu-Assouline, EAERE Council Member and Newsletter Editor

Dear EAERE Friends and Colleagues,

Fall is turning to the past but it also invites us to project ourselves towards the future and this is reflected in this Fall issue of our EAERE Newsletter.

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Editorial Update from Environmental and Resource Economics (ERE), official journal of EAERE arrow

EREby Ian Bateman, Editor-in-chief

As we head towards the end of 2016 we can count this as a further very successful year for the journal. Submissions, which now come from nearly 60 countries worldwide, have almost tripled over the past ten years and are on course to pass the 650 per annum mark by the end of the year. ERE is also on course to be one of the quicker turnaround journals in the field with average time between submission and first decision almost halving over the past five years to now stand at 62 days. Downloads are also very high at over 150,000 per year at the last count. This popularity is also reflected in a good showing for the journal Impact Factor at 1.7, higher than many longer established competitors including the Journal of Public Economics, American Journal of Agricultural Economics, Land Economics and Resource and Energy Economics.

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Editorial Update from Review of Environmental Economics and Policy (REEP), official journal of EAERE arrow

Reepby Carlo Carraro, Editor

The first issue of the eleventh volume of the Review of Environmental Economics and Policy (REEP) will be published in January. This issue contains a symposium on The Use of Integrated Assessment Models for Climate Policy with three excellent essays: The first one, “Integrated Assessment Models and the Social Cost of Carbon: A Review and Assessment of U.S. Experience”, by Gilbert E. Metcalf and James Stock is a balanced overview of recent developments of Integrated Assessment Models and their applications to analyze mitigation strategies. It provides a positive and reasonable assessment to be compared with the negative view contained in “The Use and Misuse of Models for Climate Policy” by Robert S. Pindyck and the positive and interesting proposals contained in “Some Contributions of Integrated Assessment Models of Global Climate Change” by John Weyant.

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23rd EAERE Annual Conference, Athens, 28 June – 1 July 2017 arrow

eaere 2017by Phoebe Koundouri and Sir Partha Dasgupta, Co-Chairs of the Programme Committee

 

Preparations are well underway in Athens for the 23rd Annual EAERE Conference, 28 June – 1 July 2017. The Conference is being organized by the International Centre for Research on the Environment and the Economy (ICRE8), with the support of Athens University of Economics and Business (AUEB), the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens (NKUA) and Athena Research and Innovation Center (ATHENA).

Papers are now being accepted – repeat conference goers will notice a new “face” to the paper submission programme. FlexiMeets has been developed this year and will be used for the first time at the 23rd EAERE conference. The Programme Committee, co-chaired by Sir Partha Dasgupta and Phoebe Koundouri, is also accepting proposals for policy and thematic sessions (send to programme_eaere2017@icre8.eu). The deadline for all submissions is 31 January.
During the registration process, which is now open, participants can choose to attend the Conference Dinner, to be held in the beautiful outdoor environment of the Ekali Club.

See you in Athens!

Sir Partha Dasgupta
University of Cambridge
UK
       Phoebe Koundouri
AUEB and ICRE8, Greece
LSE
, UK

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EAERE-FEEM-VIU Summer School 2016 arrow

ess2016by Massimo Tavoni, School Co-Coordinator


The 2016 EAERE-FEEM-VIU Summer School was held a usual in Venice last June. The School focused on field experiments and their application to environmental and resource economics. The presentations on key topics such as preferences, resources and valuation, cooperation, energy and water conservation, development and growth, as well as climate change. Students presented an array of experiments carried out in Europe, South America, Africa and China.

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2016 Annual General Assembly of Members – draft minutes arrow

The draft minutes of the last EAERE General Assembly of members held on June 25th, 2016 in Zurich are available online here.
The 2015 EAERE Final Accounts are available online here.

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Make a donation to EAERE arrow

Please consider making a donation to EAERE. Your donation will support the Association to further its aims which are:

  • to contribute to the development and application of environmental and resource economics as a science in Europe;
  • to encourage and improve communication between teachers, researchers and students in environmental and resource economics in different European countries;
  • to develop and encourage the cooperation between university level teaching institutions and research institutions in Europe.

Institutes and individual donors will be recognized on our web page unless you request otherwise and prefer your donation to be kept anonymous.
You can make a donation to EAERE here.

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2017 EAERE Call for Individual and Istitutional Membership is now open arrow

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The call for individual and institutional memberships with EAERE in 2017 is now open.

Get the Individual Membership

EAERE is offering a rich portfolio of benefits, making the return on a membership more valuable than ever.
Should your membership expire in 2016, we kindly invite you to renew it.

Get the Institutional Membership
Public and private institutions are invited to support the Association to further its aims by joining EAERE.

We encourage you to check if your institution is not interested in this opportunity.


 

22nd EAERE Annual Conference, Zurich, 22-25 June 2016 arrow

EAERE 2016

Videos of plenary sessions
The videos of EAERE 2016 Plenary sessions are available here

Photogallery

The photogallery of EAERE 2016 is available here

Evaluation Questionnaire
The results of the evaluation questionnaire of EAERE 2016 are available here.


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Do social norms spur pro-environmental behavior among experts? arrow

Stefano CarattiniJulia Blaschby Stefano Carattini and Julia Blasch

At last year’s EAERE conference in Helsinki, about 20% of the participants decided to offset their greenhouse gas emissions during the registration process[1]. This raised the question of whether a social intervention could be devised to spur the adoption of carbon offsets among conference participants.

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European Lifetime Achievement Award in Environmental Economics, 2016 arrow

Michel MoreauxProfessor Michel Moreaux is the winner of the EAERE European Lifetime Achievement Award in Environmental Economics 2016. EAERE has conferred this Award to him in recognition of his lifelong contribution to the development of environmental and resource economics - in particular the theory of natural resources and its application to a wide range of environmental and energy problems -, and for having provided many fundamental and crucial contributions to economic theory, methodology, and capacity building.


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European Practitioner Achievement Award in Applying Environmental Economics, 2016 arrow

Laurence TubianaChristiana Figueres
Professor Laurence Tubiana and Ms Christiana Figueres are the winners of the EAERE European Practitioner Achievement Award in Applying Environmental Economics 2016. EAERE has conferred this Award to Prof. Laurence Tubiana and Ms Christiana Figueres, in recognition of their outstanding contribution to the comprehensive preparation and the successful completion of the Paris Climate Agreement at the COP 21, bringing all nations into a common cause to combat climate change, based on their historic, current and future responsibilities.


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Best poster Award at EAERE/2016 arrow

Zhi LiZhi Li is the winner of the Best Poster Award at EAERE 2016 Annual Conference. He presented the following paper:

Zhi Li, Xiamen University, "Assurance Contracts in Threshold Public Good Provision with Incomplete Information"
Co-authors: Yonghong An, Texas A&M University, and Pengfei Liu, University of Connecticut
Research Highlights

On turning vicious cycles
Changed social norms can contribute to solve even global problems
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Nyborgby Karine Nyborg, former EAERE President

Where traditional policies do not work well, social norms can help people cooperate. This is well-known for small groups, like fishers by a local lake. But can norms also help solve large-scale problems like global warming, biodiversity loss and antibiotics resistance? If so, can policy contribute to make it happen?
These are the questions posed by a group of ecologists, economists and psychologists in a piece recently published in Science. Our answer to each question is “yes” – although with some reservations.

 
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Climate Change Mitigation and Poverty Reduction: Trade-Offs or Win-Win Situations? arrow

climip videoA video about the Workshop on: "Climate Change Mitigation and Poverty Reduction: Trade-Offs or Win-Win Situations?" held in Brussels on June 14th, 2016 is available here.
The event was organised within the CliMiP - Climate Change Mitigation and Poverty Reduction project funded by Compagnia di San Paolo (Italy), Riksbanken Jubileumsfond (Sweden) and Volkswagen Stiftung (Germany) under the Programme “Europe and Global Challenges". Project partners are the German Institute of Global and Area Studies (Germany), Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei (Italy), Energy Research Centre at University of Cape Town (South Africa), National Institute of Development Administration (Thailand), Chiang Mai University (Thailand) and Monterrey Institute of Technology and Higher Education (Mexico).
 
Policy-Related Research

Better regulation delivers a better environment avoiding unnecessary costs arrow

EU  logoby Stephen White

 

Better Regulation is a framework for applying economics in practice: assessing cost-effectiveness, efficiency and the overall costs and benefits of environmental policy. Of course, it has to respect the real world data issues (not all impacts can be quantified or monetised) but it provides a better evidence base for policy makers.
In this way, economic analysis is part of a drive to deliver a better environment by improving clarity, predictability and effectiveness, whilst avoiding unnecessary costs on businesses and administrations.

 

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"Effective Carbon Rates" by OECD arrow

OECD, Effective Carbon RatesOECD’s “Effective Carbon Rates: Pricing CO2 through taxes and emissions trading systems” presents the first full analysis of the use of carbon pricing on energy use in 41 OECD and G20 economies, covering 80% of global energy use and of CO2 emissions. The analysis takes a comprehensive view of carbon prices, including carbon taxes, tradable emission permit prices and specific taxes on energy use (i.e. excise taxes). It shows the entire distribution of carbon prices by country and their composition by six economic sectors within each country. The report finds that carbon prices often are zero or very low. Across the 41 countries, 60% of carbon emissions from energy use are unpriced. Where carbon is priced, the price tends to be low – in particular in sectors outside road transport, such as the industry, the electricity and the commercial and residential sectors, which account for 85% of the carbon emissions studied. Carbon prices vary strongly across countries. The 10 countries with the highest effective carbon rates represent 5% of the 41 countries’ carbon emissions, whereas the 10 countries with the lowest rates – which include several large emitters – account for 77% of emissions. Finally, the analysis reveals a major gap between current carbon pricing policies and the level needed to ensure that carbon is priced even at the lower-end estimate of real climate costs – EUR 30 per tonne of CO2. The ‘carbon pricing gap’, a synthetic indicator measures the extent to which carbon prices fall short of pricing emissions at EUR 30 per tonne. The current carbon pricing gap is 80.1% across the 41 countries surveyed.

 
News from the European Commission Funded Research - EC’s MSCA Programs

DAFNE - A Decision-Analytic Framework to explore the water-energy-food NExus in complex and transboundary water resources systems of fast growing developing countries arrow

Dafneby International Center for Research on the Environment and the Economy (ICRE8) Department on Integrated Resource and Energy Management and Decision Support Systems

 

The International Center for Research on the Economy and the Environment (ICRE8) announces the official kick-off of its new research project, DAFNE (A Decision-Analytic Framework to explore the water-energy-food NExus in complex and transboundary water resources systems of fast growing developing countries).

 
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PENNY - Psychological, social and financial barriers to energy efficiency arrow

PennyThe 1st of September 2016 started the PENNY project, funded by the European Commission, Horizon 2020 Programme. The project is designed for a duration of 3 years and involves 6 partners: Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei – FEEM (coordinator, Italy), Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich – ETHZ (Switzerland), University of Münster (Germany), University of Groningen (Netherlands), Debreceni Egyetem (Hungary), Politecnico di Milano (Italy).  The project will apply a behavioural science approach to better understand individual behaviour in the domain of energy efficiency, related to both the use of energy and the adoption of energy-efficient technologies. By paring with energy utilities and retailers in different European countries, the project will conduct scientific experiments through A/B testing which will enhance the design of policies aiming at maximizing energy efficient behaviors.

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Science Europe Position Statement: The Framework Programme that Europe Needs arrow

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Horizon 2020 is a unique programme worldwide; it is widely appreciated and has an ambitious agenda. It can meet expectations as long as its nature as a programme capable of supporting excellent research is reinforced. Ahead of the launch of the interim evaluation of Horizon 2020, Science Europe wishes to share the extensive experience and collective views of its members, many of whom have decades of experience in setting up world-leading research programmes or are among the main beneficiaries of the Framework Programmes, and to provide recommendations to help prepare future Framework Programmes.

The report is available at:

http://www.scienceeurope.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/SE_Position_Statement_H2020.pdf



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Public stakeholder consultation: interim evaluation of Horizon 2020 arrow

EC  logoThe European Commission has launched a public stakeholder consultation which will feed into the interim evaluation of H2020. Take part in this consultation and have a say on research and innovation activities run by the European Commission. According to the legal act establishing H2020, the European Commission has to carry out an interim evaluation of the programme by 31 December 2017. Public stakeholder consultation is a very important part of this interim evaluation. In addition, the results of this consultation will help to improve the implementation of H2020 and will set the scene for the future discussions on the next EU research and innovation funding post-2020.
This H2020 questionnaire consists of six parts and it will take around 20 minutes to respond.
Please note that the public stakeholder consultation will be open until 15 January 2017.
Read more here.

 

News from related institutions

Environmental economists of the world return to Gothenburg arrow

wcereThe Department of Economics at the School of Business, Economics and Law, has been selected to host the 6th World Congress of Environmental and Resource Economists, June 25th-29th 2018, WCERE 2018.
“We feel happy and proud to once again be trusted to organize a leading congress in our discipline”, says Thomas Sterner, Professor of Environmental Economics, and head of the Local Organization Committee for WCERE 2018.

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ETH Climate Calculator: Useful Online Tool arrow

Eth calculatorThe Paris Agreement on climate change provides the foundation for a dynamic process increasing the ambitions in international climate policy. The aim of the “ETH climate calculator” is to contribute to the process of finding an equitable solution for burden sharing. The online tool calculates fair and equitable contributions of the different countries. Policy targets are expressed in carbon budgets, which are available up to 2050. Users can choose certain parameters and check the impact of their choices on international climate policy. The calculator then provides carbon budget allocations for different approaches. The Equity Climate Calculator has been developed by the Chair of Economics/Resource Economics of ETH Zurich and has recently been updated. Access: http://www.ccalc.ethz.ch/

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Volvo Environment Prize 2017 – Call for nominations arrow

volvoThe Call for nominations for the Volvo Environment Prize 2017 is now open. You can now nominate for the 2017 award. To be considered, nominations must be submitted before January 10, 2017. Anyone can nominate a person for the Volvo Environment Prize.

The span of disciplines and activities for which nominations can be made is wide and includes all disciplines which have relevance to the environment. The research of nominees should be based on scientific grounds but must clearly show impacts outside of the specific discipline.

You can submit your nomination here: http://www.environment-prize.com/the-prize/nominate/

 

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Best Climate Practices 2016 Awards: top projects for expanding access to climate finance arrow

iccgThe International Center for Climate Governance (ICCG), an initiative of the Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei (FEEM) and the Fondazione Giorgio Cini, is pleased to announce the outcomes of the 2016 Best Climate Practices Award, focused on “Expanding access to climate financing”.

The final ranking of the proposals  was obtained by combining the public’s inputs gathered through online voting and the assessments of the International Expert Panel. This year’s panelists: Carlo Carraro (ICCG, GGKP and Ca’Foscari University of Venice), Zaheer Fakir (Green Climate Fund, GCF), Alejandro Kilpatrick (United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, UNFCCC) and Nick Robins (UNEP Inquiry).

 
News from Related Journals

Politica Economica/Journal of Economic Policy (PEJEP) invites submission of papers for the special issue «The New Climate Economy after the Paris Accord» arrow

Strategic Behavior and the Environment

Politica Economica/Journal of Economic Policy (PEJEP) invites submission of papers for the special issue «The New Climate Economy after the Paris Accord».
The journal «Politica Economica/Journal of Economic Policy» is inviting submissions of papers on the implications of the Paris Accord for environmental and energy economics and policy to be published in a special issue to appear in the Winter 2017. The topic of choice is « The New Climate Economy after the Paris Accord».
Carlo Andrea Bollino, Paul Ekins, Marzio Galeotti and Alessandro Lanza will act as guest editors.
If you wish to submit your paper please send it to politicaeconomica@mulino.it by end-February 2017. The timeline for the double-blind refereeing process is as follows: by end-May 2017 first verdict decision, based on guest editors' desk-decisions or on referees' reports; by end-August 2017 reception of revised-and-resubmitted manuscripts; by end-September 2017 final decision. Manuscripts and their abstract should not exceed 10,000 and 200 words.
If you wish to see the previous special issues of PEJEP please visit the Journal website at http://www.rivisteweb.it/issn/1120-9496


Reporting Back from Related Conferences

EAERE Supported Event: Workshop on Non-Market Valuation (WONV), 20-21 June 2016, Bordeaux, France arrow

iefeby Pierre-Alexandre Mahieu, Workshop Coordinator

 

The 4th edition of the Workshop On Non-Market Valuation (WONV) has been organized by the National Research Institute of Science and Technology for Environment and Agriculture (IRSTEA) in Bordeaux, France. It gathered about 45 participants from all over the world (Denmark, France, Sweden, Norway, UK, South Africa, Australia, India…). Highly fruitful discussions took place (notably during the wine testing!!). A best paper award for early stage researchers was launched in this edition. The winner was Adan MARTINEZ-CRUZ (ETH Zurich) who proposed a novel count model for recreation demand analysis.


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EAERE Supported Event: Valuing and Designing Payment Systems for Ecosystem Services, 21-22 June 2016, Zurich, Switzerland arrow

European Commissionby Aart De Zeew, former EAERE President

For the fourth time, the Beijer Institute organised a two-day course just before the World Congress of Environmental and Resource Economists or the annual meeting of the European Association of Environmental and Resource Economists. The course is intended for a selected group of researchers from developing countries and thus contributes to the long legacy of capacity building by the Beijer Institute. Organising it back-to-back with the major conference in the field means that at little extra cost, these researchers can participate in the conference and present a paper or a poster, if accepted. This is a good way to connect these researchers from developing countries to networks of researchers in Europe and North America.

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EAERE Supported Event: 18th Annual BIOECON Conference "Instruments and Incentive Mechanisms for Biodiversity Conservation and Ecosystem Service Provision", 14-16 September 2016, Cambridge, UK arrow

bioeconby Ben Groom, Conference Co-Organiser

For the fourth year running Dr Ben Groom (LSE) and Dr Andreas Kontoleon (Cambridge Land Economy) co-hosted the annual BIOECON conference on the economics of biodiversity conservation (14 – 16 September 2016).

 
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FSR Climate Annual Conference 2016, 1-2 December 2016, Florence, Italy arrow

The FSR Climate Annual Conference (Florence, Italy, 1-2 December 2016) will focus on the economic assessment of European climate policies.
The conference will cover the main climate-related existing policies, at EU, national and subnational levels and will include four sessions, each of them with an invited speaker:
• EU ETS: Simone Borghesi (University of Siena)
• Carbon/energy taxation: Thomas Sterner (University of Gothenburg)
• Energy efficiency policies: Joachim Schleich (Grenoble Ecole de Management and Fraunhofer ISI)
• Renewable policies: Karsten Neuhoff (DIW Berlin and Technical University Berlin)
Roger Guesnerie (Collège de France), will give the keynote speech.

 

Presentations will be made available from the web site after the event.

http://fsr.eui.eu/event/fsr-climate-annual-conference-2016/


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Conference on "The Economics of Energy and Climate Change", 6-7 June 2017, Toulouse, France - Deadline for abstract/paper submissions: January 22, 2017 arrow

The Institut D'Economie Industrielle (IDEI) and the Toulouse School of Economics (TSE) are issuing this call for papers for the eleventh conference on the Economics of Energy and Climate Change.
The conference will be held in Toulouse on June 6‐7, 2017.
All papers related to the economics of energy and/or climate change are welcome, in particular: energy and development, evolution of power industry structure, innovation, renewables, climate policy, the future of nuclear, consumer engagement.
Submission information: DEADLINE January 22, 2017

Please download call for paper [pdf] for information on how submit your papers and about the conference.

Completed draft of accepted paper are due 15 May 2017.

 


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2017 ARCS (Alliance for Research on Corporate Sustainability) Ninth Annual Research Conference, 14-16 June 2017, Rotterdam, The Netherlands -  Deadline for paper submissions: January 9, 2017 arrow

arcsThe ninth annual research conference of the Alliance for Research on Corporate Sustainability (ARCS) will bring together scholars from a variety of disciplinary and methodological perspectives interested in advancing research on corporate sustainability. ARCS is a consortium of universities and individuals, and serves as a professional society of scholars studying the interface between business and sustainability. ARCS provides data, tools, and networking opportunities to researchers who are developing a greater understanding of the opportunities and limits of policies and strategies to foster sustainable business.


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The Role of Water Technology Innovation in the Blue Economy - 4th Water Research Conference 10-13 September 2017, Crowne Plaza Kitchener-Waterloo - Deadline for abstract submissions: March 10, 2017 arrow

This international water conference, co-chaired by the editors in chief of the Elsevier journals Water Research and Water Resources and Economics and endorsed by the International Water Association (IWA), aims to highlight, discuss and advance state-of-the-art thinking and research to support the transition towards a Blue Economy, in particular the role of water science and technology innovation and the necessary institutional-economic enabling environment to foster sustainable behavioral change in current water use and depletion.

Abstract submission deadline: 10 March 2017


From the press

What Does the Trump Victory Mean for Climate Change Policy? arrow

This is the question addressed by Rob Stavins in the press on November 10th. Robert N. Stavins is Albert Pratt Professor of Business and Government, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, Director of the Harvard Environmental Economics Program.
The article is available at: Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) or Stavins' Blog


Letters from Regions

[France] 6th FAERE Thematic Workshop on Green Innovation, 5-6 December 2016, Paris, France arrow

FaereThe 6th thematic workshop on Green Innovation in Paris, France is jointly organized by MINES Paristech, the interdisciplinary institute on innovation (i3), and the French Association of Environmental  and Resource Economists (FAERE). The objective is to provide a platform for discussion on the  economic analysis of green innovation and technology diffusion. The sessions will include both theoretical and empirical papers in clean technology innovation from a discussion on policy instruments  and incentives for promoting innovation to intellectual property measures, behavioral considerations, technological adoption and global transfer mechanisms.

Venue: MINES Paristech, 60 Boulevard Saint Michel, 75006 Paris (RER Luxembourg)


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[Italy] Fifth Annual Conference – Italian Association of Environmental and Resource Economists (IAERE), 16-17 February 2017, Rome, Italy arrow

IAEREby Alessio D'Amato, IAERE vice-president and IAERE 2017 organizing committee chair

On behalf of the organizing committee, I am proud to announce that the Fifth Annual IAERE Conference will be held at the premises of the University of Rome “Tor Vergata”, and will be co-organized by IAERE and by the Centre for Economic and International Studies (CEIS - www.ceistorvergata.it).
The IAERE Conference is as young as the Italian Association, but it is already a well established forum for environmental and resource economists, where scholars (both from Italy and from abroad) present every year their most recent research efforts since 2013.

 
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[UK] envecon 2017: Applied Environmental Economics Conference, 3 March 2017, London, UK arrow

The UK Network of Environmental Economists (UKNEE) is pleased to announce that envecon 2017: Applied Environmental Economics Conference will take place on Friday 3rd March 2017 at The Royal Society in London.

Dedline for long abstract submisison: 28th November 2016

Further info at: http://www.eftec.co.uk/envecon-current/blog

 

Institutional Events and Deadlines


28 June - 1 July 2017, Athens, Greece
EAERE 23rd Annual Conference

2 - 8 July 2017, Venice, Italy
EAERE-FEEM-VIU European Summer School: "Macroeconomics of Climate Change"

25-29 June 2018, Gothenburg, Sweden
6th World Congress of Environmental and Resource Economists

Jan 2018, Ascona, Switzerland
EAERE Winter School: "Uncertainty and Dynamics in Environmental Economic Modeling"

2018, Venice, Italy

EAERE-FEEM-VIU European Summer School, Risk and population ethics: from welfare to climate policy assessment


26 June 2019 - 29 June 2019 Manchester, UK
EAERE 24th Annual Conference

Job Market

 
The European Job Market for Environmental and Resource Economists aims to offer the two sides of the market - institutions with open positions and candidates looking for a job - both a virtual and a physical place to meet and look for the best match. Candidates, universities, public and private institutions, and corporations are invited to apply to participate in the Job Market.

Candidates' profiles and information on open positions are posted in the EAERE website throughout the whole year. Check at http://www.eaere.org/job.
 

Announcements

Events, Books, Journals, Educational Programmes, Web Resources

Information on events, booksjournalseducational programmes, useful links, policy resources, is available on the Association's website.

EAERE members are encouraged to post announcements of interest for the field.
It is sufficient to send an e-mail to eaere@eaere.org containing the information to be posted.
It is a great opportunity to let your news be known by a wide audience!

Institutional Members

EAERE Institutional Members 2016

Public and private institutions are invited to support the Association to further its aims by joining EAERE as institutional members.
Incomes from institutional membership fees are used exclusively and completely to further the aims of the Association. The Association reserves to institutional members a rich portfolio of benefits and different membership options and prices.
Spread the word and invite other institutions to join us!

 

Below the list of the 2016 Institutional Members: EAERE is most grateful for their support.

FULL INSTITUTIONAL MEMBERS

UNIVERSITY INSTITUTIONAL MEMBERS



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