EAERE Award for Best Doctoral Dissertations in Environmental and Resource Economics
The EAERE Award for Best Doctoral Dissertations in Environmental and Resource Economics is given to encourage and recognize outstanding and innovative academic achievement in the field of Environmental and Resource Economics.
Three dissertations will be awarded every year after peer review of all submissions.
A thematic session with the new winner is organized by the EAERE Council during the next EAERE Annual Conference.
Dissertations may be on any topic of relevance to Environmental and Resource Economics.
Dissertations must have been written as part of a graduate course of study at an accredited academic European institution and defended in the calendar year preceeding the year in which the award is announced.
THOMAS DOUENNE (2021)
Essays on the economics of environmental policies: preferences, beliefs, and redistribution
(Paris School of Economics & Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne)
FRIKK NESJE (2021)
Assessing climate change
(University of Oslo)
YUTING YANG (2021)
Economic Studies on Energy Transition and Environmental Regulations
(Toulouse School of Economics)
MAURIZIO MALPEDE (2020)
Three Essays on Technological Progress, Natural Resources and Economic Growth
(University of Milano-Bicocca)
PAUL NEETZOW (2020)
The economics of power system transitions: Modeling pathways and policies for storage, grids and renewables
(Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin)
LUTZ SAGER (2020)
Inequality, Consumer Choice, and the Environment
(The London School of Economics and Political Science)
Mirjam KOSCH (2019)
Climate Policies in the Electricity Sector: Empirical Assessments of Renewable Energy Promotion and Carbon Pricing
Aurélien SAUSSAY (2019)
Three Essays on Energy Prices and the Energy Transition
Ton VAN DEN BREMER (2019)
Prudence and Precaution for Natural Resource and Climate Uncertainty
(Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam)