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8th IAERE School on “Natural hazards, human disasters: economics and policy of extreme events”

The Department of Economics of the University of Roma Tre and the Italian Association of Environmental and Resource Economists (IAERE) are thrilled to announce the 8th edition of the IAERE School on “Natural hazards, human disasters: economics and policy of extreme events”.

The School will be held on September 23-27, 2024 at the Department of Economics of the University of Roma Tre. The School will be organized in 7 teaching modules and 2 lab sessions. A roundtable with invited speakers and open discussion will conclude the School.

The School will also offer the opportunity to students to present a research proposal. The best proposal will be awarded with a scholarship for a research-visiting period abroad.


In recent times, climate-related extreme events such as hurricanes, floods and droughts have become more frequent and call for a timely and effective responses by both central and local administrators. In fact, despite improvements in early warning systems and post-disaster recovery measures, extreme events still have devastating impacts on societies and take a huge toll in terms of casualties, material deprivation, productivity and altered power relations. The aim of the Summer School is to explore the economic analysis of risk assessment and warning systems, discuss planning and recovery strategies to mitigate, prepare for, and respond to natural hazards, and provide an in-depth inquiry into successful adaptation strategies for reducing the negative impacts of climate-related extreme events.


Stefano Clò (University of Firenze)

Robert Elliott (University of Birmingham)

Loureiro Garcia Maria Luz (University of Santiago de Compostela)

Ilan Noy (Gran Sasso Science Institute)

Mariagrazia D’Angeli (University of Roma Tre)

Elisa Palagi (Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies)

TARGET Graduate students, PhD candidates, and working professionals from any university, research institute, or other organization (private companies, government agencies, NGOs) with an interest in environmental issues and ability to read and write fluently in English. Advanced undergraduates will also be considered. The minimum number of students for the activation of the program in person is 15. The maximum number is 50. Participation to School will be in person.


Elena Paglialunga (Coordinator), Mariagrazia D’Angeli, Elina De Simone, Martina Farinelli, Mara Giua, Martina Mancini, Enrico Marvasi, Francesco Salustri, Luca Spinesi.


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11th Annual Conference of FAERE (French Association of Environmental and Resource Economists)


Since its creation in 2013, FAERE’s objective has been to bring together environmental economists in France and to facilitate mutually beneficial scientific exchanges, in addition to and beyond those already existing in research units or within more general or international associations. The association’s mission is to strengthen the interest of economists in these topics, while the threats and challenges to our development have become great, to stimulate reflection and discussion between French and foreign colleagues, and to promote the work done in this field. We also want to strengthen our links with our foreign colleagues, especially in Europe, by working closely with the national associations that represent them, such as the Spanish-Portuguese Association of Environmental Economics (AERNA) or the Italian Institute of Environmental and Natural Resource Economics (IAERE). In this sense, we will have an active communication of the event towards these two associations for a maximum of submissions from their members, in addition to those made by the EAERE (European Association of Environmental and Resource Economists).

Organized over two days, the conference will bring together up to 170 people (for 130 presentations). In addition to the presentations of the selected papers, we will organize two sessions with invited speakers:

  • A keynote speaker : Professor Susan Chilton,
  • A round table with three invited speakers
    • Julie Subervie, Senior researcher, INRAE, CEE-M, Montpellier,
    • Julien Hardelin, Head of the Biodiversity and Resources Office, General Commission for Sustainable Development, La Défense,
    • Harold Levrel, Professor, AgroParisTech, CIRED, Nogent sur Marne.

The Scientific Committee is composed of 28 persons (12 women, 16 men), and the Local Organising Committee by 8 persons (5 women, 3 men). Please find here their CVs.

For more information please visit the conference website.

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XXV ANNUAL BIOECON CONFERENCE – “Economic Development, Population Dynamics and Biodiversity Conservation”

Keynote Speakers

Professor Elizabeth J. Z. Robinson Professor Paul R. Armsworth
London School of Economics and Political Science University of Tennessee

 The Scientific Partners of BIOECON are pleased to announce the Twenty-fifth International BIOECON Conference on the theme of “Economic Development, Population Dynamics and Biodiversity Conservation”. The Conference will be held at Kings College, Cambridge between the 4th – 6th September 2024. BIOECON XXV will be of interest to both researchers and policymakers working on issues associated with issues at the interface of economic development, conservation and population pressures.

Our keynote speakers will be Professor Elizabeth J. Z. Robinson (Director of the Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment, London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), UK) and Professor Paul R. Armsworth (Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, USA).

In addition to the conference theme, BIOECON XXV aims to have parallel sessions on a broad range of topics within the umbrella of biodiversity economics including: the role of biodiversity and ecosystem services in economic development, plant genetic resources and food security issues, deforestation and development, fisheries, institutions and instruments (e.g. Payments for Ecosystem Services), biodiversity finance, development and conservation, wildlife conservation and endangered species, international trade and regulation and climate change. For a flavour of previous conferences go to this link

In particular, submissions are invited on the themes of:

  • Instruments for conservation in the context of land-use and biodiversity
  • Innovative financial mechanisms for conservation
  • Evaluation of biodiversity-related policies and programmes
  • The use of spatial data to study impacts on biodiversity and conservation programmes
  • The conservation and value of crop genetic diversity
  • Institutional frameworks for resource conservation (property rights, market instruments etc.)
  • The role of behavioural economics in biodiversity conservation policy design
  • Experimental (lab and field) approaches to biodiversity and ecosystem service conservation
  • Institution-building for provision of global public goods
  • Issues of governance and management of natural resources in developing countries
  • Development, growth and resource constraints
  • Resources management, distribution, development, poverty alleviation.
  • Experimental or survey research on the households’, investors’, or executives’ biodiversity preferences or beliefs.

Aligned with the conference theme we will also run a special session on “Population, Fertility Decline and Resource Exploitation:  The Future of Biodiversity” that will be hosted by Prof Timothy Swanson from the Centre for International Environmental Studies (CIES) at the Geneva Graduate Institute (IHEID). The special session welcomes papers addressing any issues regarding population, fertility, dependency, global land use and the impacts of these issues regarding natural resources. Authors that wish their papers to be considered for the special session should make this known upon submission.

BIOECON also has the goal of influencing policy-makers and policy. To this end expert policy panels will be organised. The purpose of these panels will be to bring together practitioners (Government, private sector, NGO) and academics from different disciplines to discuss current policy related issues in biodiversity conservation and environment. The panel sessions will be supported by and contribute to the aims and goals of the funding partners. The precise composition of the Policy Panels is to be announced.


The Conference will be held at the historical premises of King’s College Cambridge. Accommodation and all meals will be provided in the College. The conference will open with a reception at King’s College on the evening of Wednesday the 4th of September. Conference sessions will commence on the morning of the 5th of September and conclude on the afternoon of the 6th September (5:00pm). The conference banquet will take place at the main Dining Hall of King’s College on the evening of the 5th September. Delegates will also have privileged access to the renown King’s College Chapel (unless closed for building work).

Complete papers may be submitted for presentation within the BIOECON Conference and only complete papers will be considered by the Scientific Programme Committee. Electronic copies should be sent to no later than Tuesday 14th of May 2024. Please include Abstract, JEL Codes and Keywords with your submission. Acceptance of papers will be notified by email by Monday 27th of May 2024. If you wish to be considered for a bursary (details below) please indicate this when you apply. Applying for a bursary will not affect whether your paper is selected (indeed, the paper may be accepted even if we are unable to offer a bursary).

It is also possible to submit 3-4 papers together as a suggested “special session” under a theme similar to those indicated above. The Scientific Partners reserve the right to accept papers on an individual basis, so it is possible that even when a session is not accepted, individual papers within the session might be so.


Attendees will be charged £290 to cover: accommodation (on a B&B basis) on the 4th and 5th; drinks reception drinks on 4th; banquet dinner on the 5th; lunch and teas and coffees on 4th and 5th. Accommodation at King’s College (on a B&B basis) is also available for the nights of the 3rd and 6th, at £115/night (for single room). Day participants (not requiring overnights stay) will be charged £120/day (includes lunch and conference banquet) or £90/day (includes lunch but not the conference banquet). All other questions regarding fees, registrations and accommodation should be sent to the conference secretariat at

The conference will be an entirely in-person event. Virtual attendance or on-line presentation of one’s paper will not be possible.

There will be a limited number of bursaries made available which will allow some presenters to attend free of charge (though they will not cover travel to the conference or any visa fees). These will be directed towards PhD students and early career researchers, and particularly those who are based at institutions in the Global South. As noted above, please indicate if you would like to apply for a bursary when submitting your paper.

Registration will open on Tuesday 3rd of June 2024. Registration for all conference attendees, and presenters is due by Wednesday 28th June 2024. It may be possible for attendees who are not presenting to register later than this, but such places cannot be guaranteed. Cancellation and refund policy will be announced when Registration formally opens. Further registration details and all other conference information will be provided on the BIOECON website at

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Early Career Workshop on the Environment, Climate Change and Disasters. Socio-economic Impacts and Adaptation

The workshop provides a precious opportunity to young scholars to facilitate the dissemination and exchange of cutting-edge scientific research on different topics of applied environmental economics involving various socio-economic dimensions such as for firms, the labor market, as well as the health and development of human capital. In addition to serving as a platform for scientific dissemination, the workshop aims to enhance the connections between European and non-European universities, as well as between universities and private research institutions.

The event brings together a small number of young researchers and doctoral students, giving them the opportunity to present their preliminary work to a highly selected and internationally diverse audience. It will feature the participation of three distinguished scholars who will deliver keynote lectures and a selected scientific committee that will attend the workshop, providing valuable advice.

The expected number of participants ranges from a minimum of 8 to a maximum of 10 speakers. Papers using applied micro methods will have priority. To encourage diversity and inclusion, applications from female, female-identified, or non-binary presenting authors are particularly welcome. All selected contributions will be presented in plenary sessions to maximize participant involvement and interaction.

Selected speakers are offered up to 2 nights of accommodation and meals, including the social dinner. Financial support is gratefully acknowledged from the GSSI, FEEM and University of Urbino.

The event will be hosted by the Social Sciences Area of the Gran Sasso Science Institute in L’Aquila (Italy). L’Aquila is a city rich in culture and history. In 2009, it was hit by a powerful earthquake and was rebuilt with the aim of transforming it into a “city of knowledge”. The GSSI, a public higher education institution encompassing four scientific areas (Physics, Mathematics, Computer Sciences, and Social Sciences), was established in 2016 to support the city’s and the region’s new vision. The Workshop also provides a valuable opportunity to visit the wonderfully restored city, its beautiful monuments, churches, and parks. L’Aquila also offers excellent food options.

Keynotes: prof. Josh Graff Zivin (UC San Diego), prof. Ludovica Gazzè (University of Warwick), prof. Giovanni Marin (University of Urbino)

Scientific Committee: Alessandro Palma (GSSI), Claudia Persico (American University), Francesco Vona (University of Milan and FEEM), Matilde Giaccherini (CEIS Tor Vergata), Joanna Kopinska (University of Rome “La Sapienza”), Ilan Noy (GSSI), Marco Modica (GSSI).

Organizing Committee: Carlo Caporali (GSSI), Cecilia Castaldo (GSSI).

Submission: via email at Both extended abstracts and full papers will be accepted.

Submission deadline: April 15th

Notification of acceptance: May 13th

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High-level roundtable on climate negotiations

The High-level roundtable on climate negotiations will take place as an EAERE 2024 pre-conference event on June 30 at KU Leuven, Belgium. This roundtable will be staged before the 29th Annual Conference of the EAERE in 2024 and aims to foster conversation between leading climate negotiators and experts on global climate policies.

The roundtable will mainly comprise official climate negotiators. In the morning and early afternoon, each speaker will present in 10-20 min their preferred international policies to address climate change and global poverty. Then, there will be an open discussion between the speakers, followed by a Q&A session with the public.

The event will help understand the opportunities, conditions, and obstacles for enhanced international cooperation on climate action.

Confirmed Speakers:

Tulio Andrade (Brazil’s head of the division of climate negotiation)

Dipak Dasgupta (India’s former lead climate negotiator)

Avinash Persaud (Barbados’ special envoy on climate finance)

Paul Watkinson (France’s former lead climate negotiator)

Jacob Werksman (EU’s lead climate negotiator)

Tasneem Essop (executive director of Climate Action Network – International)

Joseph Stiglitz (economist)

Organising Commitee

Adrien Fabre (CNRS France)

Sareh Vosooghi (KULeuven)

Questions about the event may be sent to

Registrations are now open. Given the limited number of seats, priority will be given to early registrants. Register here

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Joint Workshop on Circular Economy Economic Modelling

The EAYE and the EU & ANR projects: IAM-Circ, Circomod, CircEUlar and ScarCyclET are pleased to announce a joint workshop on Circular Economy Economic Modelling, scheduled to take place on the 1st of July 2024 in Leuven. This workshop will precede the Annual Conference of the European Association of Environmental and Resource Economists (EAERE) and aims to provide a platform for researchers, especially young non-tenured economists, interested in advancing our understanding of the economic aspects of circular economies. The event is organized with the support of EAERE.

Key Features:

Key Speaker: Aude Pommeret, USMB

Registration: Free but registration needed through this link

Attendance Limit: 40 participants

Workshop Agenda:

The workshop will feature a keynote address by Aude Pommeret, followed by paper presentations. Researchers are invited to submit empirical and theoretical papers covering a broad spectrum of topics related to circular economy economic modelling. Abstracts or draft papers will also be considered.

Submission Details:

Economists, and especially young non-tenured researchers, are encourage to submit their papers or abstracts by March 15th, 10 pm CET, to Please provide a pdf with your paper and author(s) details including current position (Master, PhD, Post-doc, Assis. Prof. etc.) in the email with as object title: “Submission Joint Workshop on Circular Economy Economic Modelling”.

The scientific committee will review submissions, and results about the selected papers for presentation at the workshop, will be communicated to authors by the 10th of April.

Registrations can be done through this link. Questions or inquiries can be directed to the workshop coordinator, Julie Metta, at

Scientific Committee:

  1. Bernard, Polytechnique Montréal & RRECQ
  2. Fizaine, University Savoie-Mont-Blanc
  3. Joltreau, Euro-Mediterranean Center on Climate Change
  4. Lorang, Tilburg University
  5. Metta, Tilburg University

This joint workshop presents a unique opportunity for economic researchers to engage with cutting-edge research, exchange ideas, discuss limits and challenges, and contribute to the advancement of circular economy economic modelling. We look forward to your participation in this workshop.

For submission and more information, please visit this link.

The event is organized with the support of EAERE, EAYE, IAM-Circ, Circomod, CircEUlar & ScarCyclET.

[1] IAM-Circ has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement No. 101106168

[2] Circomod is funded by the European Union under Grant Agreement No. 101056868

[3] This project has received funding from the European Union under the Horizon Europe programme – grant agreement No 101056810.

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10th Atlantic Workshop on Energy and Environmental Economics (AWEEE)

The 10th Atlantic Workshop on Energy and Environmental Economics (AWEEE) will be held in the island of A Toxa, Galicia, Spain on June 20 and 21, 2024. The AWEEE will combine keynote lectures on specific topics by prestigious academics with the presentation of research by invited speakers and by other participants through an open call for papers. The workshop will celebrate its 20th anniversary with the participation of key policymakers and discussions on the future of Energy and Climate Economics in a final hybrid session with the participation of keynotes and invites of previous editions. The AWEEE will be hosted by Economics for Energy with the collaboration of CEPE (ETH Zurich) and CURE (Ruhr-Universität Bochum) and the support of ECOBAS and REDE (Universidad de Vigo).

More information here

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6th Nordic Annual Environmental and Resource Economics (NAERE) Workshop

The 6th Nordic Annual Environmental and Resource Economics (NAERE) Workshop will take place at the Norwegian School of Economics (NHH) in Bergen, Norway, on June 26-27, 2024.

The workshop provides a platform for researchers and PhD students to present their work, receive feedback, and foster networking and collaboration. Workshop activities will include parallel sessions with paper presentations, plenary sessions featuring invited keynote speakers, and informal gatherings over lunch and coffee. A dinner for all workshop participants is scheduled on the first day at a venue offering one of Bergen’s most amazing views.

The 6th edition of the NAERE workshop will be hosted by the Norwegian School of Economics (NHH) and the Centre for Applied Research (Samfunns- og næringslivsforskning, SNF).

Invited speakers:

Karine Nyborg (University of Oslo)

Bård Harstad (Stanford GSB)


Researchers and PhD students are invited to submit theoretical and applied papers in energy, environmental, and resource economics.  We encourage submission of extended abstracts (2-3 pages), but full-length papers will also be considered. While submissions from researchers based outside the Nordic countries are welcome, preference will be given to presenters from the Nordics.

The submission deadline is April 30, 2024.

Other important dates:

  • Notification of acceptance: May 13, 2024
  • Registration and payment: May 13-30, 2024

For more information about the workshop and the submission process, please visit the workshop website:

More information can be found on the NAERE website

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SEEDS Annual Conference 2024

The interuniversity research centre on Sustainability Environmental Economics and Dynamics Studies (SEEDS) opens invitations to the next annual workshop taking place on 15-17 May, 2024 at the Casa della Cultura e della Memoria located in Marzabotto (Bologna), Italy. 

15 May is reserved for PhD DAYS: 
The afternoon of the 15th is reserved for PhD presentations at the SEEDS PhD Day included in this annual conference and can provide feedback opportunities. Senior researchers are highly invited to attend the 15th to provide useful feedback to the younger community, but their presentations will occur on the 16 and 17 May.
Participants were invited to present and share their inter and multi-disciplinary research papers (even at preliminary stages) within and beyond social sciences. 

Please be aware that paper presentations are permitted only for those attending in person.

Data collected will be only used for the aims of the workshop. If you have questions please email

Call for papers available here

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Post-Conference Workshop: REE / JEEM Workshop on Nonmarket Valuation

Resource and Energy Economics (REE) and the Journal of Environmental Economics and Management (JEEM) are delighted to announce a call for papers for the first of two REE / JEEM Workshops on Nonmarket Valuation. These workshops will be staged immediately following the Annual Conferences of the European Association of Environmental and Resource Economists in 2024 and 2025. Selected papers from these workshops will appear in special issues in REE (from the 2024 workshop) and JEEM (from the 2025 workshop).

The first workshop will be held on 5 July 2024 at KU Leuven. The workshop will consist of a pre-conference dinner on 4 July followed by a full day of presentations on 5 July.

Authors are invited to submit empirical and theoretical papers on any topic related to the nonmarket valuation of environmental and natural resources. Papers may cover revealed preference (e.g., hedonics, travel cost, averting behavior), stated preference (e.g., contingent valuation, choice experiments), or benefit transfer applications, along with related topics such as the application of nonmarket valuation methods to natural capital accounting. Abstracts or incomplete papers will not be considered. Submissions from any region of the world are welcome, but those from European researchers or on topics of policy relevance to Europe are particularly encouraged.

Please do not submit identical papers to both the EAERE conference and the REE/JEEM Workshop. There can be overlap (similar topics, similar datasets, even similar models), but at a minimum, the workshop paper should cover something materially different from a paper presented at the conference.

Each paper will be allocated 45 minutes at the workshop, including discussant comments and audience discussion. After the workshop, participants will be asked to submit revised papers to an REE special issue on nonmarket valuation. These papers will be subject to a rigorous but expedited review process for the special issue. Submission fees will be waived.

The Program Committee, consisting of Professors Robert Johnston of Clark University, Roger von Haefen of North Carolina State University, Sandra Rousseau of KU Leuven, and Klaus Moeltner of Virginia Tech, will select roughly eight papers for presentation based on their overall quality and potential impact on the field. Depending on the mix of submissions, the committee anticipates selecting a few themes around which to organize selected papers.

A modest honorarium ($500 US) will be offered to each presenter to partially defray travel and lodging expenses. The deadline for submissions is 15 March 2024. Authors will be notified of acceptance decisions no later than 10 April 2024.

Please submit electronic versions (preferably *.pdf) of your paper and a 2-page vita here. When submitting, authors must acknowledge that their paper is not currently under review at REE, JEEM, or elsewhere.

There will also be a limited capacity for non-presenters to attend the workshop. If you are not planning to submit a paper but would like to attend the workshop, please express your interest using this link. We will let you know in early April if our conference venue is large enough to accommodate your attendance.

Questions about the conference may be sent to or directly to members of the Program Committee.

This event is organised with the support of EAERE.