David Pearce Lectures

This series of lectures in honour of the late David Pearce have the objective of giving a prominent space within our conferences to the presentation of high quality work on the application of environmental economics to real policy making.
The David Pearce Lectures were inaugurated in year 2009 and take place during a Plenary lecture every year at the Association’s Annual Conference.
David Pearce was conferred the EAERE European Lifetime Achievement Award in Environmental Economics in year 2005. The award was conveyed at the 14th EAERE Annual Conference, held in Bremen, Germany.



What can Environmental Economics Contribute to the Energy Transition Debate? The Complex Landscape of Integrated Assessment Modelling
Valentina Bosetti
Bocconi University and Euro-Mediterranean Center on Climate Change, Italy


Towards an optimal(?) design of forest conservation interventions in developing countries – evidence from the field
Daan Van Soest
Tilburg University, The Netherlands


No Man is an Island
Karine Nyborg
University of Oslo, Norway


Microeconomics of carbon resource markets and climate change
Matti Liski
Aalto University, Finland


Emissions trading: lessons from the theory and empirics
Julien Chevallier
University Paris 8, France


Using behavioral economics to influence environmental decisions
Rachel T. A. Croson
Center for Behavioral and Experimental Economic Science, School of Economic, Political and Policy Science, The University of Texas at Dallas


Economic analysis for ecosystem service assessments
Ian Bateman
CSERGE, University of East Anglia, UK


Auction Theory in Practice: The UK Carbon Dioxide Auction
Erik S. Maskin
Princeton University


Global Crisis and Natural Resources: A Developing Country Perspective
Rick van der Ploeg
University of Oxford and University of Amsterdam