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We seek both empirical and theoretical policy-relevant papers. Areas of interest include but are not limited to: - Interactions between commodity prices and the macroeconomy - Macroeconomic effects of shocks to the terms-of-trade - Business-cycle spillovers and international co-movement -...
The three-day workshop will provide a platform to discuss tensions in Ukrainian agriculture as well as instruments of public and private policies which can be used to resolve the existing tensions and to achieve a sustainable win-win situation for all actors involved. The workshop will...
Theme of the Forum: “Inclusive solutions for the green transition: Competitiveness, jobs/skills and social dimensions”. Topics: - Competitiveness impacts of environmental policies, - Distributional consequences of environmental policies, - Green industrial policy, - Employment implications...
The NAERE Workshop is an annual event that brings together professors, researchers and graduate students in, or connected with, the Nordic countries for paper presentations and networking. The workshop is preceded by the Bergen Economics of Energy and Environmental Research (BEEER 2018).
Economists working in the field of economic growth and international trade are invited to submit a paper or a long abstract (3 pages) for presentation at the Paris conference. Papers focusing on the global economy, trade dynamics, regional economics, international migration, equilibrium growth,...
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, - Customer engagement.
The objective of the seminar is to provide an up-to-date reflection of the social science research devoted to systemic innovation towards sustainability in agrifood sectors. More specifically the objective of the seminar is to investigate the ways researchers address the analysis of these...
The workshop will focus on sustainable development issues and compare the problems, experiences and policies of China and European countries. A non-limitative list of topics, which can be investigated, is: - Global warming and air pollution. - Fertility, changes in family configuration, gender...
Systems innovation is a horizontal policy approach that mobilises technology, market mechanisms, regulations and social innovations to solve complex societal problems in a set of interacting or interdependent components. They are characterised by disrupting or complementary types of knowledge...
The theme is ‘Sustainable Logistics and Supply Chain Management’, reflecting the key challenges for future in manufacturing and service sector with the particular goal to assess the real costs involved in many supply chains that today still remain invisible and therefore prohibit the...
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