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The topic covered by the 2017 Summer School is the Macroeconomics, Growth, and the Environment. Some of the most pressing environmental and resource problems – including climate change, deforestation, urban air pollution – are closely related to economic growth. Environmental policies have...
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The topic covered by the 2016 Summer School is the Field Experiments in Environmental and Resource Economics. The 2016 EAERE Summer School aims at discussing the most relevant research about field experimentation, with direct relevance of environmental economics. Key relevant topics will be...
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The school will be of interest to those working on topics including (but not limited to) economics of standards, pollution taxes, tradable permits, comparative performance of instruments, Self-regulation, Information-based regulation, disclosure programs and green labeling, Impacts of regulation...
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The immediate aim of the Summer Schools is to provide advanced training to European doctoral and post-doctoral students in specialised topics relating to the field of environmental and resource economics. The topic covered by the 2014 Summer School is "The Economics of Adaptation to Climate Change".
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The theme of this Summer School is Uncertainty, Innovation and Climate Change. Uncertainty is a key component of climate change policy making. Although the anthropogenic warming of the planet is unquestioned, there still exist large uncertainties affecting several dimensions of the problem. From...
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The Summer School series is addressed to small groups of doctoral and post-doctoral students in environmental and resource economics from all over Europe and beyond. They follow a traditional structure: lectures by professors, PhD students' presentation, reading time, consultation sessions and...
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The summer school will be of interest for students who have a thorough understanding of the classic natural resource theory, and who would like to make their own contribution in various topics rooted in resource economics. The lectures will cover several key issues in the field, including: -...
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We look for contributions on this topic by economists, political scientists and sociologists. We are particularly keen on seeing submissions in the following areas of research: • The historical perspective to migration issues • Circular and return migration • Migration and technology...
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The purpose of the proposed summer school is to describe some of the key issues emerging from the economic analysis of these transboundary pollution, global public good problems, and environmental conflict. We focus on climate change as an important example of a global environmental problem...
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Transport is considered one of the main sources of externalities. Important externalities are air pollution, noise, congestion, wear and tear, but also accident, congestion and schedule delay costs imposed upon others. It is proposed to focus the summer school not only on environmental problems...
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