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Taking inspiration from the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals the conference topic focuses on the challenges that we are currently facing to create cities and communities that are just, inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable, while reducing poverty and inequality. Conference Tracks: 1....
The 13th International Conference of ESEE in Turku will focus on the ongoing co-creative turn in ecological economics, environmental policy studies and sustainability sciences in more general. Conference tracks: - Safeguarding biodiversity, climate, and ecosystem services; - Reconciling...
In recent years an exciting economic literature has emerged that seeks to understand disparities in economic development across countries by going far back in history. Distant historical events can often be linked to long-lasting effects on institutions, culture, human capital and technology; in...
Senior researchers will tutor some 30 selected students and promote discussions, experience exchange and self-reflection among the participants with the introduction of spatial marine planning, participatory planning, co-creation with non-humans, deliberative valuation and transdisciplinary...
The special theme of the meeting will be Sustainable Development. Following the standard practice at SSES meetings, papers across all fields of economics and statistics are welcome and encouraged.
The 2019 ICABR conference will focus on innovations, finance for the development and commercialization of these innovations and the regulations and policies that encourage or restrict innovations. It will explore the role of innovation, finance and regulation regarding the development of...
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 conference will feature Sponsored Sessions, General Sessions, and a Poster Session. General Sessions and the Poster Session are open to all topics of interest to environmental and natural resource economists.
The main focus of the conference is the region of Central and Eastern Europe and its position in the global economy, since this region is playing an increasingly important role within the economic development of the whole European continent. Four sessions will be held within the conference:...
Applications are invited from highly motivated doctoral and postdoctoral researchers, working in fields around development studies, science and technology studies, innovation and policy studies, and with an interest in ideas and practice of transformations, uncertainty, political ecology,...
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