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The pre-conference workshop aims to invite research that explicitly looks at interlinkages between climate policy, financial markets and questions of public finance. We welcome empirical and theoretical contributions that discuss the following questions: - What are the regulatory risks of carbon...
This pre-conference workshop at EAERE 2017 in Athens directly follows and expands upon the thematic session Willingness to pay in space: New insights into the spatial dimension of stated preferences, held at the 2016 EAERE conference in Zurich. It responds to queries and requests received in the...
You are encouraged to submit research papers in all areas of Finance.
The Annual Conference of the European Association of Environmental and Resource Economists is an invaluable opportunity for meeting, exchanging and debating current topics in environmental and resource economics.
The aim is to offer an international meeting point where PhD students and young researchers could share ideas about their work in Economics and encourage academic collaboration among young economists. Submitted papers should focus on recent issues within all fields of Economics. Application may...
Theme: “Cities and regions in a changing Europe: challenges and prospects” The core theme of the conference is devoted to the new challenges that cities and regions are facing in the changing European landscape. The aftermath of the economic crisis has created a completely new environment...
The aim of the conference is to bring together economists, econometricians, statisticians and social scientists using panel data for their applied and/or theoretical research. We will welcome submissions related to all aspects of panel data, including factor models, non-parametric estimation,...
The conference welcomes academics (business/economics professors and administrators), as well as corporation / government executives and economists.
Central Theme "GIS and Regional Science: Theory and Applications" The summer school will first introduce the basic ingredients which underpin much of the analyses within a GIS framework including mapping, buffer, overlay and network analysis. It will then introduce a wide range of GIS...
Created in cooperation with RFE-Resources for Economists of the American Economic Association (AEA)