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Proposals on any aspect of agricultural and resource economics, including teaching, research, and/or extension are encouraged.
Topics: - Globalization (Sharing globalization benefits and compensate the losers; Demographic Changes, social inclusiveness and migration; Protectionism and welfare in a globalized world; Declining labor shares and technological change; Skills polarization and wages), - Trade (Trade and...
We delve into economic theory to understand the mechanisms behind social change but listen also to subjects such as political science and history as well as the many natural science disciplines that help us understand the resource and environmental challenges we face. These are times when...
Topics: Emergence of post-consumerist lifestyles; Impact of the decline in wage labor on consumption practices; Role of behavioral economics and related strategies on consumption routines; Social practices research related to sustainable consumption; Sustainability and the transformation of...
We are inviting contributions that explore heterodox theories of the economy and how they could help us transition to sustainable societies. We encourage national and international contributions from a variety of economic and non-economic disciplines: may it be geography, sociology,...
The aim of the conference is to compile innovative current research from resource, energy and environmental economics and dynamic economic theory. Topics: environmental economics; resource economics; energy economics; economic dynamics; growth theory.
The Agricultural & Applied Economics Association (AAEA) is a not-for-profit association serving the professional interests of members working in agricultural and broadly related fields of applied economics. The AAEA will be the leading organization for professional advancement in, and...
This conference aims at expanding the geographical and thematic scope of degrowth discussions, as well as building dialogues with critical social theories, sciences and social movements.
Thematic focal points: - Climate change regulation 2.0. Making the Paris agreement work, - The university as an arena of sustainability transition, - Global collapse. There is no alternative(TINA) and the development of a “post- truth safe space?” - Markets, Money and Democracy, -...
We are inviting original papers in all areas of environmental and natural resource economics.
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