EAERE-ETH European Winter School
in Environmental and Resource Economics

The economics of energy transition 

January 27 – February 1, 2019, Monte Verità, Ascona, Switzerland

 

The new EAERE-ETH European Winter School series in Environmental and Resource Economics is an important initiative to extend EAERE’s offers to junior researchers, relying on the well-functioning and moderately priced conference centre with accommodation in the beautiful surrounding of Monte Verità in Ascona.

The aim of the Winter 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.

Application is restricted to EAERE members.

Faculty and Lecture Topics

Stefan Ambec (School coordinator), Toulouse School of Economics, France
Topics: Dealing with Intermittent Renewables.

Jessica Coria, University of Gothenburg, Sweden
Topics: Regulation of Multiple Pollutants.

Antoine Dechezleprêtre, London School of Economics, UK
Topics: Innovation and Environmental Policy.

Matthieu Glachant, Mines ParisTech, France
Topics: Energy Efficiency: Theory and Empirics.

Itziar Lazkano, University of Wisconsin, USA
Topics: Technical Change in the Electricity Sector.

Deadline for applications: September 14th, 2018

The application form, information on participation fee and scholarships, and the Winter School regulations are available in the Winter School website.

 

 

Second GREEN-Econ Spring School in Environmental Economics

May 21-24, 2019

Localization : Aix-Marseille School of Economics (AMSE) – 5 Boulevard Bourdet – 13001 Marseille (France)

AMSE (Aix-Marseille School of Economics) and CEE-M (Center for Environmental Economics Montpellier) organize the second Spring School in Environmental Economics in the context of the ANR-funded research project GREEN-Econ. This event takes place in May 2019 from the 21st to the 24th. This Spring School is divided into two parts: two lectures and around 15 student presentations will be organized during the first two days, while the last two days will be dedicated to a workshop. This call is dedicated to PhD students who are willing to present one of their research works. We cover, for the selected students, travel and accommodation expenses for the four days of the Spring School.

The main topics are: behavioral economics and the environment, energy and climate change, managing socio-ecological systems, political economics and the environment, uncertainty and the environment. The two lectures will be focused on:
• Behavioral economics and the environment by Kjell Arne Brekke (University of Oslo)
• The economics of tipping points by Aart De Zeeuw (Tilburg University)

Speakers of the workshop :
Kjell Arne Brekke, Olivier Chanel, Louis-Gaëtan Giraudet, Daniel Heyen, Katinka Holtsmark, Elisabeth Isaksen, Antoine Loeper, Can Askan Mavi, Fabien Prieur, Nicolas Quérou, Mabel Tidball, Agnes Tomini, Anne-Charlotte Vaissière, Aart De Zeeuw.

For more details :
• The call for PhD students call
• The webpage of the Green-Econ project : site

Important dates :
Submission deadline: March, 15th 2019
Notification of acceptance: March, 31st 2019

How to apply ? :
Send a short CV and a copy of the paper to green-econ[at]amse-aixmarseille.fr

Contacts :
Nicolas Quérou nicolas.querou[at]supagro.fr
Hubert Stahn hubert.stahn[at]univ-amu.fr