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Manchester Environmental Economics Workshop 2017
Thu, 4 May 2017, 09:00 – Fri, 5 May 2017, 18:00 BST
Manchester Environmental Economics Workshop, 2017: Social references and environmental and natural resource economics
The workshop will bring together expertise and insights from recent international work in behavioural environmental economics. The workshop will present state-of-the-art research and discuss whether and how the interplay of social preferences, norms, financial instruments and/or institutions can affect environmental, resource and energy conservation policies.
The workshop provides a platform for researchers in environmental and resource economics who use theoretical, lab/field/choice experiments and empirical methods to examine the effect of social preferences on environmental and resource economics. By bringing these research strands together, the workshop provides an opportunity to exchange ideas, produce new research topics, share insights on how to deal with some of the methodological and conceptual challenges in these areas, and to map out a new research agenda.
Prof. Jason Shogren (University of Wyoming)
Prof. Timothy Cason (Perdue University)
Prof. Daan van Soest (Tilburg University)
Prof. Fredrik Carlsson (Gothenberg University)
Prof. Nick Hanley (University of St Andrews)
Prof. Timo Goeschl (University of Heidelberg)
Prof. Alistair Ulph (University of Manchester)
Dr. Katrin Millock (Paris School of Economics)
Paper submission: Abstracts (2-pages) of papers should be sent to email@example.com by 15 March 2017. Early career researchers, including PhD students, are encouraged to submit their work-in-progress papers. Those papers will be considered for short presentation. The decisions about whether papers are accepted for presentation at the workshop will be sent by 03 April 2017. There is no registration fee.
Organised by: Dr Prasenjit Banerjee (University of Manchester, UK) with the support of Economics Department (University of Manchester), and The Manchester School.