Webinars

In 2021, AERNA started a series of online seminars devoted to Environmental and Resource Economics. The webinar series is organized in collaboration with the Centre for Environmental and Energy Economics (CE3) at the University of Durham (UK) and the Department of Economic Analysis of the Autonomous University of Madrid.

All webinars take place from 16:00 to 17:00 CET, on Wednesdays (fortnightly, unless specified otherwise). All webinars are in English. We send a Zoom link to all current members of AERNA, CE3 at U. Durham and Dept. Economic Analysis UAM a few days before each webinar.

If you are not a member of AERNA, CE3-UoD or DEA-UAM but you are interested in a particular webinar or the complete list, please send us an email to [email protected] and we will send you the link.

Organizers: Carmen Arguedas and Alejandro Caparrós

Scheduled webinars for 2023

Date*SpeakerInstitutionTitle
12/04/2023Ricardo ScarpaUniversity of DurhamTBA
26/04/2023TBA
10/05/2023Mireille Chiroleu-AssoulineParis School of EconomicsTBA
24/05/2023Marion LeroutierStockholm School of Economics TBA

Previous webinars

2022

Date*SpeakerInstitutionTitle
20/04/2022Frans de VriesUniversity of AberdeenInvestment Incentives in Tradable Emissions Markets with Price Floors
04/05/2022Julia de FrutosUniversity of BarcelonaStackelberg competition in groundwater resources with multiple uses
18/05/2022María Cunha-e-SáUniversity NOVA LisbonCrowdfunding vs. taxes: Does the payment vehicle influence WTP for Ecosystem Services protection?
01/06/2022Susana FerreiraUniversity of GeorgiaMeasuring job risk when hedonic wage models do not do the job
02/11/2022Lennart Vogelsang University of Graz «Urban heat and sorting by income and race»
16/11/2022  Estelle CantillonUniversité Libre de Bruxelles“Who gains from market fragmentation? Evidence from the early stages of the EU carbon market”
30/11/2022Santiago RubioUniversidad de Valencia  «International Environmental Agreements and the Deployment of Green Technologies»
14/12/2022Esther Blanco    University of Innsbruck    “The perils of conditional payments for democracy: Experimental evidence from local leaders in rural Namibia”

2021

14/04/2021Michael FinusUniversity of GratzInternational Environmental Agreements and the Paradox of Cooperation: Revisiting and Generalizing Some Previous Results
29/04/2021Natalia Fabra Carlos III UniversityTechnology-Neutral vs. Technology-Specific Procurement
13/05/2021Daan Van SoestTilburg UniversityIncentivizing conservation of de facto
community-owned forests
27/05/2021Simone BorghesiEuropean University Institute and University of SienaCarbon leakage in 3D: on the dynamics of green, dirty and relocating firms under the ETS
13/10/2021
 
Jean-Christophe PereauUniversity of BordeauxThe water flooding bargaining game
25/10/2021Karsten NeuhoffDIW Berlin and Technische Universität BerlinEvaluation of Options for EU Border Carbon Adjustment
10/11/2021María LoureiroUniversity of Santiago de CompostelaHot in Twitter: Assessing the emotional impacts of wildfires with sentiment analysis
24/11/2021Renan GoetzUniversity of GironaPolicy design in the context of multiples pollutants and regulators
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