ENVIRONMENTAL ECONOMICS AND POLICY ANALYSIS
June 6-July 15 (2016), UAM, Madrid
Course taught in the framework of the Summer School of Economics and Business (SSEB) at Universidad Autónoma de Madrid’s Faculty of Economics and Business Studies.
SUMMER SCHOOL 2016: CLIMATE CHANGE AND THE PARIS AGREEMENT
11th-13th July (2016), Miramar Palace, San Sebastián
The objective of the course is to offer an updated and multidisciplinary view of the ongoing trends in climate change research. The school is open to Master and PhD students, postdoctoral fellows and other researchers as well as policy makers interested in acquiring a deep understanding of climate change and policies designed to fight it.
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Researchers from the respective Groups of Environmental and Resource Economics from IPP-CSIC, UCM, UPM and CIFOR-INIA organize since 2010 a series of seminars about Environmental and Resource Economics in Madrid (Madrid Environmental Economics Seminars, MEES). The seminars are organized approximately once each two months around two presentations, with rotating venues at UPM, UCM, IPP-CSIC and CIFOR-INIA. Usually, one presentation is given by a PhD student and the other one is given by a senior researcher, although there can be exceptions to this rule depending on the circumstances. PhD students are especially encouraged to participate, since this can constitute an excellent opportunity to present their work previous to their Dissertation defense. Participation by foreign students and researchers is also encouraged.
The specific dates and venues of future seminars will be announced in advanced at the MEES web page https://sites.google.com/site/madenvecosem/mees.
Recent speakers have included, among others, Giles Atkinson (London School of Economics), Pablo Campos (IPP-CSIC), Alejandro Caparrós (IPP-CSIC), Pere Mir (Universidad de Lleida), Elena Ojea (BC3), Diego Broz, (FCF-UNaM), Sergio Álvarez Gallego (ETSI Montes-UPM), Jesús Barreal (Universidade de Santiago de Compostela), Michael Finus (Universidad de Bath) and Luis Miguel de Castro (UCM).