Downtown View from Point Loma – Courtesy Joanne DiBona, SanDiego.org
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The fourth annual AERE Summer Conference will be held Wednesday, June 3, to Friday, June 5, at the U.S. Grant Hotel located in the lively and historic Gaslamp Quarter of San Diego, California. An all-day pre-conference workshop, led by Meredith Fowlie (University of California, Berkeley) and Mushfiq Mobarak (Yale University), will be held on Wednesday, June 3. The pre-conference workshop will focus on “Field Experiments: Design, Methods and Applications.” The conference will begin with an informal reception on Wednesday evening; the academic program will follow on Thursday and Friday. We encourage participation from academic, public, and private sector environmental and resource economists as well as graduate students, in particular those entering the job market.
The conference will feature General Sessions, Sponsored Sessions, and a Poster Session. General Sessions and the Poster Session are open to all topics of interest to environmental and natural resource economists. Sponsored Sessions will feature papers focusing on one of the following two themes: (1) use of big data or field experiments in environmental and natural resource applications, and (2) and evidence-based ecosystem management: evaluating the effectiveness of resource policies. Presenters in the Sponsored Sessions must provide full papers to discussants by May 15, 2015. Registration plus up to $1,000 in travel costs (with original receipts) will be reimbursed for one presenter per paper accepted for a Sponsored Session. Note: Presenters must be 2015 AERE members. AERE gratefully acknowledges funding provided for the Sponsored Sessions by the Economic Research Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, U.S. Department of Commerce.
Prof. M. Scott Taylor, Department of Economics, University of Calgary, and National Bureau of Economic Research, will give the keynote address on "The Beginning of the End of the Fossil Fuel Era?"
Abstract submission is now closed!
AERE looks forward to welcoming you to San Diego, California, and the U.S. Grant, a historic hotel in the heart of downtown. Conference activities will take place at the U.S. Grant hotel but additional lodging is available in the nearby Westin Hotel.
Conference Organizing Committee:
Co-Chair Mary Evans, Claremont McKenna College
Co-Chair Andrew Plantinga, University of California, Santa Barbara
Susan Capalbo, Oregon State University
Junjie Zhang, University of California, San Diego
Questions should be directed to the organizing committee at email@example.com