Annual Summer Conference

Miami, Florida • June 1-3, 2022 

AERE’s signature Summer Conference gathers the world’s leading environmental and natural resource economists for three days of outstanding academic programming in a collegial atmosphere. 

The AERE 2022 Summer Conference will be held from Wednesday, June 1, to Friday, June 3, 2022, at the Hyatt Regency Miami in Miami, FloridaPlease join us! 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 begin with a plenary session on environmental justice research in economics, followed by a welcome reception. The academic program will follow on Thursday and Friday and include a keynote address by Rob MendelsohnThere will be no Pre-Conference Workshop this year. 

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April 15, 2022

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April 15, 2022
 

 

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In-Person Registration - Required for All Presenters

  • Regular

$325

$425

$375

$475

  • Students

$275

$375

$325

$375

Limited Virtual Access - Available Only for Attendees (includes access to plenary sessions and approximately 1 - 2 paper sessions in each parallel session time slot)

  • Regular

$60

$75

$60

$75

  • Students

FREE

$25

FREE

$25

  

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Health and Safety Protocols

In order to be admitted to the AERE 2022 Summer Conference, all persons who register for the AERE 2022 Summer Conference MUST present proof of a negative COVID test (taken within the 72 hours preceding your arrival and check-in at the conference) or, at the attendee’s option, a vaccination record showing receipt of all recommended doses of an approved COVID-19 vaccine. In addition, masks are required for all in attendance at indoor events throughout the AERE 2022 Summer Conference.

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Hotel

The Hyatt Regency Miami sits next to the heart of Brickell, one of the trendiest neighborhoods in Miami. The location puts you steps from the Miami Riverwalk. AERE has secured a discounted rate of $199/night + tax (single/double) over the dates of the conference. This discounted rate is available until May 3, 2022or until the block sells out. The block is expected to sell out, so we encourage you to make your reservation as soon as possible!

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Abstract Submission

Accepted December 1 - January 15

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 About Past AERE Conferences & Workshops

AERE has hosted a summer meeting or conference for over 30 years.  Learn more about our past workshops and conferences below.

Past Summer Conferences

Beginning in 2011, AERE began hosting an annual summer conference.  Conferences are held each year, not including years in which AERE is sponsoring the World Congress of Environmental and Resource Economists.  Below you will find links to the programs of past conferences.


2021: Virtual

2020: Virtual

2019: Incline Village, Nevada

2018: The 6th World Congress of Environmental and Resource Economists was held in Gothenburg, Sweden

2017: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

2016: Breckenridge, Colorado

2015: San Diego, California

2014: The 5th World Congress of Environmental and Resource Economists was held in Istanbul, Turkey

2013: Banff, Alberta, Canada

2012: Asheville, North Carolina

2011: Seattle, Washington

AERE Summer Workshop Series  

Prior to beginning the Summer Conference series in 2011, AERE hosted an annual Summer Workshop that focused on a specific topic in a small-meeting atmosphere.  The first AERE Summer Workshop was held in 1985 in Boulder, Colorado.  The last Summer Workshop was fittingly held at Resources for the Future in June 2009—the organization that helped launch AERE thirty years earlier in 1979.

Topics of the final seven workshops are listed below.

2009: Energy and the Environment
2008: Health and the Environment
2007: Valuation and Incentives for Ecosystem Services
2005: Natural Resources at Risk

2004: Distributional Effects of Environmental Policy
2003: Spatial Theory, Modeling, and Econometrics in Environmental and Resource Economics
2001: Assessing and Managing Environmental and Public Health Risks