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27th Ulvön Conference on Environmental Economics

24th-25th of August, 2021, Online


Keynotes

Amy Ando

University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign

Cornelis van Kooten

University of Victoria

Brent Sohngen

The Ohio State University

 

We are happy to announce that the 27th Ulvön Conference on Environmental Economics will be taking place online, Aug 24 - 25, 2021 (two afternoons, Swedish time). The conference is organized by the Centre for Environmental & Resource Economics (CERE), a joint venture between Umeå University and Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU/Umeå, Sweden).


The Ulvön Conference is a forum for dissemination of high-quality research in the field of environmental and natural resource economics. The conference has a long tradition and provides a great opportunity for PhD students and researchers to build networks and interact with leading scholars within their field.

In addition to regular presentations, the conference will also include panel discussions based on presentations and topics of current interest.

The objective of the meeting is to have a friendly venue for doctoral students and early career researchers to receive feedback on their work. More information and earlier meetings: About the Ulvön conference 

Note: 1) Best student paper award, and 2) a raffle among all participants for next year’s Ulvön registration fee (both worth 4-500 Euros).

We invite all researchers, but especially doctoral students and early career researchers, to submit an extended abstract to Den här e-postadressen skyddas mot spambots. Du måste tillåta JavaScript för att se den., in PDF format (max. 2 pages), and register at Registration Ulvön 2021. The deadline for abstract/paper submission is June 25, 2021. Certificate of participation/presentation will be available. Fee for participants selected for presentation will be 500 SEK, others can participate free of charge.

Organizing Committee

Tommy LundgrenLars Persson and Mattias Vesterberg
CERE and Umeå University