EAAERE2017

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Submission Details

The main theme of the 7th Congress of EAAERE is
"Environmental and Sustainable Development: Issues, Challenges, and Solutions."
 
 
The Congress will be composed of contributing paper sessions, thematic sessions, and poster sessions:
a. Contributing Paper Session
 
The abstract should be no more than four (4) pages that include:
 
  • the title of the paper,
  • name(s) of the author(s),
  • objectives,
  • methods adopted,
  • the major findings and
  • references.
 
Multiple submissions are allowed, but only one paper will be accepted in the review process.

b. Thematic Session

To submit a proposal to organize a thematic session, three (3) papers connected by a unifying theme are required. The theme should be of interest to a broad collection of researchers on environmental and resource economics and policy studies. The authors are required to provide an abstract of no more than four (4) pages, as in the regular session.

The organizer(s) of a thematic session, after confirming the submission of all the abstracts in the session,

1. should organize the abstracts into a thematic session on the ConferenceMaker. organize the abstracts into a thematic session on the ConferenceMaker.

2. should send a proposal titled “Thematic Session,” which contains:

  • name(s) of the organizer(s);
  • the title of the proposal;
  • a short description of the theme, including the motivation(s) and an explanation about how papers in this session individually and jointly contribute to the theme; and
  • titles and author names directly to the chair of program committee.

 

3. must attend the Seventh Congress, and chair the proposed thematic session.

The organizer(s) should ensure that all the nominated participants in the proposed thematic session are aware of and abide by the rules.

**There is no financial support for any thematic session, and all the participants are required to pay a full conference registration fee.

c. Poster Session 
 
The abstract should be within three (3) pages that includes:
 
  • the title of the paper,
  • name(s) of the author(s),
  • objectives,
  • methods adopted, and
  • the (expected) major findings.
 
 
 
Submission: 
 
Kindly submit your paper or abstract online using the Conference Maker at:                                                         https://editorialexpress.com/conference/eaaere2017 
 
 
​Submission Deadlines
Abstract (a, c) /Proposal (b) Submission Apr 30, 2017 (extended)
Review Outcome May 26, 2017 (extended)
Full-Paper Submission Jun 30, 2017 (extended, can revise after submission)
 
Note: Accepted papers will be included in the final program only if presenting authors have registered by 30 June 2017.
 
 
The abstract should contain at least three (3) keywords and EAAERE Submission Code(s):
EAAERE Submission Code​ ​
A01 Benefit Valuation: Contingent Valuation
A02 Benefit Valuation: Choice Modelling
A03 Benefit Valuation: Travel Cost
A04 Benefit Valuation: Hedonic Pricing
A05 Benefit Valuation: Other Valuation Methods
A06 Benefit Valuation: Joint RP-SP Models
A07 Benefit Valuation: Benefit Transfer
A08 Benefit Valuation: Health Related Goods and Health Economics
B01 Climate Change and Intragenerational Issues: Impacts
B02 Climate Change and Intragenerational Issues: Adaptations
B03 Climate Change and Intragenerational Issues: Discounting
C01 Economics of Natural Disasters
D01 Ecosystems and Natural Resources: Fisheries and Oceans Resources
D02 Ecosystems and Natural Resources: Forest Resources
D03 Ecosystems and Natural Resources: Other Renewable Resources
D04 Ecosystems and Natural Resources: Water Use and Management
D05 Ecosystems and Natural Resources: Energy Sources
D06 Ecosystems and Natural Resources: Other Exhaustible Resources
D07 Ecosystems and Natural Resources: Ecosystems Services and Biodiversity
E01 Firm and the Environment : Environmental and Financial Performance
E02 Firm and the Environment : Abatement Costs; Production/Cost Function
E03 Firm and the Environment: Competitiveness and Trade
E04 Firm and the Environment: Finance and Environment
F01 Growth and/or Development: Optimal Growth; Sustainability; Green Paradox
F02 Growth and/or Development: Technological Development
F03 Growth and/or Development: Decoupling; EKC; Decompositions
F04 Growth and/or Development: Weak Sustainability: Concepts and Measurement
F05 Growth and/or Development: Strong Sutainability: Concepts and Measurement
F06 Growth and/or Development: Green National Accounting: SEEA
F07 Growth and/or Development: Development and Environment
​G01 ​Incidence Modelling: Integrated Assessment Modeling
​G02 ​Incidence Modeling: Macro Structural Models (CGE, Macroeconometric)
​G03 ​Incidence Modelling: Hybrid Models; Soft/Hard-Linking
​G04 ​Incidence Modelling: Microsimulations: Expenditure Models
​G05 ​Incidence Modelling: Optimization Sectoral Models
​G06 ​Incidence Modelling: Cost-Benefit Analysis
​H01 ​Regulation and Instruments: Optimal Regulation-Theory​
H02​ ​Regulation and Instruments: Price-based MBI
​H03 ​Regulation and Instruments: Quantity-based MBI
​H04 ​Regulation and Instruments: Voluntary Approaches
​H05 ​Regulation and Instruments: Other Instruments
​H06 ​Regulation and Instruments: Political Economy, Law and Environment
​H07 ​Regulation and Instruments: Externalities
​H08 ​Regulation and Instruments: Other Market Failures
​H09 ​Regulation and Instruments: International Agreements
​H10 ​Regulation and Instruments: Monitoring and Enforcement ​
​I01 ​Behavioral and Social Aspects: Residential Consumption and Demand
​I02 ​Behavioral and Social Aspects: Intra-household Behavior
​I03 ​Behavioral and Social Aspects: Experimental Economics
​I04 ​Behavioral and Social Aspects: Environmental Sociology and Social Psychology
​I05 ​Behavioral and Social Aspects: Ethics; Social Norms; and Values
​I06 ​Behavioral and Social Aspects: Inequality Measurement; Disparities
​I07 ​Behavioral and Social Aspects: Distributional Aspects
​I08 ​Behavioral and Social Aspects: Environmental Justice​
​I09 ​​Behavioral and Social Aspects: Poverty
​I10 ​Behavioral and Social Aspects: Crime and Environment​
J01​ ​Environmental Law: Business
​J02 ​Environmental Law: Policy
​J03 ​Environmental Law: Economics
​K01 ​Transboundary Issues Related to Natural Resources and Environment
​L01 ​Uncertainty, Risks and Irreversibility: Uncertainty; Ambiguity
​L02 ​Uncertainty, Risks and Irreversibility: Risks
​L03 ​Uncertainty, Risks and Irreversibility: Disasters: Non-linearity: Thresholds
​M01 ​Other: Game Theory and The Environment
​M02 ​Other: Spatial Issues; GIS
​M03 ​Other: Meta-Regression
​M04 ​Other: Other​