CEnREP affiliates made the most of their summer attending international and national conferences this summer.
CEnREP affiliates were very active this summer! From Sweden to Beijing, faculty engaged the environmental economics community with their research, convening conferences, presenting their research and holding workshops at conferences around the globe.
- CEnREP affiliates Zack Brown, Erin Sills, and Roger von Haefen presented their research at the 6th World Congress of Environmental and Resource Economists, held June 25-29 in Gothenburg, Sweden.
- CEnREP affiliate Erin Sills co-led Environment for Development’s Women in Environmental Economics for Development (EfD’s WinEED) workshop held, June 23-25 in Gothenburg, Sweden. Twenty three early career women based in low, lower middle and upper middle -income countries participated, selected from over 130 applicants. Participants came from India, China, Malaysia, Ecuador, México, Colombia, Costa Rica, Chile, Bangladesh, South Africa, Tanzania, Nigeria, Ethiopia and Malawi.
- CEnREP Associate Director Roger von Haefen co-organized the Inaugural JEEM Conference in Environmental and Resource Economics on June 22-23 in Moss, Norway. Roger was also the keynote speaker at the Chinese Association of Environmental and Resource Economists’ Workshop on Nonmarket Valuation, July 19-2 in Beijing, China where he presented the talk, “Frontier Issues in Revealed Preference Methods“. Several former NC State economics graduate students were also in attendance.
- CEnREP Interim Director Harrison Fell presented his research at the 2018 National Bureau of Economic Research Summer Institute in the Environment and Energy Economics session.
Welcome back to North Carolina, faculty!