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4th Canadian PhD and Early Career Workshop in Environmental Economics: University of Ottawa, 1 - 2 June 2016 Call for Participants PhD students and early career researchers (first two years post-PhD) working on topics in environmental economics are invited to a 2-day workshop to be held at University of Ottawa. Applications are welcome from those based in economics departments, business schools, schools of public policy, etc. researching any aspect of environmental economics, environmental behavior, energy economics, climate change, green business or natural resource problems using theory, empirics or experimental methods. Each previous edition of the workshop has convened around 20 early-stage researchers from inside and outside Canada from institutions such as Yale, Queens, Amsterdam, UBC, Ottawa, Paris, Columbia, McGill, Berkeley, Alberta, Cornell, Oslo, Toronto, Vienna, Calgary, etc. Sessions are built around 30 minute presentations, giving participants the chance to expose their ideas and get feed-back from junior and senior scholars. Social time will give an excellent opportunity for participants to network, exchange ideas and experiences and get to know each other. The atmosphere will be informal and collegial. In addition to Ottawa-based faculty we have keynote guests Professor Roberton Williams III and Professor Charles Mason Both are distinguished environmental economists and are or have been involved in editing journals such as JEEM, European Economic Review, JAERE and Journal of Public Economics. They will provide feedback on presentations and lead ‘career-craft’ workshops – finding research topics, how to navigate the job market, manage the tenure process, get papers published etc. Venue The workshop will be held at University of Ottawa - overlooking the Rideau Canal (a UNESCO World Heritage site) and a 10 minute walk from Parliament Hill. June is a fantastic time to visit! In 2016 University of Ottawa will host the CEA Annual Congress June 3 - 5 on the same site. Expenses There is no charge for registration. Lunch and refreshments on both days and a Workshop Dinner and social event on June 1 will be provided for everybody. Participants coming from outside Ottawa will be provided with 2 night’s accommodation on campus (May 31 to June 2). Sustainable Prosperity (SP) has again agreed to finance a significant number of travel grants of up to $1000 for participants coming from Canadian universities. Please indicate at time of submission whether you wish to be considered for this support and whether your participation is contingent upon funding. Applications and Further Information Please e-mail Program Chair Anthony Heyes ( - Canada Research Chair in Environmental Economics at the University of Ottawa - with short CV and PDF draft of the paper or chapter that you propose to present. The deadline for applications is 19 January 2016. However spaces and financial support may be allocated on a rolling basis so early applications are advantaged. International applications are encouraged. more>>
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