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| Vice President|
|Frances Woolley |
| Past President|
|Russell Davidson |
| Executive Director|
|Vivian Tran |
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4th Canadian PhD and Early Career Workshop in Environmental Economics:
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, 1-2 June 2016. 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. Sessions are built around 30 minute presentations, giving participants the chance to expose their ideas and get feed-back from junior and senior scholars.
The 30th annual meeting of the Canadian Macroeconomics Study Group (CMSG):
The 30th annual meeting of the Canadian Macroeconomics Study Group (CMSG) will be held November 11-12 2016 at Queen's University. The CMSG solicits papers in all areas of macroeconomics. The conference normally consists of 14-16 papers along with discussants. Papers should be submitted via Conference Maker. The deadline for submissions is June 1, 2016. Updated information about the conference site, registration, accommodation etc. will be available on the conference web page.
Your February 2016 newsletter is now available with information about new and visiting appointments, departures, awards, and more.
Canadian Resource and Environmental Economics Study Group Annual Conference:
It is our great pleasure to announce that the 26th annual meeting of the Canadian Resource and Environmental Economists (CREE) Study Group will be held September 30 through October 2, 2016, in Banff, Alberta.
Proposal / paper submission
The organizing committee invites the submission of abstracts (2 pages) or full papers on topics related to environmental, energy and resource economics.
Submissions should be in PDF format and the submission deadline is June 30, 2016. Please go to http://economics.ca/cree/2016/call.php in order to submit your paper proposal to the organizing committee.
Student travel grants
CREE will provide up to six travel grants (up to $750 each) to Ph.D. students whose papers have been accepted for presentation at the conference. To be eligible for consideration for funding, a full paper must be submitted and the presenter of the paper has to be a graduate student. Students who are interested in applying for the grant must indicate their intention and provide information confirming eligibility at the time of submission by sending an email to email@example.com .
All inquiries should be sent to: firstname.lastname@example.org
The objective of CREE is to provide a forum for researchers and policy analysts in resource and environmental economics to share ideas, questions and research findings. The annual CREE conference is deliberately kept small, usually with about 20-30 papers selected for presentation and discussion, and about 60 delegates in attendance. This setting fosters a high level interaction among participants and results in valuable feedback for presenters. It also provides a setting for emerging scholars to meet and interact with academics and policy analysts from across the country and, indeed, from around the world.
We look forward to seeing you in Alberta this fall!
Jennifer Winter, Lucija Muehlenbachs and Pamela Campa
Source: Statistics Canada
Source: Statistics Canada
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