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envecon 2024

envecon 2024 will take place on Friday, 8th March, 2024. It will be held at The Royal Society, London. Online attendance will also be available.

We are now accepting submissions of papers and posters to be presented at envecon 2024. Read the Call for Papers in full for submission instructions before sending your submission to uknee@uknee.org.uk for consideration by the Scientific Committee. The deadline for submission is 11:59pm on Thursday, 30th November 2023. 

Click here for the call for papers and posters. All the same information is available below: 

  • Submission Deadline: 30 November 2023

  • Conference Date: Friday, 8 March 2024

  • Send submissions to: uknee@uknee.org.uk

Join us at envecon 2024

 

envecon is the only environmental economics conference in the UK that brings a large delegation of policy makers together with research providers, NGOs, and the private sector. Featuring a varied agenda, envecon is a unique opportunity to meet peers, address decision-makers, and discuss the latest research and policy implications in environmental economics.

We welcome papers on any topic with a focus on the application of environmental and behavioural economics (through methods such as valuation, appraisal, natural capital accounts, and economic instruments) to studies of green finance, land, fresh water, marine environments, air quality, climate, and beyond with regards to the workings of any economic sector or policy area. Papers using economics in multidisciplinary contexts are particularly encouraged.

Instructions for Submission
  • All papers should display academic rigour and show evidence of practical application. We are interested in showcasing papers that have policy relevance and/or have been used to support decision-making in the public and/or private sectors.

  • Abstracts must not exceed 2 sides of A4, in 12-point font, double spaced. They should convey information on the economic theory tested; context of the practical application (actual and/or potential); results & policy implications.

  • Please ensure that your abstract indicates the author for correspondence.

  • Please indicate if you will be able to present in person or online.

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