We cordially invite you to submit theoretical and empirical papers in all areas of environmental and natural resource economics to the 2020 Annual Meeting of the Economy & Environment Partnership for Southeast Asia (EEPSEA) which will be partial-virtually organized between December 09 and 11 in 2020.
Environmental Economics in Southeast Asia
Adaptation, Mitigation and Strategies for an Inclusive Green Development
Organized by the Economy and Environment Partnership for Southeast Asia (EEPSEA)
09 – 11 December 2020
The main theme
The Economy & Environment Partnership for Southeast Asia (EEPSEA) is calling for submission of research papers topics that apply the tools of economics in the analysis of policy-relevant environmental challenges on climate change and related issues in Southeast Asia in the following areas:
- Economics of climate change: Damage assessment and adaptation options
- Designing behavioral economics tools for green growth strategy: Greening forestry sector, renewable energy, greening consumption.
- Coastal and marine resources conservation for climate change resilience and poverty reduction
- Urban poor and the environment: Industrial pollution, ecosystem and human health impact, resilience, policy instruments and institutional changes.
Anne-Sophie Crépin, Beijer Institute
Anne-Sophie Crépin is member of the Strategic Advisory Committee at the Stockholm Resilience Centre and the deputy director of the Beijer Institute of Ecological Economics. Her research links scientific theories about the Anthropocene, regime shifts and economic dynamic, focuses on the interplay between economic incentives, ecosystem regime shifts, policy and human behaviour. Crépin holds a PhD in Economics from the Department of Economics at Stockholm University.
Vic Adamovicz, University of Alberta
Vic Adamowicz is a Distinguished University Professor in the Department of Resource Economics and Environmental Sociology, Faculty of Agricultural, Life & Environmental Sciences, University of Alberta. He obtained his BSc and MSc from the University of Alberta (1981, 1983) and his PhD from the University of Minnesota in 1988. His research has integrated the environment into economic analysis, focused on the valuation of environmental amenities and ecosystem services and the incorporation of environmental values into economic analysis – with applications to forestry, water quality, air quality, endangered species and agriculture. His research also involves the analysis of choice behavior with applications to food demand, recreation, and environmental quality.
Participants will have an opportunity to discuss various issues related adaptation, mitigation and strategies toward an inclusive green development, including policy instruments, future scenarios, transition management, international cooperation and regime at this Annual Meeting.
Two prizes will be awarded at the end of the Conference: “Sustainability Prize” for an expert researcher and “Green Prize” for a young female researcher. Researchers who wish to candidate for these prizes must send their final paper before November 15.
While the COVID-19 pandemic prevents researchers to travel abroad, EEPSEA provides domestic travel sponsorship for participants from Vietnam and Thailand to their venue meetings in Ho Chi Minh City (Vietnam) or in Khon Kaen (Thailand). For the other countries, you are invited to join the online meeting.
Guidelines for submission
Papers for the conference should be submitted via the online submission form at www.eepseapartners.org/annual-meeting-2020
- 20 October 2020: Deadline for abstract submission
- 30 October 2020: Notification of abstract acceptance
- 01 December 2020: Full/working paper submission
- 09-11 December 2020: Conference dates
- Day 1: December 09
- Morning: Travel to local venue (Ho Chi Minh City or Khon Kaen)
- Opening ceremony
- Keynote Speaking (Anne-Sophie Crépin, Beijer Institute)
- Parallel sessions
- Day 2: December 10
- Morning: Local workshop (Vietnam & Thailand)
- Keynote Speaking (Eren Zink, Embassy of Sweden in Bangkok)
- Parallel sessions
- Day 3: December 11
- Keynote Speaking (Vic Adamovicz, University of Alberta)
- Parallel sessions
- Closing ceremony