3rd AERNA Workshop on Game Theory and the Environment

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02-09-19 to 03-09-19
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The Workshop will bring together researches affiliated to the AERNA Working Group on Game Theory and the Environment, and invites submissions of papers that deal with environmental and resource economics problems using any of the branches of Game Theory. Theoretical and empirical contributions are welcome, including, but not limited to, coalition formation, strategic environmental policy, dynamic games, bargaining, behavioral economics, experimental economics and network economics.

This Third Workshop accounts with the support of the University of Valencia Transportation Economics Group and for this reason the call is open to papers in this field but with a focus on Energy and Environmental Issues in Transport.

Keynote speaker: Bard Harstad (University of Oslo)

There is no registration fee. Lunch, soft drinks and coffee will be served during the workshop free of charge. Free accommodation will be provided to presenters of accepted papers. PhD students and scholar that got their PhD after December 31, 2014 can apply for travel grants (2).
Submission of papers: Please send your papers in PDF or Word format to Santiago Rubio (santiago.rubio@uv.es)

Submission deadline: 1 June 2019

Notification of acceptance: 17 June 2019

Venue: Department of Economic Analysis, Economics Faculty, Avinguda del Tarongers s/n,
46022 València, Spain.

Scientific Committee:
Carmen Arguedas (Autonomous University of Madrid)
Pedro Cantos (University of Valencia and ERICES)
Michael Finus (University of Graz)
Guiomar Martín-Herrán (University of Valladolid and IMUVA)
Pedro Pintassilgo (University of Algarve)
Mabel Tidball (Center for Environmental Economics, Montpellier)
Hans-Peter Weikard (University of Wageningen)

Organizing Committee:
Begoña Casino (Department of Economic Analysis, University of Valencia)
María Feo (Department of Applied Economics II, University of Valencia)
Rafael Moner (Department of Economic Analysis and ERICES, University of Valencia)
Santiago Rubio (Department of Economic Analysis and ERICES, University of Valencia)
Amparo Urbano (Department of Economic Analysis and ERICES, University of Valencia)

Generalitat Valenciana – Economic Analysis Department, University of Valencia – Economics
Faculty, University of Valencia – ERICES, University of Valencia.


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