The Annual Environmental and Natural Resource Conservation Workshop is an international two-day event organized by the CEE-M in the fall of the year.
The Workshop aims to foster interactions between researchers working on environmental and natural resource economics and gathers around 10 invited speakers using theoretical and empirical approaches.
Day 1 — Thursday, November 18th
- “Why finance professionals hold green and brown assets? A lab-in-the-field experiment”, by Sébastien Duchêne (CEE-M& University of Montpellier)
- “Evaluating climate policies by the Pareto principle: Efficiency when future identities are unobservable” by Geir B. Asheim (University of Oslo)
- “Corporate Engagement by Socially Responsible Investors” by Sébastien Pouget (TSE & Université Toulouse 1 Capitole)
- “Data-Based Predictions: Holistic and Atomistic Procedures” by Ariel Rubinstein – Keynote – (Tel Aviv University & New York University)
- “Why do Firms issue Green Bonds?” by Julien Xavier Daubanes (Paris School of Economics & CNRS)
- “Social Preferences and the Distribution of Rewards in Organizations” by Raphaël Soubeyran (CEE-M & University of Montpellier)
Day 2 — Friday, November 19
- “The Economics of Label Credence Goods: Theory and Evidence” by Felix Holzmeister – (Innsbruck University)
- “Evolutionarily stable in-group altruism in productive and destructive group contests” by Guillaume Cheickbossian (CEE-M & INRAE)
- “Designing Agri-Environmental Schemes to cope with un-certainty” by Gwenolé Le Velly (CEE-M & INRAE)