The Ulvön Conference on Environmental Economics

Senast ändrad: 03 januari 2017
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The main purpose of the Ulvön Conference on Environmental Economics is to provide a forum for the dissemination of high quality research in environmental economics.

Initiated in 1993, a key purpose is to allow PhD students to present their work and interact with a number of leading researchers in the field. The conference is  held at Ulvön (the Wolf Island) a small, attractive old fishing hamlet located along the high coast, about 500 km north of Stockholm.

The conference has enjoyed support from the Beijer Institute, the Nordic Council, Swedish Council for Agricultural and Forestry Research, SLU-Umeå, University of Umeå

The conference attracts senior economists from all over the world. Keynote speakers include:

Geir Asheim, University of Oslo
Peter Berck, UC Berkeley
Ted Bergstrom, UC Santa Barbara
Peter Bohm, Stockholm University
Dan Bromley, University of Wisconsin, Madison
Gardner Brown, University of Washington
Yuri Belyaev, SLU-Umeå
Richard Carson, University of San Diego
Graciela Chichilnisky, Columbia University
Maureen Cropper, The World Bank
Robert Deacon, UC Santa Barbara.
Shawna Grosskopf, Oregon University
Larry Goulder, Stanford University
Michael Hanemann, UC Berkeley
Nick Hanley, University of Stirling
Glenn W. Harrison, University of South Carolina
Geoffrey Heal, Columbia University
Kaj Nyström, University of Umeå
Alan Randall, Ohio State University
Bo Ranneby, SLU-Umeå
Jason Shogren, University of Wyoming
David Starrett, Stanford University
Steve Polasky, Oregon University
Paul Portney, RFF
Thomas Rutherford, University of Colorado
Agnar Sandmo, University of Bergen
Jeffrey Vincent, Harvard University
Martin Weitzman, Harvard University
Martin Whitby, University of Newcastle
Jim Wilen, UC Davis
Hirofumo Uzawa, Japan Development Bank
Hans Wallin, University of Umeå.


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