Watt Watchers & The Seesaw of Energy Dieting. Evidence from Low-Income Urban Households 22 de xuño de 2018
Watt Watchers & The Seesaw of Energy Dieting. Evidence from Low-Income Urban Households
Sebastien Houde joint work with Catherine Wolfram and Mary Zaki
The Atlantic Workshop on Energy and Environmental Economics (AWEEE) is a biennial scientific meeting, born in 2004, which is organized by Economics for Energy with the collaboration of CEPE (ETH Zurich) and the University of Münster (CAWM) and the support of ECOBAS. The workshop has become an important outlet for the discussion and debate on state-of-the-art research on energy and environmental issues, with a limited number of participants who come from all around the world. The AWEEE combines keynote lectures on specific topics by prestigious academics with the presentation of research by invited speakers and by other participants, including a poster session, through an open call for papers. The AWEEE takes place in the pleasant island of A Toxa, in the Northwestern Spanish area of Galicia. In its eighth edition the workshop will include keynote lectures by Christiane Baumeister (University of Notre Dame) and Don Fullerton (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) and invited presentations and paper discussions by Kathy Baylis (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), Sébastien Houde (University of Maryland), Juan-Pablo Montero (PUC Chile), Katrin Rehdanz (University of Kiel), and Katheline Schubert (University of Paris 1).