Opening Act 27/06/2016

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Opening Act

7th Atlantic Workshop on Energy and Environmental Economics

O Taller Atlántico en Enerxía e Economía Ambiental (AWEEE) é unha reunión bienal científica, nacido en 2004, que está organizado por Economía da Enerxía, coa colaboración do CEPE (ETH) e da Universidade de Münster (CAWM), e co apoio de Ecobas. O taller converteuse nunha importante saída para a discusión e o debate sobre a investigación do estado da técnica en temas ambientais e de enerxía, cun número limitado de participantes que veñen de todas partes do mundo. O AWEEE combina conferencias maxistrais sobre temas específicos por parte de académicos de prestixio coa presentación da investigación polos oradores invitados e doutros participantes a través dunha convocatoria aberta para os papeis. O AWEEE leva a cabo na agradable illa da Toxa, na zona Noroeste de Galicia española. Na súa sétima edición do taller incluirá conferencias maxistrais de Rick van der Ploeg (Universidade de Oxford) e Karen Palmer (Recursos para o Futuro) e convidou as presentacións e discusións de papel de Antonio Bento (Universidade do Sur de California), Christoph Böhringer (Universidade de Oldenburg), Marco Casari (Universidade de Bolonia), José M. Labeaga (UNED), Juan-Pablo Montero (PUC Chile) e Michael Pollitt (Universidade de Cambridge).

Presenta: Xabier Labandeira
Catedrático de Economía
Carlos de Miguel
Rede
Andreas Löschel
Centre for European Economic Research ZEW

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