Roundtable: Frontiers in the Economics of Energy Efficiency 25/06/2014

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Roundtable: Frontiers in the Economics of Energy Efficiency

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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 the Centre for European Economic Research (ZEW). 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 through an open call for papers.

Andreas Löschel
Centre for European Economic Research ZEW
Denny Ellerman
European University Institute
Michael Hanemann
Arizona State University
Ignacio J. Pérez-Arriaga
Universidad Pontificia Comillas, MIT
Kanako Tanaka
Low Carbon Society Strategy Japan

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