We are pleased to announce that the third LSE Workshop in Environmental Economics will take place online on 22-23 June 2020.
This year we have partnered with Imperial College London and the Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment.
COVID-19 (coronavirus) update
Please note that due to the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic, the LSE Workshop in Environmental Economics will be moved online.
Our annual workshop brings together top scholars from around the world to share their latest research. The workshop is also a great platform to identify areas where further academic work is needed and to foster new collaborations.
The programme will consist of full paper presentations, a session of egg-timer presentations for early career researchers (PhDs/Postdocs), and a policy session.
View the full 2020 programme here
Keynote Lecture: Matthew Kahn (Johns Hopkins University and NBER)
The COVID-19 Crisis Accelerates Climate Change Adaptation Progress
Watch Matthew's Keynote Lecture here.
Policy Panel: The Pandemic, Climate Change and Economic Growth
Chair: Lord Nicholas Stern (LSE)
Ben Caldecott: Director of the Sustainable Finance Programme, University of Oxford Stephane Hallegatte: Lead Economist of the Climate Change Group, The World Bank Rebecca Henderson: John and Natty McArthur University Professor, Harvard University Beata Javorcik: Chief Economist, EBRD
Mariana Mazzucato: Director of the UCL Institute for Innovation and Public Purpose Gonzalo Muñoz: UN High-Level Climate Action Champion
Watch the discussion here.
Workshop attendance is open to LSE and Imperial College faculty, postdocs, and research students. We are also happy to extend the invitations to a few more guests. All attendants (including LSE and Imperial affiliates) must be registered by June 17, 5 PM (London time) in order to receive login information to connect to the online sessions. To register, click here.
Invited speakers are expected to participate in the entire 2-day workshop.
Eugenie Dugoua, Ralf Martin and Sefi Roth
Giles Atkinson (LSE), Simon Dietz (LSE), Matt Kotchen (Yale), Arik Levinson (Georgetown), Kyle Meng (UCSB), Mar Reguant (Northwestern), Joe Shapiro (UC Berkeley), Ulrich Wagner (Mannheim).
View 2019 programme
View 2018 programme