6th Annual LSE/Imperial/King's workshop in Environmental Economics
We are pleased to announce that the next installment of our Workshop in Environmental Economics will take place on 19-20 June 2023.
This year it is co-organised by the London School of Economics, Imperial College and King’s College London and will be held in person at LSE.
The programme will consist of full paper presentations and a session of egg-timer presentations for early career researchers (PhDs/Postdocs). We will also have a keynote talk by Prof Lucas Davis (UC Berkeley).
The workshop will bring together top scholars from around the world to share their latest research in environmental, resource and energy economics. The workshop is also a great platform to identify areas where further academic work is needed and to foster new collaborations.
Invited speakers are expected to participate in the entire 2-day workshop. There is no fee for attending, and we will cover and arrange accommodation for invited speakers. Meals, snacks, and drinks will also be provided free of charge during the workshop. Participants are responsible for paying for and arranging their travel arrangements (flights/trains).
Paper (and extended abstract) submissions are due Wednesday 1 February 2023 (by midnight London time). Authors will be notified of acceptance by Wednesday 1 March. To submit a paper or extended abstract, please fill out the following form.
Attending the workshop
Workshop attendance is primarily targeted at LSE, Imperial and King’s faculty, postdocs, and research students. However, we are happy to extend the invitations to a few more external guests. Due to space constraints, registrations are limited to 50 people; we will, therefore, unlikely be able to accept all requests from externals.
If you’re interested in attending (local affiliate or external), please fill out our registration form by 15 May 2023. We will confirm your registration by 20 May 2023.
Attendants are expected to participate in the entire 2-day workshop. There is no fee for attending.
Eugenie Dugoua (LSE Geography & Environment; LSE Grantham Research Institute)
Karly Kuralbayeva (King’s College London; LSE Grantham Research Institute)
Ralf Martin (Imperial College London; LSE Grantham Research Institute)
Sefi Roth (LSE Geography & Environment; LSE Grantham Research Institute)
Clare Balboni (MIT/UCL)
Gharad Bryan (LSE Economics)
Robin Burgess (LSE Economics)
Tim Foreman (King’s College)
Elisabeth Gottsbauer (LSE Grantham Research Institute)
Steven Jarvis (LSE Geography & Environment)
Aurélien Saussay (LSE Grantham Research Institute)
Hendrik Wolff (LSE Geography & Environment)