Since late 2007, network activities such as seminars and working papers have been located in the ANU's Environmental Economics Research Hub.


ECONOMICS AND ENVIRONMENT NETWORK SYMPOSIUM
22-24 November 2010

Sponsored by the Environmental Economics Research Hub. More


SPRING 2007 SEMINAR SERIES OF
THE ECONOMICS AND ENVIRONMENT NETWORK

All seminars will be in Seminar Room 1, 2nd Floor, Crawford School for Economics and Government, Crawford Building (13), Ellery Crescent, Australian National University.

12.30 on Monday 27 August
Arief Yusuf, Australian National University
On the distributional effect of carbon tax in developing countries: The case of Indonesia More

12.30 on Monday 15 October
Ralf Steinhauser, Australian National University
A model of optimal enforcement of pollution regulation under incomplete monitoring when trading is introduced More



AUTUMN 2007 SEMINAR SERIES OF
THE ECONOMICS AND ENVIRONMENT NETWORK

All but one seminar will be at the Crawford School for Economics and Government, in either Seminar Room 1, 2nd Floor, or Seminar Room 4, 1st Floor, of the Crawford Building (13), Ellery Crescent, Australian National University. A light lunch will be provided.

12.30 on Wednesday 7 February
David Pannell, University of Western Australia
Economics and natural resource management: Frameworks for policy and planning More

12.30 on Thursday 8 February
John Livernois, University of Guelph, Canada
The Abatement Cost Function for Motor Vehicle Pollution Emissions: Evidence from Canada More

12.30 on Tuesday 27 March
Rognvaldur Hannesson, Norwegian School of Economics & Business Administration
Cooperative equilibria in fisheries More

12.30 on Tuesday 8 May
Peter Boxall, University of Alberta, Canada
TBA

12.00 on Wednesday 16 May in Seminar Room, Hancock West Building
Benjamin Warr, INSEAD, Fontainebleau, France
Accounting for economic growth: the role of physical work from natural resources More


SPRING 2006 SEMINAR SERIES OF
THE ECONOMICS AND ENVIRONMENT NETWORK

All seminars except 20 October will be at the Crawford School for Economics and Government, in Seminar Room 1, 2nd Floor, Crawford Building (13), Ellery Crescent, Australian National University. With most seminars, you are welcome to join the speaker for dinner afterwards on a self-paying basis.

4.00 on Thursday 24 August
Manfred Lenzen, University of Sydney
Uniting Physical and Monetary Accounts - The Triple Bottom Line More

4.00 on Thursday 21 September
Lata Gangadharan, University of Melbourne
Impact of Risk and Uncertainty on the Provision of Private and Public Goods: An Experimental Analysis More

4.00 on Thursday 12 October
Greg Poe, Cornell University
Using Experimental Economics and Indoor CV to Test the Validity of Contingent Valuation (CV) More

12.30 on Friday 20 October (ANUIE/CRES/EEN Seminar in CRES Seminar Room)
Michael Grubb, UK Carbon Trust and Imperial College, London
Economics of low carbon technology innovation: theory, evidence and links to carbon markets More

4.00 on Thursday 26 October
Anke Leroux, La Trobe University
Real Options in Biodiversity Conservation More


AUTUMN 2006 SEMINAR SERIES OF
THE ECONOMICS AND ENVIRONMENT NETWORK

All seminars will be at the Asia-Pacific School for Economics and Government, in Seminar Room 4, 1st Floor, Crawford Building (13), Ellery Crescent, Australian National University.

12.30 on Friday 7 April
Karen Hussey, National Europe Centre, ANU
European approaches to agri-environment policy: Who does what, and who foots the bill? More

12.30 on Friday 28 April
Greg Hertzler, University of Western Australia
How would a natural resource economist value ecosystem services? More

12.30 on Friday 5 May
Robert Cairns, McGill University, Montreal, Canada
Value and income: an eisegesis of environmental accounting More

12.30 on Friday 19 May
Budy Resosudarmo, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, ANU
Is the log export ban effective? Revisiting the issue through the case of Indonesia More

SPRING 2005 SEMINAR SERIES OF
THE ECONOMICS AND ENVIRONMENT NETWORK

All seminars will be in the Seminar Room, Level 5, Centre for Resource and Environmental Studies (CRES), Hancock Building West Wing (043), Biology Place, Australian National University.

12.30 on Thursday 6 October
Roger Burritt, ANU School of Business and Information Management
The corporate sustainability challenge More

12.30 on Thursday 13 October
Tim Risbey, Bureau of Transport and Regional Economics
Health impacts of transport emissions in Australia: Economic costs More

12.30 on Thursday 3 November
Drew Collins, BDA Group
Waste policy, MBIs and misguided environmentalism Poster Slides

12.30 on Thursday 24 November
Jack Pezzey, Centre for Resource and Environmental Studies
Neither the rock nor the hard place: sailing down the gulf between the politics and the economics of emissions control


MAY 2005 2ND NATIONAL WORKSHOP OF THE ECONOMICS AND ENVIRONMENT NETWORK

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SPRING 2004 SEMINAR SERIES OF
THE ECONOMICS AND ENVIRONMENT NETWORK

All seminars will be in the Seminar Room, Level 5, Centre for Resource and Environmental Studies (CRES), Hancock Building West Wing (043), Biology Place, Australian National University.

4.00 on Tuesday 19 October
Bob Harrison, Australian Bureau of Statistics
How scarce are Australia's natural resources, and how are they being managed? More

4.00 on Thursday 18 November
Steve Hatfield-Dodds, CSIRO
Economic growth and environmental pressure in Australia, 1945-2000 More Paper (only a working draft - contact bev.rose@csiro.au for revised version)

4.00 on Tuesday 23 November
Hannah Parris, Department of Environment and Heritage
Can complexity theory better explain the socio-economic aspects of environmental problems? A case study of the Great Barrier Reef Lagoon More


AUTUMN 2004 SEMINAR SERIES OF
THE ECONOMICS AND ENVIRONMENT NETWORK

All seminars will be in the Seminar Room, Level 5, Centre for Resource and Environmental Studies (CRES), Hancock Building West Wing (043), Biology Place, Australian National University.

12.30 on Wednesday 24 March
John Humphreys, Centre for International Economics
Perverse agricultural subsidies exposed - a framework for dismantling environmentally harmful subsidies More

12.30 on Wednesday 7 April
R. Quentin Grafton, CRES, Australian National University
Financing sustainable development: Country Undertakings and Rights for Environmental Sustainability (CURES) More

5.00 on Wednesday 21 April
Richard Damania, Department of Economics, University of Adelaide
Resources for sale: corruption, democracy and the natural resource curse More

11.00 on Friday 21 May
Deborah Peterson, Assistant Commissioner, Productivity Commission
Managing externalities from irrigation water More


Special seminar, Friday 6 August 2003.

Evolution of Population and a Resource with a Maximin Objective. Seminar by Robert Cairns, Department of Economics, McGill University, Montreal, Canada. 2pm in CRES Seminar Room, Hancock West, ANU.


MAY 2003 INAUGURAL NATIONAL WORKSHOP OF THE ECONOMICS AND ENVIRONMENT NETWORK

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SPRING 2002 INAUGURAL SEMINAR SERIES OF
THE ECONOMICS AND ENVIRONMENT NETWORK

All seminars except the first will be on Tuesdays, all will be at 4.00pm in Seminar Room 1 of the National Centre for Development Studies, 2nd floor of J.G. Crawford Building (13), Ellery Crescent, Australian National University

9 October, Barry Naughten, ABARE
Model-based national energy policy analysis: some examples of technology assessment More

15 October, Tom Kompas, NCDS
Tom Kompas, Nhu Che and R. Quentin Grafton, Input controls, efficiency and the management of the Australian northern prawn fishery More

29 October, Wendy Proctor, CSIRO Sustainable Ecosystems
Aiding decisions about land-use change: combining multi-criteria evaluation with a deliberative approach More

12 November, Drew Collins
NSW experience with pollution tax and trading schemes More


EEN PHD WORKSHOP

Seminar Room, Centre for Resource and Environmental Studies, Level 6, Hancock West Building (43), Creek Road, Australian National University

Monday, 4 November 2002

10.30am Tea/coffee in CRES tearoom

11.00am Tanira Kingi, NCDS PhD student
Property Rights and Agricultural Development: Making Land Ownership
Work

11.30am Albert Ofei-Mensah, NCDS PhD student
Transaction costs analysis of alternative greenhouse policy instruments in the Australian transport energy sector

12.00pm Jack Pezzey, CRES staff
Phil Pagan and Jack Pezzey, Some economics of water resources and use in the ACT

12.30pm Brown bag lunch - please bring your own

1.30pm Frank Jotzo, CRES PhD student
Making targets under emissions trading more flexible: the case of climate change

2.00pm Simad Saeed, NCDS PhD student
Social capital and sustainability

2.30pm Tom Kompas, NCDS staff
Efficiency and cost reductions from ITQs in the Australian South East Fishery

3.00pm Discussion on future activities and management of EEN

3.30pm Tea/coffee in CRES tearoom

 

 

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