The V Meeting on International Economics, jointly organized by the Institute of International Economics, Universitat Jaume I, and the Midlands Energy Consortium from the UK, will take place from 6th to 8th July 2016 in Villarreal (Castellón, Spain). It aims to provide academics, policy-makers and industry with a forum for discussion and rigorous economic analysis of the challenges facing energy and environmental economics in contemporary society. The theme of the conference is “Energy and Environmental Challenges in a Globalized World”.
Topics of the conference include, but are not restricted to, the following areas of research: i. Energy and Environmental Regulation, ii. Resource Conservation, iii. Taxation on Polluting Activity, iv. Consumer Behaviour, v. Energy and Climate Change, vi. Energy Modelling, vii. Energy Poverty, viii. Energy Efficiency, ix. Renewable Energy, x. Carbon Dioxide Emissions, xi. Energy Prices, xii. Oil and Shale Gas, xiii. Markets for Energy Commodities and Derivatives, xiv. Energy Policy, xv. Energy, environment and transport
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Submissions (in pdf file format only) must be sent by email only to Cristina Aliaga Alarcón (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The deadline for the submission of papers is the 8th April 2016.