The 25th Annual Conference Environmental Economics, Policy and International Relations
This Conference provides a conducive environment for a comprehensive exchange of ideas and discussion on new theoretical and empirical research papers in environmental economics and policy. Themes include energy issues, climate change, sustainable tourism, circular economy, bio-economy, water management, and international environmental relations. We welcome both papers based on novel quantitative/econometric techniques and papers applying qualitative research methods. Papers explicitly outlining policy implications are encouraged. Doctoral students and post-doctoral researchers are invited to submit papers. These key issues are of particular interest to the conference:
- Energy and climate change economic modeling & Energy policies and politics,
- Instruments of environmental policy,
- Sustainable tourism,
- Sustainable finance,
- International environmental relations, including environmental aspects of international trade,
- Market and non-market valuation of environmental goods and services.
Prof. Petr Šauer, Prague University of Economics and Business, Faculty of International Relations, Institute of Sustainable Business
Dr. Milan Ščasný, Charles University, Environment Center & Institute of Economic Studies
Dr. Jean-François Auger, Charles University and Prague University of Economics and Business
Assoc. Prof. Miroslav Hájek, University of Life Science, Prague, Faculty of Forestry and Wood Sciences
Prof. Karel Janda, Charles University, Institute of Economic Studies; Prague University of Economics and Business, Faculty of Finance and Accounting
Dr. Zbyněk Dubský, Faculty of International Relations, Prague University of Economics and Business
Dr. Jiří Hlaváček, Faculty of International Relations, Prague University of Economics and Business
The conference is financially supported by the grant IGS Faculty of International Relations, Prague University of Economics and Business, No. 46/2023. This conference is also part of a project that has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement No 870245.