Konferensi: International Dimensions of Climate PoliciesMay 29, 2008 at 6:29 pm | Posted in Konferensi, Perubahan Iklim | Leave a comment
Call for Papers: Conference on the International Dimensions of Climate Policies
21 – 23 January 2009, University of Bern, Bern, Switzerland
Deadline for Abstracts: 1 September 2008
The NCCR Climate invites scientists to the “International Dimensions of Climate Policies” conference that will take place on 21 – 23 January 2009 in Bern, Switzerland. Contributions from the following fields are welcome:
* Trade theoretical foundations of integrated assessment models
* Trade implications of promoting adaptation
* Effect of technological transfers and spillovers in the context of global climate policies
* International competitiveness in the presence of climate policies
The conference will cover a broad spectrum of climate economic research issues and foster cross-disciplinary links. Each topic includes a keynote plenary lecture and numerous parallel sessions. It is open to all interested researchers.
Christoph Böhringer (U Oldenburg; confirmed), Carlo Carraro (U Florence; confirmed), Chris Hope (U Cambridge; confirmed), Nebojsa Nakicenovic (TU Wien), William D. Nordhaus (U Yale), Michael Rauscher (U Rostock; confirmed), Thomas F. Rutherford (ETH Zurich, confirmed), Richard S. Tol (U Dublin; confirmed). Further speakers to be announced.
Juan-Carlos Altamirano (EPFL), Seraina Buob (U Bern), Beatriz Gaitan (U Bern), Alain Haurie (U Geneva), Gunter Stephan (U Bern), Hal Turton (PSI, ETH Zurich), Philippe Thalmann (EPFL), Alexander Wokaun (PSI, ETH Zurich), Frank Vöhringer (EPFL)
A long abstract of max. 10’000 characters should be submitted electronically on http://www.nccr-climate.unibe.ch/conferences/climate_policies/subscribe_en.html before 1 September 2008. Only abstracts in English are considered. Notification of accepted papers will be made by 1 October 2008. A full paper and payment of the conference fee (CHF 250 regular, CHF 100 students) will be due on 20 October 2008.
Hotels and accommodation:
Bern, where the conference will take place, offers a breath-taking setting surrounded by the Swiss Alps, with its old town listed as a UNESCO world heritage site. Visit the webpage of the Bern tourism office for information on hotels and accommodation.