Heartland Environmental and Resource Economics Workshop at Illinois
The 2016 Heartland Environmental and Resource Economics Workshop @Illinois will be on Saturday and Sunday November 12-13 in the Memorial Union Hall at the University of Illinois. This will be a day-and-a-half event with a keynote speaker luncheon on the first day and a panel discussion luncheon on the second day. Please email Heartland@illinois.edu if you would like to receive the call for proposals and the notice that registration is open.
The Heartland Environmental and Resource Economics Workshop will be held for the eighth year at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign on November 12 – 13, 2016. Topics for contributed paper sessions will be chosen based on the submissions we receive. The day-and-a-half long workshop (mid-morning Saturday through mid-afternoon Sunday) will feature:
- A luncheon with keynote speaker Maureen Cropper (University of Maryland)
- Panel discussion
- Multiple sessions of contributed 20-minute paper presentations
- One set of 8-minute short research presentations
- Research posters displayed during breakfast and breaks
- Numerous breaks to share ideas and develop new collaborations
- Dinner available to all attendees on the night in between the two days of presentations
The goals of Heartland@Illinois are to stimulate research and build community in environmental economics with some focus on the Midwest. The workshop brings people together to exchange ideas and foster new collaborations. Through selected paper sessions, it identifies pressing public policy issues and emerging research themes on environmental and resource economics. Finally, it provides networking and development opportunities for graduate students and early career faculty in environmental and resource economics.
2016 Organizing Committee: Professors Amy Ando, Kathy Baylis, Peter Christensen, Sandy Dall’erba, Tatyana Deryugina, Don Fullerton, Madhu Khanna, and Erica Myers from the University of Illinois.
2016 Sponsors: The Department of Agricultural and Consumer Economics, the College of ACES Office of Research, the Institute for Sustainability, Energy, and Environment, the Center for Global Studies, and the Gutsgell Endowed Professor Fund at the University of Illinois. External funding provided by the Journal of Environmental Economics and Management.