envecon 2013

Keynote Speaker

Dr. Ulrike Hotopp, Chief Economist, Defra

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Parallel Session 1: Climate Change Policy

Full cost accounting for climate controls

Mike Holland, EMRC

The benefits of carbon pricing for closing fiscal deficits

Robin Smale, Vivid Economics

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Simultaneous CO2 permit trading and output

Anca Pana, University of Zurich

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Parallel Session 2: Economic Valuation

Income inequality and willingness to pay for ecosystem services

Moritz Drupp, University Tubingen

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Societal demand for domestic water provision and service improvements in Sri Lanka

Sisira Rajapakshe, University of Leeds

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An experimental investigation of the impacts of persuasion and information acquisition on WTP for climate change adaptation

Tanya O'Garra, London School of Economics

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A common bird in your garden is worth two rare ones in the woods.  Use and non-use values of local wildlife.

Michael Brock, University of East Anglia

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Parallel Session 3: Water Management

The value of achieving water quality improvements in the rivers of the metropolitan region of Berlin and Brandenburg

Marco Boeri, Queen's University, Belfast

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A general equilibrium model for the assessment of water productivity dynamics.  The case of Castile and Leon (Spain)

Thomas Thaler, Middlesex University

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Going once..going twice...Should we buy into reverse auctions for water?

Sophie Upson, Risk & Policy Analysts Ltd

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Revealed and stated preference valuation and transfer: a comparison of water quality improvement values

Silvia Ferrini, University of East Anglia

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Parallel Session 4: Ecosystem Services

Economic valuation of ecosystem services, an application of a tool for valuing conservation measures in Natura 2000 areas

Stijn Lambert, Arcadis Belgium

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Taking account of the "ecosystem risk" in financial investment

Anna Balez

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Vulnerability to weather disasters: the choice of coping strategies in rural Uganda

Jennifer Helgeson, London School of Economics

Deregulation and environmental protection. A perspective on recent changes to the UK government's regulatory policy

Paul Morling, RSPB

Parallel Session 5: The Marine Environment

Cost-benefit analysis of nutrient abatement in the Baltic Sea

Kari Hyytiainnen, MTT Agrifood Research, Finland

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An economic assessment of marine ecosystem services in St Vincent and the Grenadines

Mike Christie, Aberystwyth University

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None-use valuation of marine and coastal ecosystems: application to the ex ante assessment of Precheur marine (Martinique)

Thomas Binet, University of Portsmouth

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Valuing ecosystem services using input-output techniques: the case of UK fisheries

Eleni Papathanasopoulou

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Parallel Session 6: Analysing Individual Behaviour

"Ask" is the new "nudge" and "choice" causes "spill over" - learning from effective behaviour change programs in Australian Cities

Jo Boyd-Wallis, SKM London

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Public preferences, attitudes and choices towards climate change policies: A hybrid mixture model

Maria Loureiro, University of Santiago de Compostela

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Accounting for property rights in economic valuation and policy appraisal: an application to the A27 Polegate Bypass

Amy Binner, University of East Anglia

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The market for watts and lumens, and public good provision

Luca Panzone, University of Manchester

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Parallel Session 7: Analysing Company Workplace Behaviour

Is there trade-off between 'dirty' imports and 'clean' innovation?

Svetlana Batrakova, London School of Economics

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Testing the effect of defaults on the thermostat settings of OECD employees

Zack Brown, OECD

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Knowledge spillovers from clean technologies: a patent citation analysis

Antoine Dechezlepretre, London School of Economics

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Parallel Session 8: Economic Appraisal

Divestment of the English Forestry Estate: An economically sound choice?

Iain Fraser, University of Kent

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Forest owners' participation in voluntary biodiversity conservation

Yohei Mitani, Norwegian University of Life Sciences

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What good is the UNDP Human Development Index? A quantitative analysis incorporating subjective wellbeing

Lin Yang, London School of Economics

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