envecon 2016

Keynote Speaker

Mark Gough, Executive Director, Natural Capital Coalition

Key Note

Demystifying Economic Valuation - Ece Özdemiroglu, eftec & VNP, UK

Plenary Session: A pre-launch overview of Land, Environment, Economics and Policy Institute (LEEP), University of Exeter

Land, Environment, Economics and Policy Institute (LEEP) 

Prof. Ian Bateman
Dr. Amy Binner
Prof. Brett Day
Prof. Matt Lobley
Prof. Michael Winter



Parallel Session 1: Economic Valuation

Thresholds and interactions: Evidence from valuing urban riparian corridors

Rosalind Bark, University of Leeds, UK -  Presentation

How can economic analysis inform the implementation of the revised Bathing Water Directive?

Sarah Krisht, eftec, UK


Strategic bias in choice experiments

Keila Meginnis, University of Manchester, UK


Environmentally adjusted multifactor productivity growth

Miguel Cárdenas Rodríguez, OECD


Parallel Session 2: Risk

Corporate green bonds: Four ways to scale up the market

Michael Ridley, HSBC, UK


Insurance value of land management scenarios under climate change: Trade-offs between ecosystem services and between stakeholder groups

Tanvir Hussain, University of Freiburg, Germany


Time preferences and risk aversion: Tests on domain differences

Jana Sadeh, University of Southampton, UK


Marginal Willingness to Pay for health risk reduction and baseline risk

Marcella Veronesi, University of Verona, Italy


Plenary Session: Cost Benefit Analysis

Green Book refresh: Updates for environmental economists

Joseph Lowe, HM Treasury, UK


Who are we discounting exactly? Inequality aversion and the representative median household

Tanja Wettingfeld, Defra, UK


Combining expert opinions on valuing the future: Implications for climate policy  

Frikk Nesje, University of Oslo, Norway


Parallel Session 3: Climate Change, Policy and Business

The route towards a low carbon Europe: The role of technological change and environmental policies in European manufacturing sectors

Marianna Gilli, University of Ferrara, Italy


Does climate change pose a risk to competitiveness? Global firm level evidence

Misato Sato, LSE, UK


Importance of the labelling effect in energy policy – Some evidence from the UK

Chris Grainger, UCL, UK


Parallel Session 4: Spatial Analysis 

Spatially explicit discrete choice experiments: An application to coastal management in the Kimberley, Western Australia

Michael Burton, University of Manchester, UK


Soil degradation and ecosystem services in England and Wales: An economic assessment

Joe Morris, Cranfield University, UK


Scaling up economic evidence to support a national natural capital investment plan

Ian Dickie, eftec, UK


Parallel Session 5: Natural Capital Accounting 

Developing ecosystem accounts for protected areas in England and Scotland

Chris White, AECOM, UK


A natural capital investment plan for the Northern Upland Chain

Chris Woodley Stewart, North Pennines AONB, UK  Phil Cryle, eftec, UK


Planning for sustainable land-use: The natural capital planning tool (NCPT)

Oliver Hölzinger, CEEP, UK


Parallel Session 6: Climate, Energy and Economic Behaviour 

Consumer inattention and energy efficiency: The causal effects of label elements

Stephan Sommer,  RWI Essen,  Germany


The price and emission effects of a market stability reserve  in a competitive allowance market

Grischa Perino, University of Hamburg, Germany


Heat in the fifth carbon budget

Ladislav Tvaruzek & Jenny Hill, Committee for Climate Change, UK


Consumer adoption of energy efficient technologies: Evidence from a UK district heating scheme

Andrew Burlinson, Warwick Business School, UK


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