Econometric Models of Climate Change Conference
University of Milano-Bicocca, 29-30 August 2019
Building U6, Room 01F, Viale Piero e Alberto Pirelli, 22, 20126 – Milan, Italy
The Center for European Studies (CefES) and the Department of Economics, Management and Statistics (DEMS) at the University of Milan-Bicocca, together with CREATES at Aarhus University, the Department of Economics and Finance (DEF) at the University of Rome-Tor Vergata, Climate Econometrics at the University of Oxford and the Department of Economics at the University of Victoria, are hosting the 4th Conference on “Econometric Models of Climate Change” at the University of Milan-Bicocca (Milan, Italy) on 29-30 August 2019.
The conference aims at promoting an interdisciplinary approach to the detection and attribution of climate change, cross-fertilization between climate science, economics and econometrics, and econometric estimates of climate impacts and policy evaluation.
Call for papers
We solicit submissions of papers whose novelty stems from the development and introduction of new econometric methods to models of climate change – inviting both papers using econometric methods to analyze climate data, as well as economic, financial and econometric studies of climate impacts. We particularly welcome also submissions in the field of climatology highlighting interesting statistical challenges to which econometric methods can contribute.
Please send titles and abstracts (or completed papers) no later than May 31st, 2019 to one of the organizers:
- Eric Hillebrand, CREATES, Aarhus University, email@example.com
- Claudio Morana, University of Milano-Bicocca, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Felix Pretis, Climate Econometrics & Department of Economics, University of Victoria, email@example.com
- Tommaso Proietti, Department of Economics and Finance, University of Rome ‘Tor Vergata’, firstname.lastname@example.org
Econometrics Special Issue
We are pleased to inform you that Econometrics will publish a Special Issue entitle "Econometric Analysis of Climate Change". See details at: https://www.mdpi.com/journal/econometrics/special_issues/econometric_climate