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IEES WS 18/19

Below you find the list of our Institute for Ecological Economics Seminars (IEES) in WS 2018/19:

DateTimeRoomPresenterTitle
19.12.12-13EA.1.013Stefan EdererWealth distribution in the short- and long-run. Was Piketty right?
12.12.10-.12EA.1.013Martin CernyExploring post-carbon futures. Integrating input-output modelling with experts' participation
28.11.12-13EA.1.013Hanspeter WielandMapping global flows of iron and steel in an input-output framework: Conceptual clarifications and preliminary results.
24.10.12-13D5.3.033Nepomuk Dunz, Irene MonasteroloDon’t forget climate sentiments: real and financial markets’ reactions to climate risks

IEES SS 2018

Below you find the list of our Institute for Ecological Economics Seminars (IEES) in SS 2018:

DateTimeRoomPresenterTitle
March 7, 201813:00-14:00D5.3.033Armon RezaiClimate policy and stranded carbon assets
April 11, 201813:00-14:00EA.1.013Ines OmannThe bioeconomy we need: A regional development approach to the bioeconomy
April 25, 201813:00-14:00D1.2.092Michael MiessEconomic Forecasting with an Agent-based Model
May 9, 201813:00-14:00D5.3.033Louison Cahen-FourotThe regulation of capitalism and climate regulation
May 23, 201813:00-14:00EA.1.013Stefanie PeerEnvironmental and socio-economic aspects of autonomous, connected, electric and shared vehicles (ACES)
June 6, 201813:00-14:00D1.2.092Stefanie GeroldInequality of working hours, income inequality, and the role of collective bargaining
June 27, 201813:00-14:00D5.3.033Ernest AignerThe focus of academic economics: Before and after the crisis

For further information on the IEES Series please contact the Coordinator Emanuele Campiglio.

Past IEES Series:
WS 2017/18

IEES WS 2017/18

DateTimePresenterTitle
Oct 17, 201713:00 14:00Emanuele CampiglioClimate financial bubbles: How market sentiments shape the transition to a low-carbon economy
Oct 31, 201713:00 14:00Liesbeth de SchutterAssessing the expanding role of the bioeconomy in its social-ecological context
Nov 14, 201713:00 14:00Katarzyna GruszkaSocio-ecological transformation – Dystopias, utopias, and institutional change
Nov 28, 201713.00 14:00Reinhard MechlerClimate policy for risks 'beyond adaptation'
Dec 12, 201713:00 14:00Petra BiberhoferThe economization of education: Knowledge transformations in higher education institutions
Jan 23, 201813:00 14.00Stefan SchmelzerSectoral financial leverage in empirical SFC modelling
Jan 30, 201813:00 14:00Judith Kohlenberger and Isabella Buber-EnnserIntegration capital of Syrian & Iraqi refugees: Methodological approach, field observations and first results from the DiPAS follow-up survey