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Aula Magna. Faculty Business and Economics
The Research Center on Economics and Sustainability (ECO-SOS) was originally created in 2010 as CREIP (Research Center in Industrial and Public Economics), and recently moved to sustainability issues, in line with the research interests of its members. Specifically, ECO-SOS studies the connection between sustainability and the following areas of interest: environmental and climate economics, health economics, regional and urban economics, education and labor market, business and innovation, energy and natural resources, industrial organization, economic policy, game theory and environmental conflicts, transport and tourism.
This workshop provides an opportunity to all those interested in the interaction between sustainability and gender and, in general terms, to address global challenges faced by our economies when designing growth strategies. In this sense, we want to analyze the gender implications of economic activities, quantify their externalities and provide proposals to achieve more sustainable growth scenarios.
Researchers are encouraged to submit both empirical and theoretical papers that are broadly consistent with the ECO-SOS areas of interest. We particulalry welcome papers related to the following topics, in addition to the main topic of Gender Challenges