3rd ECO-SOS Workshop on Economics and Sustainability, mayo 12 2023
Aula Magna. Facultad de Economía y Empresa
3rd ECO-SOS Workshop on Economics and Sustainability:
Reus, May 12th 2023
The Research Centre on Economics and Sustainability (ECO-SOS) is a research centre created in 2010 as CREIP (Research Centre in Industrial and Public Economics), that recently moved to sustainability issues, in line with 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, and transport and tourism.
This workshop provides an opportunity to all those interested in the interaction between sustainability and economic growth and, in general terms to address global challenges faced by our economies when designing growth strategies. In this sense we want to analyze environmental implications of economic activities, quantify its negative 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. However, we welcome specially papers related to the following topics in addition to the main topic of Gender Challenges:
· Gender and labour market.
· Gender and economic growth.
· Gender and health.
· Gender and firm.
· Gender and education.
· Gender and innovation.
Dr. Sarah Cattan
The Institute of Fiscal Studies (FIS), London ......................................................................................................
Sarah is an Associate Director in the Education and Skills sector. She joined the IFS in 2012 and currently holds a British Academy Postdoctoral Fellowship to study child development and household behaviour in developed and developing countries. Sarah's research interests include the origins of inequality and the role of human capital played in driving inequalities within and across generations. In the recent past, she has conducted projects looking at the determinants of early childhood development, the impact of early childhood and education policies, and the gender wage gap.
Submission of papers
Full papers should be submitted (in pdf format) to firstname.lastname@example.org by Febreuary 24th 2023. Authors are allowed to submit only one paper. Information about acceptance will be send by March 17th. All paper presenters are expected to discuss another paper during the workshop. The assignment of discussants will be distributed to participants by the end of April.
As this workshop intends to create a network among researchers working on sustainability issues, participation without paper presentation is also encouraged. In this case, please send us an e-mail indicating your interest in attending the workshop (before the end of April, for the sake organizing).
Registration and fees
There is a non-refundable fee for all the attendants of EUR 150€. The fee covers coffee breaks, a lunch and a gala dinner, and full access of all activities of the workshop. In case the workshop has to moved online due to the pandemic, fees will be reduced to 100€.
Luis Diaz-Serrano (ECO-SOS, Universitat Rovira i Virgili)
Montserrat Ferré Carracedo (ECO-SOS, Universitat Rovira i Virgili)
José Manuel Giménez Gómez (ECO-SOS, Universitat Rovira i Virgili)
Carolina Manzano Tovar (ECO-SOS, Universitat Rovira i Virgili)
Local Organising Committee
Josep-Maria Arauzo-Carod (ECO-SOS, Universitat Rovira i Virgili)
Cori Vilella-Bach (ECO-SOS, Universitat Rovira i Virgili)
Eulàlia Torner (ECO-SOS, Universitat Rovira i Virgili): email@example.com