Main Poster Session

Friday 29 June 2012, 13:00 - 13:45 (Main Poster Session)

Quick Links:   Programme Overview  •  Main Poster Session
Session: Main Poster Session
When & Where: Friday 29 June 2012, 13:00 - 13:45, Room RB ATRIUM

Papers in this session

A DYNAMIC STOCHASTIC PORTFOLIO MODEL FOR AGRICULTURAL PLANNING UNDER MULTIPLE RISKS

Presented by Rong-Gang Cong, Lund university

A STRATEGIC ANALYSIS OF EUTROPHICATION IN THE BALTIC SEA

Presented by Lassi Ahlvik, MTT Agrifood Research Finland

HOW MANY BAD APPLES ARE IN A BUNCH? AN EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION OF PERCEIVED PESTICIDE RESIDUE RISKS

Presented by Sandra Notaro, Department of Economics, Univeristy of Trento

HOW UNCERTAIN ARE THE SOCIAL COSTS OF GREENHOUSE GASES?

Presented by Disa Thureson, Örebro university and the Swedish National Road and Transport Research Institute

INCENTIVE CONTRACT OR TENURE REFORM? UNDERSTANDING THE TRANSITION OF FOREST RESOURCES MANAGEMENT IN CHINA

Presented by He Haoran, Beijing Normal University

INSURANCE PREMIUMS FOR COVERAGE AGAINST NATURAL DISASTER RISK: AN APPLICATION OF BAYESIAN INFERENCE

Presented by Youbaraj Paudel, PhD

INTEGRATION OF ECONOMIC VALUATION AND SPATIAL ANALYSIS AS A TOOL TO PRESERVE COASTAL WETLANDS IN SOUTHERN SINALOA, MEXICO

Presented by Paulo A.L.D. Nunes, The Mediterranean Science Commission – CIESM

MODELLING SPATIAL PATTERNS OF HUMAN-CAUSED WILDFIRE OCCURRENCES IN NORTH-WEST OF SPAIN

Presented by Julia Touza, Universidade de Vigo

MORBIDITY AND SULFUR DIOXIDE: EVIDENCE FROM FRENCH STRIKES AT OIL REFINERIES

Presented by Emmanuelle Lavaine, CES Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne - Paris School of Economics

ON THE DISTRIBUTION OF CROP YIELDS: DOES THE CENTRAL LIMIT THEOREM APPLY?

Presented by Phoebe Koundouri, Athens University of Economics and Business

OPTIMIZING FOREST MANAGEMENT UNDER DEPENDENT PRICE AND PRODUCTION RISKS: A MARKOV DECISION PROCESS APPROACH

Presented by Marielle Brunette, Laboratory of Forest Economics

PRICE-INDUCED CHANGES IN GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS FROM AGRICULTURE, FORESTRY, AND OTHER LAND USE: A SPATIAL PANEL ECONOMETRIC ANALYSIS

Presented by Raja Chakir, INRA-AgroParisTech

PRIVATE FOREST OWNERS’ PARTICIPATION BEHAVIOR RELATED TO INCENTIVE CONSERVATION PROGRAM—A CASE STUDY OF NATURA2000 PROGRAM IN FRANCE

Presented by Gengyang Tu, INRA

RE-IDENTIFYING THE REBOUND: WHAT ABOUT ASYMMETRY?

Presented by Manuel Frondel, RWI

RENEWABLES IN THE ENERGY TRANSITION: EVIDENCE ON SOLAR HOME SYSTEMS AND LIGHTING FUEL CHOICE IN KENYA

Presented by Jana Stoever, Hamburg University / HWWI

SECOND-BEST EMISSION TAXATION IN DURABLE-GOODS INDUSTRIES

Presented by Amagoia Sagasta, University of the Basque Country

SOCIAL COSTS AND BENEFITS ANALYSIS OF SUSTAINABLE MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES FOR THE TALAMANCA BIOLOGICAL CORRIDOR IN THE CONTEXT OF CLIMATE CHANGE: A CASE STUDY IN COSTA RICA

Presented by Helen Ding, BIOGOV Unit, Centre for the Philosophy of Law (CPDR), Université catholique de Louvain, Belgium

SOUTH-NORTH CONVERGENCE AND DIVERGENCE IN A SCHUMPETERIAN MODEL OF GROWTH

Presented by Michael Huebler, ZEW - Centre for European Economic Research

THE EFFECT OF WATER QUALITY ON DEMAND FOR SAFE DRINKING WATER IN RURAL AND PERI-URBAN CAMBODIA

Presented by Jennifer Orgill, Duke University

THE GREEN MARKET OF TOURISM: A DEMAND-SIDE APPROACH

Presented by Galina Larissa Weidert, University of Heidelberg

THE ROLE OF RISK IN CONSERVATION AUCTIONS FOR PERFORMANCE-BASED AND ACTION-BASED PAYMENTS FOR ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES AND THE BUDGET EFFICIENCY IMPLICATIONS: EXPERIMENTS IN KENYA

Presented by Lucie Andeltova, Center for Development Research, University of Bonn

THREE APPROACHES TO AUCTION EVALUATION

Presented by Marit Kragt, University of Western Australia

TRADE LIBERALISATION AND GLOBAL-SCALE FOREST TRANSITION

Presented by Rafael González-Val, Universitat de Barcelona & Institut d''Economia de Barcelona (IEB)

WHEN STARTING WITH THE MOST EXPENSIVE OPTION MAKES SENSE: USE AND MISUSE OF MARGINAL ABATEMENT COST CURVES

Presented by Adrien Vogt-Schilb, Cired



Online Programme Managed By WebMeets.com.