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FAERE Winter Meeting “Environment & Health: An Economic Perspective – 30/11 & 1/12/2017

Le FAERE WINTER MEETING aura lieu à l’ENS Paris-Saclay les 30/11 et 1/12/2017 sur la thématique « Environment & Health: An Economic Perspective”.

Cet événement est conjointement organisé par la MSH Paris-Saclay, l’Université de Versailles-Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines, l’Université d’Evry et l’INRA Paris-Grignon, avec le soutien de l’agglomération de Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines.

 

Télécharger le programme complet : FAERE programme

Télécharger l’affiche : FAERE Affiche

Inscription sur le site FAERE : https://faeremeeting.sciencesconf.org/registration

Le meeting se déroulera à :

 

ENS Paris-Saclay

Amphithéâtre Chemla

61, avenue du président Wilson

94230 CACHAN

(RER B Bagneux)

contact : faeremeeting@sciencesconf.org

 

Pour en savoir plus sur l’association FAERE : http://faere.fr/en/

The missions defined by the statutes of the FAERE are the following ones :

  • to bring together researchers, teachers, academics and all those engaged in research and / or expertise in environmental economics and natural resources
  • to collect the information useful for researchers in the field
  • to promote all kind of works in the field
  • to take steps and actions to make those works known by public and private institutions
  • to build strong relations with the different related  scientific associations.

 

Conférences 13 minutes Innovation 2017 – 10/10/2017

Rendez-vous le 10 octobre prochain – 9h30 à Telecom Ecole de Management pour les CONFÉRENCES 13 MINUTES INNOVATION organisées par le RINNODI (Réseau en INNOvation et Dynamiques Internationales) et le LITEM (Laboratoire en Innovation, Technologies, Economies et Management).

 

Au programme de ces conférences courtes, les interventions de :

CHRISTOPHE MIDLER / Innovating backwards: strategy and design for a frugal world

Centre de Recherche en Gestion de l’Ecole Polytechnique / France

PETER ZETTINIG / Cross-industry innovation ecosystems : driving convergence towards Industry 4.0
University of Turku / Finland

STEVE DIASO / A Long Strange Trip: How Music Influenced Open and Collaborative Innovation
University of South Florida / USA

CRISTIANE STAINSACK / Local innovation and global integration: a collaborative approach in the innovation ecosystem in Brazil
Université Paris Dauphine / France

HUE DIE / The Chinese case in collaborative innovation through licensing policy
Sichuan University / China

NATHALIE SAINT-MARCEL / The Mountain Cluster: a collective organization at the service of economic development and attractiveness for tourists
Cluster Montagne / France

LAURENCE FORNARI / International co-creation of a unique and memorable VR experience with a multicultural and multidisciplinary team
SkyLights / France

ALBERT MEIGE / « Open organization: what makes a difference »
PRESANS / France

 

Inscription obligatoire : http://multiweb.univ-evry.fr/rinnodi_form/

Lieu :

TELECOM ECOLE DE MANAGEMENT

Amphi Étoile

9 rue Charles Fourier

91000 EVRY

Call for Papers – FAERE Winter Meeting « Environment & Health: An Economic Perspective – 29/10/2017

FAERE WINTER MEETING

 

The 8th FAERE thematic worshop, whose topic is « Environment & Health: An Economic Perspective”, will be held in Paris (ENS Cachan) on November 30th and December 1st.

It is jointly organized by MSH Paris-Saclay, Université de Versailles-Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines, Université d’Evry and INRA Paris-Grignon.

 

The goal of this workshop is to exchange fresh and interdisciplinary perspectives on the intricate links between Environment, Health and Welfare. Through a number of selected presentations and keynote speeches from various disciplinary approaches we hope to create a stimulating setting for scientific discussions within and beyond the field of environmental economics.

The sessions will include both theoretical and empirical papers and can focus on topics such as, but not limited to, economic evaluation of health/environmental impacts, epidemics management, growth and health, environmental justice, ecological inequalities, nutrition and vulnerability, natural and human capital…

Propositions from non-economics approaches will also be taken into consideration.

All contributions (article or extended abstract) must be sent before October 29th.

 

REGISTRATION AND SUBMISSION:   https://faeremeeting.sciencesconf.org/

Traveling and accommodation expenses can be financed for presenting authors. There are no registration fees for the others (non-presenting participants).

A conference dinner will give all the participants an opportunity to carry on their exchanges in a convivial environment.

ENS Paris-Saclay

Amphithéâtre Chemla

61, avenue du président Wilson

94230 CACHAN

contact : faeremeeting@sciencesconf.org

 

Download Poster :

FAERE_Affiche définitive

 

ABOUT FAERE : http://faere.fr/en/

The missions defined by the statutes of the FAERE are the following ones :

  • to bring together researchers, teachers, academics and all those engaged in research and / or expertise in environmental economics and natural resources
  • to collect the information useful for researchers in the field
  • to promote all kind of works in the field
  • to take steps and actions to make those works known by public and private institutions
  • to build strong relations with the different related  scientific associations.

 

 

Workshop « History of Economics as History of Science » – 23/06/2017

Le 14ème Workshop « History of Economics as History of Science » se tiendra vendredi 23/06/2017 à l’ENS Paris-Saclay (Pavillon des Jardins – Salle des conférences) de 9h45 à 16h00.

 

Programme

9:45-10:35 am : Jeff Pooley (Muhlenberg College)

Remobilization of the Propaganda and Morale Network, 1948–1953

 

10:45-11:35 am : Ben Wilson (Max Planck Institute for the History of Science)

Cold War System: Strategic Nuclear Arms Control and the Cybernetic Vision

 

11:35-11:55am: Tea/coffe Break

 

11:55am-12:45 pm : Zach Griffen (UCLA)

Economizing the Social : The Emergence of Education and Health Economics in the Middle of the Twentieth Century

 

12:45-2:15pm: Lunch

 

2:15-3:05 pm : Kira Lussier (University of Toronto)

The Irrational Actor : Decision-Making Research at the Boundaries of Economics and Psychology, 1965-1990

 

3:15-4:05 pm : Quinn Slobodian, (Wellesley College)

The State is a Bandit: How Mancur Olson and Public Choice Economists Quantified the Rule of Law

 

Inscription obligatoire : fontaine@ens-cachan.fr

Plan d’accès : http://www.ens-paris-saclay.fr/plan-dacces

Pour télécharger l’affiche-programme : MSH_Workshop_0516

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