The main purpose of the Ulvön Conference on Environmental Economics is to provide a forum for the dissemination of high quality research in environmental economics. Ulvön is a small, attractive fishing hamlet, located on the Swedish east-coast, approximately 500 km North of Stockholm. The number of conference participants is typically about 30. A key purpose of the Ulvön meetings is to provide an opportunity for PhD students to interact with leading researchers in their field of specialization. You can find information about earlier meetings via http://www-sekon.slu.se/~bkr/ULVOgreet.htm.
The 7th Ulvon Conference on Environmental Economics includes the following
A focus of the conference this year is local resource conflicts, but papers in any relevant subject of environmental economics is welcome. The conference is made possible by a research grant from the Nordic Council of Ministers.
There will be a conference fee of 3,000 SEK (about USD 350), which includes
lodging and all transportation to and from the relevant airports (either
OER or UME). Students may apply for being exempted from the fee, if they
plan to present a paper. Because of space limitations, a first-come-first-served
policy is used. Register by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Provide a title for a suggested presentation when you register. Abstract
deadline is 15 may, 2000. We encourage electronic submission of manuscripts.
Bengt Kriström, SLU-Umea, Sweden,
Eirik Romstad, NLH, Aas, Norway