12th Annual Green Economics Institute, Green Economics 3 Day Conference to be held at Oxford University June 10th -12th 2017
The Green Economics Institute: 12th Anniversary Green Economics Conference June 10th 11th 12th 2017
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12th Annual Green Economics Institute, Green Economics Conference to be held at Oxford University 10th 11th 12th June 2017 at St Hugh' College, University of Oxford. email for further particulars firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
The 2017 12th Annual Conference of the Green Economics Institute, will be held at The University of Oxford from Saturday 10th June 2017 to Monday 12th June 2017
The following keynote addresses will be delivered:
Rebalancing the Political Economy Infrastructure Banking and Finance:
Rebalancing Environmental Futures and Infrastructure: Dr Susan Canney (University of Oxford)
Rebalancing Economics Futures Lecture:
Professor Graciela Chichilnisky
(Professor of Economics and of Statistics Director Columbia Consortium for Risk Management (CCRM) Columbia University New York NY 10037 USA )
Rebalancing Social Futures and Infrastructure Lecture:
International Journal of Green Economics Lecture
Keynotes already confirmed < P> Oliver Rothschild
Professor Maria Madi, (Brazil and Argentina) Professor of Investment and Finance
Dr Arturo Herman, Health and Well Being and the Economy (University in Rome)
Bob Cowley Oxford University Green and Mathematician and Mammal Tracking Specialist
Volker Heinemann Economist and Auditor speaking about the future economy of Europe
Workshops on Publishing and Digital Publishing
These will be run in partnership with Oxford Brookes teams
Green Growth in the Caribean -is this the way forward for the Caribean Economies?
With Ministers and members of the Carribean Leaders Group from the Foreign Office
Green Economies in Japan
Koryo Suzuki discusses Nuclear Energy and also Organic Farming and the economy in Japan
Migration - Changing the Narratives on Migration - the benefits previous migrants have brought us
This session will be in partnership with the Green European Foundation, the Equo Foundation from Spain, the Catalan Green Institute, Nos Horizons, The Foundation in Croatia, and many others with the support of the European Commission and with Sushilla Dhall.
Planning our delegation to COP23 in Bonn in November 2017 and call for partners and sponsors for this important event
Speakers will include Mike Shipley, Sue Shipley, Jack Easton, Miriam Kennet, Michelle Gale, Natalie Bennet and many others.
Green Local Policy Implementation
Councillor David Williams
Registration to the conference
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International Journal of Green Economcis: Economic Journal: Conference Issue
Authors of papers accepted for presentation at the 2017 Green Economics Institute 12th Annual Conference will be entitled to submit their papers for possible publication in the Associated Conference Issue of the International Journal of Green Economics www.inderscience.com/ijge. The conference volume is edited by the main Editorial Board of International Journal of Green Economics, please submit papers to GEIBooksandjournal@yahoo.co.uk.
Call for Papers
The call for papers is now open and will remain open for the Proceedings until May 2017 when peer review and submission will take place and if successful your paper will be published in one or two of three places- The Green Economist Magazine, one of our books or more, or our Journal The International Journal of Green Economics or our Academic Conference Proceedings. After that date it should be possible but is not guaranteed. The papers however may be accepted in any of the above mentioned publishing for 2017.
The Conference Proceedings Volume is edited by the main Editorial Board of The Green Economics Institute and its Academic Committee.
The Drinks Reception
will be held at St Hugh's College, University of Oxford
The Books Launches and Reception
will be held at The Norrington Room, Blackwells Bookshop next to the University of Oxford
Inaugural Symposium for Junior Researchers
Research students at all stages should consider also attending the Green Economics Institute Inaugural Symposium of Junior Researchers which will be held on Saturday 10th June 2017, at the same venue as the Green Economics Institute Conference between 6pm and 8pm. Please refer to the timetable for paper submission and registration details.
The Programme Chairs for the 2017 Conference
are Miriam Kennet (University of Oxford and the Green Economics Institute and Green European Foundation) and Professor Graciela Chichilnisky (Columbia University and Global Thermostat) and Michelle S Gale de Oliviera (SOAS, Sao Paolo State, and Richmond, American University and the Local Organisers are Hilary Driver (Registrar of the Green Economics Institute College) and Kamilė Bukaveckaitė (Kaunus University, Lithuania)
The Programme and Local Organising Team
can be contacted on
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12th Annual Green Economics Institute Conference Oxford June 10th -12th 2017
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