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Environmental and Energy Economics and Management (EEEM) research cluster's internal workshop

University House G13
Lectures Talks and Workshops, Research, Social Sciences
Friday 23rd May 2014 (12:30-16:00)
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The Environmental and Energy Economics and Management (EEEM) Research Cluster is holding an internal seminar featuring talks from a number of academics associated with the cluster.

  • 12:30 - lunch (University House atrium)
  • 13:00 - Steve Brammer (Department of Strategy and International Business, BBS)
    “Are aliens really green? Regulatory institutions, learning, and carbon emissions in the United States”
  • 13:30 - David Maddison (Department of Economics, BBS)
    “Was Ricardo right?”
  • 14:00 - Tao Zhang (Department of Marketing, BBS)
    “Modelling office electricity consumption: An agent based approach”
  • 14:30 - Tea/Coffee
  • 14:45 - Tom Cuckston (Department of Accounting, BBS)
    “A ‘global business plan for the planet’: civilizing markets for globalized problems?”
  • 15:15 - Rob Elliott (Department of Economics, BBS)
    “Urbanization and energy intensity: A province-level study of China”
  • 15:45 - Concluding comments
  • 16:00 - Close

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