Annual Conference of the European Association of
Environmental and Resource Economists,
June 24-27 2015

City of Helsinki

University of Helsinki

Photo: Eero Roine
Source: Helsinki University Museum

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The inaugural procession of the Academy 1640

Conference dinner in Finlandia house (Alvar Aalto)

Boreal pine forest

Submission guidelines

How to Submit

One electronic full version of the paper should be submitted on-line through the webmeets.com web site. Only pdf files of a maximum size of 2 MB will be accepted as electronic format.

The submitted full version of your paper should be a blind submission. So exclude all information about name, affiliation, address and e-mail address in the pdf file. Do not put your name in the file name.

The following information should be simultaneously entered on the web site:

(I) name and institutional affiliation of paper presenter and co-author(s);

(II) title of paper;

(III) address and e-mail address of paper presenter;

(IV) abstract of paper of no more than 200 words;

(V) up to six free key words;

(VI) EAERE codes – each author must attribute the paper to one parallel session code and optionally to one special session or additional parallel session code;

(VII) Session category. Paper can be submitted both to oral and/or poster sessions.

Papers submitted without all the required information will not be considered.

Though an unlimited number of papers can be submitted, each participant will only be able to present one paper.

All accepted papers will be downloadable from the Conference website.

Co-authored papers should be submitted by the paper presenter.

Poster sessions

The conference offers the possibility for authors to present their papers as posters. We have an excellent area where coffee and lunches will be served and where there is ample room for posters. We believe that posters create a good forum for additional discussions and will contribute to the conferences atmosphere making the coffee breaks much more stimulating. There will be one special designated poster session in connection with one of the lunches or a longer coffee when the presenters will be expected to stand by their poster to explain. We know that some people might have very definite preferences and you will therefore be given the option of submitting your paper: to an oral session; a poster session or an option saying that you accept either-or.