EAERE Newsletter Spring 2016

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Institutional Highlights

Presidential Correspondence arrow

Lucas Bretschger Lucas Bretschger, EAERE President

Dear Colleagues,

As usual the first address of the new President in our Newsletter starts by the expression of sincere thanks to the predecessors, and this for good reason. Anil Markandya and before him Karine Nyborg have successfully developed EAERE with an open spirit to new fields and a strong commitment to the core values of our organization. Taking over as President for the next two years it is my aim to continue these efforts by supporting excellence in research, high-quality educational platforms, and policy outreach with a visible impact. I would like to welcome the three new members of our Council, Carlo Carraro (President-Elect), Mireille Chiroleu-Assouline and Astrid Dannenberg, along with our continuing Council members – Anil Markandya (Past President), Karen Pittel, Valentina Bosetti, Monica Eberle (secretary-general) –, and our policy advisor Herman Vollebergh.


From the Editor arrow

Mireille Chiroleu-Assouline by Mireille Chiroleu-Assouline, Council Member and Newsletter Editor

Dear EAERE Friends and Colleagues,

As a new Council member and Editor of the EAERE Newsletter, I am particularly happy to present to you this Spring Issue. I have deliberately chosen to keep the format adopted by the former Editor, Phoebe Koundouri, who made a great job of modernization. I wish the Newsletter will continue to be an efficient mean to establish links between members of our community and to exchange news or views about research, policy and scientific projects. However, its success heavily rely on your contributions and I hope that an increasing number of EAERE members will get used to sending us pieces about their work or news topics. Let’s give you a brief overview of this issue.


Editorial Update from Review of Environmental Economics and Policy (REEP) arrow

by Carlo Carraro (Editor) and Frank Convery (Features Editor)

ReepREEP was first published in 2007, with the objective of “providing a widely accessible yet scholarly source for the latest thinking on environmental economics and related policy”.
It is published twice annually – summer and winter
In terms of citations, its first 10 years have been hugely successful, now being ranked 5th in Environmental Studies and 17th in Economics according to the 2015 Journal Citation Reports® (Thomson Reuters, 2015).
Amongst its 8 goals are:
·  to strengthen the linkages between environmental economics research and environmental policy;
·  to encourage communication and connections between academics and the wider policy community.


2016 General Assembly of Members: Convocation and Agenda arrow

AGM convocation


22nd EAERE Annual Conference, Zurich, 22-25 June 2016 arrow

by Lucas Bretschger


The countdown for the 22nd annual conference of EAERE has started. This year the conference is organized by ETH Zurich and it will take place on June 22-25. The Scientific Committee has received about 1260 papers, 640 of which have been accepted for presentation. We are busy putting together the scientific programme. Please visit the link for the details http://www.eaere2016.ethz.ch/. We are looking forward to meeting you all in Zurich.

We have a great selection of distinguished keynote speakers: Matti Liski, Rohini Pande and Pietro Peretto, Duke University. The scientific program includes six thematic and eleven policy sessions. More information about these events at http://www.eaere2016.ethz.ch/


23rd EAERE Annual Conference, Athens, 28 June – 1 July 2017 arrow

eaere 2017by Phoebe Koundouri and Sir Partha Dasgupta


Next year’s EAERE annual conference will take place in Athens, Greece. It will be hosted by the International Centre for Research on the Environment and the Economy (ICRE8), with the support of Athena Research and Innovation Center (ATHENA RC) and the Athens University of Economics and Business (AUEB).
The 23rd EAERE Annual Conference will be held from June 28th to July 1st, 2017, with Phoebe Koundouri leading the Local Organization Committee. Phoebe Koundouri will also be co-chairing the Scientific Program Committee together with Sir Partha Dasgupta.
Keynote Speakers of the 2017 EAERE annual conference include Graciela Chichilnisky, Maria Damanaki, Karine Nyborg and Jeffrey Sachs (TBC).


6th World Congress of Environmental and Resource Economists, Gothenburg, 25–29 June 2018 arrow


The Association of Environmental and Resource Economists (AERE), the East Asian Association of Environmental and Resource Economics (EAAERE), and the European Association of Environmental and Resource Economists (EAERE), announce that the 6th World Congress of Environmental and Resource Economists will be held in Gothenburg, Sweden, from June 25th to June 29th, 2018. The Congress will be organized by the University of Gothenburg, with Prof. Thomas Sterner chairing the Local Organizing Committee. The Programme Committee Co-Chairs will soon be announced.

Now is the Time to Put a Price on Carbon arrow

Thomas Sternerby Thomas Sterner


In April representatives of practically all nations including French President Francois Hollande signed the climate pact at a U.N. ceremony in New York. People are perhaps supposed to feel relieved that we are finally seeing the birth of international climate policy but many are still confused and I will address a number of the questions I often hear in symposia and conferences: How come the goals are so “radical” and is the agreement a success although it contains little of substance on instruments? Why is there nothing on price of carbon and what should we do now?

Research Highlights

2016 Tyler Prize for Environmental Achievement to Sir Partha Dasgupta arrow

Sir Partha S. DasguptaSir Partha S. Dasgupta, former President and council member of EAERE, has been recognized as the recipient of 2016 Tyler Prize for Environmental Achievement for his scientific contributions to the field of environmental economics.

The Tyler Prize is the premier international award for environmental science, environmental health and energy, recognizing leaders working at the forefront of environmental disciplines since its inception in 1973. In addressing many of society's most pressing global environmental challenges, economics has moved to play an increasingly central role. The 2016 Tyler Prize for Environmental Achievement recognizes this complexity and honors the pioneering work by Dasgupta in establishing new paradigms at the nexus of society and sustainable development, and his continued commitment to problems of population and poverty, loss of biodiversity, and conservation. Info: http://tylerprize.usc.edu/laureates.html


Sir Partha Dasgupta interviewed in the #MeetTopEnvEcon arrow

Sir Partha Dasgupta has been interviewed by Ingmar Schumacher for the #MeetTopEnvEcon serie.

The full interview is available at: https://ingmarschumacher.wordpress.com/2016/05/13/meettopenvecon-partha-dasgupta/


Simon Levin wins National Medal of Science for unraveling ecological complexity arrow

Simon Levin, Princeton University's George M. Moffett Professor of Biology and professor of ecology and evolutionary biology, received a National Medal of Science, the nation's highest scientific honor.


Levin was been honored at a White House ceremony in early 2016 along with eight fellow Medal of Science recipients and eight recipients of the National Medal of Technology and Innovation.


Info: http://www.princeton.edu/main/news/archive/S45/08/11Q49/index.xml?section=topstories


Phoebe Koundouri wins the Quality of Policy Contribution Award of the European Association of Agricultural Economics arrow

Phoebe Kondouri

The Board of the European Association of Agricultural Economists awarded Phoebe Koundouri's co-authored paper:


Genius, M., Koundouri, P., Nauges, C., & Tzouvelekas, V. (2014)

"Information transmission in irrigation technology adoption and diffusion: social learning, extension services, and spatial effects"

American Journal of Agricultural Economics, 96(1): 328–344.


New book on “Fisheries Economics and Management”, by Ola Flaaten arrow

Fishery economics and management bookMany marine fish resources are overexploited and the total world production of wild caught fish has declined a little since the peak in the mid-1990s. This book analyses the economic and biological forces and consequences of fish exploitation where there is open access to the resource. What’s more, effective methods to mitigate economic and biological declines, as well as ecosystem effects, are rigorously analysed, but without going beyond the mathematical level of most high school graduates. The analytic models include the basic elements of fish population dynamics and fishing vessel behaviour, with focus on effective management instruments to create economic surplus and welfare without jeopardising ecosystem health. This includes resource taxes, fish quotas, gear and vessel restrictions and marine protected areas. This book should be of value to both undergraduate and graduate students in economics as well as across inter- and multi-disciplinary fisheries programs.

Available at: http://bookboon.com/en/fisheries-economics-and-management-ebook


What is better climate policy - emission reductions or adaptation? arrow

by Ingmar Schumacher


There are two major options for climate policy, one is the private good adaptation, which could be investment in one's housing structure to reduce storm damages; the other is the public good emission reductions, which is policy to reduce global carbon emissions. The recent debate in climate policy has shifted towards understanding as to what is the optimal policy mix between the two. We suggest here that emission reductions must be favoured to adaptation in climate change policy if one wants to maximize global well-being.


The Political Economy of Energy Innovation arrow

by Shouro Dasgupta, Enrica De Cian, Elena Verdolini

This paper empirically investigates the effects of environmental policy, institutions, political orientation, and lobbying on energy innovation. In this work, FEEM researchers S. DasguptaE. De Cian and E. Verdolini find that political economy factors significantly affect the incentives to innovate and create cleaner energy efficient technologies.
Our results suggest that all political economy and institutional factors considered affect the incentive to invest in energy R&D and to create new clean and energy-efficient technologies.  The implication is that, in order to foster the transition towards a greener economy, countries should combine stringent environmental regulations with a general improvement of institutions and governance effectiveness.


APPS - Assessment, Projections and Policy of Sustainable Development Goals arrow

appsThe APPS - Assessment, Projections and Policy of Sustainable Development Goals - Project aims at offering a comprehensive assessment of current well-being and future sustainability based upon 27 indicators related to the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). APPS Index and the underlying aggregate indicators stem from a multi-step methodological framework which combines data collection and empirical analyses with a macro-economic model. The APPS website (www.feemsdgs.org) gives a snapshot through maps and rankings for 139 countries’ performance looking at overall well-being (APPS Index), its three components (Economy, Society and Environment) as well as each SDG.


Policy-Related Research

World Bank Group Unveils New Climate Action Plan arrow

The world Bank

The World Bank Group on April 7th announced plans to help developing countries add 30 gigawatts of renewable energy – enough to power 150 million homes – to the world’s energy capacity, bring early warning systems to 100 million people and develop climate-smart agriculture investment plans for at least 40 countries – all by 2020.  

These are among a number of ambitious targets laid out in the World Bank Group’s new Climate Change Action Plan, approved today, which aims to accelerate efforts to tackle climate change over the next five years and help developing countries deliver on their national climate plans submitted for the historic climate agreement reached at COP21 in Paris in December last year.

News from the European Commission Funded Research - EC’s MSCA Programs

EC’s MSCA Programs: Great Opportunity for Networking and Joint Research arrow

EU  logoby Karel Janda, Milan Ščasný, Luboš Hanus, František Čech


Long-term term projects and professional connections among researchers are key preconditions of high-quality science performance in any research field. The Marie Skłodowska-Curie actions (MSCA) are research and innovation programmes of the European Commission which generously support research mobility and training as “secondments” via several schemes accessible for European academic and non-academic institutions.


WATER INCENT - Economic Instruments for Sustainable Water Management in Water Scarce and Drought Prone Irrigated Areas, Marie Sklodowska-Curie Individual European Fellowship (IF-EF), Horizon 2020 Programme arrow

Water Incent  logoby Carlos Dionisio Perez Blanco


Water Agora (http://wateragora.eu/) is a forum for the consultation, analysis and dissemination of water resources research that aims to bridge the gap between academia and society. The Forum is participated by noted European and international scholars, practitioners and stakeholders, including river basin authorities, environmental agencies, water users, insurers and NGOs, inter alia. Water Agora ambitions the development of a Europe- and international-wide network of experts that can gather to discuss, from multiple and complementary perspectives, adaptation options and challenges in water management.


ADVANCE - Advanced Model Development and Validation for Improved Analysis of Costs and Impacts of Mitigation Policies, FP7 arrow

Water Incent  logo

In a new publication "Managing Catastrophic Climate Risks Under Model Uncertainty Aversion" in the leading academic journal Management Science, three FEEM researchers (Loic BergerJohannes Emmerling and Massimo Tavoni) shed new light on the role of catastrophes for climate change.

Growing concentrations of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere might lead to catastrophic climatic events, a major reason of concern among climate and policy analysts. The uncertainties surrounding these dramatic consequences are and will remain profound, given the innate unpredictability of the earth climate. Climatologists predictions are thus profoundly uncertain, and often hard to reconcile. This complicates the work of policymakers, which have to negotiate courses of action for the next future.


News from related institutions

ICRE8 coordinates United Nations SDSN-Greece arrow

icre8The United Nations (UN) Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDSN), set up in 2012, promotes practical problem solving for sustainable development, including the design and implementation of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), adopted in 2015 by the United Nations. Following the adoption of the SDGs, SDSN is now committed to supporting the implementation of the SDGs at local, national, and global scales.

The Greek Chapter of the UN SDSN (UN SDSN-Greece) is co-hosted by ICRE8 (next year’s EAERE annual conference organizer) and the Political Economy of Sustainable Development Lab (operating at the Department of Economics of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens – NKUA) and co-chaired by Prof. Phoebe Koundouri and Prof. Andreas Papandreou.


Announcing the Fourth Annual Conference of the GGKP - Transforming Development through Inclusive Green Growth and New and Improved GGKP Web Platform arrow


ggkpThe Green Growth Knowledge Platform (GGKP) is pleased to announce its Fourth Annual Conference on the theme of Transforming Development through Inclusive Green Growth from 6-7 September 2016. The conference forms a major part of the Global Green Growth Week 2016 (GGGW2016) to be held from 5-9 September 2016 at the International Conventional Centre in Jeju Island in the Republic of Korea.


EfD and Duke University launch the first SETI workshop arrow

edfLeading household energy experts gathered at Duke University in April  for discussions on household energy transitions and the global energy access. The first Sustainable Energy Transition Initiative (SETI) workshop took place at Duke University  from April 25-27 2016, with researchers representing over 20 countries and multiple disciplines.

The first Sustainable Energy Transition Initiative (SETI ) workshop took place at Duke University  from April 25-27 2016, with researchers representing over 20 countries and multiple disciplines. The workshop focused  on the state of household energy transitions and access to electricity and other modern fuels. The workshop discussed the drivers of energy transition in low- and middle-income contexts and the impacts of energy transition on health, labor, forests, air quality and climate.


"Expanding access to climate financing", The Best Climate Practices 2016 Contest arrow

iccgIn the effort to harness the collective brilliance and promote a wide range of valuable proposals, every year the ICCG Best Climate Practices observatory invites the users to submit innovative best practices to tackle climate change or to face a related challenge.

The focus of the 2016 contest is "Expanding access to climate financing"

Finance is one of the key elements for driving climate action and implementation in 2016 and in the years ahead.


News from Related Journals

Environment and Development Economics (EDE): Call for Papers - Special Issue on Recent Advances in Empirical Research on Growth and Environment - Submission Deadline: September 30, 2016 arrow

Strategic Behavior and the Environment

Call for Papers
Special Issue on Recent Advances in Empirical Research on Growth and Environment
“Environment and Development Economics”
Guest editor: George Halkos and Shunsuke Managi


Submission Deadline: September 30, 2016



Annual Review of Resource Economics arrow

arAnnual Reviews is a non-profit publisher that offers accurate, enlightened syntheses of the research literature in the natural and social sciences in order to advance knowledge and to share an informed view to the wider public.

The Annual Review of Resource Economics provides authoritative, critical reviews in which emerging and leading scholars evaluate the most significant research developments in resource economics, focusing on agricultural economics, environmental economics, renewable resources, and exhaustible resources. 


From the Press

When Teamwork Doesn't Work for Women, The New York Times arrow

by Justin Wolfers


Economics remains a stubbornly male-dominated profession, a fact that members of the profession have struggled to understand. After all, if the marketplace of ideas is meant to ensure that the best ideas thrive, then this imbalance should arise only if men have better ideas than women. That implication infuriates many female economists. Now new evidence suggests that the underrepresentation of women reflects a systemic bias in that marketplace: a failure to give women full credit for collaborative work done with men. At least that is the conclusion of research by Heather Sarsons, a brilliant young economist currently completing her dissertation at Harvard. And it is a pattern that may explain why women struggle to get ahead in other professions involving teamwork.

See the full article at: http://www.nytimes.com/2016/01/10/upshot/when-teamwork-doesnt-work-for-women.html

Reporting Back from Related Conferences

International conference: "Financing urban sustainable development" organized by IEFE – Bocconi University, UN SDSN Thematic Network Urban Development and European Commission, Milan 27 May 2016 arrow

iefeIEFE-Centre for Research on Energy and Environmental Economics and Policy of Bocconi University, in collaboration with UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network - Thematic Network Urban Development and the European Commission, organized on 27 May 2016 an international conference on the topic "Financing urban sustainable development", with the aim to set the current agenda on urban sustainability and elaborate solutions in collaboration with key stakeholders to finance the implementation of sustainable development targets at urban level. The focus of the conference was on the European and Italian context. The conference conveied experts from international organizations, financial institutions, universities and research centres, as well as representatives from the EU, national and local governments.
The conference programme is available here: http://www.unibocconi.it/wps/wcm/connect/3a21adaf-f913-41c0-a676-415644b50060/Program+27+maggio.pdf?MOD=AJPERES


Policy Workshop on "Climate Change Mitigation and Poverty Reduction: Trade-Offs or Win-Win Situations?" Brussels, June 14th, 2016 arrow

European CommissionThe Policy Workshop on: “Climate Change Mitigation and Poverty Reduction: Trade-Offs or Win-Win Situations?” - hosted by the European Commission in Brussels on Tuesday, June 14th, 2016 - is jointly organized by Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei (FEEM), Directorate I (Climate Action and Resource Efficiency) of DG Research and Innovation, and the German Institute of Global and Area Studies (GIGA).
The objective of the event is to discuss the relationship between emission reduction interventions and poverty eradication as well as the policy implications at the national and global scale. In the aftermath of the Paris COP 21, considering both the synergies and challenges, linking climate change and development becomes more and more relevant.  Within the UNFCCC the issue has been – up to now – most frequently divisive. More recently, however, both developed and developing countries have become aware of the need to work towards the implementation of cost-effective strategies to tackle climate change without compromising future economic growth and poverty reduction priorities.


18th Annual BIOECON Conference - Cambridge, UK, 14-16 September 2016 arrow

bioeconThe annual BIOECON conference (BIOdiversity for Economics and CONservation) is organised by the BIOECON network. The network is a broad collaboration of economists, social scientists and natural scientists who all work on the economics of biodiversity and conservation policy. The conference, whose typical home is Kings College Cambridge, is now in its 18th year and reflects the latest research and policy questions in this area of environmental and resource economics.


Letters from Regions

[Italy] Scientific Statement on Climate Change by Italian Scientific Community arrow

The Italian Scientific Community calls policy makers, international and national institutions, financial sectors, private sector, the public opinion to take action on climate change. The Scientific Statement on Climate Change undersigned by 12 Scientific Societies and Associations presented at ROME2015 – SCIENCE SYMPOSIUM ON CLIMATE.

Find the full text at: http://www.rome2015.it/scientific-statement-on-climate-change/


[Italy] Fourth Annual Conference of the Italian Association of Environmental and Resource Economists, 11-12 February 2016, Bologna, Italy arrow

Anna Montiniby Anna Montini, IAERE Council Member


The Fourth Annual Conference of the Italian Association of Environmental and Resource Economists (IAERE), hosted by the Department of Economics, University of Bologna (11-12 February, 2016) has been confirmed as a good meeting occasion for Italian and foreign environmental economists with heterogeneous interests.
The final program included 59 presentations over 12 parallel sessions and for the first time a plenary policy session with a discussion on the Environmental Bill (“Collegato ambientale”) connected to the Italian stability law 2014 recently approved as “Measures for green economy and resource efficiency”. Two keynote speeches, held by Jeroen van den Bergh and Matthieu Glachant on the rebound effect and the economics of corporate sustainability successfully attracted a large number of scholars.


[France] The 3rd FAERE Annual Conference, September 08-09, 2016, Bordeaux, France arrow

FaereThe 3rd annual conference of the French Association of Environmental and Resource Economists will be held at the University of Bordeaux on September 8-9, 2016. The local organizers are the GREThA and the Irstea EADT team.
The aim of the conference is to promote scientific research in the field of environmental economics. Theoretical or applied works will be presented, on topics such as biodiversity, fishery, agriculture, forestry, water, energy, climate, pollution, green growth, and bio-based economy. Four particular themes will be highlighted: i) evaluation (non-market values, ecosystem services, sustainability criteria, equity, risk value, etc.), ii) social interactions (cooperation, coalition, etc.), iii) environmental policy (taxation, voluntary agreements, tradeable permits, labelling, etc.) and iv) the economics of network industries (energy, water, etc.).
Confirmed keynote speakers are Pr. Ian Bateman – Centre for Social and Economic Research on the Global Environment, University of East Anglia (UK) and Dr. Marko Lindroos – University of Helsinki (Finland).


[Spain/Portugal] VII Conference of the Spanish-Portuguese Association of Resources and Environmental Economics, 5-7 September 2016, Aveiro, Portugal arrow

Call for Papers. We are inviting original papers in all areas of environmental and natural resource economics for presentation at the VII Congress of the Spanish-Portuguese Association of Resource and Environmental Economics (AERNA) organized by the Department of Economics, Management, Industrial Engineering and Tourism (DEGEIT) and the Research Center in Governance, Competitiveness and Public Policy (GOVCOPP), in collaboration with the Portuguese Association of Energy Economics (APEEN). The congress will be held in Aveiro, Portugal, from 5th to 7th September, 2016.


[Switzerland] Swiss Energy Modeling Platform arrow

Swisssccr-crestThe Swiss Energy Strategy 2050, in line with the European climate action, aims at reducing energy consumption, increasing renewable energy sources, and cutting back carbon dioxide emissions. Current policy proposals indicate that Swiss climate policy is moving into the direction of a steering based policy framework, where emissions shall be reduced by giving price signals to consumers and producers in the Swiss economy.  

The SCCER CREST Simulation Lab (http://simlab.sccer-crest.ch/) is a platform for sharing knowledge about simulation models for socio-economic energy research in Switzerland hosted by the Center of Economic Research (CER) at ETH Zurich and funded in cooperation with SCCER CREST (www.sccer-crest.ch) and CTI (http://www.kti.admin.ch/energie).  The Simulation Lab launched the Swiss Energy Modelling Platform (SEMP) brings together Swiss models of different backgrounds to analyze and derive insights about common policy questions of relevance in the context of the Swiss energy transition. The first SEMP study was launched at the beginning of 2016 with the main objective of assessing emissions, energy and economic outcomes of alternative carbon pricing options to reach the Swiss climate targets for 2050.



Institutional Events and Deadlines

22 - 25 June 2016, Zurich, Switzerland
EAERE 22nd Annual Conference

26 June - 2 July 2016, Venice, Italy
EAERE-FEEM-VIU European Summer School: "Field Experiments in Environmental and Resource Economics"

28 June - 1 July 2017, Athens, Greece
EAERE 23rd Annual Conference

2 - 8 July 2017, Venice, Italy
EAERE-FEEM-VIU European Summer School: "Macroeconomics of Climate Change"

25-29 June 2018, Gothenburg, Sweden
6th World Congress of Environmental and Resource Economists

2018, Venice, Italy

EAERE-FEEM-VIU European Summer School, Risk and population ethics: from welfare to climate policy assessment

26 June 2019 - 29 June 2019 Manchester, UK
EAERE 24th Annual Conference

Job Market

The European Job Market for Environmental and Resource Economists aims to offer the two sides of the market - institutions with open positions and candidates looking for a job - both a virtual and a physical place to meet and look for the best match. Candidates, universities, public and private institutions, and corporations are invited to apply to participate in the Job Market.

Candidates' profiles and information on open positions are posted in the EAERE website throughout the whole year. Check at http://www.eaere.org/job.

Candidates and institutions that intend to physically participate in the Job Market by organising job interviews at the 22nd EAERE Annual Conference  are listed in the same page. Interviews must be organised by the participants in the market directly.

A limited number of rooms situated within the Conference venue is available for Job Market interviews: institutions can book them. Rooms are allocated among the different institutions that apply on a first-come first-serve basis. Candidates pariticipating to EAERE's Annual Conference, can also mark their papers as "job market paper" in the paper submission process. The list of "job market papers" will be included in the Conference programme book, giving more visibility to candidates.


Events, Books, Journals, Educational Programmes, Web Resources

Information on events, booksjournalseducational programmes, useful links, policy resources, is available on the Association's website.

EAERE members are encouraged to post announcements of interest for the field.
It is sufficient to send an e-mail to eaere@eaere.org containing the information to be posted.
It is a great opportunity to let your news be known by a wide audience!

Institutional Members

EAERE Institutional Members 2016

Public and private institutions are invited to support the Association to further its aims by joining EAERE as institutional members.
Incomes from institutional membership fees are used exclusively and completely to further the aims of the Association. The Association reserves to institutional members a rich portfolio of benefits and different membership options and prices.
Spread the word and invite other institutions to join us!


Below the list of the 2016 Institutional Members: EAERE is most grateful for their support.