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Sixth Annual BIOECON Conference on Economics and the Analysis of Biology and Biodiversity



Location: Kings College Cambridge, UK
Event Type: Meeting
Event Date: 2004-09-02    
End Date: 2004-09-03

Event Description:
Hosted by the Department of Land Economy, University of Cambridge and the Department of Economics, University College London
in association with UK-DEFRA, DIVERSITAS and FEEM

The University of Cambridge, the University College London (UCL), the Foundazione Eni Enrico Mattei (FEEM) in association with UK DEFRA and DIVERSITAS announce the Sixth International BIOECON conference on the economic analysis of policies for biodiversity conservation. The conference will be held at Kings College Cambridge, 2-3 September 2004. The conference will be of interest to both researchers interested in biological resources and biological processes and to policy makers interested in or working within the field of biodiversity conservation.

The conference will have sessions examining the management of biological resources and biological processes as well as sessions regarding the economic analysis of policies for biodiversity conservation. Papers may be submitted for consideration for presentation within the workshops by sending copies to both Cambridge (Andreas Kontoleon at ak219@cam.ac.uk) and to UCL (Tim.Swanson@ucl.ac.uk) no later than 15th May 2004. Acceptance of papers will be notified by email by 31st May 2004. Registrations for the conference are due by 30th June 2004.

Accommodation for all participants will be organised within Kings College, with a college reception on the evening of the 1st September, and a conference banquet within Kings College on the evening of the 2nd September. Lunches and refreshments will also be provided. Workshop sessions will commence on the morning of the 2nd September and conclude on the afternoon of the 3rd.

The hosts will cover all conference costs (except travel) for paper presenters and discussants. There will be a 300 registration fee for all other participants that will include two nights lodging at Kings College, the banquet, lunches and refreshments. There is a 100 registration fee for day-participants (that includes lunches and refreshments but not lodging and the conference banquet).

Registration details are provided in the following form. Further information on the conference will be posted on the BIOECON web-site at www.bioecon.ucl.ac.uk.




Contact email: dfm27@cam.ac.uk

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Papers may be submitted for consideration for presentation within the workshops by sending copies to both Cambridge (Andreas Kontoleon at ak219@cam.ac.uk) and to UCL (Tim.Swanson@ucl.ac.uk) no later than 15th May 2004. Completed registration form together with registration fee (where applicable) should be sent to Mrs. Diane Measom at dfm27@cam.ac.uk

Website url: http://www.bioecon.ucl.ac.uk

Registration form: http://www.bioecon.ucl.ac.uk

Registration fee: 300 €

Relevant costs that should be taken by MARBEF:  

Possibility for day-care centres (facilities for children): No

MarBEF supported event: No

Event within Framework of MARBEF: WP5 - Socio-economics

Maximum number of participants: 

External participants (non MARBEF) allowed: Yes

Posted by emblowchris on 2004-05-04 and approved by Webmaster