The University of Oregon Department of Economics invites applications for the Raymond F. Mikesell Chair in Environmental and Resource Economics to begin Fall 2024. This position will carry tenure and candidates will be considered for appointment at either the rank of Associate or Full Professor. Qualified candidates must have a Ph.D. in economics or a closely related discipline and an established record of outstanding research that includes a significant number of publications in high quality scholarly journals in the field of environmental and natural resource economics. The successful candidate will also have an established record of, or otherwise demonstrate skills required for, excellence in teaching undergraduate and/or graduate level economics courses, with a preference for candidates who demonstrate potential for high quality mentorship of graduate and undergraduate research.
The fifteenth annual meeting of the Society for Environmental Law and Economics will be held on Friday and Saturday, March 22 & 23, 2024, hosted by the Florida State University College of Law in Tallahassee, Florida. We hope to build upon the great success of past meetings, and continue to build a community of environmental scholars interested in working in the intersection of law, economics, social science and environmental or natural resource issues. We welcome both theoretical and empirical papers, as well as studies looking at problems at local, state, national, and international levels. Our goal is to create a program that includes a variety of disciplinary perspectives.
The Science, Technology, and Environmental Policy Area (STEP) at the University of Minnesota’s Humphrey School is hiring a two year Visiting Assistant Professor. Job description is below. Please help us spread the word about this opportunity – we’re seeking an energy or environmental scholar with a commitment to teaching graduate-level policy students. We are very interested in candidates with the ability to teach environmental or energy economics.
ESSA is hiring an environmental economist who enjoys exploring how environmental change impacts human wellbeing in a variety of ecological and social contexts. This is a full-time opportunity where you will apply your advanced knowledge of environmental management and economics using welfare- and impact-based approaches. We require a strong mix of quantitative skills for ecosystem services valuation, climate change impact assessment, modelling, and tool building combined with excellent written and verbal science communication skills.
The Environmental Protection Agency is recruiting research economists to join the National Center for Environmental Economics (NCEE) to conduct economic research and analysis. NCEE’s mission is to advance the theory and practice of economics and risk analysis within EPA (www.epa.gov/aboutepa/about-office-policy-op#NCEE). NCEE serves as a center of expertise for cutting-edge policy analysis and research in environmental economics (https://www.epa.gov/environmental-economics). NCEE economists engage in both fast-paced efforts to apply economic reasoning in real-time regulatory development, and longer-term research projects to inform the Agency’s strategic direction.
We are excited to announce the third meeting of The Workshop in Environmental Economics and Data Science (TWEEDS):
Dates: October 7–8, 2022
Location: Eugene, Oregon (USA)
Applications to present/attend are due by June 30th.