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The Professorship of Environmental Policy and Economics (PEPE)

Latest Publications

  • Di Falco, S., & Veronesi, M. (2014). Managing Environmental Risk in Presence of Climate Change: The Role of Adaptation in the Nile Basin of Ethiopia. »»
  • Gerking, S., Dickie, M., & Veronesi, M. (in press). Valuation of Human Health: An Integrated Model of Willingness to Pay for Mortality and Morbidity Risk Reductions. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management. »»
  • Veronesi, M., Chawla, F., Maurer, M., and Lienert, J. (2014). Climate Change and the Willingness to Pay to Reduce Ecological and Health Risks from Wastewater Flooding in Urban Centers and the Environment. »»
  • Wünscher, T., Engel, S., & Karousakis, K. (2014). Cost-effective targeting for IPES. »»

Forthcoming Publications

  • Engel, S., Palmer, C., Taschini, L., & Urech, S. (forthcoming). Conservation Payments under Uncertainty. Land Economics.
  • Ingold, K. (in press). Explaining Policy Outputs - The possibility of combining social network analysis with other methodologies. Policy Studies Journal.

ETH Zurich

Professorship for Environmental Policy and Economics

Institute for Environmental Decisions (IED)
Universitaetsstrasse 22
CHN K75.1
CH-8092 Zurich

Secretariat
Phone: +41 44 633 92 07
Fax: +41 44 632 11 10

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The Professorship of Environmental Policy and Economics (PEPE) is part of the Institute for Environmental Decisions (IED) and the Department of Environmental Systems Science (D-USYS)

The Professorship integrates economics, political science, and law in the analysis of environmental policy, environmental governance, and environmental decisions. Research issues include the policy and economics of ecosystem services, and the role of networks, information, and preferences in policy making and for commons management. Our geographic focus ranges from Switzerland and other industrialized countries to developing countries such as Brazil, Ethiopia, India, and Indonesia.

Teaching at PEPE focuses on the role of environmental, resource and behavioral economics, political science and law for understanding human-environment systems.

 

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