Some topics may be suggested as part of on-going research projects that staff are involved with or by external organizations that have links with the programme, such as: Programme Directors each nominated three students from their Masters group.
Despite fierce competition, all three candidates from the University of Edinburgh Ecological Economics MSc were awarded prizes.
Many of these tools were developed at RFF, and the organization’s contribution to the field of environmental economics remains one of its greatest legacies.
List of suggested topics Elettra Agliardi § Financial Derivatives and climate change § Evolutions of institutions and ambiguity in the context of climate change § Climate finance § Green bonds § Facilitating transition: real option valuation for green growth, energy and technology transition.
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Thesis In Enviromental Economics
The opinions and findings expressed in these papers are those of the authors and do not necessarily represent those of EPA or NCEE.§ Coalition Formation and International Agreements under Climate Change: The Role of Adaptation, Geoengineering, and Solar Radiation Management.§ The UN Sustainable Development Goals in the Context of Sustainability Measurement through Genuine Savings or Comprehensive Wealth Konstantinos Chalvatzis § Regulating Energy Innovation: Comparative policies for energy storage and smart grid technologies in EU countries (particular focus on the UK, Sweden, Germany, France, Spain, Italy, Greece) § The EU single energy market and the role of the EU policies in enabling innovation in the energy sector (focus on energy storage and smart-grid technologies) § From energy consumer to energy prosumer: transforming the EU citizens Melania D’Angelosante § The EU Emission Trading System (EU ETS) § Waste (management) as a resource § The environmental liability directive Roberto Dieci § Agent-Based models for resource economics and management § Dynamic models in agricultural and resource economics § Mathematical modeling of emission markets § Mathematical modeling of agricultural price fluctuations § Mathematical models of tipping points and application to environmental economics and policy Luca Fanelli § The econometrics of climate change (review level) § Shocks identification in applied macroeconomics (intermediate/advanced level) § The identification and measurement of oil shocks (advanced level).To get an impression of the results of the ERM Research Project course, we have chosen some theses from the ERM Master's Programmes of 2010-20-2012.Of each specialization, three to six reports have been selected.NCEE is committed to maintaining a high standard of quality in the NCEE Working Paper Series, and each paper must receive a favorable peer review prior to publication in the series.Any questions regarding the NCEE Working Paper Series can be addressed to the Managing Editor, Cynthia Morgan ([email protected]).MSc dissertations are up to 20,000 words in length and are submitted on or before an assigned date in August.The range of topics chosen (and the methodologies applied) by students over the years has been vast.Some have been published as peer-reviewed academic journal articles and a few have even become books.Your topic will be chosen in consultation with your Programme Director.