EAERE 2020
Berlin, Germany
24 Jun - 27 Jun 2020
25th Annual Conference
of the European Association of Environmental and Resource Economists

Travel Grants

Participants in the conference can apply for travel grants by filling in this application form:

 

 

Deadline for submissions: January 31, 2020

Notifications of grants acceptance will be sent out by the end of March 2020.

Incomplete application forms will not be taken into account.

 

The following travel grants are available:

 

EAERE Travel Grants

EAERE makes available a limited number of travel grants for participation in EAERE 2020.

Grants are handled by the EAERE Secretariat. The grant amount is used to cover the conference registration fee prior to the conference; the residual is remitted through bank transfer to the grantee after the end of the conference. EAERE provides a complimentary membership to each grantee. No age restriction is imposed. Grant allocation is conditional on visa obtainment.

Travel grants of EUR 1.000 each will be assigned to residents in low income, lower-middle-income or upper-middle-income economies in accordance to the definition provided by the World Bank; travel grants of EUR 500 each will be assigned to residents in Europe.

Travel grants will be assigned to the presenters of the best papers according to the following priority criteria:

  • Priority 1 - Application category 1: PhD students or researchers who completed their PhD in the previous two years.
  • Priority 2 - Application category 2: Researchers who have no other source of funding for the conference.

Moreover, a general criteria of gender equilibrium will be applied in the assignment process.

 

Technische Universität Berlin Travel Grants

TU Berlin makes available a limited number of travel grants for participation in EAERE 2020.

Grants are handled by the LOC. The grant amount is used to cover the conference registration fee prior to the conference; the residual is remitted through bank transfer to the grantee after the end of the conference. Grant allocation is conditional on visa obtainment. Travel grants of EUR 1.000 each will be assigned to residents in low income, lower-middle-income or upper-middle-income economies in accordance to the definition provided by the World Bank. Travel grants will be assigned to the presenters of the best papers. Moreover, a general criteria of gender equilibrium will be applied in the assignment process.

Last update on November 18, 2019