Three Column Portfolio

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Competition effects of the renewable energy policy reform in Flanders

Annemie Bollen, Socio-Economic Council of Flanders (SERV); Peter van Humbeeck, Univer­sity of Antwerp (UA) and Socio-Economic Council of Flanders (SERV) To promote renewable electricity, Flanders is using a system of tradable green certificates. Despite the many modifi­cations in the... Read More ››

Linking modes of governance and social-ecological outcomes in environmental evaluation

Edward Challies and Nicolas Jager, Leuphana University of Lüneburg We address the interrelationships between social and ecological outcomes of environmental policies and pro­grammes under different modes of governance. While environmental policy often produces unexpected social side effects, both positive... Read More ››

The role of analytical economics in environmental policy evaluation: interaction of waste and energy policies

Maarten Dubois, KU Leuven The EEEN forum has the objective to advance the evaluation of environmental policies.  As resources become ever more scarce, policy needs well-integrated decisions that take into account side effects on all domains. Environmental economy has... Read More ››