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XVI Call for Research Proposals LACEEP’s research program focuses in general on applied, policy relevant research. There is widespread interest in minimizing pollution and resource degradation by ensuring that economic agents face the full economic, social and environmental costs of their activities. But many questions remain to be answered, for example: What is the economic value of the environmental damage incurred by a given activity? What roles can sectoral, macroeconomic and trade policies play in achieving full-cost pricing? What roles do community management of resources, changes in property rights and other institutional factors play? Does full-cost pricing have negative effects on the poor and how might these be mitigated? What are the implications of full-cost pricing for economic growth and structural changes? Furthermore, work on the design and evaluation (ex-ante and ex-post) of environmental policy instruments for natural resource management and pollution control is also encouraged. LACEEP’s research awards are granted through twice-yearly competitions. The assessment of proposals is done on a competitive basis. Interested researchers should first fill and submit the two-page preliminary proposal form that includes the following information: title of the project, project leader, contact information (name, address, telephone, fax, email) and general description of the problem, including objectives and relevance for the region, and a brief outline of the research methodology (please name your file: “last name – preliminary”). The form is attached and can also be downloaded at www.laceep.org Proposals are first assessed on receipt; authors of the most promising entries are then encouraged to send a full research proposal (max 10 pages). Authors of the best proposals are invited to present them atLACEEP’s workshops. LACEEP workshops also include short courses and presentations by interna...Read more...
LACEEP’s research awards are granted through twice-yearly competitions. The assessment of proposals is done on a competitive basis. Interested researchers should first fill and submit the two-page preliminary proposal form that includes the following information: title of the project, project leader, contact information (name, address, telephone, fax, email) and general description of the problem, including objectives and relevance for the region, and a brief outline of the research methodology (please name your file: “last name – preliminary”). The form is attached and can also be downloaded at www.laceep.orgRead more...
When ready to submit a full proposal, applicants should obtain a copy of the “Guidelines for the Presentation of Research Proposals” from the LACEEP Secretariat. The guidelines indicate the structure of the proposal and the kinds of costs that may be included in project budgets. Proposals should follow exactly the proposed structure provided in the Guidelines and shouldby no means exceed 10 pages (excluding attachments). In a cover letter, applicants should indicate what other research projects they are currently carrying out, and their funding source. If a proposal similar to the one submitted to LACEEP has been or will be submitted to another funding source, this should be clearly indicated. It is anticipated that most projects will be done on a part-time basis; proponents should be able to demonstrate that they have adequate time to carry out the project and that there is no duplication of other activities. Full proposals should be written in English to facilitate their external revision.Read more...
This page contains links to a wide ranges of practical tools for people who do research in or teach environmental economics. Most of these links originate in the web pages of:
Researchers who are considering submitting research proposals to these or other environmental economics networks are advised to consult the documents under "Writing Research Proposals". More than seventy documents are accessible through this page, in the following areas:
- Writing Research Proposals
- Writing Research Reports
- Research Methods
- Conducting Household Surveys
- Data Bases and Data Sets
- Course Outlines
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To create capacity in the field of environmental economics among Latin American and Caribbean academic and non-academic (NGO's, public institutes, organizations of the civil society) research and policy-making institutions.
The ultimate goal is to improve the management of natural resources at all levels of the government, non-governmental organizations, and private firms, as well as to contribute to a better understanding of the causes and effects of environmental degradation.
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