The 2015 Summer School will take place from June the 28th to July the 4th at the VIU campus on the Island of San Servolo, in Venice, located just in front of St. Mark's Square. The topic covered by the 2015 Summer School is Environmental Regulation.

No restriction is put on methods used – theoretical, econometric and experimental approaches will be covered. The school will be of interest to those working on topics including (but not limited to) economics of standards, pollution taxes, tradable permits, comparative performance of instruments, Self-regulation, Information-based regulation, disclosure programs and green labeling, Impacts of regulation on R&D and innovation, Enforcement and compliance, Assessing the impact of regulations on behavior, Cost-benefit analysis of actual regulations, International coordination of regulation, Formal analysis of regulatory institutions, Political economy of environmental regulation.


***Visit the Summer School website***