FEEM seminar on “Network Economics and the Environment: Insights and Perspectives”
Recent research has shown how explicitly modelling the network structure of social and economic relations can provide significant theoretical insights, as well as account for previously unexplained empirical evidence. Areas of application range from labour markets to diffusion of opinions and diseases, trade and financial markets, R&D collaborations, and friendship and peer effects identification. In this week’s FEEM seminar, A. Tavoni (LSE Grantham Research Institute) will focus on some of the potential contributions of network economics to environmental and resource economics.
Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei