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ESEE is the European branch of the International Society of Ecological Economics (ISEE).

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ESEE publishes a newsletter and books (in association with various publishers); holds regional and international meetings; develops educational materials; and facilitates a voice for ecological economists in public forums.

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USSEE 2011 Conference

The United States Society for Ecological Economics (USSEE) will hold its 2011 conference at Michigan State University in East Lansing, Michigan from June 26 to June 29, roulette 2011. The conference will be

held at the Kellogg Hotel & Conference Center, which is located on the campus of MSU.

More informations can be found on the conference page.

Conference on Water Governance: Meeting the Challenges of Global Change

The conference will be held from 5-10 June 2011, Universitätszentrum Obergurgl (Ötz Valley, near Innsbruck), Austria.

The European Science Foundation (ESF) – in partnership with LFUI – is organising a conference on ‘Water Governance: Meeting the Challenges of Global Change’ which will be held 5-10 June 2011 at the Universitätszentrum Obergurgl (Ötz Valley, near Innsbruck), Austria. » Read the full article

6th ECPR General Conference

Section: Challenges of Radical Policy Change: A Dialogue between Theory and Evidence
Panel: Evaluating governance and policy in the face of complexity: insights from heterodox economics

This panel takes place 25th – 27th August 2011 at the University of Iceland and focuses on how research at the interface between politics and economics can contribute to exploration of the questions of this conference section about the relationship between complexity, radical policy change and democracy. The proposition is that research straddling the politics-economics interface can not only enrich our understanding of governance and policy but also offer insights into their effectiveness. » Read the full article