21-22nd February 2019, Institute for Futures Studies, Stockholm.
Organizer: Malcolm Fairbrother.
Presentations will address questions like:
- Under what conditions are (different kinds of) people more or less willing to "pay", in some sense, for policies aimed at preventing climate change?
- Are people misinformed about the scale of the costs they might need to bear to address climate change? Are they confused about the functioning of the policies? Sceptical about their effectiveness?
- Are people willing to pay the costs, or share the burden, of some kinds of policies more than others?
- What are the relevant values, normative principles, or ethical intuitions of the public? (Or of different segments of the public in different countries?)
Malcolm Fairbrother Umeå+IFFS, SE sociology
Zorzeta Bakaki Essex, UK political science
Stefano Carattini GSU,USA economics
Larry Hamilton NH, USA sociology
Niklas Harring Gothenburg, SE political science
Mark Jaccard SFU, CA economics (remote participant)
Sverker Jagers Gothenburg, SE political science
Ingemar Johansson Sevä Umeå, SE sociology
Kirsti Jylha IFFS, SE psychology
Aya Kachi Basel, CH political science
Steffen Kallbekken Oslo, NO economics
Joakim Kulin Umeå, SE sociology
Erick Lachapelle Montréal, CA political science
Sandy Marquart-Pyatt MSU, USA sociology
Simon Matti Luleå, SE political science
Megan Mullin Duke, USA political science
Rachael Shwom Rutgers, USA sociology
Jonas Sonnenschein Lund, SE economics (remote participant)
Linda Steg Groningen, NL psychology
Håkon Sælen Oslo, NO political science
Kevin Tam UST, Hong Kong psychology