EEPSEA Regional Training on Experimental & Quasi-experimental Methods for Environmental Economic Topics
Vung Tau, 9 – 17 December 2019
The first part of this course will provide an overview of quasi-experimental methods for causal inference in environmental and resource economics. Participants will learn the basics of econometric methods such as difference-in-differences, event studies, instrumental variables, regression discontinuity and matching. The training will focus on practical implementation in applied settings.
In the second part, the course provides students with an overview of the experimental literature that addresses issues in environmental and natural resource economics and will prepare students to design and run their own economic experiments.
Online, 4 August – 14 September 2021
A series of online Science Communication Workshops was conducted to achieve one of the goals of Economy and Environment Partnership for Southeast Asia (EEPSEA) in developing the capacity of researchers to effectively communicate with policymakers in the region. EEPSEA partnered with Econnect Communication together with Economy & Environment Group of the Philippines to organize the training which consisted of five interconnected modules as follows: 1) Planning Communication, 2) Pitching, 3) Writing a Policy Brief, 4) Presenting, and 5) Using Media and Social Media.
EEPSEA – IIASA Training Workshop on Water Resources Management: Climate and Socioeconomic Change Adaptation in Transboundary Basins
Online, 12 – 14 – 21 October 2021
This 3-day workshop will strengthen participants’ knowledge on development and use of models and systems analysis approaches, to better understand current and future issues surrounding water resource management under climate change involving climate, hydrological and economic modeling tools. The workshop also involved a mixture of presentations, practical ‘hands-on’ sessions with selected models, in order to place the work in the Southeast Asian region and its specific circumstances. The workshop was facilitated by researchers from International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA)