In an effort to support early career scholars, several travel awards will be provided to help offset travel expenses associated with attending the conference. Graduate students, postdoctoral scholars, junior researchers, and pre-tenure assistant professors are eligible for this award.
As a part of the application, scholars were asked to respond to the following questions in addition to demographic and contact information.
- Briefly describe your research interests. (Max. 250 words)
- What do you hope to gain from this conference? How will attending advance your professional growth? (Max. 250 words)
- What do you envision as opportunities to expand the applications of behavioral and experimental economics research to inform agri-environmental programs and policies? (Max. 300 words)
- Describe research challenges that need to be addressed to advance behavioral and experimental economics methods and applications to agri-environmental programs and policies. (Max. 300 words)
Questions regarding the application can be directed to the Organizing Committee (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Congratulations to our CBEAR-MAAP Travel Award Recipients:
Simanti Banerjee (University of Nebraska-Lincoln), Philippe Le Coent (Institut National de Recherche Agronomique), Tongzhe Li (University of Windsor), J. Ross Anthony (University of Maine), Abdul Kidwai (University of Massachusetts Amherst), Stephen Morgan (Michigan State University), Karsyn Lamb (University of Wyoming), Hilary Byerly (University of Vermont), Aaron Hrozencik (Colorado State University), Alix Schmidt (University of Alberta)