Call for papers: Joint Workshop on Circular Economy Economic Modelling
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Call for papers: Joint Workshop on Circular Economy Economic Modelling

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July 1, 2024
Leuven, Belgium
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The EAYE and the EU ANR projects: IAM-Circ, Circomod, CircEUlar and ScarCyclET are pleased to announce a joint workshop on Circular Economy Economic Modelling, scheduled to take place on the 1st of July 2024 in Leuven. This workshop will precede the Annual Conference of the European Association of Environmental and Resource Economists (EAERE) and aims to provide a platform for researchers , especially young non tenure d economists, interested in advancing our understanding of the economic aspects of circular economies. The event is supported by EAERE.

Workshop Agenda:

The workshop will feature a keynote address by Aude Pommeret, followed by paper presentations. Researchers are invited to submit empirical and theoretical papers covering a broad spectrum of topics related to circular economy economic modelling. Abstracts or draft papers will also be considered.

Submission Details:

Economists, and especially young non tenured researchers, are encourage to submit their papers or abstracts by March 15th, 10 pm CET, to Please provide a pdf with your paper and author(s) details including current position (Master, PhD, Post doc, Assis. Prof. etc.) in the email with as object title: “Submission Joint Workshop on Circular Economy Economic Modelling”.

The scientific committee will review submissions, and results about the selected papers for presentation at the workshop, will be communicated to authors by the 10th of April.

This joint workshop presents a unique opportunity for economic researchers to engage with cutting edge research, exchange ideas, discuss limits and challenges, and contribute to the advancement of circular economy economic modelling. We look forward to your participation in this workshop.

  • Registrations can be done through this link.
  • Registration to the workshop is free (with or without presenting). Seats are limited (40).
  • Questions or inquiries can be directed to the workshop coordinator, Julie Metta, at
  • For submission and more information, please visit this link.

The workshop is supported by EAERE, EAYE, IAM-Circ(1), Circomod(2), CircEUlar(3) and ScarCyclET.

  1. IAM-Circ has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska Curie grant agreement No. 101106168.
  2. Circomod is funded by the European Union under Grant Agreement No. 101056868.
  3. This project has received funding from the European Union under the Horizon Europe programme grant agreement No 101056810.