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SOE partners with Bates, Bowdoin and Colby to sponsor the second annual Maine Economics Conference

The conference took place at Colby College; more than 40 economists from across the state gathered to learn about the latest economic research, and establish and renew ​​collaborations with other Maine scholars. The conference also included a poster session featuring research by students from Bowdoin, Bates, Colby, and the University of Maine.

The conference was organized by faculty from all four schools.  Three faculty members from SOE presented their latest research and four SOE graduate students presented poster sessions:

Eva Manandhar: “Message Framing and People’s Perception about Wind Power in Maine”

Johanna Barrett: “Muncipality-Level Characteristics of Local Food Exchanges in Maine”

Sandra Goff: “Do Dollars Degrade Sustainability Norms? An Experiment to Assess the Effect of Economic Valuation Information on Pro-Environmental Behavior”

Steven Dutra: “Economic Feasibility of Distributed Solar Water Heating in Maine”

For more information about the conference and poster sessions, please click on the link here.

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