The Environmental Economists and Resources European Association (EEREA) Annual Conference is one of the main global meetings on the subject, and brings together more than 700 economists from five continents, raising current issues and methodology applied in resources and environmental economic analyzes.
Between June 26th and 30th , Pedro Romero, IFOP researcher, participated in the 24th European Association Environmental and Resource Economists Annual Conference (EEREA), held in Manchester, England. Together with Professor Oscar Melo, from Pontificia Universidad Católica de Santiago, they presented the topic entitled: Can the management model based on Territorial Use Rights (DUT) make a difference in fishing communities? AMERB in Chile. which, through the application of counterfactual models (Difference matching), evaluated administrative measure’s impact on the generation of economic benefits that encourage benthic resources rational use and conservation .
Pedro Romero is a Fishing Engineer, Master in Aquatic Resources Management, Fisheries and Aquaculture Economics, and Master in Economics of Agricultural and Environmental Resources. In recent years he has worked as a researcher at the Management Areas department, mainly focusing on economic, socioeconomic and organizational analysis and evaluation performance of administrative measures, previously mentioned.