I managed to make it to campus today!
The Journal of Environmental Economics and Management has been the official journal of the Association of Environmental and Resource Economists (AERE) for 39 years. Recently AERE decided to establish the Journal of the Association of Environmental and Resource Economists (JAERE) as their new official journal. Since Dan Phaneuf, the current JEEM managing editor, is stepping down to become the inaugural editor of JAERE, there arose the need to establish a new editorial team for JEEM. Till Requate (Kiel University, Germany) has agreed to serve as the new managing editor for JEEM.
Prof. Requate looks forward to this big challenge with great excitement and anticipation, and he has put together a well balanced team of highly respected environmental and resource economists from Europe and North America. In alphabetical order the new co-editor team consists of Jared Carbone (University of Calgary, Canada), Fredrik Carlson (University of Gothenburg, Sweden), Matt Cole (University of Birmingham, UK), Ujjayant Chakravorty (Tufts University, Boston, USA), Linda Nostbakken (Norwegian School of Economics, Norway), Jay Shimshack (Tulane University, USA), and Roger van Haefen (North Carolina State University, USA). The editorial team also represents the different fields of environmental and natural resource economists. In the future we plan to also recruit co-editors from other parts of the world. The aim of JEEM is to continue publishing high quality research in environmental and natural resource economics, covering both theory and empirical work. JEEM also welcomes interdisciplinary work focusing on environmental and natural resource economics issues, where methods from other disciplines are used to address research questions that require expertise beyond the economics paradigm.
As he prepares to begin his new duties at JAERE Prof. Phaneuf looks back on his time at JEEM with pride and satisfaction. He is grateful for the efforts of the excellent group of co-editors with whom he has worked. Those who will be stepping down include Andreas Lange (University of Hamburg, Germany), David Popp (Syracuse University, USA), Michael Roberts (University of Hawaii, USA), Quinn Weninger (Iowa State University, USA), and Andrew Yates (University of North Carolina, USA). Matt Cole (University of Birmingham, UK) also worked with Prof. Phaneuf and will stay on as a co-editor during the transition. On behalf of the profession we thank each of these individuals for their years of service to JEEM. ...
While Dan Phaneuf bids JEEM a fond farewell and continued success, Till Requate and his new team welcome old and new authors' submissions of their high quality research to the Journal of Environmental Economics and Management. We look forward to working with the global community of environmental and natural resource economists and a continued cordial relationship with AERE.
I know Roger von Haefen but have no idea who this Roger van Haefen character is.