Global IQ project

World societies are experiencing large social, economic and environmental transformations. These transformations are usually described under the heading of ‘global change’, to emphasize the increasing interactions between them.

The objective of the GLOBAL IQ project is three-fold:

  • to provide significant advances in the estimation of socio-economic impacts of global challenges – at Global, European and regional scale;
  • to identify optimal adaptation strategies;
  • to evaluate total costs and the optimal mix of adaptation and mitigation against global changes.

Granted fot three years, and led by Toulouse School of Economics, the Global IQ project involved eleven partners located in eight EU members states.



Join us at the Final Conference

The Final Conference will take place in Renaissance Brussels Hotel, Brussels, Tuesday 17th June 2014, 0915-1700 You will find more details in the agenda here Confirmed speakers include: Christian Gollier, Toulouse School of Economics (keynote speech)  Emanuele Massetti, Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei  Joseph Francois, Vienna Institute for International Economic Studies  Marian Leimbach, Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research  Milan Scasny, Charles University Prague  Olof Johansson-Stenman, University of Gothenburg  Simon Dietz, London School of Economics