The research group for Environmental Economics at the Department of Economics, Ultuna is characterized by interest in and focus on research relevant for environmental policy.
We have expertise in both micro-and-macro economic theory as well as empirical and microeconometric research. Our main areas of research are policy design and evaluation, behavioral economics, transportation economics, trade and development economics, always in connection with environmental issues. We also research environmental issues with respect to agriculture and forestry.
We publish in journals such as Journal of Environmental Economics and Management (JEEM), Journal of the Association of Environmental and Resource Economists (JAERE), Environmental and Resource Economics (ERE), and the European Economic Review.
Read more about the group members, recent publications and ongoing projects below.