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Department of Economics

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Gender, Development and Environmental Governance

Ph.D. course on Gender, Development and Environmental Governance (8.5 credits) with an interactive workshop, Encounters in environments under stress: Rethinking methodologies and decolonising

General resit exams

Every August, the Department of Economics offers general resit exams for courses given in period 1-3. For courses given in period 4, we offer general resit exams in November (9+13 November 2024).

Department of Economics

At the Department of Economics we carry out research and teach in Business studies and Economics with application to food, agriculture and natural resources.

Other studentinformation

Here you will find general information for students at the Department of Economics. Collect your exam Exams may be collected on Wednesdays at 12: 30-14 : 30 at the course administrators office at the


The Department of Economics train economists and business administrators with special expertise in natural resources and in agriculture. This means that you can get a job position in exciting

Courses at the Research School People, Society and Sustainability

We arrange both courses and seminars. Take a look at our programme for 2024/25! Upcoming courses and activities 2024 and 2025 Gender, Development and Environmental Governance (PNG0042), 8.5 ECTS 5


Here you will find contact information to the staff at the Department of Economics. Staff Staff at the department Management group Head of Department: Richard Ferguson Acting Head of Department:

Other activities

Our activities include seminars, workshops and field trips that aim to enrich our students knowledge and promote networking with other researchers, society and industry. We have joint activities with


The following are our ongoing and completed projects.

Agricultural and Food Economics

The agricultural and food sector of today is increasingly threatened by climate change, economic and political risks arising from pandemics and wars, a growing population, and loss of biodiversity.


The Department of Economics at SLU consists of about 80 employees, mainly researchers. Our researchers are engaged in education - and vice versa, our teachers are engaged in research.

Kvinnomaraton - Symposium for women in research

markmiljo-webb@slu.se Are you a female researcher interested in meeting other female researchers to network and discuss common interests? Welcome to The Society of Women Researchers annual event