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Department of Forest Economics


Det finns 60 sidor som är taggade med Department of Forest Economics:
PerForm

PerForm

SLU is a partner in this European cooperation network supported by the European Forest Institute. The project consists of an international team of social scientists investigating societal perceptions

What is the Barents Forest Forum 2019?

Barents Forest Forum is a cooperation platform for stakeholders in the forest sector situated in the Barents region. The fourth Barents Forest Forum conference is taking place in Umeå, Sweden, as

New research network in Bioeconomy established at SLU in Umeå

The network ForBioeconomy will offer international activities for researchers, policy-makers and forest stakeholders. This in order to gather an disseminate knowledge on the forest role in bioeconomy

New research network in Bioeconomy established at SLU in Umeå

The network ForBioeconomy will offer international activities for researchers, policy-makers and forest stakeholders. This in order to gather an disseminate knowledge on the forest role in bioeconomy

Oben K. Bayrak

Oben K. Bayrak

obba0001 My main research is in Behavioral and Experimental Economics, with a focus on decision making under uncertainty. Behavioural Environmental Economics Course+Workshop (7.5 ECTS) The course

Program and registration

Content and preliminary program The focus of the conference is on the multiple-functions of forests in future bioeconomy (e.g., society’s mitigation and adaptation to climate change, biobased

Barents Forest Forum 2019

Barents Forest Forum 2019

The Barents region in a biobased future October 15-17, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences The Barents Forest Forum is a cooperation platform for forest sector stakeholders in the Barents

Getting here

Welcome to the city of birches or Ubmeje - the Sami name of the city. Large parts of the city burnt down in 1888 and as a consequence, the decision was made to plant birches to form a firebreak to

Research

Research

The research area Economics is usually divided into Business Economics and Economics. The research at the Department within natural resource economics, forest economics, industrial economics and

A course in behavioural environmental economics

This PhD level course is given in collaboration between CERE (Centre for Environmental and Resource Economics) and Department of Forest Economics, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences by

PhD courses

PhD courses

The Department of Forest economics offers courses usually both in spring and fall. Se below for any current courses. General questions on application or studying in Umeå, please contact the one

Dissertation Brian Danley

Dissertation Brian Danley

Environmental policy for ecosystem services and biodiversity - Preferences for fish conservation and instruments for forest policy charlotta.bergstrom@slu.se Brian Danley defends his thesis "