Economy & Environment
Research in this area focuses on different ways to govern nations, regions, organisations, and institutions. The research includes models for sustainable governance, planning, economy, and transactions, as well as analyses of power and legitimacy. In addition, it studies the financial and environmental impact of different governance models. Various aspects of economics and the environment are studied in a wide range of disciplines, including the economic disciplines (business administration, economics, and economic history), as well as political science, social anthropology, and computer and systems sciences. The subject matter is interdisciplinary and can also be found in the humanities, law, and natural sciences. Research in this profile area receives large research grants every year, and there is extensive collaboration with the surrounding community through national and international authorities and organisations dealing with economy and environment.
March 31, 2016
Source: External Relations and Communications Office
- Environmental regulations must be adapted to local as well as global conditions Jonas Ebbesson, Professor in Environmental Law, at Department of Law.
- Sustainable development requires a new approach to economic rules Thomas Hahn, Agr. Dr. in Economics, Stockholm Resilience Centre.