There are a number of courses on master and research level within the environmental and natural resource economics held by CERE personnel at both host universities each year. Some courses like GAMS and Stated Preference Method have been held a number of times. At USBE, an environmental economics profile course has been established and is held annually.

Spring courses 2018 | All PhD courses held at Forest Economics, SLU | All courses held at Economics, USBE | All courses held by the ECOS research school

Spring 2018

Resource and Environmental Economics, D18 7.5 credits

Duration: 2018/02/12-2018/03/23
The course aims to provide a deeper understanding and knowledge in economic analysis of the management of natural resources, and to provide a deeper analysis of environmental policy instruments and their application in practice. The course also provides a deeper analysis of specific issues such as sustainable development, climate change, relationship growth and environment, and socially responsible businesses.
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Basic and Advanced R programming, 4 credits

Duration: 2018/04/23-2018/05/10
The aim of the course is to provide basic knowledge of the R language and on the skills of writing R scripts for practical applications. The course will focus on the core of R programming language, and data manipulation with R.
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Stated preference methods - state of the art modeling, 7.5 credits 

Duration: 2018/05/14 – 2018/05/18
The course is divided into two parts, 2,5 ETCS (SP I) for those who want basic understanding and extra 5 ETCS (SP II) for those who want advanced knowledge.
Popular course with Professor Kriström teaching during one intensive week in the beginning of May every year. 
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A course in behavioural environmental economics, 7,5 credits

Duration: 2018/06/04-2018/07/06
The course aims to provide understanding of topics in environmental and resource economics from a behavioural economics perspective. The course aims at an interdisciplinary audience, welcoming students not only from core social sciences but also from management of natural resources, forests being one example.
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