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CERE's Ammarnäs Workshop, 25-27 March Print E-mail
As most anthropologists know, when winter turn into spring, the CERE researchers conduct their yearly ritual in the Swedish mountains, called the Ammarnäs Workshop. The most significant feature of this ritual is that, unlike most gatherings within academia, it manly focuses on the work done by the junior members of the tribe – the so called Ph.D and Post-Doc researchers.

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The Economics Dude Print E-mail
During the day, Erik Brockwell lives his life as an ordinary CERE researcher, but at night, he turns into the economics dude.
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Course: Nonparametric Econometrics Print E-mail
A graduate-level first course covering certain basic topics in non-parametric econometrics and resampling (bootstrap), suitable for students and researchers in a wide variety of fields (including economics, statistics/Bio-statistics/mathematical statistics, forest management, engineering).
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Umeå University invests in CERE Print E-mail
Economic research at Umeå University receives 20 million sek. The University believes three focal areas are particularly well equipped to become a competitiveness force. Four projects will therefore share the money, one of these is CERE.
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CERE's Brännlund and Inga-Britt Ahlenius on the same board of trustees Print E-mail
The initiative; Forum for EU debate, is supported by the Forums board of Trustees amongst which  Brännlund and Ahlenius names can be found.
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Applied Economic Modelling of Environmental Issues using GAMS Print E-mail

This course focuses on the applied analysis of the relationship between economic activity and environmental issues. Computer modelling can help researchers and policymakers better understand the relation between environmental pressures and the economy.

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Strengthen the national economy and reduce CO2 emission Print E-mail
"Since EU's main strategy is to reduce CO2 emission as much as possible, one can ask whether Sweden shouldn't focus on producing goods with its fossil free electricity instead off exporting the electricity surplus that's now accumulated. In that way we could reduce the CO2 emissions and strengthen the national economy." NyTeknik February 27th 2013 at 11.33
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“don’t let political meddling (…) become the first nail in EU-ETS coffin” Print E-mail
CERE's Runar Brännlund advise against changing the amount of emissions permits during a trading period with the argument that the price is too low.
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”What do rich people do with their money?” Print E-mail
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The social cost of mosquitos Print E-mail
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