£4,848 per year
The Environmental Policy and Energy Economics Path” of the master is providing students with the analytical skills to assess, analyse and recommend economic policies and strategies to tackle environmental issues and manage natural resources.
The “Economics and Ecology Path” of the master is also providing students with tools to understand how biodiversity and ecosystems are modeled and measured, how one can measure the ecological and the economic value of biodiversity and ecosystems, and how economic policy can be used to influence human behavior and its consequences on biodiversity and ecosystems. The program emphasizes teamwork and hands-on experience with real-world case studies and datasets.
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