The USSEE Board of Directors invites you to nominate candidate(s) to fill the 5 board positions listed below. The election will be held May 25-31, and we are seeking nominations by May 24. You are welcome to self-nominate. If nominating someone else, please allow us enough time to confirm the nomination with the individual before the deadline.
We invite you to participate in a new large-scale Economists and Economics Survey
Hiring a 2-year post-doc in non-market valuation of ecosystem services located in Honolulu, HI. The post-doc will join an interdisciplinary team of ecological modelers, oceanographers, social scientists and economists on a NOAA Ocean Acidification Program-funded project assessing vulnerability of Hawaiiʻs people to future ocean acidification impacts
Scotland’s Rural College (SRUC) is looking for a new Ecological Economist to join their team. The role will involve a mix of teaching on the MSc and research. There will be considerable opportunities to grow both as a researcher and a lecturer, including developing independent profiles in each of these areas of work. The role comes already with some underpinning research funding, which means there isn’t the need to immediately start applying for (and winning) competitive funding.
If you submitted your abstract on or before 12:30PM Eastern on Friday February 4, please resubmit your abstract, because we may not have received it.
As part of our 2022 conference, USSEE will again select winners of the Harman Daly Award and Bernardo Aguilar Award. Read more about these awards and then submit your nominations below. Nominations are due by the end of the day on Monday April 4.
A USDA/NIFA-funded project is looking for a two-year postdoc (funding for the 3rd possible through other sources). Salary and benefits are very competitive. Prefer a candidate who does computational modeling in the area of environmental/ecological and natural resources economics, but will consider anyone who has solid quantitative modeling skills. An agricultural background is not necessary to apply for the position.
We are delighted to announce that Hazel Wong, interim lead for policy and government relations at The Nature Conservancy, will speak at our 2022 conference. Submit an abstract to the conference.
We are delighted to announce that acclaimed scholar and ecofeminist Dr. Vandana Shiva will keynote our 2022 conference.
The Board of the United States Society for Ecological Economics (USSEE) cordially invites you to submit an abstract for an individual poster, paper presentation, or complete session proposal to our 11th biennial conference, entitled “The Post-Covid Economy: Centering Justice, Sustaining Ecosystems” by February 4.