Resources for the Future is hiring! We are seeking mid-career and senior-level scholars to join our research and policy engagement team. We are seeking candidates who can plan an entrepreneurial leadership role in one or more of the following areas: technology, environmental justice, international climate mitigation strategies, and climate finance.
Please see the announcement of a call for papers for a special issue on sustainable and affordable housing at Real Estate Economics. In conjunction with the special issue, there will also be a conference in June 2023 at the University of Wisconsin, Madison. It is described below.
SEEP is an innovative, fulltime, two-year M.Sc. programme at Vienna University of Economics & Business. Its theoretical foundations encompass heterodox economics, philosophy of science, international and European law, as well as behavioural and institutional perspectives. Students gain the ability to think critically about today’s multiple crises, while importance is placed on both theory and application as essential aspects of policy intervention.
The Division of Marine Science and Conservation invites applications for a tenure-track position at the Assistant-Professor level in Coastal/Marine Climate Change (CMCC). We seek applicants with expertise in social sciences, natural sciences, and/or engineering and with interdisciplinary or transdisciplinary interests. All aspects of CMCC will be considered, including—but not limited to—processes, impacts, resilience, adaptation, solutions. We also welcome expertise in research approaches (e.g., theoretical, computational, field, laboratory, etc.) and skills (e.g., geospatial analysis, machine learning, data analytics, modeling, etc.) that can be delivered across degree programs in the Nicholas School to advance career goals of an increasingly diverse student body.
NOAA Office for Coastal Management has a contract economist position open to integrate and manage economic data in support of projects focused on understanding the impacts of development and conservation on community economies and natural resources in coastal areas.
Our Lead Senior Economist and Senior Economist roles are a great opportunity for an economist who wants to move closer to policy making and action, with work firmly based in rigorous economics. For these roles, the economist should thoroughly understand both the mainstream and cutting-edge world class economic techniques applied to climate change and energy issues and be able to communicate the results of these analyses to other EDF staff and stakeholders.
Oregon State University’s Environmental Sciences Graduate Program is excited to be hosting a live, five day workshop stressing emergy concepts, theory, and principles. Each day is composed of four sessions, two in the morning and two in the afternoon. One or two sessions each day is devoted to a case study that includes “hands-on” computation of emergy or simulation of models to reinforce lecture material and extend understanding of systems concepts.
Come join the Oleson Ecological Economics Lab! We are an interdisciplinary group of passionate scholars, ranging from undergraduates taking on the world’s problems to graduate students and post-doctoral fellows producing cutting edge research related to nature’s services and value to society. We focus on creating science that matters for decision-making, in partnership with people who can use our analysis.
We are welcoming contributions for a Virtual Special Issue to be published in the journal Soil Security. The title of the VSI is “The Economics of Soil Health” and it will be guest edited by Mara Thiene (University of Padova, Italy) and Richard T. Woodward (Texas A&M University, USA).