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PhD fellowshipsDepartment of Food and Resource Economics, University of CopenhagenDenmarkDepartment of Food and Resource Economics at University of Copenhagen is opening a limited number of PhD fellowships within its main areas. 24-06-2018Link
LECTURER TENURE TRACKHasselt UniversityBelgiumThe Environmental Economics Research group is an international academic leader in sustainability assessments of clean technologies and valuation of ecosystem services, and a visible source of robust science-driven advice in these domains. The group focuses on addressing empirical questions with a high societal urgency, for example related to global climate change and loss of biodiversity. The group publishes in top-ranked academic journals and is represented in national and international scienti15-05-2018Link
ProfessorDepartment of Food and Resource Economics, University of CopenhagenDenmarkThe Department of Food and Resource Economics will be hiring a Professor of Environmental Valuation and Consumer Preferences. The professorship will have emphasis on the application of preference elicitation and modeling techniques for e.g., the valuation of non-market environmental goods and services, and analysis of consumer preferences for food products with environmental attributes, like novel food product types, food safety and food production techniques applied along the production chain.06-05-2018Link
ProfessorNatural Resources Institute Finland (Luke)FinlandThe research professorship in business development and economics investigates the development of novel business concepts for competitive value creation in the bioeconomy. The research should focus on firm management, business/growth opportunities, market and financial performance, changes in business environment, and strategic choices. A key objective is to analyze the economic and other conditions for sustainable and competitive business generation in the bioeconomy.30-04-2018Link
Ph.D. studentWageningen UniversityThe NetherlandsYou will work as a Ph.D. student on the “Measuring the Bioeconomy - BioMonitor” Horizont 2020 project. You will be involved in developing a framework to measure and analyse the development of the EU bioeconomy and in developing new (and extending existing) methodologies to fill the bioeconomy data gaps and safeguard the data availability in the short, medium and long run. You will use the framework to quantitatively measure the future impacts of present day decisions on the EU bioeconomy.30-04-2018Link
Self-funded PhD CandidateWageningen UniversityThe NetherlandsThe Section Economics invites self-funded PHD candidates to submit their applications by April 30 2018. Applicants should have a strong background in economics, psychology, or history and be interested in the research of the chair groups (AEP, DEC, ENR, RHI, UEC) of the section.30-04-2018Link