The study of economics provides us with the answers to questions of how consumers, firms, and governments make decisions. It offers the opportunity to understand how natural resources are managed, governed, and used, which is one of the most pressing issues facing our world today.

Our research into environmental economics is informed by collaboration with academics in law, environmental science, ecology, agriculture, and geography, which grants it both scope and depth. Our research focuses not just on the root socio-economic and institutional causes of environmental, real estate, and agricultural problems, but offers solutions and practical recommendations for policy implementation.





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