Resource Economics & Global Development 

This research area relates to both basic and applied social science conducted in a multidisciplinary setting, embracing economics, law, sociology, political science, development studies and bioethics. Topics include issues such as the use and protection of the environment and natural resources, incl. forestry and fisheries (see e.g. Jette Bredahl Jacobsen), agricultural policy, production and markets (e.g. Jesper Sølver Schou or Wusheng Yu), food consumption, ethics and behavior (e.g. Jørgen Dejgård Jensen), environmental law (e.g. Helle Tegner) and development studies (e.g. Jens Friis Lund).

The departments, centers and sections mentioned below are examples of places where it would be possible to conduct research within the programme area. As is stated in the TALENT Guide for Applicants, applicants are to indicate the research department they see most fit to host their project.