Our research related to sustainability covers a broad range of topics from health related issues such as socioeconomic impacts of HIV and AIDS, to selection and design of policy instruments for several different environmental and resource problems.
We offer several specialisation courses with direct relevance for sustainable development on both undergraduate, masters and doctoral levels. Examples of such courses are development economics, environmental economics, policy evaluation, but also basic undergraduate courses, such as international and financial economics problematising globalisation and emphasising ethical considerations.
We work continuously with integrating sustainability in the courses offered by the department. This work is done in collaboration with other parts of the School of Business, Economics and Law.