Environmental and resource economics
The members of the Environmental and Resource Economics (ERE) Research Group comprise Faculty staff, post-doctoral researchers and PhD Students. We regularly welcome visiting researchers from universities around the world.
- Prasenjit Banerjee - game theoretic and experimental work on conservation and management of natural resources, behavioural impacts on environmental policies.
- Ron Chan - energy end environmental economics, empirical industrial organisation, trade and environment.
- Edward Manderson - energy economics, international trading schemes, FDI and innovation.
- Dan Rigby - choice experiments and best-worst scaling; economics of illicit behaviour; food safety; technology; risk, health and consumption.
- Ada Wossink - ecosystem services, sustainability, policy analysis and evaluation, acceptability of sustainable technologies, efficiency.
- Richard Christian - Green infrastructure and Health and Wellbeing Influences on an Ageing Population (GHIA), NERC-ESRC-AHRC project as part of Valuing Nature Programme.
- Miroslava Hukelova - eMRC/ESRC/NERC/BBSRC project: ENIGMA Sources, Seasonality, Transmission and Control: Campylobacter and human behaviour in a changing environment.
- Paul Knights - ePhilosophy and Economics working on the FP-7 project: MOTivational strength of ecosystem services and alternative ways to express the value of BIOdiversity (BIOMOT).
- Caroline Millman - eMRC/ESRC/NERC/BBSRC project: ENIGMA Sources, Seasonality, Transmission and Control: Campylobacter and human behaviour in a changing environment.
- Shivani Taneja - EPSRC/ESRC: CSEF Centre for Sustainable Energy Use in Food Chains
Other related staff
- Alistair Ulph - Professorial Research Fellow at the Sustainable Consumption Institute
- David Colman - Emeritus Professor
- Mika Kortelainen - VATT Finland (Honorary Research Fellow)
- Arjan Ruijs - PBL-Netherlands Environment Research Agency (Honorary Research Fellow)
Current PhD students
PhD in Environmental Economics
We welcome enquiries from students interested in pursuing doctoral research, view our PhD programme.
For an initial enquiry, contact the member of the Environmental Economics group whose research you think is of most relevance to you and your research topic. In your email include:
- The University, subject and class of your bachelor's degree.
- The University, subject and class of your master's degree and the courses taken.
- Some indication of your proposed research topic (to be developed to become your research proposal in the final application).
General enquiries about research covered by the Environmental and Resource Economics group can be addressed to Prof Dan Rigby (email@example.com).