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The In­sti­tute car­ries out teach­ing activ­it­ies as part of WU’s un­der­gradu­ate, mas­ter’s, and doc­toral/PhD pro­grams.


BSc in Busi­ness, Eco­nom­ics and So­cial Sciences

  • Com­mon Body of Know­ledge: Fu­ture-Ori­ented Busi­ness (ZuWi) I & II

  • Elect­ive: En­vir­on­mental Eco­nom­ics

  • Free elect­ives: Ex­per­i­en­cing Sus­tain­ab­il­ity

Re­search­ers of the In­sti­tute for Eco­lo­gical Eco­nom­ics are avail­able to su­per­vise bach­elor’s de­gree stu­dents pur­su­ing so­cio-e­co­nomic re­search on en­vir­on­mental top­ics.


Stu­dents who be­gin the Mas­ter’s Pro­gram in So­cio-E­co­lo­gical Eco­nom­ics and Policy (SEEP) come to WU as econom­ists, polit­ical scient­ists, busi­nesspeople, bio­lo­gists, so­ci­olo­gists, law­yers, or en­gin­eers.

They leave equipped with so­cio-e­co­nomic the­or­ies and meth­ods and an un­der­stand­ing of how the rel­ev­ant dis­cip­lines in­ter­sect, and how to work across dis­cip­lines to con­front global and local so­cio-e­co­lo­gical chal­lenges.


We of­fer doc­tor­al-­level courses in Eco­lo­gical Eco­nom­ics and su­per­vise doc­toral/PhD theses in our re­search areas.

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In­ter­ested in learn­ing more about spe­cific people and cur­rent re­search?

Browse our dir­ect­ory of re­search­ers to learn more about their re­search and re­search in­terests.

Browse our dir­ect­ory of stu­dents to ex­plore their re­search and learn more about their ad­visors.

Browse our dir­ect­ory of alumni to learn more about Eco­lo­gical Eco­nom­ics stu­dents who have gone on to be­come lead­ers at uni­versit­ies, at NGOs, in busi­ness, and in gov­ern­ment.

A com­plete list of courses offered by mem­bers of the In­sti­tute can be found here.