Welcome to the European Society for Ecological Economics (ESEE)!

ESEE is the European branch of the International Society of Ecological Economics (ISEE).

ESEE is a non-profit, member-governed, organisation dedicated to advancing understanding of the relationships among ecological, social and economic systems for the mutual well-being of nature and people.

ESEE publishes a newsletter and books (in association with various publishers); holds regional and international meetings; develops educational materials; and facilitates a voice for ecological economists in public forums.

ESEE provides a forum so that we might all better understand these issues. Add your voice to the discussion by becoming a member.

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Recent Posts

Positions in Marie Curie ITN project: Socio-economic and Political Responses to Regional Polarisation in Central and Eastern Europe (RegPol²)

The project RegPol² coordinated by the Leibniz Institute for Regional Geography focusses on new patterns of regional disparities between metropolitan core regions and the remaining parts of Central and Eastern European countries (CEE). 16 subprojects will be dealing with the socio-economic forms of regional polarisation, their wider impacts on society as well as the responses conveyed by social, economic and political actors.

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Innovation policy for challenge led sociotechnical transitions – doctoral studentship

The Making Transitions Happen doctoral studentship will provide support for 3 years, renewable annually subject to satisfactory progress. The award will pay UK/EU tuition fees and a maintenance stipend, currently £15,600 (€18,600 approx.).

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Junior Researcher – University of Lodz

University of Lodz (Faculty of Economics and Sociology) is recruiting a full time Junior Researcher (Research Fellow) to work on the new EU FP7-funded project Green Infrastructure and Urban Biodiversity for Sustainable Urban Development and the Green Economy (GREEN SURGE). The successful candidate will work on valuing urban green infrastructure and ecosystem services with the use of monetary and non-monetary approaches.

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