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The Beijer Institute of Ecological Economics, Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences

The Beijer Institute of Ecological Economics is an international research institute under the auspices of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences. Its major objective is to carry out research and stimulate cooperation between scientists, university departments, research centers and institutes to promote a deeper understanding of the interplay between ecological systems and social and economic development.


Tasks attributed: Main contributions in WP 3 and 5, minor contribution to 4.

Principal Investigator:

Anne-Sophie Crépin, Project leader, PhD in economics, Deputy Director of the Institute. Works on resources with complex dynamics and threshold. Lead author of the chapter Polar Systems in the Millennium Ecosystem Assessment. Project leader and member of the steering committee for the 7th Framework EU project Arctic Tipping points (ATP) and co-director of the Beijer research program Global dynamics and resilience in the face of multiple shocks.