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Business administration

Economics is the social science that describes the factors that determine the production, distribution and consumption of goods and services. One of the academic disiplines is business economics, at SLU linked to natural resources.

There are 39 pages tagged with Business administration:

New European project: ARCADIA

The UGPplus project focuses on Urban Greening Plans as a forward-looking, systemic, integrated, and inclusive planning framework capable of realising lasting impacts in bending the curve on

New European project: ARCADIA(2)

ARCADIA-projektet syftar till att stimulera transformativ anpassning med hjälp av naturbaserade lösningar över europeiska regioner och ge stöd vid utformning av konsekventa regionala blågröna


On December 13th the student teams from 5 Nordic and Baltic universities pitched their food and biotechnology related business ideas to an international jury at the NOBALIS Demo Day. The teams have

New European project: Naturescapes

Professor Kes McCormick and the Department of People and Society are part of a new project on nature-based solutions and transformative change that adopts a landscape perspective. Nature-based

Developing the multi-storey construction market

Wooden multi-storey constructions are beneficial for the climate compared to concrete which is predominately used today. Researchers from Sweden and Finland show that increased awareness about design

Kes Mccormick

kes.mccormick@slu.se Professor of Business Development and Sustainable Innovation I am a Professor of Business Development and Sustainable Innovation at the Department of People and Society at the

Julia Aldberg

julia.aldberg@slu.se Julia works as a researcher with a background in business administration and focus on sustainable development. She is particularly interested in the production and consumption

Vera Sadovska

vera.sadovska@slu.se Vera Sadovska is a PhD student at the Department of People and Society. Her research focus is on sustainable business models in the agri-food sector and on the creation of

Benjamin Forsmark

benjamin.forsmark@slu.se My research focuses on how forests respond to environmental changes and management decisions. For temperate and boreal forests, these responses depend heavily on the

Annie Drottberger

andrus.kangro@slu.se I am a lecturer and PhD student in Horticultural Science especially Business Administration at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, the Department of Biosystems and

Uliana Gottlieb

uliana.gottlieb@slu.se Uliana Gottlieb is employed as a Researcher at the Decision-Making and Managerial Behaviour Group of the Department of Economics. Uliana is interested in behavioural aspects

Filiz Kinikli

filiz.kinikli@slu.se I hold a doctorate in agricultural economics from Ege University, Department of Agricultural Economics, Izmir, Turkey. I am a postdoctoral fellow at the Swedish Agricultural