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King’s College London

A new team on energy and environment policy and modelling has been established in the Geography Department in the King’s College School of Social Science and Public Policy. The team is led by Paul Ekins, who joined King’s College London in January 2008, and who is the co-ordinator of the PETRE project. King’s College London was assessed in 2007 by the <i>Times Higher Education Supplement</i> as among the world’s top 25 universities.

Website: www.kcl.ac.uk

Cambridge Econometrics (CE)

Cambridge Econometrics specialises in the application of economic modelling and data analysis techniques. It is a leading independent economic forecasting group with the fullest portfolio of forecasting services available in the UK, available for industrial, regional and energy-environment-economy analysis and forecasts for UK and Europe, as well as modelling work for individual clients.

Website: http://www.camecon.com/

Gesellschaft für Wirtschaftliche Strukturforschung (GWS)

The Gesellschaft für Wirtschaftliche Strukturforschung (Institute of Economic Structures Research,GWS) was founded in 1996 by Prof. Dr. Bernd Meyer. The analysis of changes of industry structures in the macroeconomic context is the main focus of this private research institute. GWS has developed a unique system of macroeconomic forecasting models that distinguish different industries and regions.

Website: http://www.gws-os.de/

Freie Universität Berlin - Environmental Policy Research Centre (FFU)

Based mainly on comparative research of industrialised countries and analysis of environmental policies, the Environmental Policy Research Centre (FFU) is principally active in exploring the potentials, restrictions and impacts of national environmental policy-making within the wider context of global environmental governance. Thereby, considerable attention is paid to the development of new strategic concepts for environmental policy-making.

Website: http://web.fu-berlin.de/ffu/ffu_e/index.htm

Sustainable Europe Research Institute (SERI)

SERI is one of the leading European research institutions in the field of material flow analysis, policies for a sustainable natural resources use and indicators for sustainable development. In a number of international research projects, SERI models and analyses economic and social aspects of dematerialisation and decoupling policies as well as the interrelations between environmental, economic and social policy measures.

Website: http://www.seri.at/

University of Economics in Prague, Czech Republic
Department of Environmental Economics

Department of Environmental Economics is a part of Faculty of Economics and Public Administration of University of Economics in Prague. Members of the Department have taken part in numerous Czech and international projects dealing with problems in the following areas: relations between national economy and environmental policy, regional sustainable development, instruments of environmental policy, amongst others.

Website: http://www.vse.cz/english/faculty5.php