Beijer Institute - International Institute of Ecological Economics
1977 Stockholm Sweden
1977, Stockholm (Sweden), as Beijer Institute - International Institute for Energy, Resources and the Human Environment, by the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences. Transferred, Dec 1988, to E-XE3018 - Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI). Reorganized to adopt current title, 3 Jun 1991. Also referred to as Beijer International Institute of Ecological Economics.
Foster interdisciplinary activities among natural and social scientists, so as to deepen understanding of the interactions between humans and nature and inform management of our common environment.
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