The Economics, Governance and Human Dimensions area of study emphasizes the human dimensions of resource systems involved in the processes of decision-making and action related to how coupled human-natural systems may be managed for sustainable outcomes. This area of study also incorporates rigorous research into human behavior in recreational and natural settings, a topic that draws from multiple disciplinary perspectives in the social sciences.
René H. Germain
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Economics, Governance and Human DimensionsDegree Sought: PHD
|Undergraduate Institute: University of Tartu (English/Economics)|
Previous Graduate Study: University of Konstanz, Germany (Int'l Economics )
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