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About this specialisation

In the Agricultural and Environmental Economics specialisation, economists identify, conceptualise and analyse the key human economic behaviours that shape the interactions between human, natural and managed systems in agriculture and the wider environment. You will develop the knowledge and skills to analyse economic and scientific data, conduct independent research, and report on research findings in a meaningful way. Skills in policy proposal and evaluation will enable you to contribute to more efficient and sustainable forms of agriculture and environmental management.

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