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Current projects


Coherent policies and governance of the Baltic Sea Ecosystems - Go4Baltic
Brexit impacts on European agriculture – who are winners and losers?
Ecosystem services to mitigate agricultural risks
Greening of the Single Farm Payment in contrasting agricultural landscapes
Governing sustainable land-use in a changing climate
Can greening be made better? - CAP, ecosystem services and ecological focus areas
Climate policies for bioenergy and food production - Clip by Food
Biodiversity as an input - boosting food production without ravaging the environment?
Rational waste? - understanding inefficiencies of Swedish dairy farms
Regional efficiency of Swedish agriculture
Manure in a circular economy
Valuing ecosystem services in agriculture – a way towards efficient decision making (VESA)


Governing farm production by demand – the case of dairy products
The impact of Private Labels
Cost-Benefit-analysis of discarding the Swedish salmonella control program
Economic policy instruments for sustainable consumption
European Union fishing access agreements and fishery exports of African countries
Private standards and international trade
Detection of zoonoses
What happens when developing countries lose access to unilateral trade preferences?


Coexisting with large carnivores - the case of seals
Creeling and trawling for nephrops on the Swedish west coast
Fishing for nutrients – how can fishermen contribute to decreasing eutrophication of the Baltic Sea?
Lobster fishing on the west coast of Sweden – how important is it for fishers?
Direct costs for seal damages in Swedish commercial fisheries
MSC labeling and ex-vessel prices – the effects of a suspended MSC certification
Seaweed cultivation – benefits and costs
Scrapping vessels and individual transferable quotas – two ways of reducing fishing capacity
What could be learnt from the implementation of ITQ-systems in Nordic countries?

Rural Areas

Small scale fisheries and thriving harbours: is there a value for the tourist sector?
Is there a need for an income stabilisation tool for Swedish farmers?