A three-week intensive course in environmental and resource economics intended primarily for researchers and university lecturers. Modules are usually on:
- Welfare Economics and Cost-Benefit Analysis
- Valuation and Econometrics Analysis of Survey-based Data
- Natural Resource Economics and Policy Analysis
A three-day course for researchers and university lecturers to gain basic skills in experimental economics. Skills gained will be in terms of both theory and application to environmental and resource use issues related to common-pool resource management, disaster risk reduction, and climate change adaptation.