Population, Resources and Environment Analysis

13 Items
  1. Population and Economic Development: Utilize development economics, urban economics, labor economics, and demography theories based on each country or region's unique development background and data. Employ quantitative research methods such as econometrics and statistics to study population and economy, population and energy resources and environment, and population and society.

  2. Ecological Economy and Sustainable Development: Apply sustainable development theory with a focus on low-carbon and sustainable development, ecosystem protection and restoration, ecological environment policy, ecological civilization, and green development. Quantitative and empirical analyses are the primary research methods.

  3. Resources and Environmental Economy Research: Implement world environmental economy theory, examine the relationship between economic development and environmental protection, global environmental governance, sustainable resource utilization, and circular development. Study the fundamental principles of rational regulation of economic activities, resources, and the environment.

  4. Energy and Climate Change Economic Analysis: Integrate research on energy management and climate policies within the economic research framework, systematically investigating critical topics such as energy finance, energy security, energy poverty, energy health effects, and energy and climate change.

  5. Green Finance: Conduct interdisciplinary research on green finance and its relationship with energy, environment, ecology, and resources.

  6. Others.

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