The Sustainable Economies Research Group (SERG) conducts ground-breaking research in the field of sustainable economy. The Group’s members are drawn from across the University as well as externally.
The Group is premised on the belief that bringing forth a sustainable economy requires a systems approach by inter-disciplinary experts combining deep understandings from economics and finance (other social sciences), engineering and physical sciences.
Members are concerned with the task of connecting with organisations, government and civil society in driving change in the world to ensure a realistic and just transition, but also one that is empirically robust and informed.
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