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Resource Economics and Environmental Sociology, Department of

The University of Alberta's Department of Resource Economics and Environmental Sociology (REES) faculty and students pursue excellence in socio-economic research and teaching. A unique group of applied economists and sociologists, REES focuses on agriculture, forestry and issues of the environment. Our students and over 18 faculty are involved in cutting-edge research on the socio-economic aspects of managing natural resources. This research is interdisciplinary and involves collaborative efforts among natural and social scientists.
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  1. Industry Focused Annual Reports

    Title: Industry Focused Annual Reports
    Creator: ERA Administrator
    Description: The following publications focus on annual reporting for industry related purposes.
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  2. Annual Reports (Resource Economics & Environmental Sociology)

    Title: Annual Reports (Resource Economics & Environmental Sociology)
    Creator: ERA Administrator
    Description: Our annual reports summarize the activities and events of the department in each year and serve as a snapshot of that moment in time. Among other things, they chronicle the research output of our faculty, students, and the projects they pursued.
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  3. Project Reports (Resource Economics & Environmental Sociology)

    Title: Project Reports (Resource Economics & Environmental Sociology)
    Creator: ERA Administrator
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  4. Other Publications (Resource Economics & Environmental Sociology)

    Title: Other Publications (Resource Economics & Environmental Sociology)
    Creator: ERA Administrator
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  5. MAg and MBA/MAg Final Projects

    Title: MAg and MBA/MAg Final Projects
    Creator: ERA Administrator
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  6. Staff Papers (Resource Economics & Environmental Sociology)

    Title: Staff Papers (Resource Economics & Environmental Sociology)
    Creator: ERA Administrator
    Description: The purpose of the Resource Economics and Environmental Sociology "Staff Paper" series is to provide a forum to accelerate the presentation of issues, concepts, ideas and research results within the academic and professional community. Staff Papers are published without peer review.
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