Research • 2019-07-10
The Mäler Scholarship, launched with support from the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency, Sida, is intended for researchers from the Regional Networks in Environmental Economics, CEEPA, EEPSEA, LACEEP, SANDEE, to support the networks in creating increased capacity in their respective regions to use ecological economics for analysing environment and development issues.
The scholarship allows researchers to spend up to six months at the Beijer Institute preparing manuscripts based on their existing research and developing new projects in collaboration with Beijer Institute researchers. In our Annual Reports you can read more about former Mäler Scholars.
The Mäler Scholarship is named after Professor Karl-Göran Mäler, professor in Economics with focus on Environmental and Resource economics, and Director of the Beijer Institute 1992-2007. During Karl-Göran’s leadership the Beijer Institute worked intensely with capacity building in environmental and resource economics in developing countries, and it was instrumental in creating three of the Regional Networks in Environmental Economics: LACEEP, SANDEE and CEEPA/RANESA.
How to apply
The Mäler Scholarship program was paused during the Covid-19 pandemic. Information on a possible continuation will be posted on this page.