Institute for Ecological Economy Research

Founding Year: 1985

Staff: 79

Budget:

Thomas Korbun (Scientific Director)

The IÖW is a “scientific institute in the field of practice-oriented sustainability research.” It works to devise “strategies and approaches for viable, long-term economic activity – for an economy which enables a good life and preserves natural resources.”

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Institute for Ecological Economy Research contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals


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