Copenhagen Centre for Development Research is a group of social science researchers working with development issues. The Centre is located at the Department of Food and Resource Economics at the University of Copenhagen. The primary aim of the centre is to deliver high-quality and policy relevant development research and to actively engage in ongoing policy debates.
Research projects are often done in collaboration with researchers and universities in developing countries. The Department of Food and Resource Economics is the host of Copenhagen Centre for Development Research.
MSAP is a network of which the main aim is to establish a forum for scientific exchange and cooperation between leading researchers and practitioners within the fields of Management Science and Production Economics.
MSAP brings together knowledge from the academic world and the relevant industries for mutual benefit. It aims to provide an ideal basis for the training of young researchers as well as the diffusion of knowledge for relevant groups within both the public and private sector.
NELN+ aims at promoting high level research training and research co-operation focusing on how to regulate environmental problems, including climate change issues.
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CeBRA was from 2000 to 2012 a cross-institutional centre for interdisciplinary research and communication regarding ethical aspects of scientific research, particularly within agriculture and natural resources. It is now completely embedded in IFRO.
IFRO-run centres and networks
Department of Food and Resource Economics (IFRO) is engaged in several research centres and networks which reach across institutions. To the left you can find links to the centres and networks which are managed from IFRO and have their main base and activities at the department.