The University Of Glasgow was founded in 1451. The Institute of Biodiversity, Animal Health and Comparative Medicine is a large, inter-disciplinary research institute within the University, which also engages in masters’ teaching and PhD supervision. The Environmental Economics and One Health research group, located within the Institute, is focussed on applying economics within an inter-disciplinary setting. Main research areas include economics of biodiversity management and policy, the design of Payment for Ecosystem Service policies; invasive species; the links between animal health, ecosystem health and human wellbeing; anti-microbial resistance; and biodiversity offset markets.

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