EP8119 - Industrial Ecology and Input Output Analysis


Examination arrangement

Examination arrangement: Oral examination and Work
Grade: Passed/Failed

Evaluation form Weighting Duration Examination aids Grade deviation
Oral examination 50/100
Work 50/100

Course content

This course bulids on the masterlevel course TEP4222 Input-Output analysis, trade and environment.

Environmental input-output analysis is becoming increasingly important to assess our production and consumption practices. The objective of this course is to provide insight into advanced input-output based approaches and applications within the field of industrial ecology.

The course will be given in a series of six seminars. Each seminar going through a set of journal articles on a specific topic or methodology. The seminars will address classical approaches as the Leontief’s augmented model as well as recent state-of-the-art methods like the Waste-Input-Output Framework and the World Trade Model.

Learning outcome

An understanding of production systems and international value chains is increasingly important for industry and policy makers alike. This course covers national economic and environmental accounts, economic input-output analysis, the economic modeling of production technologies and the development of scenarios using input-output models, as well as trade. The course includes an introduction to Matlab.

Learning methods and activities

The course consists of six compulsory seminars and one compulsory hand in. The course reading is mandatory. The seminars are held in English. For coninuation exam, the exam may be changed to an oral exam. To pass the course a score of at least 70 percent is required.

Course materials

To be announced


Examination arrangement: Oral examination and Work

Term Statuskode Evaluation form Weighting Examination aids Date Time Room *
Autumn ORD Work 50/100
Autumn ORD Oral examination 50/100 2015-12-07 09:00
Spring ORD Work 50/100
Spring ORD Oral examination 50/100 2016-05-23
  • * The location (room) for a written examination is published 3 days before examination date.
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