Section for Environment and Natural Resources
Rolighedsvej 23, 1958 Frb. C, Gammel Bygning stuen, Building: AD105
Thomas Lundhede has been working with valuation of non-marketed environmental goods and services using both revealed and stated preference methods. His work has also targeted understanding reasons for peoples’ preferences for non-marketed services and what might influence those. Recently, he has worked with mapping of ecosystem services in relation to forests in Denmark.
His research interests also comprises of analysis of environmental aspects of marketed goods, economics of applied forest and nature management. Moreover, modelling production systems and economic analysis of multifunctional ecosystems and joint production characteristics are part of his research. Thomas Lundhede is affiliated with the Center for Macroecology, Evolution and Climate.