University of Bergen
Prof. dr. P.I. Davidsen
Prof. dr. P.I. Davidsen received his academic degree from the University of Bergen in 1983. His professional career started at the same university. From 1983 until 1991 Professor Davidsen was employed as an associate Professor, from 1991 onwards he served as a professor for the Department of Information Science and for the Department of Geography. He guest lectured at Chalmers Technical University, Gothenburg Sweden, the University of Minnesota and the Mikkeli Polytechnic Institute in Finland. For the Erasmus program he gave seminars at the University of Palermo, Seville, Brandenburg and Goteborg.
Prof. dr. E. Moxnes
Prof E. Moxnes is a professor at the Department of Geography at the University of Bergen. In 1982 he completed his PhD in Engineering Sciences from the Resource Policy Center at Dartmouth College which is located in the United States. His main interest lies in understanding why the presumably best policies are often ignored in practical decision-making. By using laboratory experiments among students and professionals he has contributed to the emerging literature on misperceptions of dynamic systems (MODS). For his article on fishery management in Management Science he received the Jay W. Forrester Award.
Dr. D. Wheat
Dr. D. Wheat holds a Master's degree in Public Policy from Harvard University, in the United States. In 2007 he received the title of doctor of Philosophy in System Dynamics for his study at the University of Bergen. In addition to his position as an associate professor at the University of Bergen he teaches distance learning courses in macroeconomics and microeconomics to U.S. students at Virginia Western Community College, using an interactive computer simulation model of the U.S. economy called MacroLab. Moreover, he teaches an SD-based applied microeconomics course to graduate students at ISM University of Management and Economics in Lithuania. In 2007 he received the Dana Meadows Award.
Interdisciplinary Model-based Policy Design I (10 ECs)
Interdisciplinary Model-based Policy Design II (10 ECs)
System Dynamics Modelling Process I (10 ECs)
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