“Key dimensions of Arctic economies: subsistence, mixed, market, and their relative context”, Lara Johannsdottir and David Cook

TEPSA is happy to present its new policy brief “Key dimensions of Arctic economies: subsistence, mixed, market, and their relative context”, written by Lara Johannsdottir, a professor within the Environment and Natural Resources Graduate Programme, University of Iceland. David Cook is a post-doc within same department of the University of Iceland.

Abstract:
The Arctic region is sparsely populated with specific structures of economies operating within certain institutional, environmental, social, and cultural contexts. This Brief explores the different types of Arctic economies and their context that needs to be understood if economic development in the region is to be sustainable and links it to the EU Arctic policy.