Division of Bioeconomics KU Leuven
The Division of Bioeconomics has three main research lines:
- poverty reduction and economic growth in poor countries and the sustainable and efficient use of natural resource to realize pro-poor growth;
- the transition towards a sustainable bio-based economy;
- the link between economic and ecological models by refining functions of socio-economic drivers that are used to model resource use change and changes in ...
Department of History Ghent University
Sinology, Leuven KU Leuven
Sinology at KULeuven includes the following three domains of research: 1. CLASSICAL CHINESE PHILOSOPHY (Zhou en Han Dynasties): * An analysis of the 'Xunzi' as a culmination of early Chinese philosophical debates; * The ethic-religious core chapters of 'Mozi': a textual analysis of the three-fold structure; * A study of the 'Xunzi'; * Paradoxes in early taoist writings: a philosophical and textual analysis; * From normative language to ...
Architecture and Society KU Leuven
The division ‘Architecture and Society’ stands at the crossroads between engineering and the architectural sciences on the one hand, and the humanities and social sciences on the other, and uses a broad variety of relevant methodologies from these fields in an interdisciplinary perspective. Its research ranges from theory to practice and experimentation, across all spatial scales from the building element to the territorial, and through time ...