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Alpízar, Francisco, Fredrik Carlsson and Peter Martinsson. 2003. “Using Choice Experiments for Non-Market Valuation.” Economic Issues 8:1: 83-110.
Carlsson, Fredrik and Olof Johansson-Stenman. 2003. “Costs and Benefits of Electric Vehicles: A 2010 Perspective.” Journal of Transport Economics and Policy 37:1: 1-28.
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Carlsson, Fredrik. 2002. “Environmental Charges in Airline Markets .” Transportation Research Part D 7:1: 57-73.
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Stage, Jesper. 2001. “Decomposition of Namibian energy intensity.” South African Journal of Economics 69:4: 698-707.
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Carlsson, Fredrik and Peter Martinsson. 2001. “Willingness to Pay for a Reduction in Air Pollution: A Multilevel Analysis.” Environmental Economics and Policy Studies 4:1: 17-27.
Köhlin, Gunnar and William Hyde. 2000. “Social Forestry Reconsidered.” Silva Fennica 34:3: 285-314.
Carlsson, Fredrik and Olof Johansson-Stenman. 2000. “Willingness to Pay for Improved Air Quality in Sweden.” Applied Economics 32:6: 661-670.
Carlsson, Fredrik. 2000. “Environmental Taxation and Strategic Commitment in Duopoly Models.” Environmental and Resource Economics 15:3: 243-256.
Eggert, Håkan and Mats Ulmestrand. 1999. “A Bioeconomic Analysis of the Swedish Fishery for Norway Lobster (Nephrops norvegicus).” Marine Resource Economics 14: 225-244.
Whittington D., Mu X. & Roche R. (1990). Calculating the Value of Time Spent Collecting Water: Some estimates for Ukunda, Kenya. World Development, 18, 2, 269-280.
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'Participatory' Research for Development Projects: A Comparison of the Community Meeting and Household survey Techniques
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Mekonnen, Alemu. 1999. “Rural Household Biomass Fuel Production and Consumption in Ethiopia: A Case Study .” Journal of Forest Economics 5:1: 69-97.
Eggert, H. 1998. ”Bioeconomic Analysis and Management: The case of fisheries”. Environmental and Resource Economics Vol.11, Nos.3-4.