Magnus Hennlock is a research fellow at the Department of Economics, University of Gothenburg. His research is largely about the design of environmental policy instrument in developed and developing countries concerning areas such as climate change, pollution control and natural resource economics. A major interest is in combining theory of environmental policy instruments and policymaking.
Daniel Johansson completed his PhD at the Division of Physical Resource Theory, Department of Energy and Environment, Chalmers University of Technology. He has held a post-doc at the Environmental Economics Unit, Department of Economics, School of Business, Economics and Law, Göteborg University.
Anna Nordén is an Assistant Professor in Economics at Jönköping International Business School (JIBS), Jönköping University. Her specialization is in environmental policy and behavioral economics with focus on aspects of policy instruments for sustainable development and their relation to human behavior and decision making.
Efthymia Kyriakopoulou is a Research Fellow at the Environmental Economics Unit, University of Gothenburg and Visiting Researcher at the Beijer Institute of Ecological Economics, Royal Swedish Academy of Science, Stockholm.
Katarina Nordblom is an associate professor and currently the Head of Department at the Department of Economics, University of Gothenburg. Her research is primarily in behavioral and public economics, and the interface of the two.
Martin Persson currently holds a Assistant Professor position at the Physical Resource Theory group, Department of Energy & Environment at Chalmers University of Technology. He has a background in environmental science and earned his PhD with a thesis on the economics of climate change and climate policy, with a special focus on non-CO2 greenhouse gases and tropical deforestation.
Daniel Slunge, PhD, is a researcher and policy analyst at the Gothenburg Centre for Environment and Sustainability (GMV).
Olof Drakenberg is Senior expert advisor, Sida’s Helpdesk for Environment and Climate Change, Centre for Environment and Sustainability, GMV
Conny Wollbrant is interested in pro-social behavior and the processes self-control. In particular, he is interested in problems wherein a short term stable preference conflicts with with visceral influences. My work so far explores how individuals go about identifying self-control conflict and what behavioral outcomes might be observed.
Jesper Stage was Research Officer for the EfD initiative from January 2007 until July 2008. His research has mainly been on agricultural issues and towards nature tourism, in both cases mostly oriented towards developing countries. He gained his PhD from Umeå University in 2003 and and is now professor of economics at the Luleå University of Technology.