Fischer, Carolyn and Thomas Sterner. 2012. “Climate Policy, Uncertainty, and the Role of Technological Innovation.” Journal of public Economic Theory 14:2: 285-309.
The Environmental Economics Unit (EEU) at the University of Gothenburg is the Swedish node in the EfD network. The Environmental Economics Unit is the initiator of the EfD. The EEU manages the initiative and supports the EfD centers through the EfD Secretariat.
Fischer, Carolyn, Asbjorn Torvanger, Manish Kumar Shrivastara, Thomas Sterner and Peter Stigson. 2012. “How Should Support for Climate-Friendly Technologies Be Designed?.” AMBIO 41:1: 33-45.
Sahlén, Linda and Jesper Stage. 2012. “Environmental fiscal reform in Namibia – a potential approach to reduce poverty?.” Journal of Environment and Development 21:2: 219-243.
Kocher, Martin, Peter Martinsson and Martine Visser. 2012. “Social Background, Cooperative Behavior, and Norm Enforcement.” Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization 81:2: 341-355.
Eggert, Håkan. 2012. “The Centenary of Jens Warming’s Optimal Landing Tax in Fisheries.” Marine Resource Economics 27:1: 107-110.
Kocher, Martin, Peter Martinsson and Martine Visser. 2012. “Social capital, cooperative behavior and norm-enforcement.” Journal of Economic Behaviour and organization 81:2: 341-354.
Persson, Martin. 2012. “Conserve or convert? Pan-tropical modeling of REDD–bioenergy competition.” Biological Conservation 146: 81-88.
Persson, Martin, Eskil Mattsson, Madelene Ostwald and S.P. Nissanka. 2012. “REDD+ readiness implications for Sri Lanka in terms of reducing deforestation.” Journal of Environmental Management 100:15: 29-40.
Löfgren, Åsa, Peter Martinsson, Magnus Hennlock and Thomas Sterner. 2012. “Are experienced people affected by a pre-set default option—Results from a field experiment.” Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 63:1: 66-72.
Johansson, Daniel, Magnus Hennlock and Thomas Sterner. 2012. “The Fossil Endgame: Strategic Oil Price Discrimination and Carbon Taxation.” Journal of Environmental Economics and Policy 1:1: 48-69.
Fischer, Carolyn, Lars Zetterberg, Markus Wråke, Thomas Sterner and Dallas Burtraw. 2012. “Short-Run Allocation of Emissions Allowances and Long-Term Goals for Climate Policy.” AMBIO 41:1: 23-32.
Damon, Maria and Thomas Sterner. 2011. “Green Growth in the Post-Copenhagen Climate Energy Policy.” Energy Policy 39:11: 7165-7173.
Coria, Jessica and Thomas Sterner. 2011. “Natural Resource Management: Challenges and Policy Options.” Annual Review of Resource Economics 3: 203-230.
Stage, Jesper, Mintewab Bezabih and Muyeye Chambwera. 2011. “Climate Change and Total Factor Productivity in the Tanzanian Economy.” Climate Policy 11:6: 1289-1302.
Formal microlending and adverse (or non-existent) selection: A case study of shrimp farmers in Bangladesh
Stage, Jesper, Camilla Andersson, Erik Holmgren and James MacGregor. 2011. “Formal microlending and adverse (or non-existent) selection: A case study of shrimp farmers in Bangladesh.” Applied Economics 43:28: 4203-4211.
Sterner, Thomas. 2012. “Distributional effects of taxing transport fuel.” Energy Policy 41: 75-83.
Eggert, Håkan and Viktoria Kahui. 2012. “Reference-dependent behaviour of paua (abalone) divers in New Zealand.” Applied Economics 45:12: 1571-1582.
Coria, Jessica and Magnus Hennlock. 2012. “Taxes, permits and costly policy response to technological change.” Environmental Economics and Policy Studies 14:1: 35-60.
Sterner, Thomas and Jessica Coria. 2011. “Policy Instruments for Environmental and Natural Resource Management” Routledge RFF Press.
Alem, Yonas and Måns Söderbom. 2013. “Household-Level Consumption in Urban Ethiopia: The Effects of a Large Food Price Shock.” World Development 40:1: 146-162.
What Do Respondents Bring to Contingent Valuation? A Comparison of Monetary and Labor Payment Vehicles
Vondolia, Kofi, Håkan Eggert, Jesper Stage and Nåvrud Stale. 2011. “What Do Respondents Bring to Contingent Valuation? A Comparison of Monetary and Labor Payment Vehicles.” EfD Discussion Paper 11.
Whittington, Dale and Adamowicz Wiktor. 2011. “The Use of Hypothetical Baselines in Stated Preference Surveys.” EfD Discussion Paper 11.
Coria, Jessica and Enrique Calfucura. 2012. “Ecotourism and the development of indigenous communities: The good, the bad, and the ugly.” Ecological Economics 73:15: 47-55.
Johansson, Daniel, Hedenus Fredrik and Thomas Sterner. 2011. “The future of oil in a carbon constrained world” .
Sterner, Thomas. Sterner, Thomas ed. 2011. Fuel Taxes and the Poor Published by Routledge Taylor&Francis Group.
Treatment effects of Climate Change risk on mitigation and adaptation behaviour in an experimental setting
Visser, Martine and Åsa Löfgren. 2012. “Treatment effects of Climate Change risk on mitigation and adaptation behaviour in an experimental setting.” South African Journal of Economics 80:3: 415-430.
Sterner, Thomas, Editor, "Fuel Taxes and the Poor, The Distributional Effects of Gasoline Taxation and Their Implications for Climate Policy" (2011) Routledge. Published by RFF Press with Environment for Development initiative.
Should we tax or let firms trade emissions? An experimental analysis with policy implications for developing countries
Coria, Jessica, Clara Inés Villegas Palacio and Juan Camilo Cárdenas. 2011. “Should we tax or let firms trade emissions? An experimental analysis with policy implications for developing countries” Working papers in Economics - Gothenburg University :516
Carlsson, Fredrik, Elina Lampi, Åsa Löfgren, Ping Qin, Thomas Sterner, Susie Chung, Mitesh Kataria and Alan Krupnick. 2010. “A Fair Share - Burden-Sharing Preferences in the United States and China” Working papers in Economics , No. 471, University of Gothenburg
Gebreegziabher, Zenebe, Jesper Stage, Alemu Mekonnen and Atlaw Alemu. 2011. “Climate Change and the Ethiopian Economy: A Computable General Equilibrium Analysis.” EfD Discussion Paper 11.
Köhlin, Gunnar, Erin O. Sills, Subhrendu K. Pattanayak, Christopher Wilfong, August 2011, "Energy, Gender and Development - What are the Linkages? Where is the Evidence?" The World Bank Social Development Working Papers - Paper No. 125, A b
Does Positional Concern Matter in Poor Societies? Evidence from a Survey Experiment in Rural Ethiopia
Martinsson, Peter, Haileselassie Medhin and Alpaslan Akay. 2011. “Does Positional Concern Matter in Poor Societies? Evidence from a Survey Experiment in Rural Ethiopia.” World Development 40:2: 428-435.
Akay, Alpaslan, Peter Martinsson, Haileselassie Medhin, and Stefan Trautmann, 2010, "Attitudes Toward Uncertainty Among the Poor: Evidence from Rural Ethiopia", Theory and Decision, doi: 10.1007/s11238-011-9250-y.
Slunge, Daniel, Anders Ekbom, Paul Guthiga, Wilfred Nyangena and Fernando Loayza. 2011. “Can Strategic Environmental and Social Assessment of REDD+ Improve Forest Governance?” Working papers in Economics - Gothenburg University 493
What do respondents bring into contingent valuation? A comparison of monetary and labour payment vehicles
Vondolia, Kofi. 2011. “What do respondents bring into contingent valuation? A comparison of monetary and labour payment vehicles” Working papers in Economics - Gothenburg University 508
Vondolia, Kofi. 2011. “Nudging Boserup? The impact of fertilizer subsidies on investment in soil and water conservation” Working papers in Economics - Gothenburg University :509
Martinsson, Peter and Alpaslan Akay. 2011. “Does Relative Income Matter for the Very Poor? Evidence from Rural Ethiopia.” Economics Letters 110: 213-215.
Johansson-Stenman, Olof, Peter Martinsson and Minhaj Mahmud. 2011. “Saving lives versus life-years in rural Bangladesh: an ethical preferences approach.” Health Economics 20:6: 723-736.
Afsah, Shakeb and Kendyl Salcito. 2011. “Fate of China’s CO2 Sealed with its Currency Regime, CO2 Scorecard Group - Powered by Performeks Analytics.” Policy Brief
Afsah, Shakeb and Michael Aller. 2010. “CO2 Discrepancies between Top Data Reporters Create a Quandary for Policy Analysis.” Policy Brief
Shakeb Afsah and Kendyl Salcito (2011, The World Bank's Coal Electricity Headache, CO2 Scorecard Group - Powered by Performeks Analytics
Fernando Loayza, Daniel Slunge, Rob Verheem, Anna Axelsson (2011), Greening Growth Greening Growth Environmental Assessment of Sector Reforms, Environment Notes, Nr 7, May 2011, Environment Department, The World Bank
Carlsson, Fredrik, Elina Lampi and Peter Martinsson. 2011. “Subjective well-being among preadolescents - Evidence from urban China” Working papers in Economics - Gothenburg University :500
Löfgren, Åsa, David Andersson, and Anna Widerberg. 2011. “Attitudes to Personal Carbon Allowances” Working papers in Economics - Gothenburg University :505
Eggert, Håkan, Mads Greaker and Emily potter. 2011. “Policies for second generation biofuels: Current status and future challenges” Working papers in Economics - Gothenburg University 501
Funding a New Bridge in Rural Vietnam: A field experiment on conditional cooperation and default contributions
Carlsson, Fredrik, Olof Johansson-Stenman and Pham Khanh Nam. 2011. “Funding a New Bridge in Rural Vietnam: A field experiment on conditional cooperation and default contributions” Working papers in Economics - Gothenburg University 503
Sustainable Agricultural Practices and Agricultural Productivity in Ethiopia: Does Agroecology Matter?
Kassie, Menale, Precious Zikhali, John Pender and Gunnar Köhlin. 2011. “Sustainable Agricultural Practices and Agricultural Productivity in Ethiopia: Does Agroecology Matter?.” EfD Discussion Paper 11.
Bluffstone, Randall A. and Gunnar Köhlin, Editors, "Agricultural Investment and Productivity - Building Sustainability in East Africa" (2011), Routledge. Published by RFF Press.