No 2019:10: On extreme perception bias
Imelda Molina, Emrico Aguilar and Klarizze Puzon
No 2019:9: Can common ownership prevent the tragedy of the commons? An experimental investigation
Klarizze Puzon and Marc Willinger
No 2019:8: Household Preferences for Load Restrictions: Is There an Effect of Pro-Environmental Framing?
Thomas Broberg, Aemiro Melkamu Daniel and Lars Persson
No 2019:6: On the Formulation of the Alternative Scenario in Cost-Benefit Analysis
Per-Olov Johansson and Bengt Kriström
No 2019:5: Intermittency and Pricing Flexibility in Electricity Markets
Jurate Jaraite, Andrius Kazukauskas, Runar Brännlund, Chandra Kiran and Bengt Kriström
No 2019:4: Hourly demand for electricity in Sweden: Implications for load, welfare and emissions
Amin Karimu, Chandra Kiran B. Krishnamurthy and Mattias Vesterberg
No 2019:3: Using an Integrated Choice and Latent Variable Model to Understand the Impact of “Professional” Respondents in a Stated Preference Survey
Erlend Dancke Sandorf, Lars Persson and Thomas Broberg
No 2019:2: Gone fishing: The value of recreational fishing in Sweden
Ola Carlén, Göran Bostedt, Runar Brännlund and Lars Persson
No 2019:1: Planning on a wider scale – Swedish forest owners’ preferences for landscape policy attributes
Göran Bostedt, Astrid Zabel and Hans Ekvall
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