Scandinavian Working Papers in Economics

CERE Working Papers,
CERE - the Center for Environmental and Resource Economics

2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018

No 2016:20: Recreational Fishing in Sweden in 2013 - Scope and value
Ola Carlén, Göran Bostedt, Lars Persson and Runar Brännlund

No 2016:19: A general equilibrium cost-bene t rule for green certi ficates
Bengt Kriström

No 2016:18: Priorities and preferences in the implementation of the European Water Framework Directive - A case study of the river Alsterån
Kristina Ek and Lars Persson

No 2016:17: Swedish no-take zones for fishing from an economic perspective – an empirical analysis
Göran Bostedt, Runar Brännlund, Ola Carlén, Fredrik Gisselman and Lars Persson

No 2016:16: The economics of the European Water Framework Directive – A retrospective remark focusing on Sweden
Kristina Ek and Lars Persson

No 2016:15: When financial imperfections are not the problem, but the solution
Maria Arvaniti and Andrés Carvajal

No 2016:14: Tradable Permits in Cost–Benefit Analysis. A Numerical Illustration
Per-Olov Johansson

No 2016:13: On the Treatment of Emissions Trading and Green and White Certificates in Cost–Benefit Analysis
Per-Olov Johansson

No 2016:12: Another Solution for Allais Paradox: Preference Imprecision, Dispersion and Pessimism
Oben K. Bayrak

No 2016:11: Uncertainty, Extreme Outcomes and Climate Change: a critique
Maria Arvaniti

No 2016:10: Explaining the Interplay of Three Markets: Green Certificates, Carbon Emissions and Electricity
Sandra Schusser and Jurate Jaraite

No 2016:9: Who adopts LPG as the main cooking fuel and why? Empirical evidence on Ghana based on national survey
Amin Karimu, Justice Tei Mensah and George Adu

No 2016:8: Energy Intensity and Convergence in Swedish Industry: A Combined Econometric and Decomposition Analysis
Amin Karimu, Runar Brännlund, Tommy Lundgren and Patrik Söderholm

No 2016:7: Fiskefria områden ur ett samhällsekonomiskt perspektiv: En konceptuell analys
Göran Bostedt, Runar Brännlund, Ola Carlén and Lars Persson

No 2016:6: Pricing Forest Carbon: Implications of Asymmetry in Climate Policy
Mathilda Eriksson, Runar Brännlund and Tommy Lundgren

No 2016:5: Mitigating Climate Change with Forest Climate Tools
Mathilda Eriksson

No 2016:4: When Not in the Best of Worlds: Uncertainty and Forest Carbon Sequestration
Mathilda Eriksson and Anders Vesterberg

No 2016:3: Time substitution for environmental performance: The case of Sweden manufacturing
Moriah Bostian, Rolf Färe, Shawna Grosskopf, Tommy Lundgren and William L. Weber

No 2016:2: Perceptions and inattention in private electricity consumption
Andrius Kazukauskas and Thomas Broberg

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