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Cathrine Hagem

Degree
Dr.polit.
Position
Senior Researcher
Phone
+4721094313
Mobile
+47 95045115
E-mail
Cathrine.Hagem@ssb.no
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About Cathrine Hagem

My main research interest is environmental and energy economics, with special emphasis on global warming and renewable energy. My Research includes: Design of international agreements to combat global warming, and domestic implementation of international commitments; cost-effectiveness and distribution of burdens of varies green policy instruments; the impact of fossil energy policy on global emissions; renewable energy policies and the energy markets.

 

Selected publications

  1. Fæhn T., Hagem C., Lindholt L., S. Mæland and Rosendahl K.E. (2016): Climate policies in a fossil fuel producing country, Demand versus supply side policies, Energy Journal, 38 1, 77-102
    Authors
    Taran Fæhn
    Cathrine Hagem
    Lars Lindholt
    S. Mæland
    Knut Einar Rosendahl
  2. Greaker M. and Hagem C.(2014): Strategic investment in climate friendly technologies: The impact of global emissions trading, Environmental and Resource Economics, 59, 65-85
    Authors
    Mads Greaker
    Cathrine Hagem
  3. Hagem C.(2013): Incentives for Strategic Behavior in the Permit Market, Strategic Behavior and the Environment, 3 3, 149-167
    Author
    Cathrine Hagem
  4. Hagem C.(2011): The European Union's potential for strategic emissions trading through permit sales contracts, Resource and Energy Economics, 33 1, 247-267
    Author
    Cathrine Hagem
  5. Implementing the EU renewable target through green certificate markets, Discussion Paper 630, 2010
    Authors
    Finn Roar Aune, Hanne Marit Dalen, Cathrine Hagem
  6. Hagem C.(2009): The clean development mechanism versus international permit trading: The effect on technological change, Resource and Energy Economics, 31 1, 1-12
    Author
    Cathrine Hagem
  7. Hagem C. and H. Westskog (2009): Allocating Tradable Permits on the Basis of Market Price to Achieve Cost Effectiveness, Environmental and Resource Economics, 42 2, 139-149
    Authors
    Cathrine Hagem
    H. Westskog
  8. Hagem C. and H. Westskog (2008): Intertemporal Emission Trading with a Dominant Agent; How does a restriction on borrowing affect efficiency?, Environmental and Research Economics, 40 2, 217-233
    Authors
    Cathrine Hagem
    H. Westskog
  9. Market Power with Interdependent Demand: Sale of Emission Permits and Natural Gas from Russia, Environmental and Resource Economics, 2006
    Authors
    Cathrine Hagem, Hege Westskog
  10. Russian exports of emission permits under the Kyoto Protocol: the interplay with non-competitive fuel markets, Resource and Energy Economics, 2006
    Authors
    Cathrine Hagem, Ottar Maestad
  11. The merits of non-tradable quotas as a domestic policy instrument to prevent firm closure, Resource and Energy Economics, 2003
    Authors
    Cathrine Hagem
  12. The Design of a Dynamic Tradeable Quota System under Market Imperfections, Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, 1998
    Authors
    Cathrine Hagem, Hege Westskog
  13. Joint implementation under asymmetric information and strategic behavior, Environmental and Resource Economics, 1996
    Authors
    Cathrine Hagem
  14. Efficient incomplete international climate agreements, Resource and Energy Economics, 1995
    Authors
    Rolf Golombek, Catherine Hagem, Michael Hoel