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Mads Greaker

Degree
Ph. D Economics
Position
Head of Research
Phone
+4721094867
Mobile
40020986
E-mail
Mads.Greaker@ssb.no
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About Mads Greaker

My research interests are design of climate agreements, climate policy and induced tehnological change, and moreover, trade and the environment.

Selected publications

  1. Greaker M. and K. Midttømme: Optimal Environmental Policy with Network Effects: Will Pigovian Taxation Lead to Excess Inertia?
    Authors
    Mads Greaker
    K. Midttømme
  2. Greaker M. and J.J. Andersen : The fiscal incentive of Cap and Trade: Carbon permits may be to cheap and developed countries may abate too little
    Authors
    Mads Greaker
    J.J. Andersen
  3. Greaker M., Fischer, C. and K. E. Rosendahl: Robust Policies against Emission Leakage: The Case for Upstream Subsidies
    Authors
    Mads Greaker
    Fischer, C.
    K. E. Rosendahl
  4. Greaker M., T. R. Heggedal and K. E. Rosendahl: On the rationale for directing R&D to zero emission technologies, CREE
    Authors
    Mads Greaker
    T. R. Heggedal
    K. E. Rosendahl
  5. Greaker M., K.E. Rosendahl and M. Hoel (2014): Does a renewable fuel standard for biofuels reduce climate costs?
    Authors
    Mads Greaker
    K.E. Rosendahl
    M. Hoel
  6. Trade Policies for Biofuels, Journal of Environment & Development, 2012
    Authors
    Håkan Eggert, Mads Greaker
  7. Greaker M. and Rosendahl K.E.(2008): Environmental policy with upstream pollution abatement technology firms, Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, 56, 246-259
    Authors
    Mads Greaker
    Knut Einar Rosendahl
  8. Carbon capture and storage technologies in the European power market, Energy Journal, 2011
    Authors
    Rolf Golombek, Mads Greaker, Sverre A.C. Kittelsen, Ole Røgeberg, Finn Roar Aune
  9. Lock-in and the transition to hydrogen cars: Should governments intervene?, The B.E. Journal of Economic Analysis and Policy 10-1 (Contributions), 2010
    Authors
    Mads Greaker, Tom-Reiel Heggedal
  10. Optimal CO2 abatement and technological change: Should emission taxes start high in order to spur R&D? , Climatic Change, 2009
    Authors
    Mads Greaker, Lise-Lotte Pade
  11. and Greaker M.(2007): From natural resources and environmental accounting to construction of indicators for sustainable development, Ecological Economics, 61, 600-610
    Authors
    Mads Greaker
  12. Greaker M. and (2008): Explaining experience curves for new energy technologies: A case study of liquefied natural gas, Energy Economics, 30, 2899-2911
    Authors
    Mads Greaker
  13. Greaker M.(2006): Eco-labels, Trade and Protectionism, Environmental and Resource Economics, 33, 1-37
    Author
    Mads Greaker
  14. Greaker M.(2006): Spillovers in the Development of New, Pollution Abatement Technology: A New Look at the Porter Hypothesis, Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, 52, 411-420
    Author
    Mads Greaker
  15. Trade, GMOs and Environmental Risk: Are Current Policies Likely to Improve Welfare?, Environmental and Resource Economics, 2011
    Authors
    H. Eggert, M. Greaker
  16. Carbon Taxes and Innovation without Commitment , The B.E. Journal of Economic Analysis and Policy (Topics), 2010
    Authors
    Rolf Golombek, Mads Greaker, Michael Hoel
  17. Emissions leakage and subsidies for pollution abatement. Pay the polluter or the supplier of the remedy?, Discussion paper 708, Statistics Norway, 2012
    Authors
    Carolyn Fischer, Mads Greaker, Knut Einar Rosendahl
  18. Policies for second generation biofuels, Report 24, Statistics Norway, 2011
    Authors
    Håkan Eggert, Mads Greaker, Emily Potter
  19. Incentives for environmental R&D, CREE Working Paper 1, 2011
    Authors
    Mads Greaker, Michael Hoel
  20. A Comment on the Environment and Technical Change, Discussion paper 713, Statistics Norway, 2011
    Authors
    Mads Greaker, Tom-Reiel Heggedal