Publications

Beijer Occasional Papers

The Beijer Occasional papers is a forum intended for policy documents, workshop proceedings, student papers etc. and can be ordered by e-mailing beijer@beijer.kva.se

Student papers from the PhD course(2005):Ecology and Environmental Management
Wei Jiegen, Innocent Kabenga, Ping Qin and Precious Zikhali. 2005.

Gone Fishing to the Stockholm-Roslagen Archipelago – Results From Surveys on Anglers' Travels, Catches and Habits
Åsa Soutukorva and Tore Söderqvist. 2005

A Survey of Studies on the Economic Value of Environmental Change in Sweden

Student papers from the PhD course (2003): Ecology and Environmental Management
Participants: Rahimaisa D. Abdula, Wisdom Akpalu, and Mintewab Bezabih. 2003.

Global Warming
Hirofumi Uzawa. 2001.

Student papers from the PhD course(2001): Ecology and Environmental Management
Participants: Björn Olsson, Mahmud Yesuf, Minhaj Mahmud, Astrid Nunez, Nasima Chowdhury, Wagayhu Bekele, Razack Backari, Wilfred Nyangena and Sandra Lerda. 2001.

Human Well-Being and the Natural Environment
Partha Dasgupta, 2000

Valuing Objects and Evaluating Policies:
Partha Dasgupta, 2000

How to bring Ecological Services into Integrated Water Resources Management
Stockholm 15-17 November 1999

Background papers presented at the Workshop for the Beijer Institute-Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute Project on Marine Fisheries, Wood Hole June 21-23, 1999

Studentpapers from the P.h.D course: Ecology and Environmental Management
Francisco Alpizar, Edwin Muchapondwa, Eseza Kateregga, and Hala Abou-Ali

Ecological-Economic Analysis of Wetland Creation in Sweden
Final report on the Swedish case study in the research project Ecological-Economic Analysis of Wetlands: Functions, Values and Dynamics (ECOWET). Tore Söderqvist, Anne-Sophie Crépin, Carl Folke, Ing-Marie Gren, Åsa Jansson, Therese Lindahl, Jakob Lundberg, Mikael Sandström, Henrik Scharin, Olof Byström and Georgia Destouni

Property Rights and Fisheries Management
Guest Editor: Bonnie J. McCay. Part of the program Property Rights and the Performance of Natural Resource Systems, organised by The Beijer International Institute of Ecological Economics

Wetlands: Landscape and Institutional PerspectivesProceedings of the 4th Workshop of the Global Wetlands Economics Network (GWEN)
Beijer International Institute of Ecological Economics, The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, 16-17 November 1997, Editor: Tore Söderqvist

The Cost of Eutrophication from Salmon Farming: -A Debate
-The Cost of Eutrophication from Salmon Farming: Implications for Policy: Carl Folke, Nils Kautsky, Max Troell -The Cost of Eutrophication from Salmon Farming: - A Comment E. Black, R. Gowen, H. Rosental, E. Roth, D. Stechy and F.J.R. Taylor -Salmon Farming in Context: Response to Black et al. Carl Folke, Nils Kautsky and Max Troell

Politics and Economics of Baltic Sea Environmental Regulation Enforcement
Proceedings of a workshop at Beijer International Institute of Ecological Economics, The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, 28-29 April, 1997. Editors: Katarina Eckerberg, Ing-Marie Gren and Tore Söderqvist

Summary of the discussion at the meeting on: Incremental Costs and Biodiversity Conservation

Economic Growth, Carrying Capacity and the Environment
Responses on the Arrow et al Science Article Reprinted from:Economic Growth, Carrying Capacity, and the Environment K. Arrow, B. Bolin, R. Costanza, P. Dasgupta, C. Folke, C.S. Holling, B.-O. Jansson, S. Levin, K.G. Mäler, C. Perrings, 1995. Science Vol. 268: 520-521, (1995). Forum: Ecological Economics 1995, 15: 89-147 Forum: Ecological Applications 1996, 6: 12-32 Forum: Environment and Development Economics 1996, 1: 103-137

Ekonomisk värdering av miljön: Metoder och svenska erfarenheter
Tore Söderqvist. Reprinted from: Expertrapporter från Skatteväxlingskommittén, SOU 1996:117, Ministry of Finance, Stockholm, 1996, pp. 5-73.

Policy Instruments from Combatting Water Pollution to the Baltic Sea:
Proceedings from a workshop at Beijer International Institute of Ecological Economics, The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, Stockholm, Sept. 28-29, 1995. Editors: Katarina Eckerberg, Ing-Marie Gren, and Tore Söderqvist

Ecological-Economic Analysis of Wetland Creation in Sweden Final report on the Swedish case study in the research project Ecological-Economic Analysis of Wetlands: Functions, Values and Dynamics (ECOWET)
Tore Söderqvist, Anne-Sophie Crépin, Carl Folke, Ing-Marie Gren, Åsa Jansson, Therese Lindahl, Jakob Lundberg, Mikael Sandström, Henrik Scharin, Olof Byström and Georgia Destouni

Property Rights and Fisheries Management
Special issue of Ocean & Coastal Management. 1995. Vol. 28, pp. 1-189. Guest Editor: Bonnie J. McCay. Part of the program Property Rights and the Performance of Natural Resource Systems organised by The Beijer International Institute of Ecological Economics