Gunnar S. Eskeland
Gunnar S. Eskeland
Professor, Environmental Economics, NHH Norwegian School of Economics
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Moving to greener pastures? Multinationals and the pollution haven hypothesis
GS Eskeland, AE Harrison
Journal of development economics 70 (1), 1-23, 2003
Fiscal decentralization and the challenge of hard budget constraints
J Rodden, GS Eskeland, JI Litvack
MIT press, 2003
Air pollution and mortality: results from a study of Santiago, Chile.
B Ostro, JM Sanchez, C Aranda, GS Eskeland
Journal of exposure analysis and environmental epidemiology 6 (1), 97-114, 1996
Green electricity market development: Lessons from Europe and the US
L Gan, GS Eskeland, HH Kolshus
Energy policy 35 (1), 144-155, 2007
Rationing can backfire: the “day without a car” in Mexico City
GS Eskeland, T Feyzioglu
The World Bank Economic Review 11 (3), 383-408, 1997
Air pollution and health effects: A study of medical visits among children in Santiago, Chile.
BD Ostro, GS Eskeland, JM Sanchez, T Feyzioglu
Environmental Health Perspectives 107 (1), 69-73, 1999
Moving to greener pastures?: Multinationals and the pollution-haven hypothesis
GS Eskeland, AE Harrison
World Bank Publications, 1997
Policy instruments for pollution control in developing countries
GS Eskeland, E Jimenez
The World Bank Research Observer 7 (2), 145-169, 1992
The impact of climate change on nuclear power supply
K Linnerud, TK Mideksa, GS Eskeland
The Energy Journal 32 (1), 149-168, 2011
Sulphur abatement globally in maritime shipping
HE Lindstad, CF Rehn, GS Eskeland
Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment 57, 303-313, 2017
Taxing bads by taxing goods: pollution control with presumptive charges
GS Eskeland, S Devarajan
The World Bank, 1996
Electricity demand in a changing climate
GS Eskeland, TK Mideksa
Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change 15, 877-897, 2010
A presumptive Pigovian tax: complementing regulation to mimic an emissions fee
GS Eskeland
Environmental Taxation in Practice, 245-266, 2017
Autonomy, participation, and learning in Argentine schools: Findings and their implications for decentralization
D Filmer, GS Eskeland
Available at SSRN 634479, 2002
Environmental regulations in shipping: Policies leaning towards globalization of scrubbers deserve scrutiny
HE Lindstad, GS Eskeland
Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment 47, 67-76, 2016
Low carbon maritime transport: How speed, size and slenderness amounts to substantial capital energy substitution
H Lindstad, GS Eskeland
Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment 41, 244-256, 2015
Is demand for polluting goods manageable? An econometric study of car ownership and use in Mexico
GS Eskeland, TN Feyzioğlu
Journal of Development Economics 53 (2), 423-445, 1997
Maritime shipping and emissions: A three-layered, damage-based approach
H Lindstad, GS Eskeland, H Psaraftis, I Sandaas, AH StrÝmman
Ocean Engineering 110, 94-101, 2015
Decarbonizing maritime transport: The importance of engine technology and regulations for LNG to serve as a transition fuel
E Lindstad, GS Eskeland, A Rialland, A Valland
Sustainability 12 (21), 8793, 2020
Corruption under moral hazard
GS Eskeland, H Thiele
World Bank Publications, 1999
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