With the environmental quality objectives adopted by the Swedish Parliament, environmental policy decisions must meet higher standards of cost effectiveness and be preceded by economic impact analyses.
We evaluate environmental policy instruments through our research, our commissioned assignments and our work on developing models.
2011-09-19 | No. 125
Scenarios and Sustainability
2011-09-19 | No. 124
The Excess Cost of Supplementary Constraints in Climate Policy
2011-08-03 | No. 123
Does environmental leadership pay off for Swedish industry?
2010-06-17 | No. 119
Analysing future solid waste generation
2010-06-01 | No. 118
Future Waste Scenarios for Sweden based on a CGE-model
2009-02-24 | No. 109
Can We Buy Time? Evaluation of the Government's Directed...
2009-02-12 | No. 107
Does remediation save lives? On the cost of cleaning up...
2009-02-12 | No. 108
How are Green National Accounts Produced in Practice?
2008-10-22 | No. 105
Outcomes of a Swedish Kilometre Tax
2007-12-11 | No. 103
Explaining adoption of end of pipe solutions and clean technologies
2007-10-09 | No. 102
Nitrogen and Sulphur Outcomes of a Carbon Emissions Target...
2007-06-18 | No. 101
The significance of transport costs in the Swedish forest industry
2006-11-16 | No. 97
Matters Risk? The Allocation of Government Subsidies for Remediation...
2006-05-02 | No. 94
Costs of Climate Policy when Pollution Affects Health and Labour Productivity
2004-11-16 | No. 93
Air Quality and Morbidity: Concentration-response Relationships for Sweden
2004-01-03 | No. 87
Monetary Green Accounting and Ecosystem services
2003-07-28 | No. 86
Applying the Contingent Valuation Method in Resource Accounting
2003-06-06 | No. 85
Green Accounting, Air Pollution and Health
2003-04-06 | No. 82