Gunnar S. Eskeland
Gunnar S. Eskeland
Professor, Environmental Economics, NHH Norwegian School of Economics
Verified email at nhh.no
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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
13272003
Fiscal decentralization and the challenge of hard budget constraints
JA Rodden, J Rodden, GS Eskeland, JI Litvack
MIT press, 2003
7272003
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
463*1996
Green electricity market development: Lessons from Europe and the US
L Gan, GS Eskeland, HH Kolshus
Energy Policy 35 (1), 144-155, 2007
2692007
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
2371997
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
2341999
Moving to Greener Pastures?: Multinationals and the Pollution-Haven Hypothesis
GS Eskeland, AE Harrison
World Bank Publications, 1997
2321997
Policy instruments for pollution control in developing countries
GS Eskeland, E Jimenez
The World Bank Research Observer 7 (2), 145-169, 1992
2011992
Taxing bads by taxing goods: pollution control with presumptive charges
GS Eskeland, S Devarajan
The World Bank, 1996
1401996
The impact of climate change on nuclear power supply
K Linnerud, TK Mideksa, GS Eskeland
The Energy Journal 32 (1), 2011
1282011
A presumptive Pigovian tax: complementing regulation to mimic an emissions fee
GS Eskeland
The World Bank Economic Review 8 (3), 373-394, 1994
1241994
Autonomy, participation, and learning in Argentine schools: Findings and their implications for decentralization
D Filmer, GS Eskeland
Available at SSRN 634479, 2002
1182002
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
1111997
Electricity demand in a changing climate
GS Eskeland, TK Mideksa
Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change 15 (8), 877-897, 2010
1102010
Sulphur abatement globally in maritime shipping
HE Lindstad, CF Rehn, GS Eskeland
Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment 57, 303-313, 2017
842017
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
712016
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
712015
Corruption under moral hazard
GS Eskeland, H Thiele
World Bank Publications, 1999
681999
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
652015
Determinants of diarrheal disease in Jakarta
A Alberini, GS Eskeland, A Krupnick, G McGranahan
Water Resources Research 32 (7), 2259-2269, 1996
651996
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