Research and Publications

Work in progress
Risk, Endogenous preferences and Investment Behavior in Norwegian Fisheries
(with Linda Nøstbakken and Florian Diekert)

Multi-Species dynamics beneath and above the sea surface
(with Linda Nøstbakken and Florian Diekert)

The transmission of risk preferences – An empirical investigation
(with Florian Diekert, Daan van Soest, and Linda Nøstbakken)

Social-ecological resilience of exploited fish stocks under climate change
(with Anna Winter and Mia Eikeset)

Working papers (please send me an email for the latest version)
Tragedy, property rights, and the commons – Disentangling the two-way causality between institutions and ecosystem collapse
(with Elisabeth Isaksen)

When kindness generates unkindness. Why positive framing cannot solve the Tragedy of the commons. 
(with Kjell-Arne Brekke and Elisabeth Isaksen)

The rise and the fall of the great fish pact under endogenous risk of stock collapse
(with Adam Walker and Hans-Peter Weikard)

The invisible hand of moral sentiments
(with Åke Brännström and Ulf Dieckmann)

Estimating Terms of Trade Levels across OECD countries
(with Marcel Timmer).  Research memorandum GD-110, Groningen Growth and Development Center, 2009.

Research publications

Richter, A., A.M. Eikeset, D. van Soest, F.K. Diekert, N.C. Stenseth (2017) “Optimal management under institutional constraints – Determining a total allowable catch for different fleet segments in the North East Arctic cod fishery” Environmental and Resource economics, doi:10.1007/s10640-016-0106-3. This paper has been circulating before as: Towards the Optimal Management of the Northeast Arctic Cod Fishery

Diekert, F.K., A. Richter, I.M. Rivrud, A. Mysterud (2016), “How constraints affect the hunter’s decision to shoot a deer” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 113: 14450-14455  (open access).

Pedersen, M. et al. (2016) Trends in marine climate change research in the Nordic region since the first IPCC report, Climatic Change, 1: 147-161.

Richter A. and V. Dakos (2015), “Profit fluctuations signal eroding resilience of natural resources”. Ecological Economics, 117, 12-21.

Boonstra, W. J., et al. (2015). “What are the major global threats and impacts in marine environments? Investigating the contours of a shared perception among marine scientists from the bottom-up.” Marine Policy 60(0): 197-201.

Eikeset, A.M, A. Richter, E. Dunlop, U. Dieckmann, and Nils Chr. Stenseth (2013), “Economic repercussions of fisheries-induced evolution”. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 110: 12259-12264  (open access).

Richter, A., D.P. van Soest, and J. Grasman (2013), “Temptation, contagious cooperation and ecosystem collapse”. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 66: 141-158  (open access).

Richter, A. and J. Grasman (2013), “The transmission of sustainable harvesting norms when agents are conditionally cooperative“. Ecological Economics 93 : 202-209 (open access).

Eikeset, A.M., A. Richter,   E. Dunlop, M. Heino, U. Dieckmann, and N.C. Stenseth (2013), “A bio-economic analysis of alternative harvest control rules in the Northeast Arctic cod fishery”. Marine Policy 39, 172-181 (open access).

Richter, A. and D.P. van Soest (2012), “Global environmental problems, voluntary action and government intervention”. In: Global Environmental Commons: Analytical and Political Challenges in Building Governance Mechanisms. E. Brousseau, T. Dedeurwaerdere, P.A. Jouvet and M. Willinger (eds), Oxford University Press, pp. 223-248.

Richter, A. (2011), “The coevolution of renewable resources and institutions”. ESB – Economisch Statistische Berichten 96, 318.

Eikeset, A.M., A. Richter, F.K. Diekert, D.J. Dankel, and N.C. Stenseth (2011), “Unintended Consequences Sneak in the Back Door: Making wise use of Regulations in Fisheries Management”. In “Ecosystem Based Management for Marine Fisheries: An Evolving Perspective” A. Belgrano & C. W. Fowler (eds), Cambridge University Press, pp. 183-218.

PhD thesis

Richter, A. (2011), “The coevolution of renewable resources and institutions – Implications for policy design.” PhD thesis, Wageningen University, Wageningen.

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