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Anne Borge Johannesen

  • Assistant professor
  • Department of Economics, NTNU, N-7491 Trondheim
  • Dragvoll University Campus, building 7, level 5, room 7541
  • Telephone: +47 73 59 05 29(direct line) +47 73 59 19 40 (office)
  • Fax: +47 73 59 69 54
  • E-mail

Undervisning: Høst 2011: Internasjonal handel SØK 2006


Research interest: Natural resource economics, bio-economic modeling, game theory


Research in progress: 

  • Johannesen, Anne Borge, 2011, Exploring the performance of ambient taxation in local common property exploitation
  • Johannesen, Anne Borge, Anders Nielsen, and Anders Skonhoft, 2011, Potential effects of climate change on the economy of sheep farming at northern latitudes

Publications:

1.      Johannesen, A. B. and A. Skonhoft, 2011, Livestock as insurance and social status: Evidence from Reindeer herding in Norway, Environmental and Resource Economics, 48, 679-694.

2.      Johannesen, A. B. and A. Skonhoft, 2009, Growth and Measurement Uncertainty in an Unregulated Fishery, Natural Resource Modeling, 22 (3), 370-392.

3.      Johannesen, A. B. and A. Skonhoft, 2009, Local common property exploitation with rewards, Land Economics, 85 (4), 637-654.

4.      Johannesen, Anne Borge, 2007, Protected areas, wildlife conservation and local welfare, Ecological Economics, 62, 126-135. Working Paper version.

5.      Johannesen, Anne Borge, 2006, Designing Integrated Conservation and Development Projects: Hunting incentives and human welfare with numerical illustrations from Serengeti, Environment and Development Economics, 11, 247-267. Working Paper version.

6.      Johannesen, Anne Borge, 2005, Wildlife conservation policies and incentives to hunt: An empirical analysis of illegal hunting in western Serengeti, Tanzania, Environment and Development Economics, 10, 271-292. Working Paper version.

7.      Johannesen, Anne Borge and Anders Skonhoft, 2005, Tourism, poaching and wildlife conservation. What can Integrated Conservation and Development projects (ICDP) accomplish?, Resource and Energy Economics, 27, 208-226. Working Paper version.

8.      Johannesen, Anne Borge and Anders Skonhoft, 2004, Property rights and natural resource utilization. A bioeconomic model with numerical illustrations from the Serengeti-Mara ecosystem, Environmental and Resource Economics, 28, 469-488. Working Paper version.

9.      Holmern, Tomas, Anne Borge Johannesen et al., 2004, Human-wildlife conflicts and hunting in the Western Serengeti, Tanzania, NINA Project Report, 26.


Publications in Norwegian:

1.      Borge, L-E, A. B. Johannesen, and P. Tovmo, 2010, Barnehager I inntektssystemet for kommunene, SØF-rapport nr. 2.

2.      Falch, T., A. B. Johannesen, and B. Strøm, 2009, Kostnader av frafall i videregående opplæring, SØF-rapport nr. 8.

3.      Johannesen, A. B. and A. Skonhoft, 2008, Kultur, økonomi og konflikter i reindriften, SØF-rapport nr. 3.

4.      Johannesen, Anne Borge og Anders Skonhoft, 2000, Om overbeitingsproblemet, Norsk Økonomisk Tidsskrift, 2.

5.      Johannesen, Anne Borge, 2004, Eiendomsrettigheter og høsting av fornybare naturressurser, Økonomisk Forum, 4.

Comments in Norwegian:

·         Reinlykke på Finnmarksvidda?, kronikk Adresseavisen, April 2008.

·         Forsvarlig vern av naturressurser?, Kronikk i Adresseavisen 6. september 2005.


Projects:

·         Cooperation and group regulations in local common property exploitation, January 2011-June 2012.

·         Livestock as social status and insurance in small-scale farming communities in South Africa, March 2011-December 2012.

·         On the economics of Sámi reindeer herding: Policy analysis to reduce overgrazing and conflicts. June 2006-December 2009.

·         Biodiversity and the human-wildlife interface in the Serengeti, Tanzania, 2000-2003. This is a cross-scientific project between Norwegian institute for nature research (NINA), NTNU, Tanzanian institute for wildlife research (TAWIRI), and the University of Dar es Salaam. The general aim of the project is to understand the natural and human-induced processes that affect the structure and dynamics of Serengeti biodiversity in order to contribute to the development of an integrated conservation and development programme.
            - The household survey in Serengeti  

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Editor: Anne Borge Johannesen, Contact address: Anne.Borge@svt.ntnu.no, Updated: 07.08.2002