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Intergenerational Justice

  1. Sustainable growth Social Choice and Welfare 49 (2017) 825-848
  2. Destructive intergenerational altruism (coauthor: F. Nesje) Journal of the Association of Environmental and Resource Economists 3 (2016) 957-984
  3. Evaluating intergenerational risks (coauthor: S. Zuber) Journal of Mathematical Economics 65 (2016) 104-117
  4. Escaping the repugnant conclusion: rank-discounted utilitarianism with variable population (coauthor: S. Zuber) Theoretical Economics 9 (2014) 629-650
  5. Characterizing the sustainability problem in an exhaustible resource model (coauthors: T. Mitra, W. Buchholz, C. Withagen) Journal of Economic Theory 148 (2013) 2164-2182 (Supplementary material) (CESifo Working Paper No. 3758)
  6. A complete and strongly anonymous leximin relation on infinite streams (coauthor: S. Zuber) Social Choice and Welfare 41 (2013) 819-834
  7. Justifying social discounting: the rank-discounted utilitarian approach (coauthor: S. Zuber) Journal of Economic Theory 147 (2012) 1572-1601
  8. Climate policy under sustainable discounted utilitarianism (coauthor: S. Dietz) Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 63 (2012) 321-335
  9. Sustainable recursive social welfare functions (coauthors: T. Mitra, B. Tungodden) Economic Theory 49 (2012) 267-292 (Supplement)
  10. Intergenerational equity Annual Review of Economics 2 (2010) 197-222
  11. Generalized time-invariant overtaking (coauthors: C. d´Aspremont, K. Banerjee) Journal of Mathematical Economics 46 (2010) 519-533
  12. Sustainability and discounted utilitarianism in models of economic growth (coauthor: T. Mitra) Mathematical Social Sciences 59 (2010) 148-169
  13. Infinite-horizon choice functions (coauthors: W. Bossert, Y. Sprumont, K. Suzumura) Economic Theory 43 (2010) 1-21
  14. Fixed-step anonymous overtaking and catching-up (coauthor: K. Banerjee) International Journal of Economic Theory 6 (2010) 149-165
  15. Paradoxical consumption behavior when economic activity has environmental effects Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization 65 (2008) 529–546 (Mathematical appendix)
  16. Constant savings rates and quasi-arithmetic population growth under exhaustible resource constraints (coauthors: W. Buchholz, J.M. Hartwick, T. Mitra, C. Withagen) Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 53 (2007) 213-229
  17. Intergenerational ethics under resource constraints Swiss Journal of Economics and Statistics 141 (2005) 313-330
  18. Resolving distributional conflicts between generations (coauthor: B. Tungodden) Economic Theory 24 (2004) 221-230
  19. The malleability of undiscounted utilitarianism as a criterion of intergenerational justice (coauthor: W. Buchholz) Economica 70 (2003) 405-422
  20. Maximin, discounting, and separating hyperplanes (coauthors: C. Withagen & W. Buchholz) Natural Resource Modeling 16 (2003) 213-217
  21. On the sustainable program in Solow's model (coauthors: C. Withagen & W. Buchholz) Natural Resource Modeling 16 (2003) 219-231 [Erratum 20 (2007) 473-475; Corrected version published as Chapter 12 of Asheim (2007)]
  22. The Hartwick rule: Myths and facts (coauthors: W. Buchholz & C. Withagen) Environmental and Resource Economics 25 (2003) 129-150
  23. Sustainability when capital management has stochastic consequences (coauthor: K.A. Brekke) Social Choice and Welfare 19 (2002) 921-940
  24. Justifying sustainability (coauthors: W. Buchholz & B. Tungodden) Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 41 (2001) 252-268
  25. Characterizing sustainability: The converse of Hartwick's rule (coauthor: C. Withagen) Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control 23 (1998) 159-165
  26. Ethical preferences in the presence of resource constraints Nordic Journal of Political Economy 23 (1996) 55-67
  27. Sustainability - Ethical foundations and economic properties World Bank Policy Research Working Paper 1302 (1994) 27 pp
  28. Unjust intergenerational allocations Journal of Economic Theory 54 (1991) 350-371
  29. Rawlsian intergenerational justice as a Markov-perfect equilibrium in a resource technology Review of Economic Studies 55 (1988) 469-483
  30. Hartwick's rule in open economies Canadian Journal of Economics 19 (1986) 395-402 [Erratum 20 (1987) 177]

Game Theory

  1. Epistemically robust strategy subsets (coauthors: Mark Voorneveld, Jörgen Weibull) Games 7 (2016), 7, 37 (10.3390/g7040037)
  2. Resource conservation across generations in a Ramsey-Chichilnisky model (coauthor: Ivar Ekeland) Economic Theory 61 (2016) 611-639
  3. Strategic use of environmental information Environmental and Resource Economics 46 (2010) 207-216
  4. Renegotiation-proof climate agreements with full participation — conditions for Pareto-efficiency (coauthor: Bjart Holtsmark) Environmental and Resource Economics 43 (2009) 519-533
  5. Coordinating under incomplete information (coauthor: Seung Han Yoo) Review of Economic Design 12 (2008) 293-313
  6. Majority voting leads to unanimity (coauthors: C.A. Claussen & T. Nilssen) International Journal of Game Theory 35 (2006) 91–110
  7. Regional versus global cooperation for climate control (coauthors: Camilla Bretteville Froyn, Jon Hovi, Fredric C. Menz) Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 51 (2006) 93-109
  8. Sequential and quasi-perfect rationalizability in extensive games (coauthor: A. Perea) Games and Economic Behavior 53 (2005) 15-42
  9. Preference-based belief operators (coauthor: Y. Søvik) Mathematical Social Sciences 50 (2005) 61-82
  10. Deductive reasoning in extensive games (coauthor: M. Dufwenberg) Economic Journal 113 (2003) 305-325 (Awarded the Royal Economic Society Prize for the best paper published in the Economic Journal in 2003)
  11. Admissibility and common belief (coauthor: M. Dufwenberg) Games and Economic Behavior 42 (2003) 208-234
  12. On the epistemic foundation for backward induction Mathematical Social Sciences 44 (2002) 121-144
  13. Proper rationalizability in lexicographic beliefs International Journal of Game Theory 30 (2001) 453-478
  14. Individual and collective time-consistency Review of Economic Studies 64 (1997) 427-443
  15. Insurance monopoly and renegotiation (coauthor: T. Nilssen) Economic Theory 9 (1997) 341-354
  16. Nondiscriminating renegotiation in a competitive insurance market (coauthor: T. Nilssen) European Economic Review 40 (1996) 1717-1736
  17. Contestability in a resource market with non-convex costs Scandinavian Journal of Economics 94 (1992) 609-618
  18. A unique solution to n-person sequential bargaining Games and Economic Behavior 4 (1992) 169-181
  19. Extending renegotiation-proofness to infinite horizon games Games and Economic Behavior 3 (1991) 278-294

Green National Accounting

  1. Anomalies in green national accounting (coauthor: J.M. Hartwick) Ecological Economics 70 (2011) 2303-2307
  2. Comparing the welfare of growing economies Revue d'Economie Politique 121 (2011) 59-72
  3. Global welfare comparisons Canadian Journal of Economics 43 (2010) 1412-1432
  4. Sectoral income (coauthor: T. Wei) Environmental and Resource Economics 42 (2009) 65–87
  5. Can NNP be used for welfare comparisons? Environment and Development Economics 12 (2007) 11-31
  6. A general approach to welfare measurement through national income accounting (coauthor: W. Buchholz) Scandinavian Journal of Economics 106 (2004) 361-384
  7. Perspectives on Weitzman's stationary equivalent Japan and the World Economy 16 (2004) 331-335
  8. Green national accounting with a changing population Economic Theory 23 (2004) 601-619
  9. Green national accounting for welfare and sustainability: A taxonomy of assumptions and results Scottish Journal of Political Economy 50 (2003) 113-130
  10. Does NNP growth indicate welfare improvement? (coauthor: M.L. Weitzman) Economics Letters 73 (2001) 233-239
  11. Green national accounting: why and how? Environment and Development Economics 5 (2000) 25-48
  12. Adjusting Green NNP to measure sustainability Scandinavian Journal of Economics 99 (1997) 355-370
  13. Capital gains and 'net national product' in open economies Journal of Public Economics 59 (1996) 419-434
  14. Net national product as an indicator of sustainability Scandinavian Journal of Economics 96 (1994) 257-265

Miscellaneous

  1. A distributional argument for supply-side climate policies Environmental and Resource Economics 56 (2013) 239-254
  2. Health insurance: Medical treatment vs. disability payment (coauthors: A.W. Emblem & T. Nilssen) Research in Economics 64 (2010) 137-145
  3. Deductibles in health insurance: Pay or pain (coauthors: A.W. Emblem & T. Nilssen) International Journal of Health Care Finance and Economics 3 (2003) 253-266
  4. Long-term union-firm contracts (coauthor: J. Strand) Journal of Economics / ZfN 53 (1991) 161-184
  5. Properties of a system of currency baskets Journal of International Economics 16 (1984) 311-317

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