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    • Discounting, climate and sustainability 

      Moxnes, Erling (Elsevier, 2014-05-03)
      Climate policy recommendations differ widely because of disagreements over what discount rates to use. Disagreement reduces the impact of economic models and signals a need for improved methodology. The problem is related ...
      Journal article
    • Estimating customer utility of energy efficiency standards for refrigerators 

      Moxnes, Erling (The University of Bergen, 2003)
      A frequent argument against efficiency standards is that they prohibit products that represent optimal choices for customers and thus lead to reduced customer utility. In this paper we propose and test a method to estimate ...
      Working paper
    • Interfuel substitution in OECD-European electricity production 

      Moxnes, Erling (Wiley InterScience, 1990)
      Fuel substitution in OECD-European electricity production is described by a putty-clay formulation. At the time of investment, fuel shares are determined according to a logit model. These fuel shares are maintained throughout ...
      Journal article
    • Misperceptions of Global Climate Change: Information Policies 

      Moxnes, Erling; Saysel, Ali Kerem (The University of Bergen, 2004)
      Global climate change is an atmospheric commons problem where the basic actors are the states. In democratic nations national policy initiatives depend on the opinion of the electorate. Unless there is a proper popular ...
      Working paper
    • Policy Sensitivity Analysis: simple versus complex fishery models 

      Moxnes, Erling (The University of Bergen, 2003)
      Sensitivity analysis is often used to judge the sensitivity of model behaviour to uncertain assumptions about model formulations and parameter values. Since the ultimate goal of modelling is typically policy recommendation, ...
      Working paper
    • SOPS – A Tool to Find Optimal Policies in Stochastic Dynamic Systems 

      Krakenes, Arne; Moxnes, Erling (The University of Bergen, 2005)
      The task of finding optimal policies in stochastic dynamic systems is challenging. The theory of stochastic dynamic programming (SDP) is quite complex and the available software packages are not intended for non-specialists. ...
      Working paper