• Approaching Equilibrium with Tradable Share Permits 

      Berglann, Helge (NILF Discussion Papers;2013-1, Research report, 2013)
      This paper shows that a simple scheme of non-linear taxes coupled with tradable pollution permits can secure the .rst best outcome even in absence of information about abatement costs. Evidence of the existence of a Pareto ...
    • Citizen and consumer attitudes to food and food production in Norway 

      Kvakkestad, Valborg; Refsgaard, Karen; Berglann, Helge (NILF Discussion Papers;2011-2, Research report, 2011-06)
      This ESEE 2011 conference paper examines attitudes to private and public goods and bads from agriculture in Norway with a particular focus on organic agriculture. The issue is based on a survey among 939 Norwegians. The ...
    • Climate gas emissions from food systems – use of LCA analyses 

      Refsgaard, Karen; Bergsdal, Håvard; Pettersen, J.; Berglann, Helge (NILF Discussion Papers;2011-3, Research report, 2011-08)
    • Entreprenørskap i Norge - mest for menn? 

      Berglann, Helge; Golombek, Rolf; Røed, Knut (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2013)
      I Norge er bare én av fire entreprenører kvinner. I denne artikkelen benytter vi administrative registerdata til å lete etter årsaker til dette kjønnsgapet. Vi finner at ulikhet i kvinners og menns bransjetilhørighet kan ...
    • Environmental and climate analysis for the Norwegian agriculture and food sector and assessment of actions 

      Hille, John; Solli, Christian; Refsgaard, Karen; Krokann, Knut; Berglann, Helge (NILF Notat;2012-1, Research report, 2012-01)
      Working paper 2012-1 presents the outcome of the project “Miljø- og klimaanalyse for norsk landbruk og matsektor” (Analysis of Environmental and Climate-related aspects of Norwegian agri-food sector). The project has been ...
    • Fisheries Management under Uncertainty using a Hybrid Instrument 

      Berglann, Helge (NILF Discussion Papers;2010-6, Research report, 2010-09)
      This article considers the use of a hybrid instrument to regulate .sheries, comparing this instrument with quantity control and linear taxation in regards to economic yields and the risk of resource deple- tion. Hybrid ...
    • Fiskejuks og forvaltning 

      Berglann, Helge (NILF Discussion Papers;2012-5, Research report, 2012-08)
      Dette essayet omhandler fiskeriforvaltning med utgangspunkt i problemet med fiskejuks. Jeg beskriver det jeg mener er de viktigste årsakene til at ulovligheter kan skje og drøfter noen av de påvirkningsmulighetene som ...
    • Grønt partnerskap i landskapsforvaltning – erfaringer fra prosjektet "Utvalgte kulturlandskap i jordbruket" 

      Vistad, Odd Inge; Skjeggedal, Terje; Berglann, Helge; Bugge, Hans Christian; Norderhaug, Ann; Rønningen, Katrina; Swensen, Grete; Øian, Hogne (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2013-06-17)
      Å ta vare på landskap som omfatter både natur- og kulturminnekvaliteter, leve- og næringsområder er spesielt utfordrende. Det nasjonale prosjektet «Utvalgte kulturlandskap i jordbruket», som, i samarbeid med Direktoratet ...
    • Implementing Optimal Rewards for Economic Regulation using Tradable Share Permits 

      Berglann, Helge (NILF Discussion Papers;2009-2, Research report, 2009-07)
      This paper presents a simple system for efficient regulation under asymmetric information. Each firm’s income is controlled by a tax that depends on the firm’s own output and on a parameter construed as a share permit. ...
    • Willingness to pay for urban agriculture in Oslo 

      Gustavsen, Geir Wæhler; Berglann, Helge; Jenssen, Elisabeth; Kårstad, Signe; Rodriguez, Divina Gracia P. (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021)
      Urban agriculture is increasingly recognized as an important sustainable pathway for climate change adaptation and mitigation, for building more resilient cities, and for citizens’ health. Urban agriculture systems appear ...