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Natural resource economics, Public economics, Carbon tax, Commit and Microeconomics are his primary areas of study. His research ties Production and Natural resource economics together. His Public economics study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Incentive and International economics.
His research integrates issues of Economic growth, Spite and Negotiation in his study of International economics. His study in the field of Green paradox also crosses realms of Resource, Macroeconomics, Optimal tax and Economic sector. His Microeconomics study incorporates themes from Consumption, Collective bargaining and Capital accumulation.
Michael Hoel spends much of his time researching Natural resource economics, Public economics, Microeconomics, Carbon tax and Subsidy. His Natural resource economics research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Environmental resource management and Social cost. Michael Hoel combines subjects such as Incentive, Actuarial science and Health care with his study of Public economics.
His Microeconomics study frequently draws connections to adjacent fields such as Damages. Carbon tax is integrated with International economics and Total cost in his research. Michael Hoel performs integrative study on Subsidy and Climate policy in his works.
His primary areas of investigation include Natural resource economics, Distribution, Subsidy, Carbon tax and Climate policy. The study incorporates disciplines such as Agricultural economics and Social cost in addition to Natural resource economics. His work in Distribution covers topics such as Willingness to pay which are related to areas like Public economics.
His Subsidy research incorporates themes from Microeconomics, Economic surplus and Tax rate. Michael Hoel applies his multidisciplinary studies on Tax rate and Commit in his research. His study looks at the intersection of Carbon tax and topics like Climate change mitigation with Carbon capture and storage and Low-carbon economy.
His primary areas of study are Natural resource economics, Green paradox, Supply side, Willingness to pay and Distribution. In his papers, Michael Hoel integrates diverse fields, such as Natural resource economics, Carbon tax, Climate change mitigation, Renewable Fuel Standard, Effects of global warming and Energy policy. His studies deal with areas such as Carbon capture and storage and Low-carbon economy as well as Carbon tax.
His Climate change mitigation study spans across into areas like Economic policy and Subsidy. Among his Supply side studies, there is a synthesis of other scientific areas such as Climate policy, Economy, Technological change, International trade and Treaty. His work on Public economics expands to the thematically related Willingness to pay.
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Global environmental problems: The effects of unilateral actions taken by one country☆
Journal of Environmental Economics and Management (1991)
International environment conventions: The case of uniform reductions of emissions
Environmental and Resource Economics (1992)
Depletion of Fossil Fuels and the Impacts of Global Warming
Michael Hoel;Snorre Kverndokk.
Resource and Energy Economics (1996)
Should a carbon tax be differentiated across sectors
Journal of Public Economics (1996)
On Hartwick's Rule for Regular Maximin Paths of Capital Accumulation and Resource Depletion
Avinash Dixit;Peter Hammond;Michael Hoel.
The Review of Economic Studies (1980)
Taxes versus Quotas for a Stock Pollutant
Michael Hoel;Larry S. Karp.
Resource and Energy Economics (2002)
Incentives to Participate in an International Environmental Agreement
Michael Hoel;Kerstin Schneider.
Environmental and Resource Economics (1997)
Discounting and relative prices
Michael Hoel;Thomas Sterner.
Climatic Change (2007)
Taxes and Quotas for a Stock Pollutant with Multiplicative Uncertainty
Michael Hoel;Larry Karp.
Journal of Public Economics (2001)
Efficient Climate Policy in the Presence of Free Riders
Journal of Environmental Economics and Management (1994)
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