His primary scientific interests are in Corruption, Natural resource economics, International trade, Technological change and Context. Corruption is intertwined with Democracy, Transmission channel, Openness to experience, Econometrics and Investment in his study. His Natural resource economics study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Fossil fuel, Indirect tax and Economy.
His research integrates issues of Manufacturing and Economic geography in his study of International trade. Reyer Gerlagh undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Technological change and Political economy of climate change through his research. Reyer Gerlagh integrates many fields, such as Context, Air pollutants, Environmental economics, Order, Environmental policy and Externality, in his works.
Reyer Gerlagh mainly investigates Natural resource economics, Microeconomics, Econometrics, Technological change and Welfare. His Natural resource economics research incorporates themes from Fossil fuel and Learning-by-doing. His work on Externality, Information asymmetry and Resource dependence theory as part of general Microeconomics research is often related to Environmental policy and Stock, thus linking different fields of science.
The various areas that Reyer Gerlagh examines in his Econometrics study include Public economics and Openness to experience. His Technological change study incorporates themes from Production, Factors of production and Economy. His Corruption research incorporates Transmission channel and Democracy.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Microeconomics, Emissions trading, Natural resource economics, Welfare and International economics. Reyer Gerlagh mostly deals with Externality in his studies of Microeconomics. His study in the field of Free trade also crosses realms of Carbon leakage and Balance.
Carbon tax and Context are two areas of study in which he engages in interdisciplinary research. Reyer Gerlagh merges many fields, such as Excess supply and Econometrics, in his writings. Reyer Gerlagh specializes in Econometrics, namely Kuznets curve.
Reyer Gerlagh spends much of his time researching Emissions trading, Microeconomics, Political economy of climate change, International economics and Monetary economics. Market stability, Welfare, Market uncertainty, Information asymmetry and Externality are fields of study that intersect with his Emissions trading study. His research in Microeconomics intersects with topics in Empirical research and Economic freedom.
His Political economy of climate change research overlaps with other disciplines such as Development economics, Capital, Value, Exponential discounting and Commit. His research on International economics frequently connects to adjacent areas such as Carry. With his scientific publications, his incorporates both Sensitivity and Econometrics.
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The resource curse hypothesis and its transmission channels
Elissaios Papyrakis;Reyer Gerlagh.
Journal of Comparative Economics (2004)
Resource abundance and economic growth in the United States
Elissaios Papyrakis;Elissaios Papyrakis;Reyer Gerlagh.
European Economic Review (2007)
Corruption's effect on growth and its transmission channels
Lorenzo Pellegrini;Reyer Gerlagh.
Endogenous technological change in climate change modelling
B.C.C. van der Zwaan;R. Gerlagh;G. Klaassen;L. Schrattenholzer.
Energy Economics (2002)
Causes of Corruption: A Survey of Cross-Country Analyses and Extended Results
Lorenzo Pellegrini;Reyer Gerlagh;Reyer Gerlagh.
Economics of Governance (2008)
Corruption, Democracy, and Environmental Policy An Empirical Contribution to the Debate
Lorenzo Pellegrini;Reyer Gerlagh.
The Journal of Environment & Development (2006)
Drivers, Trends and Mitigation
Gabriel Blanco;Reyer Gerlagh;Sangwon Suh;Alfred K.Ofosu Ahenkorah.
Edenhofer, O. (ed.), Climate Change 2014: Mitigation of Climate Change. Contribution of Working Group III to the Fifth Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (2014)
Too Much Oil
CESifo Economic Studies (2011)
Gross world product and consumption in a global warming model with endogenous technological change
Reyer Gerlagh;Bob van der Zwaan;Bob van der Zwaan.
Resource and Energy Economics (2003)
Searching for Triple Dividends in South Africa: Fighting CO2 Pollution and Poverty while Promoting Growth
Jan Van Heerden;Reyer Gerlagh;James Nelson Blignaut;Mark Horridge.
The Energy Journal (2006)
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