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Stein Ivar Steinshamn
Stein Ivar Steinshamn
Professor, Department of Business and Management Science, Norwegian School of Economics
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Incentive-based approaches to sustainable fisheries
RQ Grafton, R Arnason, T Bjørndal, D Campbell, HF Campbell, CW Clark, ...
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 63 (3), 699-710, 2006
5802006
Realizing resilience for decision-making
RQ Grafton, L Doyen, C Béné, E Borgomeo, K Brooks, L Chu, ...
Nature Sustainability 2 (10), 907-913, 2019
1602019
How to improve the management of renewable resources: the case of Canada's northern cod fishery
RQ Grafton, LK Sandal, SI Steinshamn
American Journal of Agricultural Economics 82 (3), 570-580, 2000
792000
Optimal feedback controls: comparative evaluation of the cod fisheries in Denmark, Iceland, and Norway
R Arnason, LK Sandal, SI Steinshamn, N Vestergaard
American Journal of Agricultural Economics 86 (2), 531-542, 2004
782004
How to set catch quotas: constant effort or constant catch?
R Hannesson, SI Steinshamn
Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 20 (1), 71-91, 1991
601991
A feedback model for the optimal management of renewable natural capital stocks
LK Sandal, SI Steinshamn
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 54 (11), 2475-2482, 1997
511997
Dynamic Cournot-competitive harvesting of a common pool resource
LK Sandal, SI Steinshamn
Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control 28 (9), 1781-1799, 2004
482004
A stochastic feedback model for optimal management of renewable resources
LK Sandal, SI Steinshamn
Natural Resource Modeling 10 (1), 31-52, 1997
471997
Reference points for optimal fish stock management: A lesson to be learned from the Northeast Arctic cod stock
O Nakken, P Sandberg, SI Steinshamn
Marine Policy 20 (6), 447-462, 1996
461996
Cross-country effects and policy responses to COVID-19 in 2020: The Nordic countries
DV Gordon, RQ Grafton, SI Steinshamn
Economic Analysis and Policy 71, 198-210, 2021
432021
A simplified feedback approach to optimal resource management
LK Sandal, SI Steinshamn
Natural Resource Modeling 14 (3), 419-432, 2001
392001
Optimal steady states and the effects of discounting
LK Sandal, SI Steinshamn
Marine Resource Economics 12 (2), 95-105, 1997
371997
Fish wars on the high seas: A straddling stock competition model
RW McKelvey, LK Sandal, SI Steinshamn
International Game Theory Review 4 (01), 53-69, 2002
352002
Namibia's fisheries: ecological, economic and social aspects
UR Sumaila
Eburon Uitgeverij BV, 2004
322004
A conceptional analysis of dynamics and production in bioeconomic models
SI Steinshamn
American Journal of Agricultural Economics 93 (3), 803-812, 2011
292011
Implications of a nested stochastic/deterministic bio-economic model for a pelagic fishery
AD McDonald, LK Sandal, SI Steinshamn
Ecological modelling 149 (1-2), 193-201, 2002
282002
Ressursrenten i norske fiskerier
SI Steinshamn
SNF, 2005
262005
Does size matter? A bioeconomic perspective on optimal harvesting when price is size-dependent
F Zimmermann, M Heino, SI Steinshamn
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 68 (9), 1651-1659, 2011
252011
Implications of harvesting strategies on population and profitability in fisheries
SI Steinshamn
Marine Resource Economics 13 (1), 23-36, 1998
231998
Irreversible investments revisited
LK Sandal, SI Steinshamn, A Hoff
Marine Resource Economics 22 (3), 255-266, 2007
212007
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