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Workplace:Anvendt Kommunal Forskning (AKF) (Danish Institute of Governmental Research), (more information at EDIRC)

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Working Papers

2010

  1. Augmenting short Cheap Talk scripts with a repeated Opt-Out Reminder in Choice Experiment surveys
    IFRO Working Paper, University of Copenhagen, Department of Food and Resource Economics Downloads View citations (7)
    See also Journal Article in Resource and Energy Economics (2014)
  2. Gender anomalies in Stated Preference surveys – Are biases really gender dependent?
    IFRO Working Paper, University of Copenhagen, Department of Food and Resource Economics Downloads View citations (1)
  3. Reducing Status Quo Bias in Choice Experiments – An Application of a Protest Reduction Entreaty
    IFRO Working Paper, University of Copenhagen, Department of Food and Resource Economics Downloads View citations (3)
  4. Testing the Effect of a Short Cheap Talk Script in Choice Experiments
    IFRO Working Paper, University of Copenhagen, Department of Food and Resource Economics Downloads View citations (3)

Journal Articles

2020

  1. The offshore-onshore conundrum: Preferences for wind energy considering spatial data in Denmark
    Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 2020, 121, (C) Downloads View citations (1)
  2. Trading off positive and negative service changes in childcare: a choice experiment using a latent class modelling approach
    Applied Economics, 2020, 52, (13), 1427-1445 Downloads

2017

  1. Return to work after cancer and pre-cancer job dissatisfaction
    Applied Economics, 2017, 49, (49), 4982-4998 Downloads

2016

  1. Balancing the risk of ‘Lazearian’ interrupters and the benefits of educational and social peers: tracing parental preferences for class-size reduction
    Applied Economics Letters, 2016, 23, (7), 471-481 Downloads

2015

  1. How Spatial Relationships Influence Economic Preferences for Wind Power—A Review
    Energies, 2015, 8, (6), 1-25 Downloads View citations (17)

2014

  1. Augmenting short Cheap Talk scripts with a repeated Opt-Out Reminder in Choice Experiment surveys
    Resource and Energy Economics, 2014, 37, (C), 39-63 Downloads View citations (19)
    See also Working Paper (2010)
  2. Does it matter why power outages occur? An example of information-induced gender-heterogeneous preference on the intensive and extensive margins of choice
    Applied Economics Letters, 2014, 21, (10), 657-664 Downloads View citations (2)
  3. Dynamic properties of the preferences for renewable energy sources – A wind power experience-based approach
    Energy, 2014, 76, (C), 542-551 Downloads View citations (7)

2013

  1. Assessing acceptability of two onshore wind power development schemes: A test of viewshed effects and the cumulative effects of wind turbines
    Energy, 2013, 54, (C), 45-54 Downloads View citations (16)
  2. Does gender-specific starting point bias in choice experiments prevail among well-informed respondents: evidence from an empirical study
    Applied Economics Letters, 2013, 20, (17), 1527-1530 Downloads View citations (4)
  3. Does survey experience affect respondents’ reported level of satisfaction?
    Quality & Quantity: International Journal of Methodology, 2013, 47, (5), 2659-2669 Downloads
  4. Spatially induced disparities in users' and non-users' WTP for water quality improvements—Testing the effect of multiple substitutes and distance decay
    Ecological Economics, 2013, 92, (C), 58-66 Downloads View citations (39)

2012

  1. Attitudes, threshold levels and cumulative effects of the daily wind-turbine encounters
    Applied Energy, 2012, 98, (C), 40-46 Downloads View citations (15)
  2. The economics of visual disamenity reductions of offshore wind farms—Review and suggestions from an emerging field
    Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 2012, 16, (9), 6793-6802 Downloads View citations (19)

2011

  1. Attitude and acceptance of offshore wind farms—The influence of travel time and wind farm attributes
    Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 2011, 15, (9), 4223-4235 Downloads View citations (18)

2010

  1. Attitudes towards offshore wind farms--The role of beach visits on attitude and demographic and attitude relations
    Energy Policy, 2010, 38, (3), 1297-1304 Downloads View citations (27)

2009

  1. Visual impact assessment of offshore wind farms and prior experience
    Applied Energy, 2009, 86, (3), 380-387 Downloads View citations (36)

2008

  1. Attitudes towards on-land and offshore wind power development in Denmark; choice of development strategy
    Renewable Energy, 2008, 33, (1), 111-118 Downloads View citations (41)
  2. Gender-specific starting point bias in choice experiments: Evidence from an empirical study
    Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, 2008, 56, (3), 275-285 Downloads View citations (53)

2007

  1. Willingness to pay for reduced visual disamenities from offshore wind farms in Denmark
    Energy Policy, 2007, 35, (8), 4059-4071 Downloads View citations (86)
 
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