New research: organizations that move fast really do break things
16 July 2020
When organizations grow too fast, they expose themselves to several risks. In the past, research has shown that people who try to move forward without careful evaluation is often associated with unethical decision-making, while taking time to evaluate consequences is associated with ethical decisions. Does this same rule apply also to organizations?
SITE Energy Talks – Highlights and Presentations
16 October 2018
This year’s SITE Energy Talks – Energy Demand Management: Insights from Behavioral Economics, was devoted to discussing how consumers make energy efficiency decisions and what incentives can be used to change consumer behaviour.
Thomas Sterner gives a presentation at SITE Energy talks
26 October 2017
Thomas Sterner, Professor of Environmental Economics at the University of Gothenburg, gave a presentation on technological development, geopolitical and environmental issues in our energy future at SITE Energy Talks, concerning the rapidly increasing level of carbon content, new technological development, the impact of low oil prices and the most promising ways to stop emissions.
Pricing and Capacity Provision in Electricity Markets: An Experimental Study
05 April 2017
by Chloé Le Coq (with Henrik Orzen and Sebastian Schwenen), published in the Journal of Regulatory Economics
The Impact of a Food for Education Program on Schooling in Cambodia
02 February 2015
by Maria Perrotta Berlin (with Maria Cheung), published in Asia & the Pacific Policy Studies.
The Constitutional Channels of the Resource Curse
01 April 2008
by Jesper Roine (with A. Boschini and J. Pettersson), proceedings from "Meeting Global Challenges in Research Cooperation", Uppsala