I am currently a Wallander Post Doctoral researcher of economics. My main areas of research lie at the intersection of International Trade and Environmental Policy. Methodologically my research draws on a mix of applied econometrics and theory.
Trade Liberalization, Transboundary Pollution, and Market Size, forthcoming Journal of the Association of Environmental and Resource Economists, 2017 (with Rikard Forslid and Toshihiro Okubo)
Market Stealing and Market Expansion: An Examination of Product Introductions in the Organic Coffee Market, forthcoming Environmental Economics and Policy Studies, 2017 (with Richard Friberg).
The effect of retail distribution on sales of alcohol, forthcoming Marketing Science, 2017 (with Richard Friberg).
Friberg, Richard, and Mark Sanctuary. "The contribution of firm-level shocks to aggregate fluctuations: The case of Sweden." Economics Letters 147 (2016): 8-11.
Norström, Albert V., et al. "Three necessary conditions for establishing effective Sustainable Development Goals in the Anthropocene." Ecology and Society 19.3 (2014): 8.
"Fending off Waste from the West - The impact of China's Operation Green Fence on the international waste trade", 2017 (with Adomas Balkevicius and Sigita Zvirblyte).
"Border carbon adjustments and unilateral incentives to regulate the climate", 2016.
"Why is carbon leakage for energy intense industry hard to find?", 2016 (with Shon Ferguson).
Other writings and commentaries:
"Policy: Social change vital to sustainability goals." Nature 498.7454 (2013): 299-299. (with multiple authors).
"Essays in Trade and Environment", PhD Thesis, Stockholm University, 2013.
"How does the price of electricity affect imports? A study of Swedish Manufacturing firms", ENTWINED Issue Brief, 2013 (with Shon Fergusson).
"Sustainable Markets are Growing – Is Sustainability Keeping Pace?" ENTWINED Issue Brief, 2010 (with Jason Potts).
"Technology transfer in CDM projects in China", IVL report series, 2008 (with multiple authors).
"Making water a part of economic development – the economic benefits of improved water management and services", SIWI report, 2005 (with Håkan Tropp).