Johan Blomquist, PhD

Researcher

Johan Blomquist has a Phd in econometrics from Lund University. His work is concerned with fishery economics.


The Economic Costs of Seal Presence in Swedish Small-Scale Fisheries
The myth of the poor fisher: Evidence from the Nordic countries, Marine Policy 93, p. 186-194.
Side-effects of vessel scrapping in Sweden
Scrapping programmes and ITQs: Labour market outcomes and spill-over effects on non-targeted fisheries in Sweden
Employment and salary of Nordic coastal fishermen, TemaNord 2017:558.
Socio-economic effects of the Swedish scrapping program, Swedish Board of Agriculture evaluation report 2017:3.
Fishing in distant waters - A study on the EU fishery agreements with developing countries, Sieps report 2016:12
In the Footsteps of their fathers: Exploring Occupational Inheritance in Swedish Agriculture and Fisheries
The income penalty of farming and fishing: results from a sibling approach, European Review of Agricultural Economics pp. 1–18
Time for Fishing: Bargaining Power in the Swedish Baltic Cod Fishery, Marine Resource Economics, volume 30, number 3.
Estimating the return to farming and fishing using a sibling approach
Price Premiums for Providing Eco-labelled Seafood: Evidence from MSC-certified Cod in Sweden, Journal of Agricultural Economics (in print)
Multiple Inference and Market Integration: An Application to Swedish Fish Markets, Journal of Agricultural Economics (2015) Vol. 66, pp. 221-235.
Price premiums for providing ecolabelled seafood -A case study of the Swedish MSC-certified cod fishery in the Eastern Baltic Sea
Do the CAP Subsidies Increase Employment in Sweden? Estimating the Open Economy Relative Multiplier Using an Exogenous Change in the CAP

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AgriFood Economics Centre
att: Johan Blomquist
Box 730
220 07 Lund

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Scheelevägen 15 D
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