Cecilia Hammarlund, PhD

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Cecilia has a phD in Fishery Economics from Lund University. Her research is concerned with fishery economics where she analyses fisher behavior, fish prices and effects of fishery reforms.


Fishing for nutrients – economic effects of fisheries management targeting eutrophication in the Baltic Sea, Ecological Economics 160, p. 156-167
What’s in it for Africa? EU fishing access agreements and exports
Structural Adjustment and Regulation of Nordic Fisheries until 2025, TemaNord 2018:547.
What’s in it for Africa? European Union fishing access agreements and fishery exports from developing countries, World Development 113, p. 172-185.
Economic effects of reduced bottom trawling – the case of creel and trawl fishing for Nephrops in Sweden
A trip to reach the target? – The labor supply of Swedish Baltic cod fishermen, Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics Volume 75, August 2018, Pages 1-11.
Fisheries management under nutrient influence: Cod fishery in the Western Baltic Sea, Fisheries Research, Volume 201, May 2018, Pages 109-119.
Staying or leaving? – The effects of regional universities on educational choices and rural depopulation
Nordic fisheries and aquaculture: Socio-economic importance of nitrogen nutrient load in the environment, TemaNord 2017:504
Fishing in distant waters - A study on the EU fishery agreements with developing countries, Sieps report 2016:12
Regulating Multiple Externalities: The Case of Nordic Fisheries, Marine Resource Economics, Vol 31, No. 2, April 2016.
Time for Fishing: Bargaining Power in the Swedish Baltic Cod Fishery, Marine Resource Economics, volume 30, number 3.
The Big, the Bad, and the Average: Hedonic Prices and Inverse Demand for Baltic Cod, published in Marine Resource Economics, volume 30, number 2.
A Trip to Reach the Target? – The Labor Supply of Swedish Baltic Cod Fishermen
Reducing Climate Impact from Fisheries - A Study of Fisheries Management and Fuel Tax Concessions in the Nordic Countries
The big, the bad and the average: hedonic prices and inverse demand for Baltic cod
Fish and Ships in the Baltic Sea – Prices, Demand and Management, Licentiate Dissertation, School of Economics and Mangement, Lund University.
Swedish coastal herring fisheries in the wake of an ITQ system. Marine Policy, available online 6 July 2012.

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AgriFood Economics Centre
att: Cecilia Hammarlund
Box 730
220 07 Lund

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Scheelevägen 15 D
223 63 Lund

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