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Anton Orlov
University of Hohenheim
21Publications
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117Citations
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#1Anton OrlovH-Index: 6
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European countries have experienced strong heat waves over the last two decades. The frequency and magnitude of such extreme weather events are expected to increase in the near future. Using an interdisciplinary approach, which combines meteorological, epidemiological and economic analyses, we assess the cost of heat-induced reductions in outdoor worker productivity in Europe caused by the heat waves in August of 2003, July of 2010, and July of 2015. We found that for the top ten most affected E...
Abstract We analyse how consumer attitudes towards energy efficiency and car characteristics affect the vehicle type choice. Our empirical analysis is based on a multinomial logit model and a unique dataset for Norway with a high share of actual users of battery and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles. We find that the willingness to take a chance on new technologies significantly increase the likelihood of adopting electric vehicles, whereas environmental concern and environmental impacts of using...
#1Stefano CarattiniH-Index: 6
#2Steffen KallbekkenH-Index: 1
Last.Anton OrlovH-Index: 6
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Survey shows charges on emissions could be popular if revenues are given back to citizens, find Stefano Carattini, Steffen Kallbekken and Anton Orlo. Survey shows charges on emissions could be popular if revenues are given back to citizens, find Stefano Carattini, Steffen Kallbekken and Anton Orlo.
#1Jorge H. García (University of Los Andes)
#2Anton OrlovH-Index: 6
Last.Asbjørn AaheimH-Index: 10
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A model of two regions with a common wood market is introduced. Regions may be of two types, according to their forest management regime, namely managed forest plantations (M) and unmanaged open access forests (U). It is found that when regions are of the same type, unilateral climate policy in the forestry sector leads to (positive) carbon leakage. However, when regions are of different types, unilateral climate policy results in negative carbon leakage. Thus, policies aimed at increasing diver...
#1Asbjørn AaheimH-Index: 10
#2Anton OrlovH-Index: 6
Last.N. H. Ravindranath (IISc: Indian Institute of Science)H-Index: 39
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There is a range of problems in assessing how protection of a specific forest to Reduce Emissions from Deforestation and forest Degradation (REDD+) affect global emissions of greenhouse gases. This paper shows how knowledge and information about the biophysical characteristics of forests can be combined with theories of forest management and economic behaviour to derive the impacts on global emissions of REDD+. A modelling experiment from India, where 10% of the forest plantations in eight diffe...
Abstract This paper analyses the distributional effects of eliminating the implicit subsidy on natural gas consumption in Russia. The analysis is based on a computable general equilibrium model with multiple households and a detailed power generation sector. It is found that using additional government revenues from higher domestic gas prices to increase the income of low- and middle-income households could improve the welfare of these households and alleviate income inequality in Russia, e.g., ...
The objectives of this paper are to analyse the economy-wide effects of international climate policy on the Russian economy as well as the effects of Russia's climate policy on European economies. Our analysis is based on a general equilibrium model that includes inertias, such as imperfect sectoral labour mobility and vintage capital, and has a detailed depiction of the power generation sector. We found that international climate policy could reduce Russia's private welfare by 1.8% annually due...
Abstract At the end of 2014, Russia and China signed a framework for their second natural gas agreement. According to this agreement, Russia will supply 30 billion cubic metres of gas to China over 30 years via the future Altai pipeline, which will connect Asian and European gas markets. This paper analyses the long-term impacts of this second agreement on the European gas market, based on a modified Hotelling model. We found that gas exports to China could result in re-optimisation of the Russi...
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