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Solveig Glomsrød is an economist and senior research fellow at CICERO. Her research covers a broad specter of topics related to energy and climate policy issues, with an emphasis on macroeconomic analysis of climate mitigation policies, in particular for China. Among her recent research topics are also analysis of global petroleum markets and the development of the arctic economies.
 

Solveig Glomsrød has had a steady research focus on environmental and energy economics, emphasizing the interaction between macro level policies and the environment, household level aspects of resource use and management in developing countries. Through long-term co-operation with natural scientists she has obtained a broad and multi-disciplinary research experience, developing integrated assessment tools based on macroeconomic models to capture relevant GHG emission drivers related to farming and energy use. More in-depth experience is related to energy, climate and forest/soil/agricultural issues in developing countries, including the implications of urban-rural income distribution for climate.

Recent areas of research also include the effect of fossil divestment in climate mitigation and the implications of coal phase-out for Arctic gas supply.

Glomsrød has a Master in economics from University of Oslo.

Recent research projects:

2015

“Business as Unusual. The implications of fossil divestment and green bonds on financial flows, economic growth and energy markets. External finance from HSBC Climate Change Centre of Excellence.

2015 - 2018

“Ageing population and social reforms in China: Consequences for economic growth, global climate and health. Co-operation with Fudan University, Shanghai. External finance from Research Council of Norway.

2013 - 2016

“ECONOR III - The economy of the North”. An outline of economic development in the circumpolar Arctic: From subsistence harvesting to provision of resources to the global economy. External finance by the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Nordic Council of Ministers

2012 - 2015

“Climate change and Chinese agriculture: Effects on food production and options for adaptation” 2012-2014. In cooperation with Chinese Academy of Science, Institute of Atmospheric Physics. External finance from The Research Council of Norway.

2010 - 2013

“Large developing economies and potential future contributions to climate change”. In cooperation with Fudan University (Shanghai), Jiaotong University (Shanghai) and Tsinghua University (Beijing). External finance from The Research Council of Norway.

Prosjekter

  • CICEP Senter for internasjonal klima- og energipolitikk CICEP Senter for internasjonal klima- og energipolitikk er ett av tre sentre for samfunnsvitenskapelig forskning på miljøvennlig energi etablert av Forskningsrådet i 2011.
  • ECONOR III – The Economy of the North 2015 The Arctic is vulnerable to natural and global economic changes. Global warming creates opportunities for new economic activities in resource extraction and shipping, while at the same time threatening traditional livelihoods.
  • Ageing and social reforms in China Ageing population and social reforms in China: Consequences for economic growth, global climate and health. Co-operation with Fudan University, Shanghai. External finance from Research Council of Norway
  • Business as UNusual Business as Unusual. The implications of fossil divestment and green bonds on financial flows, economic growth and energy markets. External finance from HSBC Climate Change Centre of Excellence.

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