Rolighedsvej 23, 1958 Frederiksberg C
I have worked with applied fisheries economics since 2001, with special focus on development and implementation of bioeconomic models. I have been involved in a various research focusing on combining economic and biological methods for fisheries management assessment.
This has primarily been conducted through participation in various EU financed research projects, but I have also participated in nationally founded projects. I moreover conduct public consultancies and teaching.
Primary fields of research
My primary fields of research are applied and include:
- Development of quantitative numerical bio-economic models for fisheries, with special emphasis on management assessment strategies.
- Bioeconomic Research, with special emphasis on econometric analysis and modelling.
I teach and supervise within the fields of:
- Introductory microeconomics at the bachelor level (Course responsible)
- Applied Environmental and Natural Resource Economics