Katarina Elofsson

Professor

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Katarina Elofsson

Professor

  • Department of Environmental Science - Environmental social science and geography
  • iCLIMATE Aarhus University Interdisciplinary Centre for Climate Change
Postal address:
Frederiksborgvej 399
7407, 119
4000
Roskilde
Denmark
Postal address:
Frederiksborgvej 399
4000
Roskilde
Denmark

Email: katarina.elofsson@envs.au.dk

Mobile: +4522126682

Phone: +4522126682

Curriculum Vitae

Katarina Elofsson is an Environmental and Natural Resource Economist working on the design of environmental policies for spatially heterogeneous natural resources. Her work is applied to water quality management, biodiversity, wildlife, invasive species, and the links between forestry, agriculture and climate policy. Ongoing work includes, e.g., markets for ecological compensation of wetland habitat, valuation of carnivore impact on hunting activities, optimal management of agricultural soil quality, and climate change impacts on pest management.

Previous positions:

2019- Professor in Economics, Södertörn University, Stockholm

2018-2019 Senior lecturer, Södertörn University, Stockholm

2014- Researcher, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Uppsala      

2008-2013 Assistant professor, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Uppsala

2005-2008 Senior Administrative Officer, Analysis Unit, Ministry of Agriculture, Stockholm

2004 Researcher, Swedish Institute for Food and Agricultural Economics, Lund

2003-2005 Researcher, National Institute of Economic Research, Stockholm

Education:

2012 Associate Professor in Economics, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences

2002 PhD in Economics, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences

1997 Licentiate degree, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences          

1992 M.Sc. in Horticulture, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences

 

Employment

Professor

Department of Environmental Science - Environmental social science and geography

Aarhus University

Roskilde, Denmark

27 Sep 2019 → present

iCLIMATE Aarhus University Interdisciplinary Centre for Climate Change

Aarhus University

Roskilde, Denmark

8 Jan 2020 → present