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Erik Ansink

Associate Professor, School of Business & Economics, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
Research Fellow, Tinbergen Institute
Faculty member, Amsterdam University College

Editor-in-Chief, Water Resources & Economics
Editor, Cambridge Prisms: Water

Expertise: Environmental economics, water management, game theory, conflict & cooperation, experimental economics.

Teaching: I teach both at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam and Amsterdam University College. Courses include "Introduction to Economics", "Environmental Economics", "Economics of Environmental Policy", and "Grand Challenges for Sustainability".

Contact:
VU Main Building, Office 9A-92
Email: erik.ansink@vu.nl

Recent publications and working papers are listed below. Please contact me if you do not have access. Download my publication list (pdf) or see my Google Scholar page for a complete overview of my publications.

Last update: July 2024.

Recent Publications

"Market power in California's water market"
with Fran├žeska Tomori, Harold Houba, Nick Hagerty and Charles Bos
American Journal of Agricultural Economics (2024)
[published version] [preprint] [replication files]

"Crowdfunding conservation (and other public goods)"
with Jetske Bouma, Dominic Hauck, Mark Koetse and Daan van Soest
Journal of the Association of Environmental and Resource Economists (2022)
[published version] [preprint] [replication files]

"No clue about bioplastics"
with Louise Wijk and Frederiek Zuidmeer
Ecological Economics (2022)
[published version] [preprint]

"Common pool resources with support"
with Hans-Peter Weikard
Natural Resource Modeling (2020)
[published version] [preprint]

"International environmental agreements with support"
with Hans-Peter Weikard and Cees Withagen
Journal of Environmental Economics and Management (2019)
[published version] [preprint]


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Other publications are listed in my publication list (pdf) or see my Google Scholar page.

Working Papers

"Price elasticities of meat, fish and plant-based meat demand: Evidence from Dutch supermarket scanner data"
with Zhaoxin Liu
Tinbergen Institute Discussion Paper 24/046
[download]

"Towards fully decentralized environmental regulation"
with Jens Gudmundsson and Jens Hougaard
Tinbergen Institute Discussion Paper 24/035
[download]

"Agreeing on public goods or bads"
with Hans-Peter Weikard
Tinbergen Institute Discussion Paper 23/057
[download]

"How to pollute a river if you must"
with Yuzhi Yang and Jens Gudmundsson
Tinbergen Institute Discussion Paper 23/036
[download]

"Technology vs information to promote conservation: Evidence from water audits"
with Carmine Ornaghi and Mirco Tonin
Tinbergen Institute Discussion Paper 21/014
[download]

"Conservation auctions, collusion and the endowment effect"
with Justin Dijk and Daan van Soest
Tinbergen Institute Discussion Paper 18/093
[download]


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