CICERO - Center for International Climate Research
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Energy Food and forests Climate finance Local Solutions China The Arctic ​International Climate Policy

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E-mail: steffen.kallbekken@cicero.oslo.no


Research Director for the CICEP group and Director of CICEP Center for International Climate and Energy Policy
 

I have worked at CICERO since 2002. I was initially hired to program our first computable general equilibrium model, and started a PhD on the effectiveness and acceptability of environmental taxes two years later. After completing my PhD in 2008 I have managed research projects on environmental taxes, transport policy, behavioural interventions ("nudges"), and energy efficiency. I was Research Director of the Climate Policy unit in 2012 and 2013, and the Climate Economics Unit from 2014 to 2017. Since 2014 I have been Director of our FME-center CICEP Center for International Climate and Energy Policy, and much of my outreach and research has focused on the Paris Agreement.

My current research interests follow two main lines: The design of international climate agreements, with a particular focus on the role of short-lived climate pollutants, and the effectiveness and acceptability of climate policy instruments. Most of my research is based on use surveys, lab and field experiments.

Projects

Publications and outreach at CICERO

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Journal article

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2009

  • Steffen Kallbekken, Nathan Appleton Rive, Jan S. Fuglestvedt, 2009 Curbing emissions: cap and rate Nature Reports: Climate Change, Nature Publishing Group, EN

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Report/dissertation

2017

  • Steffen Kallbekken, Bård Lahn, Asbjørn Torvanger, 2017 Klimavalg 2017 NO

2015

2014

2013

2011

Web articles

  • Centre for International Climate and Energy Policy (CICEP) CICEP is one of three centres for social science based research on environment-friendly energy established by the Research Council of Norway in 2011.
  • The role of short-lived climate forcers in the golbal climate regime The primary objective of the project is to provide a comprehensive assessment of the potential of mitigation of Short-Lived Climate Forcers (SLCFs) in the emerging global climate regime.
  • CONSEED This research project investigates how we can encourage consumers to buy the most energy-efficient appliances, houses and cars. Can information on monetary savings guide us towards greener purchases?