Publications list

In­ter­na­tional peer-re­viewed journal art­icles (2010-present):

[1] Sinha, Rämö, Malo, Kallio, and Tahvonen. “Optimal management of naturally regenerating uneven-aged forests”. In: European Journal of Operational Research 256 (2017), 886–900.

[2] Antturi, Ollikainen, Hännen, Jalkanen, Johansson, Prank, and Sofiev. “Costs and benefits of low-sulphur fuel standard for Baltic Sea shipping”. In: Journal of Environmental Management (2016). Accepted.

[3] Chen, Bäckman, and Sumelius. “Nitrogen Use and the Integration of Environmental Concerns into Production”. In: International Journal of Agricultural Resources, Governance and Ecology 12 (2016), 53–76.

[4] Chouayet and Rezitis. “Price Transmission along the European Food Supply Chain in Selected Northern-Southern Countries”. In: International Journal of Food and Beverage Manufacturing and Business Models 1 (2016), 31–48.

[5] Iho, Ahtiainen, Artell, Heikinheimo, Kauppila, Kosenius, Laukkanen, Lindroos, Oinonen, Ollikka, Parkkila, Pavlova, Peltonen, Pouta, and Uusitalo. “The Role of Fisheries in Optimal Eutrophication Management”. In: Water Resource Economics and Policy (2016). In press.

[6] Lappi. “The Welfare Ranking of Prices and Quantities under Noncompliance”. In: International Tax and Public Finance 23 (2016), 269–288.

[7] Liu, Lindroos, and Sandal. “Sharing a Fish Stock When Distribution and Harvest Costs are Density Dependent”. In: Environmental and Resource Economics 3 (2016), 665–686.

[8] Nieminen, Hyytiäinen, and Lindroos. “Economic and policy considerations regarding hydropower and migratory fish”. In: Fish and Fisheries (2016). In press.

[9] Nieminen, Kronbak, and Lindroos. “International Agreements of the Multispecies Baltic Sea Fisheries”. In: Environmental and Resource Economics (2016). In press.

[10] Oinonen, Hyytiäinen, Salojärvi, Ahlvik, Virtanen, Laamanen, and Lehtoranta. “Cost-effective marine protection – a pragmatic approach”. In: PloS ONE (2016).

[11] Oinonen, Levontin, Parkkila, Nieminen, Pulkkinen, Romakkaniemi, Pintassilgo, Kronbak, Laukkanen, and Lindroos. “International fisheries management and recreational benefits: the case of the Baltic salmon”. In: Marine Resource Economics (2016). In press.

[12] Oinonen, Börger, Hynes, Buchs, Heiskanen, Hyytiäinen, Luisetti, and van der Veeren. “The Role of Economics in Ecosystem Based Management: The Case of the EU Marine Strategy Framework Directive; First Lessons Learnt and Way Forward”. In: Journal of Ocean and Coastal Economics 2 (2016).

[13] Ollikainen. “Forest management, public goods, and optimal policies”. In: Annual Review of Resource Economics 8 (2016), 207–226.

[14] Quaas, Reusch, Schmidt, Tahvonen, and R. “It is the economy, stupid! Projecting the fate of fish populations using ecological-economic modeling”. In: Global Change Biology 22 (2016), 264–270.

[15] Rämö and Tahvonen. “Optimizing the Harvest Timing in Continuous Cover Forestry”. In: Environmental and Resource Economics (2016). In press.

[16] Rezitis and Ahammad. “Investigating the interdependency of agricultural production volatility spillovers between Bangladesh, India, and Pakistan”. In: Review of Urban & Regional Development Studies 28 (2016), 32–54.

[17] Rezitis and Kalantzi. “Evaluating the State of Competition and the Welfare Losses in the Greek Manufacturing Sector: An Extended Hall-Roeger Approach”. In: Empirical Economics 50 (2016), 1275–1302.

[18] Rezitis and Kalantzi. “Investigating Technical Efficiency and Its Determinants by Data Envelopment Analysis: An Application in the Greek Food and Beverages Manufacturing Industry”. In: Agribusiness: An International Journal 32 (2016), 254–271.

[19] Rezitis and Pachis. “Investigating the Price Transmission of Greek Fresh Potatoes, Tomatoes, and Cucumbers Markets”. In: Journal of Agricultural & Food Industrial Organization 14 (2016), 91–108.

[20] Scharin, Ericsdotter, Elliott, Turner, Niiranen, Rockström, Blenckner, Hyytiäinen, Ahlvik, Ahtiainen, Artell, Hasselström, and Söderqvist. “Processes for a sustainable stewardship of marine environments”. In: Ecological Economics 128 (2016), 55–67.

[21] Tahvonen. “Economics of rotation and thinning revisited: the optimality of clearcuts versus continuous cover forestry”. In: Forest Policy and Economics 62 (2016), 88–94.

[22] Tahvonen and Rämö. “Optimality of continuous cover vs. clearcut regimes in managing forest resources”. In: Canadian Journal of Forest Research (2016). In press.

[23] Ahlvik and Hyytiäinen. “Value of Adaptation in Water protection - Economic Impacts of Uncertain Climate Change in the Baltic Sea”. In: Ecological Economics 116 (2015), 231–240.

[24] Cao, Hyytiäinen, Hurttala, Valsta, and Vanclay. “An integrated assessment approach to optimal forest bioenergy production for young Scots pine stands”. In: Forest Ecosystems 2 (2015), 1–10.

[25] Hyytiäinen and Ahvik. “Prospects for cost-efficient water protection in the Baltic”. In: Marine Pollution Bulletin 90 (2015), 188–195.

[26] Hyytiäinen, Ahlvik, Ahtiainen, Artell, Huhtala, and Dahlbo. “Policy goals for improved water quality in the Baltic Sea: When do the benefits outweigh the costs?” In: Environmental and Resource Economics 61(2015), 217–241.

[27] Iho, Ribaudo, and Hyytiäinen. “Water Protection in the Baltic Sea and the Chesapeake Bay: Institutions, Policies and Efficiency”. In: Marine Pollution Bulletin 93 (2015), 81–93.

[28] Kosenius and Ollikainen. “Ecosystem benefits from coastal habitats - a three-country choice experiment”. In: Marine Policy 58 (2015), 15–27.

[29] Pekkarinen, Kumpula, and Tahvonen. “Reindeer management and winter pastures in the presence of supplementary feeding and government subsidies”. In: Ecological Modelling 312 (2015), 256–271.

[30] Pintassilgo, Kronbak, and Lindroos. “International Fisheries Agreements: A Game Theoretical Approach”. In: Environmental and Resource Economics 62 (2015), 689–705.

[31] Rämö and Tahvonen. “Economics of harvesting boreal uneven-aged mixed-species forests”. In: Canadian Journal of Forest Research 45 (2015), 1102–1112.

[32] Rezitis. “Empirical Analysis of Agricultural Commodity Prices, Crude Oil Prices and US Dollar Exchange Rates using Panel Data Econometric Methods”. In: International Journal of Energy Economics and Policy 5 (2015), 851–868.

[33] Rezitis. “The Relationship between Agricultural Commodity Prices, Crude Oil Prices and US Dollar Exchange Rates: A Panel VAR Approach and Causality Analysis”. In: International Review of Applied Economics 29 (2015), 403–434.

[34] Rezitis and Ahammad. “Energy Consumption and Economic Growth in South and Southeast Asian Countries: Evidence from a Dynamic Panel Data Approach”. In: International Energy Journal 15 (2015), 103–116.

[35] Rezitis and Ahammad. “Investigating Agricultural Production Relations across Bangladesh, India and Pakistan Using Vector Error Correction and Markov-Switching Models”. In: Agricultural Economics Research Review 28 (2015), 57–72.

[36] Rezitis and Ahammad. “The Relationship between Energy Consumption and Economic Growth in South and Southeast Asian Countries: A Panel Vector Autoregression Approach and Causality Analysis”. In: International Journal of Energy Economics and Policy 5 (2015), 704–715.

[37] Rezitis, Ntinou, and Pachis. “Investigating the International Prices of Wheat and Rice”. In: Agricultural and Food Economics 3 (2015), 1–17.

[38] Sumelius, Tenaw, Bee, and Chambo. “Agenda on Co-operatives for Development Co-operation in Tanzania”. In: Journal of Co-operative Organization and Management 3 (2015), 98–100.

[39] Tahvonen. “Economics of Naturally Regenerating, Heterogeneous Forests”. In: Journal of the Association of Environmental and Resource Economists 2 (2015), 309–337.

[40] Aatola, Ollikainen, and Ollikka. “Informational efficiency of the EU ETS market – a study of price predictability and profitable trading”. In: Journal of Environmental Economics and Policy 3 (2014), 92–123.

[41] Ahlvik, Pitkänen, Ekholm, and Hyytiäinen. “An economic-ecological model to evaluate impacts of nutrient abatement in the Baltic Sea”. In: Environmental Modelling & Software 55 (2014), 164–175.

[42] Ahtiainen, Artell, Czajkowski, Hasler, Hasselsträm, Huhtala, Meyerhoff, Smart, Söderqvist, Alemu, Angeli, Dahlbo, Fleming-Lehtinen, Hyytiäinen, Karloseva, Khaleeva, Maar, Martinsen, Nommann, Pakalniete, Oskolokaite, and Semeniene. “Benefits of meeting nutrient reduction targets for the Baltic Sea –  a contingent valuation study in the nine coastal states”. In: Journal of Environmental Economics and Policy 3 (2014).

[43] Amacher, Ollikainen, and Puhakka. “Long-Run Perspective on Renewable Resource Use and Amenity Benefits: the Case of Forestry”. In: Journal of Environmental Economics and Policy 4 (2014), 164–176.

[44] Amacher, Ollikainen, and Uusivuori. “Forest and ecosystem services: Outline for new policy options”. In: Forest Policy and Economics 47 (2014), 1–3.

[45] Ataseven and Sumelius. “The Evaluation of Agri-environmental Policies in Turkey and the European Union”. In: Fresenius Environmental Bulletin 23 (2014), 1–8.

[46] Bjørndal and Lindroos. “Non-Cooperative Management of the Northeast Atlantic Cod Fishery: A First-mover Advantage”. In: Natural Resource Modeling 27 (2014), 396–410.

[47] Chen, Sipiläinen, and Sumelius. “Assessment of Agri-Environmental Externalities at Regional Levels in Finland”. In: Sustainability 6 (2014), 3171–3191.

[48] Hautakangas, Ollikainen, Aarnos, and Rantanen. “Nutrient Abatement Potential and Abatement Costs of Waste Water Treatment Plants in the Baltic Sea Region”. In: Ambio 43 (2014), 352–360.

[49] Holma, Kulmala, and Lindroos. “The economics of conflicting interests: Northern Baltic salmon fishery adaption to grey seal abundance”. In: Natural Resource Modeling 27 (2014), 2775–299.

[50] Hyytiä. “Farm diversification and regional investments: efficient instruments for the CAP rural development targets in rural regions of Finland?” In: European Review of Agricultural Economics 41 (2014), 255–277.

[51] Hyytiä. “Rural-Urban Multiplier and Policy Effects in Finnish Rural Regions: an Inter-Regional Sam Analysis”. In: European Countryside 6 (2014), 179–201.

[52] Hyytiäinen and Huhtala. “Combating eutrophication in coastal areas at risk for oil spill”. In: Annals of Operations Research 219 (2014), 101–121.

[53] Iho, Lankoski, Ollikainen, Puustinen, and Lehtimäki. “Agri-environmental auctions for phosphorus load reduction: Experiences from a Finnish pilot”. In: Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics 58 (2014), 205–222.

[54] Juutinen, Ollikainen, Mönkkönen, Reunanen, Tikkanen, and Kouki. “Optimal contract length for biodiversity conservation under conservation budget constraint”. In: Forest Policy and Economics 47 (2014), 14–24.

[55] Lindegarth, Bergström, Mattila, Olenin, Ollikainen, Downie, Sundblad, Bucas, Gullström, Snickars, von Numers, Svensson, and Kosenius. “Testing the Potential for Predictive Modeling and Mapping and Extending Its Use as a Tool for Evaluating Management 5 Scenarios and Economic Valuation in the Baltic Sea (PREHAB)”. In: Ambio 43 (2014), 82–93.

[56] Miettinen, Ollikainen, Nieminen, Ukonmanaho, Lauren, Hynynen, Lehtonen, and Valsta. “Whole-tree harvesting with stump removal versus stem-only harvesting in peatlands when water quality, biodiversity conservation and climate change mitigation matter”. In: Forest Policy and Economics 47 (2014), 25–35.

[57] Ollikainen. “Forests in Bioeconomy - Smart Green Growth for the Humankind”. In: Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research 29 (2014), 360–366.

[58] Pihlainen, Tahvonen, and Niinimäki. “Economics of timber and bioenergy production and carbon storage in Scots pine stands”. In: Canadian Journal of Forest Research 44 (2014), 1091–1102.

[59] Pilli-Sihvola, van Oort, Hanssen-Bauer, Ollikainen, Rummukainen, and Tuomenvirta. “Communication and Use of Climate Scenarios for Climate Change Adaptation in Finland, Sweden and Norway”. In: Local Environment 20 (2014), 510–524.

[60] Rämö and Tahvonen. “Optimal harvesting of uneven-aged stands in Fennoscandia”. In: Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research 29 (2014), 777–792.

[61] Saikkonen, Ollikainen, and Lankoski. “Imported palm oil for biofuels in the EU: Profitability, greenhouse gas emissions and social welfare effects”. In: Biomass and Bioenergy 68 (2014), 7–23.

[62] Saikkonen, Herzon, Ollikainen, and Lankoski. “Socially optimal drainage system and agricultural biodiversity: A case study for Finnish landscape”. In: Journal of Environmental Management 146 (2014), 84–91.

[63] Tahvonen, Kumpula, and Pekkarinen. “Optimal harvesting of an agestructured two sex herbivore-plant system”. In: Ecological Modelling 272 (2014), 348–361.

[64] Voss, Quaas, Schmidt, Tahvonen, Lindegegren, and Moellmann. “Assessing social-ecological trade-offs to advance ecosystem-based fisheries management”. In: PloS One 9 (2014), 1–8.

[65] Aatola, Ollikainen, and Toppinen. “Impact of the Carbon Price on the Integrating European Electricity Market”. In: Energy Policy 61 (2013), 1236–1251.

[66] Aatola, Ollikainen, and Toppinen. “Price determination in the EU-ETS market: Theory and econometric analysis with market fundamental”. In: Energy Economics 36 (2013), 380–395.

[67] Ahtiainen, Artell, Czajkowski, Hasler, Hasselström, Hyytiäinen, Meyerhoff, Smart, Söderqvist, Zimmer, Khaleeva, Rastrigina, and Tuhkanen. “Public preferences regarding use and condition of the Baltic Sea – an international comparison informing marine policy”. In: Marine Policy 42 (2013), 20–30.

[68] Hansson, Ferguson, Olofson, and Rantamäki-Lahtinen. “Farmers’ motives for diversifying their farm business: the influence of family”. In: Journal of Rural Studies 32 (2013), 240–250.

[69] Helin, Hyytiäinen, Korpela, and Kuussaari. “Model for quantifying the synergies between farmland biodiversity conservation and water protection at catchment scale”. In: Journal of Environmental Management 131 (2013), 307–317.

[70] Hyytiä and Kola. “Tourism policy as a tool for rural development”. In: Applied Economic Perspectives and Policy 35 (2013), 708–730.

[71] Hyytiäinen, Lehtiniemi, Niemi, and Tikka. “An Optimization Framework for Addressing Aquatic Invasive Species”. In: Ecological Economics 91 (2013), 69–79.

[72] Juutinen, Mäntymaa, and Ollikainen. “Landowners’ conservation motives and the size of information rents in environmental bidding systems”. In: Journal of Forest Economics 19 (2013), 128–148.

[73] Kosenius and Ollikainen. “Valuation of environmental and societal tradeoffs of renewable energy sources”. In: Energy Policy 62 (2013), 1148–1156.

[74] Kronbak and Lindroos. “Allocation and sharing in international fisheries agreements”. In: Food Economics 9 (2013), 186–198.

[75] Kulmala, Levontin, Lindroos, and Pintassilgo. “Atlantic salmon fishery in the Baltic Sea – A case of trivial cooperation?” In: Strategic Behavior and the Environment 3 (2013), 121–147.

[76] Lankoski and Ollikainen. “Counterfactual approach to assessing agrienvironmental policy: The case of the Finnish water protection policy”. In: Review of Agricultural and Environmental Economics 94 (2013), 165–193.

[77] Lindroos and Munro. “Introduction to the special issue on game theory and fisheries: recent issues”. In: Strategic Behavior and the Environment 3 (2013), 1–5.

[78] Lombardini and Lankoski. “Forced Choice Restriction in Promoting Sustainable Food Consumption: Intended and Unintended Effects of the Mandatory Vegetarian Day in Helsinki Schools”. In: Journal of Consumer Policy 36 (2013), 159–178.

[79] Nyairo, Kola, and Sumelius. “Effects of Agricultural Policy Change on Maize Supply in Developing Countries: a Comparative Study of Kenya and Zambia”. In: International Journal of Agricultural and Food Research 2 (2013), 50–61.

[80] Rahikainen, Lindroos, and Kaitala. “Stability of international fisheries agreements using precautionary bioeconomic harvesting strategies”. In: Strategic Behavior and the Environment 3 (2013), 97–120.
[81] Rezitis, Gil, and Sassi. “Economics of Agricultural and Food Markets”. In: Economics Research International 2013 (2013), 1–2.

[82] Rezitis and Kalantzi. “Measuring the Degree of Market Power in the Greek Manufacturing Industry”. In: International Review of Applied Economics 27 (2013), 339–359.

[83] Rezitis and Pachis. “Investigating the Price Transmission Mechanism of the Greek Fresh Tomato Market with a Markov Switching Vector Error Correction model”. In: Agricultural Economics Review 14 (2013), 29–45.

[84] Rezitis and Sassi. “Commodity Food Prices: Review and Empirics”. In: Economics Research International 2013 (2013), 1–15.

[85] Sievänen, Sumelius, Islam, and Sell. “From struggle in responsible investment to potential to improve global environmental governance through UN PRI”. In: International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law & Economics 13 (2013), 197–217.

[86] Tahvonen, Pihlainen, and Niinimäki. “On the economics of timber production in boreal Scots pine stands”. In: Canadian Journal of Forest Research 43 (2013), 719–730.

[87] Amacher, Ollikainen, and Koskela. “Corruption and Forest Concessions”. In: Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 63 (2012), 92–104.

[88] Bjørndal and Lindroos. “Cooperative and Non-Cooperative Management of the Northeast Atlantic Cod Fishery”. In: Journal of Bioeconomics 14 (2012), 41–60.

[89] Ervola, Lankoski, Ollikainen, and Mikkola. “Agriculture and climate change: The socially optimal production, land use and GHG emissions”. In: Food Science 9 (2012), 10–24.

[90] Islam, Sumelius, and Bäckman. “Technical Efficiency of Traditional and High Yielding Variety Rice Production: Evidence from Bangladesh”. In: Agricultural Economics Review 13 (2012), 93–100.

[91] Kuuluvainen, O, and Aakala. “Even-aged and uneven-aged forest management in boreal Fennoscandia”. In: Ambio 41 (2012), 720–737.

[92] Lappi. “Duopolists in output and permit markets: interaction and regulation”. In: Strategic Behavior and the Environment 2 (2012), 279–293.

[93] Miettinen, Hyytiäinen, and Mäkinen. “Production costs of biodiversity zones on field and forest margins: a case study in Finland”. In: Journal of Environmental Management 103 (2012), 122–132.

[94] Miettinen, Ollikainen, Finer, Koivusalo, Lauren, and Valsta. “Diffuse load management with biodiversity co-benefits: the optimal rotation age and buffer zone size”. In: Forest Science 58 (2012), 342–352.

[95] Nieminen, Lindroos, and Heikinheimo. “Optimal bioeconomic multispecies fisheries management: A Baltic Sea case study”. In: Marine Resource Economics 27 (2012), 115–136.

[96] Niinimäki, Tahvonen, Mäkelä, and Linkosalo. “On the economics of Norway spruce stands and carbon storages”. In: Canadian Journal of Forest Research 43 (2012), 637–648.

[97] Rantamäki-Lahtinen and Väre. “Strategic objectives and development plans of beginning farmers”. In: Agricultural and Food Science 4 (2012), 430–439.

[98] Rezitis. “Modeling and Decomposing Price Volatility in the Greek Meat Market”. In: International Journal of Computational Economics and Econometrics 2 (2012), 197–222.

[99] Rezitis and Kalantzi. “Assessing Competitive Conditions and Welfare Losses in the Greek Food and Beverages Manufacturing Industry: An Extended Hall-Roeger Approach”. In: Economics Bulletin 32 (2012), 1413–1427.

[100] Rezitis and Kalantzi. “Investigating Market Structure of the Greek Food and Beverages Manufacturing Industry: A Hall-Roeger Approach”. In: Agricultural Economics Review 13 (2012), 49–64.

[101] Rezitis and Kalantzi. “Measuring Market Power and Welfare Losses in the Greek Food and Beverages Manufacturing Industry”. In: Journal of Agricultural & Food Industrial Organization 10 (2012), 1–31.

[102] Rezitis and Stavropoulos. “Greek Meat Supply Response and Price Volatility in a Rational Expectations Framework: AMultivariate GARCH Approach”. In: European Review of Agricultural Economics 39 (2012), 309–333.

[103] Tahvonen, Quaas, Schmidt, and Voss. “Optimal harvesting of age-structured schooling fishery”. In: Environmental and Resource Economics 54 (2012), 21–39.

[104] Teerioja, Moliis, Kuvaja, Ollikainen, Punkkinen, and Merta. “Pneumatic vs. door-to-door waste collection systems in existing urban areas – a comparison of economic performance”. In: Waste Management 32 (2012), 1782–1792.

[105] Apergis and Rezitis. “Food Price Volatility and Macroeconomic Factors: Evidence from GARCH and GARCH-X Estimates”. In: Journal of Agricultural & Applied Economics 43 (2011), 95–110.

[106] Bäckman, Islam, and Sumelius. “Determinants of Technical Efficiency of Rice Farms in North-Central and North-Western regions in Bangladesh”. In: Journal of Developing Areas 45 (2011), 73–94.

[107] Hyytiä. “Food industry, agriculture and rural economy responding to the infrastructure improvements in South Ostrobothnia”. In: Acta agriculturae Scandinavica, Section C 8 (2011), 75–91.

[108] Hyytiäinen, Niemi, Koikkalainen, Palosuo, and Salo. “Adaptive Optimization of Crop Production and Nitrogen Leaching Abatement under Yield Uncertainty”. In: Agricultural Systems 104 (2011), 634–644.

[109] Islam, Bäckman, and Sumelius. “Technical, Economic and Allocative Efficiency of Microfinance Borrowers and Non-Borrowers: Evidence from Peasant Farming in Bangladesh”. In: European Journal of Social Sciences 18 (2011), 361–377.

[110] Islam, Sipiläinen, and Sumelius. “Access to Microfinance: Does it Matter for Profit Efficiency among Small Scale Rice Farmers in Bangladesh?” In: Middle-East Journal of Scientific Research 9 (2011), 311–323.

[111] Islam, Sipiläinen, and Sumelius. “Influence of Credit Constraints on Technical, Allocative and Cost Efficiency in Peasant Farming in Bangladesh”. In: European Journal of Scientific Research 56 (2011), 229–243.

[112] Kallio-Nyberg, Salminen, Saloniemi, and Lindroos. “Effects of marine survival, precocity and other life history traits on the cost-benefit of stocking salmon in the Baltic Sea”. In: Fisheries Research 110 (2011), 111–119.

[113] Kronbak and Lindroos. “On Species Preservation and Non-Cooperative Exploiters”. In: Strategic Behavior and the Environment 1 (2011), 49–70.

[114] Lankoski and Ollikainen. “Biofuel policies and the environment: Do climate benefits warrant increased production from biofuel feedstocks?” In: Ecological Economics 70 (2011), 676–687.

[115] Niinimäki, Tahvonen, and Mäkelä. “Applying a process-based model in Norway spruce management”. In: Forest Ecology and Management 265 (2011), 102–115.

[116] Rezitis and Kalantzi. “Investigating Market Structure of the Greek Manufacturing Industry: A Hall-Roeger Approach”. In: Atlantic Economic Journal 39 (2011), 383–400.

[117] Rezitis and Reziti. “Threshold Cointegration in the Greek Milk Market”. In: Journal of International Food and Agribusiness Marketing 23 (2011), 231–246.

[118] Rezitis and Stavropoulos. “Price Transmission and Volatility in the Greek Broiler Sector: A Threshold Cointegration Analysis”. In: Journal of Agricultural and Food Industrial Organization 9 (2011), 1–37.

[119] Rezitis and Stavropoulos. “Price Volatility and Rational Expectations in a Sectoral Framework Commodity Model: A Multivariate GARCH Approach”. In: Agricultural Economics 42 (2011), 419–435.

[120] Rinne, Lankoski, Ollikainen, and Mikkola. “Ethanol production under endogenous crop prices: Theoretical analysis with an empirical application to barley”. In: Biomass and Bioenergy 35 (2011), 4788–4796.

[121] Tahvonen. “Optimal structure and development of uneven-aged Norway spruce forests”. In: Canadian Journal of Forest Research 41 (2011), 2389–2402.

[122] Voss, Hinrichsen, Quaas, Schmidt, and Tahvonen. “Temperature change and Baltic sprat: from observations to ecological-economic modelling”. In: ICES Journal of Marine Science 68 (2011), 1244–1256.

[123] Bailey, Sumaila, and Lindroos. “Application of game theory to fisheries over three decades”. In: Fisheries Research 102 (2010), 1–8.

[124] Holopainen, Mäkinen, Rasinmäki, Hyytiäinen, Bayazidi, and Pietilä. “Comparison of uncertainty factors in stand level forest yield value simulation”. In: Forest Policy and Economics 12 (2010), 377–386.

[125] Holopainen,Mäkinen, Rasinmäki, Hyytiäinen, Bayazidi, Vastaranta, and Pietilä. “Uncertainty in forest property net present value estimations”. In: Forests 1 (2010), 177–193.

[126] Hyytiäinen and Haigh. “Evaluation of forest management systems under risk of wildfire”. In: European Journal of Forest Research 129 (2010), 909–919.

[127] Juutinen and Ollikainen. “Trading in Nature Values as a means of biodiversity conservation in boreal forests: Theory and experience from Finland”. In: Forest Science 56 (2010), 201–211.

[128] Lankoski, Lichtenberg, and Ollikainen. “Agri-environmental Program Compliance in a Heterogeneous Landscape”. In: Environmental and Resource Economics 47 (2010), 1–22.

[129] Lappi, Ollikka, and Ollikainen. “Optimal fuel-mix in CHP plants under stochastic permit price. Risk neutrality versus risk aversion”. In: Energy Policy 38 (2010), 1079–1086.

[130] Liu and Sumelius. “Analysis of the Factors of Farmers’ Participation in Cooperative Management in Finland”. In: Journal of Rural Cooperation 38 (2010), 134–155.

[131] Mäkipää, Linkosalo, Niinimäki, Komarov, Bykhovets, Tahvonen, and Mäkelä. “How forest management and climate change affect the carbon sequestration of a Norway spruce stand”. In: Journal of Forest Planning 16 (2010), 107–120.

[132] Mäkinen, Rantamäki-Lahtinen, Ylätalo, and Vehkamäki. “Measuring the success of Finnish family farms”. In: Acta Agriculturae Scandinavica, Section C 6 (2010), 185–196.

[133] Pilli-Sihvola, Aatola, Ollikainen, and Tuomenvirta. “Climate change and electricity consumption – witnessing increasing or decreasing use and costs?” In: Energy Policy 38 (2010), 2409–2419.

[134] Pintassilgo, Finus, Lindroos, and Munro. “Stability and Success of Regional Fisheries Management Organizations”. In: Environmental and Resource Economics 46 (2010), 377–402.

[135] Rezitis. “Agricultural Productivity and Convergence: Europe and the United States”. In: Applied Economics 42 (2010), 1029–1044.

[136] Rezitis. “Evaluating the State of Competition of the Greek Banking Industry”. In: Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions & Money 20 (2010), 68–90.

[137] Rezitis and Stavropoulos. “Modelling Beef Supply Response and Price Volatility under CAP Reforms: The Case of Greece”. In: Food Policy 35 (2010), 163–174.

[138] Rezitis and Stavropoulos. “Supply Response and Price Volatility in the Greek Broiler Market”. In: Agribusiness: An International Journal 26 (2010), 25–48.

[139] Tahvonen, Pukkala, Laiho, Lähde, and Niinimäki. “Optimal management of uneven-aged Norway spruce forests”. In: Forest Ecology and Management 260 (2010), 106–115.