Prof. Patrik Söderholm

Economics Unit

Lulea University of Technology, Lulea, Sweden




1998  Ph.D., Economics Unit, Lulea University of Technology, Sweden

1992  B.Sc., Department of Economics, Umeå University, Sweden

Publications (Selected)

  1. F. Pettersson, D. Maddison, S. Acar, P. Söderholm (2014). Convergence of Carbon Dioxide Emissions: A Review of the Literature. International Review of Environmental and Resource Economics, 7(2), 141-178.
  2. Å. Lindman, K. Ek. P. Söderholm (2013). Voluntary Citizen Participation in Carbon Allowance Markets: The Role of Norm-based Motivation. Climate Policy, 13(6), 680-697.
  3. P. Söderholm (2012). Modeling the Economic Costs of Climate Policy: An Overview. American Journal of Climate Change, 1(1), 14-32.
  4. F. Pettersson, R. Lundmark, P. Söderholm (2012) Fuel Switching and Climate and Energy Policies in the European Power Generation Sector: A Generalized Leontief Model. forthcoming in Energy Economics.
  5. A. Lindman, P. Söderholm (2012) Wind Power Learning Rates: A Conceptual Review and Meta-Analysis,” forthcoming in Energy Economics.
  6. P. Söderholm, R. Hildingsson, B. Johansson, J. Khan, F. Wilhelmsson (2011) Governing the Transition to Low-Carbon Futures: A Critical Survey of Energy Scenarios for 2050. Futures, 43, 1105-1116.
  7. Krook-Riekkola, E. Ahlgren, P. Söderholm (2011) Ancillary Benefits of Climate Policy in a Small Open Economy: An Application of the TIMES-Sweden Model. Energy Policy, 39, 4985-4998.
  8. K. Ek, P. Söderholm (2010) Technology Learning in the Presence of Public R&D: The Case of European Wind Power.Ecological Economics, 69, 2356-2362.
  9. F. Pettersson, P. Söderholm (2008) Climate Policy and the Social Cost of Power Generation: Impacts of the Swedish National Emissions Target. Energy Policy, 36, 4154-4158.
  10. K. Ek, P. Söderholm (2008) “Norms and Economic Motivation in the Swedish Green Electricity Market. Ecological Economics, 58, 169-182.
  11. P. Söderholm (2008) “The Political Economy of International Green Certificates Markets,” Energy Policy, 36, 2051-2062.
  12. P. Söderholm, T. Sundqvist (2007) The Empirical Challenges of Measuring Technology Learning in the Renewable Energy Sector. Renewable Energy, 32, 2559-2578.
  13. P. Söderholm, G. Klaassen (2007) Wind Power in Europe: A Simultaneous Innovation-Diffusion Model. Environmental & Resource Economics, 36, 163-190.
  14. R. Lundmark, P. Söderholm (2004) Estimating and Decomposing the Rate of Technical Change in the Swedish Pulp and Paper Industry: A General Index Approach. International Journal of Production Economics, 91, 17-35.
  15. P. Söderholm, T. Sundqvist (2003) Pricing Environmental Externalities in the Power Sector: Ethical Limits and Implications for Social Choice. Ecological Economics, 46, 333-350.
  16. P. Söderholm, L. Strömberg (2003) A Utility-Eye View of the CO2 Compliance Decision Process in the European Power Sector. Applied Energy, 75, 183-192.
  17. P. Söderholm (2001) Fossil Fuel Flexibility in West European Power Generation and the Impact of System Load Factors.Energy Economics, 23, 77-97.

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