Prof Martin Quaas

Head of Research Group

Curriculum Vitae




iDiv publications


Kroetz, K., Nøstbakken, L., Quaas, M.

(2022): The Future of Wild-Caught Fisheries: Expanding the Scope of Management. Review of Environmental Economics and Policy

Quaas, M., Skonhoft, A.

(2022): Welfare Effects of Changing Technological Efficency in Regulated Open-Access Fisheries. Environmental and Resource Economics

Meier, F. D., Quaas, M. F.

(2021): Booming gas – A theory of endogenous technological change in resource extraction. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management

Voss, R., Quaas, M.

(2021): Fisheries management and tipping points: Seeking optimal management of Eastern Baltic cod under conditions of uncertainty about the future productivity regime. Natural Resource Modeling

Bronnmann, J., Stoeven, M. T., Quaas, M., Asche, F.

(2021): Measuring Motivations for Choosing Ecolabeled Seafood: Environmental Concerns and Warm Glow. Land Economics

Voss, R., Quaas, M. and Neuenfeldt, S.

(2021): Robust, ecological–economic multispecies management of Central Baltic fishery resources. ICES Journal of Marine Science

C. Bertram, M. Quaas, T. B. H. Reusch, A. T. Vafeidis, C. Wolff, W. Rickels

(2021): The blue carbon wealth of nations. Nature Climate Change

C. Möllmann, X. Cormon, S. Funk, S. A. Otto, J. O. Schmidt, H. Schwermer, C. Sguotti, R. Voss, M. Quaas

(2021): Tipping point realized in cod fishery. Scientific Reports

M. F. Quaas, J. N. Meya, H. Schenk, B. Bos, M. A. Drupp, T. Requate

(2021): The social cost of contacts: Theory and evidence for the first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic in Germany. PLOS ONE

M. T. Stoeven, F. K. Diekert, M. F. Quaas   

(2021): Should Fishing Quotas Be Measured in Terms of Numbers?. Marine Resource Economics

T. H. Beery, M. Quaas, M. Stenseke

(2021): Editorial: Nature's Contributions to People: On the Relation Between Valuations and Actions. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution

Bos, B., Drupp, M. A., Meya, J. N., Quaas, M. F.

(2020): Moral Suasion and the Private Provision of Public Goods: Evidence from the COVID-19 Pandemic. Environmental and Resource Economics

Drupp, M. A., Baumgärtner, S., Meyer, M., Quaas, M. F., von Wehrden, H.

(2020): Between Ostrom and Nordhaus: The research landscape of sustainability economics. Ecological Economics

Quaas, M. F., Baumgärtner, S., Drupp, M. A., Meya, J. N.

(2020): Intertemporal utility with heterogeneous goods and constant elasticity of substitution. Economics Letters

Smith, M., Li, Q., Bronnmann, J., Karasik, R., Quaas, M.

(2020): An Age-structured Backward-bending Supply of Fish: Implications for Conservation of Bluefin Tuna. Journal of the Association of Environmental and Resource Economists

Doyen, L., ..., Quaas, M., Regnier, E., Sanz, N., Thebaud, O.

(2019): From no whinge scenarios to viability tree. Ecological Economics

Drupp, M. A., Khadjavi, M., Quaas, M. F.

(2019): Truth-telling and the regulator. Experimental evidence from commercial fishermen. European Economic Review

Lancker, K., M. F. Quaas

(2019): Increasing marginal costs and the efficiency of differentiated feed-in tariffs. Energy Economics

Okonkwo, J. U., Quaas, M. F.

(2019): Welfare effects of natural resource privatization: a dynamic analysis. Environment and Development Economics

Quaas, M. F., Tahvonen, O.

(2019): Strategic Harvesting of Age-Structured Populations. Marine Resource Economics

Quaas, M., Baumgärtner, S., De Lara, M.

(2019): Insurance value of natural capital. Ecological Economics

Voss, R., Quaas, M. F., Stiasny, M. H., Hänsel, M., Stecher Justiniano Pinto, G. A., Lehmann, A., Reusch, T. B. H., Schmidt, J. O.

(2019): Ecological-economic sustainability of the Baltic cod fisheries under ocean warming and acidification. Journal of Environmental Management

Hänsel, M. C., Schmidt, J. O., Stiasny, M. H., Stöven, M. T., Voss, R., Quaas, M. F.

(): Ocean warming and acidification may drag down the commercial Arctic cod fishery by 2100. PLOS ONE
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