Publications


IN INTERNATIONAL PEER-REVIEWED JOURNALS
 
42. Richter, A., A.M. Eikeset, D.P. van Soest, F.K. Diekert and N.C. Stenseth (2017). "Optimal Management under Institutional Constraints:Determining a Total Allowable Catch for Different Fleet Segments in the North-Eastern Cod Fishery", Environment and Resource Economics, forthcoming.

41. van Soest, D.P., J.T.R. Stoop and J. Vyrastekova (2016), "Towards a Delineation of the Circumstances in which Cooperation can be sustained in Environmental and Resource Problems", Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 77, 1-13.
 
40. Noussair, C.N., D.P. van Soest and J.T.R. Stoop (2015), “Cooperation in a Dynamic Fishing Game: A Framed Field Experiment”, American Economic Review (P&P) 105(5), 408-413.
 
39. Noussair, C.N., D.P. van Soest and J.T.R. Stoop (2015), “Punishment, Reward and Cooperation in a Framed Field Experiment", Social Choice and Welfare 45(3), 537-559.
 
38. Noussair, C.N. and D.P. van Soest (2014), “Economic Experiments and Environmental Policy: A Review”, Annual Review of Environmental and Resource Economics 6, 319-337.
 
37. Banerjee, S., N. Hanley, F. de Vries and D.P. van Soest (2014), “The Impact of Information Provision on Agglomeration Bonus Performance: An Experimental Study on Local Networks”, American Journal of Agricultural Economics 96(4), 1009-1029.
 
36. Mees, H., J.J. Dijk, D.P. van Soest, P. Driessen, M. van Rijswick and H. Runhaar (2014), “A Method for the Deliberate and Deliberative Selection of Policy Instrument Mixes for Climate Change Adaptation”,Ecology and Society 19(2), article 58.

35. Bateman, I.J., A.R. Harwood, G.M. Mace, R.T. Watson, D.J. Abson, B. Andrews, A. Binner, A. Crowe, B.H. Day, S. Dugdale, C. Fezzi, J. Fodden, D. Hadley, R. Haines-Young, M. Hulme, A. Kontoleon, A.A. Lovett, P. Munday, U. Pascual, J. Paterson, G. Perino, A. Sen, G. Siriwardena, D.P. van Soest, and M. Termansen (2013), "Ecosystem Services: Accounting Standards, Farmers' Challenges, and Nature's Balance Sheet", Science 342 (6157), 421-422.

34. Quaas, M., D.P. van Soest and S. Baumgaertner (2013), "Complementarity, Impatience and the Resilience of Natural-Resource-Dependent Economies", Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 66(1), 15-32.

33. Richter, A., D.P. van Soest and J. Grasman (2013), "Contagious Cooperation, Temptation and Ecosystem Collapse", Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 66(1), 141-158.
 
32. Bateman, I.J., A.R. Harwood, G.M. Mace, R.T. Watson, D.J. Abson, B. Andrews, A. Binner, A. Crowe, B.H. Day, S. Dugdale, C. Fezzi, J. Fodden, D. Hadley, R. Haines-Young, M. Hulme, A. Kontoleon, A.A. Lovett, P. Munday, U. Pascual, J. Paterson, G. Perino, A. Sen, G. Siriwardena, D.P. van Soest, and M. Termansen (2013), "Bringing Ecosystem Services into Economic Decision Making: Land Use in the UK", Science 341 (6141), 45-50.
 
31. Stoop, J.T.R., Ch. Noussair and D.P. van Soest (2012), "From the Lab to the Field: Cooperation among Fishermen", Journal of Political Economy 102(6): 1027-1056.
 
30. Voors, M., E. Nillesen, P. Verwimp, E. Bulte, R. Lensink and D.P. van Soest (2012), “Violent Conflict and Behavior: a Field Experiment in Burundi”, American Economic Review 102 (2): 941-964.
 
29. Arguedas, C. and D.P. van Soest (2011), "Optimal Conservation Programs, Asymmetric Information and the Role of Fixed Costs", Environmental and Resource Economics 50: 305-323.
 
28. Arguedas, C. and D.P. van Soest (2009), “On Reducing the Windfall Profits in Environmental Subsidy Programs”, Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 58(2): 192–205.

27. Aalbers, R., E. van der Heijden, J. Potters, D.P. van Soest and H. Vollebergh (2009), “Technology Adoption Subsidies: An Experiment with Managers”, Energy Economics 31(3): 431–442.

26. Jacobs, J.P.A.M., G.H. Kuper and D.P. van Soest (2009), “On the Effect of High Energy Prices on Investment”, Applied Economics 41(27): 3483 – 3490.

25. Bouma, J., E.H. Bulte and D.P. van Soest (2008), “Trust and Cooperation: Social Capital and Community Resource Management”, Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 56(2): 155–166.

24. Vyrastekova, J. and D.P. van Soest (2008), “On the (In)effectiveness of Rewards in Sustaining Cooperation”, Experimental Economics 11(1): 53–65.

23. Erdlenbruch, K., M. Tidball and D.P. van Soest (2008), “Renewable Resource Management, User Heterogeneity, and the Scope for Cooperation”, Ecological Economics 64(3): 597–602.

22. Bouma, J., D.P. van Soest and E.H. Bulte (2007), “How Sustainable is Participatory Watershed Development in India?”, Agricultural Economics 36(1): 13–22.

21. van Soest, D.P., J.A. List and T. Jeppesen (2006), “A Shadow Price Approach to Measuring the Costs of Increased Environmental Stringency”, European Economic Review 50(5): 1151–116.

20. van Soest, D.P., S.G. Gerking and F.G. van Oort (2006), “On the Spatial Impact of Agglomeration Externalities”, Journal of Regional Science 46(5): 881–899.

19. Kuper, G.H. and D.P. van Soest (2006), “Does Oil Price Uncertainty affect Economic Activity?”, Energy Journal 27(1): 55–78.

18. Dijkstra, B. and D.P. van Soest (2006), “Higher Environmental Damage, More Lenient Environmental Policies?”, Journal of Economics 89(3): 267–284.

17. van Soest, D.P. (2005), “The Impact of Policy Instruments on the Adoption of Energy–Saving Technologies under Uncertainty”, Resource and Energy Economics 27(3): 235–247.

16. Smulders, J.A., D.P. van Soest and C. Withagen (2004), “International Trade, Species Diversity and Habitat Conservation”, Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 48(2): 891–910.

15. van Soest, D.P., S.D. Gerking and F.G. van Oort (2004), “Knowledge Transfer and the Location of New ICT Firms”, International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Innovation Management 4(1): 11–19.

14. Vyrastekova, J. and D.P. van Soest (2003), “Centralized Common Pool Management and Local Community Participation”, Land Economics 79(4): 500–514.

13. Kuper, G.H. and D.P. van Soest (2003), “Path–Dependency and Input Substitution: Implications for Energy Policy Modelling”, Energy Economics 25(4): 397–407.

12. De Nooij, M., R. van der Kruk and D.P. van Soest (2003), “International Comparisons of Domestic Energy Consumption”, Energy Economics 25(4): 359–373.

11. Bulte, E.H., D.P. van Soest, G.C. van Kooten and R. Schipper (2002), “Forest Conservation in Costa Rica when Nonuse Benefits are Uncertain but Rising”, American Journal of Agricultural Economics 84(1): 150–160.

10. van Soest, D.P., E.H. Bulte, A. Angelsen and G.C. van Kooten (2002), “Opening Pandora’s Box? Technological Change and Deforestation”, Environment and Development Economics 7(2): 73–84.

9. Wassenaar, M.C. and D.P. van Soest (2002), “Local Fiscal Strategies in the Netherlands: An Empirical Analysis”, Local Government Studies 28(2): 88–100.

8. Bulte, E.H. and D.P. van Soest (2001), “Environmental Degradation in Developing Countries: Explaining the Environmental Kuznets Curve”, Journal of Development Economics 65(1): 225–236.

7. van Soest, D.P. and E.H. Bulte (2001), “Does the Energy–Efficiency Paradox exist? Technological Progress and Uncertainty”, Environmental and Resource Economics 18(1): 101–112.

6. van Soest, D.P. and B.W. Lensink (2000), “Foreign Transfers and Tropical Deforestation: What Terms of Conditionality?”, American Journal of Agricultural Economics 82(2): 389–399.

5. Bulte, E.H. and D.P. van Soest (1999), “A Note on Soil Depth, Failing Markets and Agricultural Pricing”, Journal of Development Economics 58(1): 245–254.

4. van Soest, D.P. and C.J. Jepma (1997),­ “Certification and Tropical Deforestation: Micro Monitoring without Macro Conditions?”, Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change 2(4): 241–254.

3. Bulte, E.H. and D.P. van Soest (1996), “International Transfers, Price Uncertainty, and Tropical Deforest­ation”, Environment and Development Economics 1(3): 281–287.

2. Bulte, E.H. and D.P. van Soest (1996), “A Note on High Discount Rates and Depletion of Primary Forests”, Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics 21(2): 341–350.

1. Bulte, E.H. and D.P. van Soest (1996), “Tropical Deforestation, Timber Concessions and Slash–and–Burn Agriculture: Why Encroachment may promote Conservation of Primary Forests”, Journal of Forest Economics 2(1): 55–66.
 
 
BOOKS AND BOOK CHAPTERS

25. van Soest, D.P. (2013), “Experiments on Common Property Management”, Chapter 160 in Shogren, J.F. (ed), Encyclopedia of Energy, Natural Resource and Environmental Economics, Volume 2, Amsterdam: Elsevier, 293-298.

24. Stoop, J., D.P. van Soest and J. Vyrastekova (2013), “A Tale of Two Carrots: The Effectiveness of Multiple Reward Stages in a Common Pool Resource Game”, Chapter 10 in M. Price and J. List (eds.), Handbook of Economic Experiments and the Environment, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.

23. Richter, A. and D.P. van Soest (2012), “Global Environmental Problems, Voluntary Action and Government Intervention”, Chapter 10 in E. Brousseau, T. Dedeurwaerdere, P.A. Jouvet and M. Willinger (ed.), Global Environmental Commons: Analytical and Political Challenges in Building Governance Mechanisms, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 223-248.

22. Van Soest, D.P. and H. Vollebergh (2011), “Energy Investment Behavior: Heterogeneity and Subsidy Design”, in Florax, R.J.G.M., H.L.F. de Groot and P. Mulder (eds.), Improving Energy Efficiency through Technology: Trends, Investment Behaviour and Policy Design, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.

21. Van Soest, D.P. and H.L.F. de Groot (2011), “On the Environmental Impact of Energy Market Liberalization”, in Florax, R.J.G.M., H.L.F. de Groot and P. Mulder (eds.), Improving Energy Efficiency through Technology: Trends, Investment Behaviour and Policy Design, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.

20. Bateman, I., D. Abson, N. Beaumont, A. Darnell, C. Fezzi, N. Hanley, A. Kontoleon, D. Maddison, P. Morling, J. Morris, S. Mourato, U. Pascual, G. Perino, A. Sen, D. Tinch, K. Turner, G. Valatin, D.P. van Soest and 31 others (2011), “Economic Values from Ecosystems”, Chapter 22 in UK National Ecosystem Assessment (ed.), The UK National Ecosystem Assessment: Technical Report, Cambridge: UNEP-WCMC.
 
19. Vollebergh, H. and D.P. van Soest (2008), “De Traditionele Economische Analyse van Producenten– en Consumentengedrag Voorbij”, Chapter 4 in F. Oosterhuis (ed.), Aan schaarste geen gebrek. 21 jaar milieueconomie in Nederland, Amsterdam: IVM.
 
18. Vyrastekova, J., Y. Funaki and D.P. van Soest (2007), “Coalition Formation in a Common Pool Resource Game: An Experimental Approach”, Chapter 3 in M. Kohno and T. Saijo (eds), New Developments in Political–Economic Experiments and Behavioral Research, Tokyo: Keisoshobo.
 
17. Vyrastekova, J. and D.P. van Soest (2007), “The effectiveness of centralized and decentralized institutions in managing biodiversity: Lessons from economic experiments”, Chapter 17 in Kontoleon, A., U. Pascual and T. Swanson, Biodiversity Economics: Principles, Methods and Applications, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press: 481–500.

16. Vyrastekova, J., Y. Funaki and D.P. van Soest (2007), “Coalition Formation in a Common Pool Resource Game: An Experimental Approach”, Chapter 3 in M. Kohno and T. Saijo (eds), New Developments in Political–Economic Experiments and Behavioral Research, Tokyo: Keisoshobo.

15. Vyrastekova, J. and D.P. van Soest (2007), “A Note on Peer Enforcement by Selective Exclusion”, in Oda, S.H. (ed.), Developments on Experimental Economics: New Approaches to Solving Real–World Problems, Berlin: Springer Verlag: 187–192.

14. van Soest, D.P. and J. Vyrastekova (2006), “Peer Enforcement in CPR Experiments: The Relative Effectiveness of Sanctions and Transfer Rewards, and the Role of Behavioral Types”, Chapter 6 in J.A. List (ed.), Using Experimental Methods in Environmental and Resource Economics, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar: 113–136.

13. Vyrastekova, J. and D.P. van Soest (2006), “Local Community Participation in Renewable Resource Management: A Closer Look at the Role of Information and Expectations”, Chapter 7 in SPSE (eds), A Political Economic Analysis to Institution and Order, Waseda University: School of Political Science & Economics.

12. Van Oort, F.G., D.P. van Soest and S.D. Gerking (2006), “Agglomeratievoordelen en de Locatie van Nieuwe ICT Bedrijven in Zuid–Holland [Agglomeration Economies and the Location of ICT Firms in the Dutch Province of South Holland]”, in Atzema, O. and P. Louter (eds.), Lokale Daadkracht in de Digitale Doolhof, Assen: van Gorkum.
11. Bouma, J., D.P. van Soest and E.H. Bulte (2005), “Participatory Watershed Development in India: A Sustainable Approach”, Chapter 8 in B.R. Sharma, J.S. Samra, C.A. Scott and S.P. Wani (eds), Watershed Management Challenges: Improving Productivity, Resources and Livelihoods, Colombo: International Water Management Institute (IWMI)/Indian Council for Agricultural Research (ICAR)/International Crops Research Institute for Semi–Arid Tropics (ICRISAT): 129–143.

10. Vyrastekova, J. and D.P. van Soest (2005), “Selective Exclusion in Common Pool Resource Use: An Experimental Study”, Proceedings of the Experimental Economics Week in Honour of Dr Vernon L. Smith, Kyoto and Okayama, Japan, 13–17 December 2004, Berlin: Springer Verlag.
 
9. Van Oort, F.G., D.P. van Soest and S.D. Gerking (2005), “Dynamic Information Externalities and Employment Growth in the Netherlands”, in R. Boschma and R. Kloosterman (eds), Technological Change and Regional Development, Berlin: Springer Verlag.

8. Aalbers, R.F.T., E.C.M. van der Heijden, A.G.C. van Lomwel, J.H.M. Nelissen, J.J.M. Potters and H.R.J. Vollebergh (2005), “Naar een Optimaal Design voor Investeringssubsidies in Milieuvriendelijke Technieken [The Optimal Design of Investment Subsidies to Stimulate the Adoption of Environmentally Friendly Technologies]”, OCFEB Studies in Economic Policy 15, Rotterdam.
 
7. van Soest, D.P. (2004), “Stimuleren van Adoptie van Milieubesparende Technologieën: Welk Instrument, Wanneer? [Stimulating the Adoption of Environmentally Friendly Technologies: When, and How?]”, Chapter 4 in H. Vollebergh, W. van Groenendaal, M. Hofkes and R. Kemp (eds.), Milieubeleid, Technologische Ontwikkeling in de Nederlandse Economie [Environmental Policy, Technological Progress and the Dutch Economy], The Hague: SDU.

6. Beckers, T, J. Dagevos, F. van Aalst, P. van Dijk, A. Ekelenkamp, F. Hermans, H. de Kuper, L. Mostard, T. Reesink and D.P. van Soest (2003), Vernieuwend Duurzaam? Een Analyse van de Plannen voor Moerdijkse Hoek [Sustainability of Industrial Zones: An Analysis], Tilburg: Telos.

5. Angelsen, A., D.P. van Soest, D. Kaimowitz and E.H. Bulte (2001), “Technological Change and Tropical Deforestation: A Theory Overview”, Chapter 2 in A. Angelsen and D. Kaimowitz (eds.), Agricultural Technologies and Tropical Deforestation, Oxon, CABI Publishing: 19–34.

4. Bulte, E.H., D.P. van Soest and G.C. van Kooten (2000), “Economics, Endangered Species and Biodiversity Loss: The Dismal Science in Practice”, Chapter 9 in G.C. van Kooten, A.T. Sinclair and E.H. Bulte (eds.), The Future of Biodiversity: Merging Economic, Ecological and Ethical Viewpoints, Aldershot, Ashgate Publishers: 123–142.

3. van Soest, D.P. (2000), “Milieu en Technologie in Nederland [Environment and Technology Choice in the Netherlands]”, Chapter 6 in Dutch Ministry of Economic Affairs, Background Report for the Evaluation of the EET Program, The Hague: 73–84.

2. Landrot, J.J., D.P. van Soest and J. Maxin (eds., 1999), Road Infrastructures in Tropical Rainforests: Road to Development or Road to Destruction?, FAO/ATIBT, Rome: Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations.

1. van Soest, D.P. (1998), Tropical Deforestation: An Economic Perspective, Theses on Systems, Organisati­ons and Management, Ridderkerk: La­byrinth Publicati­ons.


ARTICLES IN DUTCH OR NON-REFEREED INTERNATIONAL JOURNALS
14. van den Bergh, J., D.P. van Soest and A.J. de Zeeuw (2015), "De Canon van de Milieueconomie", Economisch Statistische Berichten 4708: 248-253.
 
13. van Soest, D.P., C.H. Noussair and J.T.R. Stoop (2013), "Sociale dilemma's bij de visvijver [Social dilemmas in the field]", Economisch Statistische Berichten 4672s, 81-85.
 
12. Vringer, K., H. Vollebergh, D.P. van Soest and F. Dietz (2013), "Dilemma's rond duurzame consumptie [Social dilemmas and green consumption]", Economisch Statistische Berichten 4653: 70-73.
 
11. van Soest, D.P. and J. Dijk (2011), “De economische efficiëntie van agrarisch natuurbeheer [The economic efficiency of agri–environmental contracts]”, Economisch Statistische Berichten 4612S: 11–15.

10. van Soest, D.P. (2007), “De aanpak van het subsidie–freerider probleem [Increasing the effectiveness of adoption subsidies]”, Economisch Statistische Berichten 4513: 407–409.

9. van Soest, D.P. (2005), “De Kosten van Ontkoppeling [The costs of delinking]”, Economisch Statistische Berichten 4461: D27–D29.

8. van Soest, D.P. (2003), “De Poorten Dicht voor een Beter Milieu? [Trade Barriers and the Environment]”, Economisch Statistische Berichten 4392: 18.

7. van Soest, D.P., F.G. van Oort and S.D. Gerking (2001), “Kennisexternaliteiten in Nederland [Knowledge Externalities in the Netherlands]”, Economisch Statistische Berichten 4289: 14–17.

6. van Soest, D.P. and M. de Nooij (1999), “Van Zola naar Efficiënte Beloningen [Emile Zola and Efficient Wage Incentive Structures]”, Economisch Statistische Berichten 4210: 495.

5. De Groot, H.L.F. and D.P. van Soest (1999), “Investeren onder Onzekerheid [Investment under Uncertainty]”, Economisch Statistische Berichten 4196: 230–232.

4. Bulte, E.H. and D.P. van Soest (1999), “De Bescheiden Economische Waarde van Biodiversiteit [The Modest Economic Value of Biodiversity]”, Economisch Statistische Berichten 4190: 124–127.

3. Bulte, E.H. and D.P. van Soest (1997), “Beleggen in Teakhout: Een Tweesnij­dend Kapmes? [A Critical Assessment of the Double Dividend arising from Investments in Teak Plantations]”, Economisch Statistische Berich­ten 4093: 132–134.

2. Bulte, E.H. and D.P. van Soest (1995), “Ontbossing en de Handel in Tropisch Hardhout [Deforest­ation and the Tropical Timber Trade]”, Economisch Statistische Berichten 4034: 1044–1047.

1. Hoogeveen, J.A.M. and D.P. van Soest (1993), “Tropi­cal Rainforest Degradati­on in Cameroon and Ecuador: A Socio–Economic Appro­ach”, Development and Security 41, Groningen: University of Gronin­gen.



REPORTS

8. Vringer, K., H.R.J. Vollebergh, D.P. van Soest, E.C.M. van der Heijden and F.J. Dietz (2015). Sustainable Consumption Dilemmas, OECD Envrionment Working Papers 84, Paris: OECD.

7. Potters, J.J.M., E.H. van der Heijden and D.P. van Soest (2013), Energiebesparing en Gedragsexperimenten [Reductions in Energy Use, an Experimental Analysis], Tilburg: Tilburg Sustainability Center.
 
6. Vringer, K., H. Vollebergh, D.P. van Soest and F. Dietz (2013), Dilemma's rond duurzame consumptie: Een onderzoek naar het draagvlak voor duurzame consumptie [Social dilemmas and green consumption: An investigation into the popular support for sustainable consumption policies], The Hague: Planbureau voor de Leefomgeving.

5. de Zeeuw, A.J., R. in ’t Veld, D.P. van Soest, L. Meuleman and P. Hoogewoning (2008), Social Cost Benefit Analysis for Environmental Policy Making, The Hague: RMNO Background Study V.14.

4. Aalbers, R.F.T., E.C.M. van der Heijden, A.G.C. van Lomwel, J.H.M. Nelissen, J.J.M. Potters and H.R.J. Vollebergh (2005), “Naar een Optimaal Design voor Investeringssubsidies in Milieuvriendelijke Technieken [The Optimal Design of Investment Subsidies to Stimulate the Adoption of Environmentally Friendly Technologies]”, OCFEB Studies in Economic Policy 15, Rotterdam.

3. Beckers, T., J. Dagevos, F. van Aalst, P. van Dijk, A. Ekelenkamp, F. Hermans, H. de Kuper, L. Mostard, T. Reesink and D.P. van Soest (2003), Vernieuwend Duurzaam? Een Analyse van de Plannen voor Moerdijkse Hoek [Sustainability of Industrial Zones: An Analysis], Tilburg: Telos.

2. van Soest, D.P. (2000), “Milieu en Technologie in Nederland [Environment and Technology Choice in the Netherlands]”, Chapter 6 in the Netherlands Ministry of Economic Affairs, Background Report for the Evaluation of the EET Program, The Hague: 73–84.

1. Landrot, J.J., D.P. van Soest and J. Maxin (eds., 1999), Road Infrastructures in Tropical Rainforests: Road to Development or Road to Destruction?, FAO/ATIBT, Rome: Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations.


BOOK REVIEWS
 
1. Dudley, N., J.P. Jeanreneaud and F. Sullivan (1995), Bad Harvest? The Timber Trade and the Degradation of the World’s Forests, WWF/Earthscan Publications, London, reviewed for Journal of Tropical Forest Products 3(2): 220–222, 1997.
 
 
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