Jun.Prof. Dr. Florian Diekert
Room: 217 (FZU)
Bergheimer Str. 20
Office hour: Please make an appointment via email
- Environmental and Natural Resource Economics
- Sustainable Development
- Game Theory
My work centers on humans and their inter-relations with the social and natural environment. With the help of the ERC Starting Grant “NATCOOP”, I aim to generate a better understanding of how nature shapes preferences and incentives of economic agents and how this in turn affects common-pool resource management.
Education and Employment
- since August 2016: Assistant Professor (Junior Professor) AWI, Heidelberg University
- Oct 2011 – July 2016: PostDoc/Assistant Professor Uni Oslo
- Oct 2011 PhD in Economics, University of Oslo
- Nov 2007 MPhil in Economics, University of Oslo
- Aug 2005 BA in International Relations, TU Dresden
- June 2001 Abitur, Kepler Gymnasium Tübingen
16. Langangen Ø, et al (2019): Ticket to spawn: Combining economic and genetic data to evaluate the effect of climate and demographic structure on spawning distribution in Atlantic cod, Global Change Biology, 25, pp134-143.
15. Diekert FK and Schweder T (2017): Disentangling Effects of Policy Reform and Environmental Changes in the Norwegian Coastal Fishery for Cod, Land Economics, vol. 93(4), pp689-709.
14. Diekert FK (2017): Threatening Thresholds? The effect of disastrous regime shifts on the non-cooperative use of environmental goods and services, Journal of Public Economics, vol. 147, pp30-49.
13. Richter A, Eikeset AM, van Soest, D, Diekert FK, and Stenseth, NC (2017): Optimal Management Under Institutional Constraints: Determining a Total Allowable Catch for Different Fleet Segments in the Northeast Arctic Cod Fishery, Environmental and Resource Economics, online first, doi: 10.1007/s10640-016-0106-3 http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10640-016-0106-3
12. Diekert FK, Richter A, Rivrud IM and Mysterud A (2016): How constraints affect the hunter´s decision to shoot a deer, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, online first: http://www.pnas.org/content/early/2016/11/22/1607685113.full.pdf
11. Diekert FK and Nieminen, E (2016): International fisheries agreements with a shifting stock, Dynamic Games and Applications, online first, doi: 10.1007/s13235-016-0184-4
10. Burgess M, Diekert FK, Jacobsen N, Andersen KH, Gaines, S (2015): Remaining questions in the case for balanced harvesting, Fish and Fisheries, online first, doi: 10.1111/faf.12123
9. Norström A for Beijer Young Scholars (2014): Three necessary conditions for establishing effective Sustainable Development Goals in the Anthropocene. Ecology and Society, vol. 19(3).
8. Diekert FK (2013): The growing value of age: Exploring economic gains from age-specific harvesting in the Northeast Arctic cod fishery. Canadian Journal of Fisheries & Aquatic Sciences, vol. 70, pp.1346-1358.
7. Norström, A for Beijer Young Scholars (2013): Social change vital to sustainability goals (Correspondence). nature, vol. 498(7454), p.299.
6. Diekert FK (2012): The Tragedy of the Commons from a Game-Theoretic Perspective. Sustainability, vol. 4, pp.1776-1786.
5. Diekert FK (2012): Growth Overfishing: The race to fish extends to the dimension of size. Environmental and Resource Economics, vol. 52, pp. 549-572.
4. Eikeset AM, Richter A, Diekert FK, Dankel D, and Stenseth NC (2011): Unintended consequences sneak in the back door: wise use of regulations in fisheries management. In: Belgrano A, Fowler CW (ed) Ecosystem Based Management for Marine Fisheries: An Evolving Perspective, Cambridge University Press, pp. 183 - 217.
3. Diekert FK, Eikeset AM, and Stenseth NC (2010): Where could catch shares prevent stock collapse? Marine Policy, vol. 34, pp. 710 - 712.
2. Diekert FK, Hjermann DØ, Nævdal E, and Stenseth NC (2010): Non-cooperative exploitation of multi-cohort fisheries – The role of gear selectivity in the North-East Arctic cod fishery. Resources and Energy Economics, vol. 32. pp. 78 - 92.
1. Diekert FK, Hjermann DØ, Nævdal E, and Stenseth NC (2010): Spare the Young Fish: Optimal Harvesting Policies for North-East Arctic Cod. Environmental and Resource Economics, vol. 47, pp. 455-475.