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2020
1 Mauritzen, Johannes.
Will the locals benefit?: The effect of wind power investments on rural wages. Energy Policy 2020 ;Volum 142. s. -
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2019
2 Mauritzen, Johannes.
Are Solar Panels Commodities? Evidence of Quality Differences and Asymmetric Information. European Journal of Operational Research 2019 ;Volum 280.(1) s. 365-382
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3 Tangerås, Thomas; Mauritzen, Johannes.
Real-time versus day-ahead market power in a hydro-based electricity market. The Journal of Industrial Economics 2019 ;Volum 66.(4) s. 904-941
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2018
4 Fleten, Stein-Erik; Mauritzen, Johannes; Ullrich, Carl J..
The other renewable: Hydropower upgrades and renewable portfolio standards. Energy Journal 2018 ;Volum 39.(2) s. 197-217
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2017
5 Mauritzen, Johannes.
Cost, Contractors and Scale: An Empirical Analysis of the California Solar Market. Energy Journal 2017 ;Volum 38.(6) s. 177-197
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2016
6 Mauritzen, Johannes.
Lease or Buy? Quality differences and asymmetric information in California solar panels. IAEE International Conference 2016
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7 Mauritzen, Johannes.
The effect of oil prices on field production: evidence from the Norwegian continental shelf. Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics 2016 ;Volum 79.(1) s. 124-144
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2015
8 Mauritzen, Johannes.
How price spikes can help overcome the energy efficiency gap. Economics Letters 2015 ;Volum 134. s. 114-117
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9 Mauritzen, Johannes.
Køprising skal gjøre vondt. Bergens Tidende 2015
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10 Mauritzen, Johannes.
Now or Later? Trading wind power closer to real-time and how poorly designed subsidies lead to higher balancing costs. Energy Journal 2015 ;Volum 36.(4) s. 149-164
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11 Tangerås, Thomas; Mauritzen, Johannes.
Real-time Versus Day-ahead Market Power in a Hydro-based Electricity Market. IAEE International Conference 2015
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2014
12 Mauritzen, Johannes.
Scrapping a wind turbine: Policy changes, scrapping incentives and why wind turbines in good locations get scrapped first. Energy Journal 2014 ;Volum 35.(2) s. 157-181
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13 Mauritzen, Johannes.
Sun and Lemons: Getting over InformationAsymmetries in the California Solar Market. Norges Handelshoeyskole. Institutt for Foretaksoekonomi. Discussion Paper 2014
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14 Mauritzen, Johannes.
The Effect of Oil Prices on Offshore Production: Evidence from the Norwegian Continental Shelf. Norges Handelshoeyskole. Institutt for Foretaksoekonomi. Discussion Paper 2014
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15 Mauritzen, Johannes; Tangerås, Thomas.
Real-time Versus Day-ahead Market Power in a Hydro-based Electricity Market. Norges Handelshoeyskole. Institutt for Foretaksoekonomi. Discussion Paper 2014
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2013
16 Mauritzen, Johannes.
Dead Battery? Wind Power, the Spot Market, and Hydropower Interaction in the Nordic Electricity Market. Energy Journal 2013 ;Volum 34.(1) s. 103-124
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