Marko
MARKO LINDROOS, University Lecturer

Department of Economics and Management
P.O. Box 27
00014 University of Helsinki, FINLAND
e-mail: firstname.lastname (at) helsinki.fi

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Publications Recent publications
Working papers
Projects

Fisheries Research Group

Game Theory and Fisheries

Teaching

Visiting hours: send me e-mail, skype me or if the door is open just enter

YE4/YLE5 Luonnonvarataloustiede (natural resource economics) autumn

YE7/YLE8 Kandiseminaari (BSc seminar) autumn-spring

YE10/YLE13 Advanced Natural Resource Economics autumn paired years

YE12.1/YLE16 Numerical Modeling in Environmental and Resource Economics spring


Publications

  1. V. Kaitala and Marko Lindroos [1998], Sharing the Benefits of Cooperation in High Seas Fisheries: A Characteristic Function Game Approach, Natural Resource Modeling 11, 275 - 299.
  2. T. Bjørndal, V. Kaitala, Marko Lindroos and G. Munro [2000]: "The Management of High Seas Fisheries", Annals of Operations Research 94, 183-196.
  3. S. Touzeau, Marko Lindroos, V. Kaitala and J. Ylikarjula [2000]: "Economic and Biological Risk Analysis of the Norwegian spring-spawning herring Fishery", Annals of Operations Research 94, 197-217. 
  4. Marko Lindroos [2000]: “Cooperation and Conflicts in High Seas Fisheries”, Ph.D. thesis, Helsinki School of Economics, A-172.
  5. Marko Lindroos and V. Kaitala [2000]: "Nash Equilibria in a Coalition Game of Norwegian Spring-spawning Herring Fishery", Marine Resource Economics 15, 321-339.
  6. Marko Lindroos and V. Kaitala [2001]: "Conflict and Co-operation in Fisheries: A Game Theory Approach", in Game Theory and Applications 7
    (L. Petrosjan and V. Mazalov eds.), Nova Science Publishers, 90-106.
  7. M. Kitti, Marko Lindroos and V. Kaitala [2002]: "Optimal Harvesting of the Norwegian Spring-Spawning Herring Stock", Environmental Modeling & Assessment 7, 47-55.
  8. Marko Lindroos [2004]: "Sharing the benefits of cooperation in the Norwegian spring-spawning herring fishery", International Game Theory Review 6, 35-54.
  9. V. Kaitala and Marko Lindroos [2004]: "When to Sign an Environmental Agreement: The Case of High Seas Fisheries", International Game Theory Review 6, 55-68.
  10. Marko Lindroos [2004]: "Restricted Coalitions in the Management of Regional Fisheries Organisations", Natural Resource Modeling 17, 45-70.
  11. K. Muje, Marko Lindroos, T. Marjomäki and J. Karjalainen [2004]: ”Interlocked sustainable use of parallel fish stocks – modelling biological and socio-economic conditions of Finnish vendace (Coregonus albula (L.)) fishery”, Annales Zoologici Fennici 41, 375-390.
  12. T. Bjørndal and Marko Lindroos [2004]: “International Management of North Sea Herring”, Environmental and Resource Economics 29, 83-96.
  13. T. Bjørndal, D. Gordon, V. Kaitala and Marko Lindroos [2004]: "International Management Strategies for a Straddling Fish Stock: A Bio-Economic Simulation Model of the Norwegian Spring-Spawning Herring Fishery", Environmental and Resource Economics 29, 435-457.
  14. L. G. Kronbak and Marko Lindroos [2006]: ”An Enforcement-Coalition Model: Fishermen and Authorities Forming Coalitions”, Environmental and Resource Economics 35, 169-194.
  15. Marko Lindroos, L. G. Kronbak and V. Kaitala [2007]: ”Coalitions in Fisheries Games”, In Advances in Fisheries economics - Festschrift in Honour of Professor Gordon R. Munro (T. Björndal, D. Gordon, R. Arnason and U. Sumaila eds.), Blackwell, 184-195.
  16. V. Kaitala and Marko Lindroos [2007]:  “Game Theoretic Application to Fisheries”, in Handbook of Operations Research in Natural Resources (A. Weintraub, C. Romero, T. Bjørndal and R. Epstein eds.), Springer, 201-216. 
  17. S. Kulmala, H. Peltomäki, Marko Lindroos, P. Söderkultalahti & S. Kuikka [2007]: “Individual Transferable Quotas in the Baltic Sea Herring Fishery: a Socio-bioeconomic Analysis”, Fisheries Research 84, 368-377.
  18. L. G. Kronbak and Marko Lindroos [2007]: "Sharing Rules and Stability in Coalition Games with Externalities", Marine Resource Economics 22, 137-154.
  19. Marko Lindroos [2008]: "Coalitions in International Fisheries Management", Natural Resource Modeling 21, 366-384.
  20. P. Pintassilgo and Marko Lindroos [2008]: Coalition Formation in High Seas Fisheries: A Partition Function Approach, International Game Theory Review 10, 303-317.
  21. C. Jensen and Marko Lindroos [2008]: Centralised versus Decentralised Enforcement of Fish Quotas, Marine Resource Economics 23, 153-170.
  22. P. Pintassilgo and Marko Lindroos [2008]: Application of Partition Function Games to the Management of Straddling Fish Stocks, in Game Theory and Policymaking in Natural Resources and the Enviroment (A. Dinar, J. Albiac & J. Sanchez-Soriano eds), Routledge, 65-84.
  23. Marko Lindroos, L. G. Kronbak [2010]: "Strategic Behaviour in Fisheries", in Handbook of Marine Fisheries Conservation and Management (R. Quentin Grafton, Ray Hilborn, Dale Squires, Maree Tait and Meryl Williams eds.), Oxford University Press 556-562.
  24. M. Bailey, U.R. Sumaila & Marko Lindroos [2010]. Application of game theory to fisheries over three decades. Fisheries Research 102, 1-8.
  25. P. Pintassilgo, M. Finus, Marko Lindroos and G. Munro [2010]. Stability and Success of Regional Fisheries Management Organizations. Environmental and Resource Economics 46, 377-402.
  26. L. Kronbak and Marko Lindroos [2011]. On Species Preservation and Non-Cooperative Exploiters, Strategic Behavior and the Environment 1, 49-70.
  27. T. Bjørndal and Marko Lindroos [2011]. Cooperative and Non-Cooperative Management of the Northeast Atlantic Cod Fishery. Journal of Bioeconomics 14, 41-60.
  28. I. Kallio-Nyberg, M. Salminen, I. Saloniemi and Marko Lindroos [2011]. Effects of marine survival, precocity and other life history traits on the cost-benefit of stocking salmon in the Baltic Sea. Fisheries Research 110, 111-119..
  29. E. Nieminen, Marko Lindroos & O. Heikinheimo [2012]. Optimal bioeconomic multispecies fisheries management: A Baltic Sea case study. Marine Resource Economics 27, 115-136.
  30. S. Kulmala, P. Levontin, Marko Lindroos & P. Pintassilgo [2013]. Atlantic salmon fishery in the Baltic Sea - A case of trivial cooperation? Strategic Behavior and the Environment 3, 121-147.
  31. M. Rahikainen, Marko Lindroos & V. Kaitala [2013]. Stability of international fisheries agreements using precautionary bioeconomic harvesting strategies. Strategic Behavior and the Environment 3, 97-120.
  32. L.G. Kronbak & Marko Lindroos [2013]. Allocation and sharing in international fisheries agreements. Food Economics 9, 186-198.
  33. Marko Lindroos & G. Munro [2013]. Introduction to the special issue on game theory and fisheries: recent issues. Strategic Behavior and the Environment 3, 1-5.
  34. M. Holma, S. Kulmala & Marko Lindroos [2014]. The economics of conflicting interests: Northern Baltic salmon fishery adaption to grey seal abundance. Natural Resource Modeling 27, 275-299.
  35. T. Bjørndal & Marko Lindroos [2014]. Non-Cooperative Management of the Northeast Atlantic Cod Fishery: A First-mover Advantage. Natural Resource Modeling 27 396-410.
  36. P. Pintassilgo, L.G. Kronbak & Marko Lindroos [2015]. International Fisheries Agreements: A Game Theoretical Approach. Environmental and Resource Economics 62, 689-705..
  37. X. Liu, Marko Lindroos & Leif Sandal [2016]. Sharing a Fish Stock When Distribution and Harvest Costs are Density Dependent. Environmental and Resource Economics 63, 665-686.
  38. E. Nieminen, L.G. Kronbak and Marko Lindroos [2016]. International Agreements of the Multispecies Baltic Sea Fisheries. forthcoming in Environmental and Resource Economics.
  39. S. Oinonen, P. Levontin, K. Parkkila, E. Nieminen, H. Pulkkinen, A. Romakkaniemi, P. Pintassilgo, L.G. Kronbak, M. Laukkanen and Marko Lindroos [2016]. International fisheries management and recreational benefits: the case of the Baltic salmon. forthcoming in Marine Resource Economics.
  40. E. Nieminen, K. Hyytiäinen and Marko Lindroos [2016]. Hydropower, migratory fish or a sensible way to secure both? forthcoming in Fish and Fisheries.

Working papers  
 

  1. K. Ollikka, A. Iho, Marko Lindroos and Y. Pavlova [2015]. I hired a contract fisher.
  2. M. Laukkanen, L.G. Kronbak, P. Pintassilgo and Marko Lindroos [2015]. International fisheries and non-market values.
  3. S. Oinonen, P. Levontin, K. Parkkila, E. Nieminen, H. Pulkkinen, A. Romakkaniemi, P. Pintassilgo, L.G. Kronbak, M. Laukkanen and Marko Lindroos [2015]. International fisheries management and recreational benefits: the case of the Baltic salmon.
  4. L.G. Kronbak and Marko Lindroos [2015]. Coalitions and fisheries management: a multi-period model.
  5. A. Iho, H. Ahtiainen, J. Artell, O. Heikinheimo, P. Kauppila, A-K. Kosenius, M. Laukkanen, Marko Lindroos, S. Oinonen, K. Ollikka, K. Parkkila, Y. Pavlova, H. Peltonen, E. Pouta and L. Uusitalo. [2015]. Fisheries and optimal eutrophication management.
  6. Y. Pavlova, A. Iho, Marko Lindroos and K. Ollikka [2015]. Optimal Fisheries Contracts with Asymmetric Information and Interdependent Species.



Projects

2004-2008 Operational evaluation tools for fisheries management options (EFIMAS), EU 6th framework programme SSP Project.

2006-2008 Precautionary risk methodology in fisheries (PRONE), EU 6th framework programme SSP Project.

2006
Baltic Sea Fisheries Management after Enlargement of EU, Network for European Studies project.

2007-2009 Economic interaction and valuation in multi-species models –A case study of Baltic Salmon and grey seal. University of Helsinki 3-year research project.

2008 Data Analysis to support the development of a Baltic Salmon Action Plan, EU Tender.

2010-2013 Comprehensive bioeconomic modelling of renewable resources: integration of game theory, valuation and multispecies interactions. Academy of Finland project.

2011-2015 NorMER The Nordic Centre for Research on Marine Ecosystems and Resources under Climate Change.

2012-2013 Reducing Climate Impacts of Fisheries (Effekter av att beskatta bränsle i nordiskt fiske). Nordiska råd prosjekt.

2012-2016 Economics of Aquatic Foodwebs (ECA), Academy of Finland AKVA Project.

2016-2020 MARine MAnagement and Ecosystem Dynamics under climate change (MARmaED). European ComissionHorizon 2020 - Research and Innovation Framework Programme. Marie Sklodowska-Curie Innovative Training Network.

 



Updated March, 2016