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Associate Professor
Kipperberg, Gorm { "honorific-suffix": "Associate Professor", "fn": "Kipperberg, Gorm", "tel": "Telephone: +47 5183 3729", "email": "" }

Faculty UiS Business School
Department UiS Business School
Room EAL H-158
Priv. phone/mob (+47) 47 67 48 29


 BA (Economics) 1995

   Pacific Lutheran University, USA


BBA (Finance) 1995

   Pacific Lutheran University, USA    


MS (Agricultural and Resource Economics) 2001

   University of California?Davis, USA     


PhD (Agricultural and Resource Economics) 2006

   University of California?Davis, USA   

Courses taught

Research areas

Environmental economics, non-market valuation, behavioral economics, applied microeconomics, discrete choice econometrics

Selected publications

Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles:


4. Brekke, Kjell Arne, Kipperberg, Gorm, Nyborg, Karine: Social Interaction in Responsibility Ascription: The Case of Household Recycling, Forthcoming in Land Economics (2010).


3. Bond, Craig A., Hoag, Dana L., Kipperberg, Gorm: Agricultural Producers and the Environment: A Stated Preference Analysis of Colorado Corn Producers, Forthcoming in Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics (2010).


2. Kipperberg, Gorm (2007): A Comparison of Household Recycling Behaviors in Norway and the United States, Environmental and Resource Economics, 36(2): 215?235, 2007.


1. Jamelske, Eric, and Gorm Kipperberg (2006): A Contingent Valuation Study and Benefit?Cost Analysis of the Switch to Automated Collection of Solid Waste with Single Stream Recycling in Madison, Wisconsin, Public Works Management and Policy, 11(2): 89?103. 2006.

Current research

In submission:


1. Heterogeneous Preferences for Community Recycling Programs (With Douglas Larson), under review in Land Economics (2011)


Working Papers/Notes:


Customer Preferences for Public Water Utility Services and Service Attributes (with Jenny Bagby and Jeff Morris), Working Paper (2007).


Social Interactions in Awareness of and Participation in Green Energy Programs: The Case of Seattle Green Power (with Yuko Onozaka), Working Note (2007).


Explaining Current Recycling Behavior under Status Quo Curbside Recycling Program versus Contingent Recycling Behavior under Expanded Recycling Options (with Erin Hicks), Working Note (2007).


An Econometric Investigation of the Determinants of Preference Reversals in Stated Choice Experiments (with Yuko Onozaka), Working Note (2007).


WTP Money and WTP Time for A Public Good: Implications for the Value of Contributing Time and Current Behavior (With Douglas Larson), Working Paper (Updated Fall 2006).


Discrete Choices with Social Interactions: An Application to Consumer Recycling, Working Paper (Updated Fall 2006).

Work experience

Associate Professor, August 2008-Present

Department of Business Administration, University of Stavanger, Norway


Courses taught:             

  • Introduction to Microeconomics (BØK265, fall 2008, 2009, & 2010)
  • Introduction to Macroeconomics (BØK255, spring 2009 & 2010)
  • Microeconomic Analysis (MØA120, fall 2010)
  • Environmental and Resource Economics (MØA350, spring 2011)


Assistant Professor, August 2006-June 2008

Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics, Colorado State University, USA


Courses taught:   

  • Introduction to Econometrics (EA/EC335, spring 2007)
  • Introduction to Environmental Economics (AREC381, fall 2007)
  • Master?s Environmental Economics (AREC541, spring 2008)
  • PhD Seminar in Environmental and Resource Economics (AREC792, fall 2007)


Norwegian Research Council PhD Fellowship Researcher

  • The Ragnar Frisch Centre for Economic Research, University of Oslo, Norway: 01.2004-06.2005
  • Center for Development and the Environment, University of Oslo, Norway: 01.2003-12.2003

Project Manager: Kjell Arne Brekke


Graduate Research Assistant

Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics, University of California-Davis, USA

Fall Quarter 1999, 2001-2002, 2002-2003

Supervisor: Douglas Larson


Graduate Teaching Assistant

Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics, University of California-Davis, USA


Courses TA'ed:

  • Undergraduate Econometrics (ARE106)
  • Intermediate Microeconomics (ARE100A)
  • Environmental Economics (ARE176)
  • Managerial Finance (ARE171A & ARE171B)


Economic Research Analyst

Statistics Norway, Oslo, Norway

Summer 2001

Supervisor: Bente Halvorsen


Economic Research Analyst

Seattle Public Utilities, City of Seattle, USA

August 1995 ? June 1999

Supervisor: Jenny Bagby