Haakon Vennemo

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Office AddressMeltzersgt. 4, 0257 Oslo
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Haakon Vennemo holds a PhD in Economics from the University of Oslo. He started his working career in the Research Department of Statistics Norway and went on to Econ Analysis. While at Econ he held various positions including two years as Managing Director. At the time Econ had 100 employees. Haakon joined Vista in January 2010. He is an experienced consultant, researcher, project manager and administrator.

Haakon has in recent years spent considerable time on understanding the energy and environmental situation of China. He is a consultant to the World Bank in this area, writes research papers and manages projects within the development cooperation between Norway and China.  Another focus area of Haakon is clean energy in Africa, Asia and Latin America. Haakon’s portfolio of projects in Norway is broad and extends to e.g., the economics of innovation, industrial policy and taxation. Applied economic analysis is the common thread to these projects.  

Publications by Haakon Vennemo:

For publications by this author in Norwegian, please choose 'NO' in the upper right corner.

Tackling environmental risks with environmental planning: international experiences
Case Exercises: Using CBA and SEA to Reduce Environmental Risk in China
Industrial parks and the Seveso Directive
Reform of environmentally harmful subsidies: distributional issues
Baseline survey of literature on environmental risk
Baseline Study of Environment Planning and Risk Management in China
The financial crisis and fiscal consolidation in green budgets
Environmental Impacts of a Free Trade Agreement between China and Norway
Environmental Impacts of a Free Trade Agreement between China and Norway - Methodological framework
Reforming environmentally harmful subsidies. How to counteract distributional impacts