John Magne Skjelvik
John Magne Skjelvik has almost 30 years of experience from various assignments and projects covering the following topics:
- Cost benefit analysis of policy instruments, plans and projects
- Monitoring & evaluations of the performances of existing policy instruments and institutions, including institutional arrangements.
- Advisory services on how to improve policy design and implementation.
- Planning and foresight analysis, including development trends, risk assessments and impact analysis of various policy measures, mainly taxes and subsidies.
- Quality assurance of investment projects, including KS1 and KS2 regime for large public projects.
His work has comprised processes in close cooperation with authorities, industries and other stakeholders, often in larger teams. He is also a very experienced project manager.
Main sectors of work include transportation, defense, environmental protection (including climate change policy), energy supply, industry, development assistance, health and social sector, insurance (natural hazards), fisheries, agriculture and forestry.
Major client include the World Bank and regional development banks, Nordic donor organisations, OECD, Nordic ministries and sub-bodies and NGOs. He has work experience from the Nordic countries, Eastern Europe, East Asia (particularly China), Latin America and Africa.
- 2017/26Flexible demand for electricity and power: Barriers and opportunitiesEconomic Analysis | Kraft og energi
- 2017/11Environmental impacts and potential of the sharing economyClimate change and the green transformation | Environment – assessment and non-market valuation
- 2016/17Environmental Planning for Risk Reduction in China: A seven- step frameworkPlanning for Cost-Effective Environmental Risk Reduction in China | Utviklingssamarbeid
- 2016/14Planning for Environmental Risk Reduction in China: Policy RecommendationsPlanning for Cost-Effective Environmental Risk Reduction in China | Utviklingssamarbeid
- 2014/32Tackling environmental risks with environmental planning: international experiencesUtviklingssamarbeid
- 2014/21Case Exercises: Using CBA and SEA to Reduce Environmental Risk in ChinaUtviklingssamarbeid
- 2012/16Evaluation of NDF’s progress under the climate mandateUtviklingssamarbeid