Environmental and Resource Economics


Boese, V. A. & K. Kamin (2019). `Tis but thy name that is my enemy: On the construction of macro panel data sets in conflict economics. The Economics of Peace and Security Journal, Vol. 14, No. 1, doi:10.15355/epsj.14.1.5


Quaas, M.; Hoffmann, J.; Kamin, K.; Kleemann, L. & K. Schacht (2016). Fishing for proteins. How marine fisheries impact on global food security up to 2050. A global prognosis. WWF Report. WWF Deutschland, Berlin.


Braun, S.; Kamin, K. & M. K. Marten (2014). Strategien für den Arbeitsmarkt der Zukunft: Die demografische Herausforderung meistern. Kiel Policy Brief Nr. 72. Kiel Institute for the World Economy.




Boese, V. A. & K. Kamin. Heterogeneity matters. On the dynamic interactions between trade, development, democracy and conflict.


Kamin, K. Is conflict really a trade barrier? Assessing the impact of different conflict types on trade with a ppml panel approach.


Bronnmann, J. & K. Kamin. A detailed Gravity Model Analysis of German & EU Fish Trade.


Boese, V. A. & K. Kamin. Exploring Endogeneity: A dyadic panel VAR gravity estimation of international trade flows.


Boese, V. A.; Gates, S. & K. Kamin. Assessing the economic consequences of (not) being conflict location.


Kamin, K. Fish trade and conflict in West Africa. Implications for trade and food security.


Schmidt, J.; Hoffmann, J.; Quaas, M.; Kamin, K.; Kleemann, L.; Pinto, G. & C. Möllmann. Global Protein Demand, Marine Fish Production and Trade Flows in the World of 2050.