Johan Blomquist, Associate Professor


Johan Blomquist is associate professor in economics at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU). Johan’s main research area is economic analysis of the Swedish and European fisheries sectors. Examples of research questions include drivers of supply and demand in fish markets and the effects of fisheries policies on capacity and profitability. Johan has been involved in several evaluations of the European Maritime and Fisheries funds.

Can a tax on antimicrobials in the EU reduce its global use?
Does fishery activity affect local tourism? Evidence from Denmark, Marine Policy, Volume 161, 106051
Interactions between Fisheries and Tourism in the Nordic Countries, Rapport TemaNord 2023:518, Nordiska rådet
Are local fisheries important for marine tourism? A case study of the Swedish fishing village Träslövsläge, Regional Studies in Marine Science
The Way the Wind Blows: Tracing Out the Demand for Norwegian Lobster Using Instrumental Variables, Marine Resource Economics
Joint management of marine mammals and a fish species: The case of cod and grey seals in the Nordic-Baltic Sea countries, Natural Resource Modeling, e12341
Seal interactions and exits from fisheries: insights from the Baltic Sea cod fishery, ICES Journal of Marine Science, fsab173
Impact of Seafood Imports on the EU Small-Scale Coastal Fleet, EUMOFA report
Local attitudes towards management measures for the co-existence of seals and coastal fishery - A Swedish case study, Marine Policy 118: 104018
Local Fisheries and Thriving Harbors: Is There a Value for the Tourism Sector? Marine Resource Economics 36(2), 2021
Local markets and price premiums - The case of the establishment of the Stockholm fish auction, Fisheries Research, volume 236
Price premiums for eco-labelled seafood: effects of the MSC certification suspension in the Baltic Sea cod fishery, European Review of Agricultural Economics, 47(1): 50-70.
The economic costs of seal presence in Swedish small-scale fisheries, ICES Journal of Marine Science 77(2): 815-825
Local Markets and Price Premiums - The Case of the Establishment of the Stockholm Fish Auction
The way the wind blows: Tracing out the demand for Norwegian lobster using instrumental variables
The Economic Costs of Seal Presence in Swedish Small-Scale Fisheries
The myth of the poor fisher: Evidence from the Nordic countries, Marine Policy 93, p. 186-194.
Side-effects of vessel scrapping in Sweden
Scrapping programmes and ITQs: Labour market outcomes and spill-over effects on non-targeted fisheries in Sweden
Employment and salary of Nordic coastal fishermen, TemaNord 2017:558.
Socio-economic effects of the Swedish scrapping program, Swedish Board of Agriculture evaluation report 2017:3.
Do the CAP subsidies increase employment in Sweden? Estimating the effects of government transfers using an exogenous change in the CAP, Regional Sciences and Urban Economics, vol 63, pages 13-24.
Fishing in distant waters - A study on the EU fishery agreements with developing countries, Sieps report 2016:12
In the Footsteps of their fathers: Exploring Occupational Inheritance in Swedish Agriculture and Fisheries
The income penalty of farming and fishing: results from a sibling approach, European Review of Agricultural Economics pp. 1–18
Time for Fishing: Bargaining Power in the Swedish Baltic Cod Fishery, Marine Resource Economics, volume 30, number 3.
Estimating the return to farming and fishing using a sibling approach
Price Premiums for Providing Eco-labelled Seafood: Evidence from MSC-certified Cod in Sweden, Journal of Agricultural Economics (in print)
Multiple Inference and Market Integration: An Application to Swedish Fish Markets, Journal of Agricultural Economics (2015) Vol. 66, pp. 221-235.
Price premiums for providing ecolabelled seafood -A case study of the Swedish MSC-certified cod fishery in the Eastern Baltic Sea
Do the CAP Subsidies Increase Employment in Sweden? Estimating the Open Economy Relative Multiplier Using an Exogenous Change in the CAP



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