Main research interests
My research focuses on the economics of coastal and marine ecosystems, with an emphasis on interdisciplinary bioeconomic modelling. More information is available in my vision document and my vision presentation.
Groeneveld, R.A., Quaas, M. 2015. Promoting selective fisheries through certification? An analysis of the PNA unassociated-sets purse seine fishery. Fisheries Research Advance online publication.
Groeneveld, R.A., Springborn, M., and Costello, C. 2014. Repeated experimentation to learn about a flow-pollutant threshold. Environmental & Resource Economics 58(4):627-647.
Zavalloni, M., Groeneveld, R.A., and Van Zwieten, P.A.M. 2014. The role of spatial information in the preservation of the shrimp nursery function of mangroves: A spatially explicit bio-economic model for the assessment of land use trade-offs. Journal of Environmental Management 143:17-25.
Groeneveld, R.A., 2011. Quantifying fishers' and citizens' support for Dutch flatfish management policy. ICES Journal of Marine Science 68(5), 919-928.
Punt, M.J., Weikard, H.-P., Groeneveld, R.A., Van Ierland, E.C., Stel, J.H. 2010. Planning marine protected areas: A multiple use game. Natural Resource Modeling 23(4):610-646.
Groeneveld, R.A. 2010. Species-specific spatial characteristics in reserve site selection. Ecological Economics 69(12):2307-2314.
Groeneveld, R.A. 2010. Framing and training to induce preference learning in choice experiments. Marine Resource Economics 25(2):233-245.
Punt, M.J., R.A. Groeneveld, E.C. van Ierland, and J.H. Stel. 2009. Spatial planning of offshore wind farms: a windfall to marine environmental protection? Ecological Economics 69(1): 93-103.
Groeneveld, R., Weikard, H.-P. 2006. Terrestrial metapopulation dynamics: A nonlinear bioeconomic model analysis. Journal of Environmental Management 78(3):275-285.
Groeneveld, R. 2005. Economic considerations in the optimal size and number of reserve sites. Ecological Economics 52(2):219-28.
Groeneveld, R., Grashof-Bokdam, C., van Ierland, E. 2005. Metapopulations in agricultural landscapes: A spatially explicit trade-off analysis. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management 48(4):527-547.
Ongoing research projects
Benefiting from Innovations in Sustainable and Equitable Tuna Management in the Coral Triangle and Western Pacific (BESTTuna)
The overall objective of the project is to study the design of effective and equitable state and market-based governance arrangements to achieve sustainable trans-boundary tuna management in the Coral Triangle and Western Pacific.