Anne-Sophie Crépin is an environmental and resource economist focusing on resources and services that stem from ecosystems with complex dynamics due for example to multiple species, fast and slow variables, and threshold effects. Most of her work is based on small theoretical dynamic models that combine relevant economic factors with complex ecosystem dynamics.
Her work addresses management of resources with potential regime shifts like grasslands, coral reef, forests, etc. She has studied models with common property management, fast and slow dynamics, uncertainty and diversity, etc. In the context of resources management with potential regime shifts she is also working with behavioral experiments.
Anne-Sophie Crépin is involved in several teaching activities at graduate and undergraduate levels at Stockholm University and at the Beijer Institute of Ecological Economics. She is co-organizer and lecturer for the graduate course The Economics of the Environment at the PhD program of the Economics Department at Stockholm University. She is also teaching the module Challenges of Environmental Decision-making within the Stockholm Resilience Centre's Master’s Programme: Social-Ecological Resilience for Sustainable Development.
Anne-Sophie Crépin is the deputy director of the Beijer Institute of Ecological Economics. She was a council member for the European Association of Environmental and Resource Economics. She participated in the Millennium Ecosystem Assessment. She was awarded the Arnberg Prize 2003 from the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences for her PhD-thesis.