2019

Bücher und Sonderausgaben

  • Foundations of Environmental Economics
    (Wolfgang Buchholz and Dirk Rübbelke); Springer International Publishing, Cham.

Artikel in wissenschaftlichen Fachzeitschriften

  • Analyzing Brexit: Implications for the Electricity System of Great Britain
    (Philip Mayer, Christopher Ball, Stefan Vögele, Wilhelm Kuckshinrichs and Dirk Rübbelke); Energies, Vol. 12, No. 17, 3212.
  • Die Markteinführung eines "grünen" Gutes: Implikationen für Umweltqualität und soziale Wohlfahrt
    (Anja Brumme); CWG-Dialog, Vol. 24, No. 03, 1-5.
  • How to deal with non-linear pathways towards energy futures - Concept and application of the cross-impact balance analysis
    (Stefan Vögele, Witold-Roger Poganietz and Philip Mayer); TATuP - Journal for Technology Assessment in Theory and Practice, Vol. 28, No. 3, 20.
  • Socio-technical Scenarios for Energy Intensive Industries: The Future of Steel Production in Germany
    (Stefan Vögele, Dirk Rübbelke, Kristina Govorukha and Matthias Grajewski); Climatic Change, 1-16.
  • The Impact of the Clean Development Mechanism on Developing Countries' Commitment to Mitigate Climate Change and its Implications for the Future
    (Theresa Stahlke); Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change, 1-19.

Working Papers

  • Economic Disruptions in Long-Term Energy Scenarios – Implications for Designing Energy Policy
    (Kristina Govorukha, Philip Mayer, Dirk Rübbelke and Stefan Vögele); Nota di Lavoro 2019.017, Future Energy Program Series, edited by Manfred Hafner, FEEM, Milan.
  • Matching in the Kolm Triangle: Interiority and Participation Constraints of Matching Equilibria
    (Wolfgang Buchholz, Richard Cornes and Dirk Rübbelke); Nota di Lavoro 2019.012, Economic Theory Series, edited by Matteo Manera, FEEM, Milan.

Präsentationen

  • Envisioning the future for European power markets in 2050: Integrating social, economic and technological drivers
    (Philip Mayer); 4th AIEE Energy Symposium – Current and Future Challenges to Energy Security, Rom.
  • How Does Climate Change Affect The Transition Of Power Systems Already Now: The Case of Germany
    (Kristina Govorukha); 4th AIEE Energy Symposium – Current and Future Challenges to Energy Security, Rom.
  • How does climate change affect the transition of power systems: The case of Germany
    (Kristina Govorukha); 4NEMO Summer School „The BIG Picture – Beyond Power Markets”, Ifo Institut München.
  • Impure Public Goods in Environmental Economics
    (Anja Brumme); PhD Seminar, Technische Universität Bergakademie Freiberg.
  • International Climate Finance after Paris
    (Dirk Rübbelke); Presentation at Forschungszentrum Jülich.
  • International Climate Finance and Impure Public Goods
    (Dirk Rübbelke); Research Colloquium at the Department of Economics of Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research, UFZ, Leipzig.
  • International Climate Finance and Spillovers
    (Dirk Rübbelke); Forschungsseminar des Instituts für Volkswirtschaftslehre der Universität Hohenheim.
  • International Climate Finance and Spillovers
    (Dirk Rübbelke); Forschungskolloquium der Fakultät für Wirtschaftswissenschaften, Technische Universität Dresden.
  • Introducing a "Green" Good: Implications for Environmental Quality and Social Welfare
    (Anja Brumme); Chemnitzer Wirtschaftswissenschaftliches Forschungsseminar, Technische Universität Chemnitz.
  • Introducing a "Green" Good: Implications for Environmental Quality and Social Welfare
    (Anja Brumme); Jahrestagung des Vereins für Socialpolitik, Universität Leipzig.
  • Macroeconomic Cycles as a Source of Uncertainty in Long-term Energy Scenarios
    (Kristina Govorukha); 4th Annual Symposium – Energy Transition IV SE Europe and beyond, Athen.
  • Norm-based Sanctioning in Social Dilemmas
    (Sebastian Otte); Scientific Workshop “The Role of Social Norms and Preferences in Overcoming Undersupply of Public Goods: New Developments in Empirical and Theoretical Research”, Technische Universität Bergakademie Freiberg.
  • Social Norms and Preferences in Public Good Provision: An Introduction
    (Dirk Rübbelke); Scientific Workshop “The Role of Social Norms and Preferences in Overcoming Undersupply of Public Goods: New Developments in Empirical and Theoretical Research”, Technische Universität Bergakademie Freiberg.
  • Social Norms and Psychological Games – A Factor for Environmental Dilemmas?
    (Sebastian Otte); AURÖ-Workshop for Young Researchers: Environmental and Resource Economics, Universität Kassel.
  • Social Norms and Social Dilemmas – a Survey
    (Sebastian Otte); Jahrestagung der Nationalökonomischen Gesellschaft 2019, Universität Graz.
  • The Economy, Power Markets, and Decarbonisation: A Multi-Method Analysis for Europe
    (Philip Mayer); 4th Annual Symposium – Energy Transition IV SE Europe and beyond, Athen.
  • The Economy, Power Markets, and Decarbonisation: A Multi-Method Analysis for Europe
    (Philip Mayer); 4Nemo Summer School: The bigger picture – beyond power markets, CES ifo, Munich.