Journal Articles

The 29 projects of the funding measure Economics of Climate Change publish a large number of articles in scientific journals. Listed in alphabetical order:

Andor, M., Osberghaus, D., Simora, M. (2020): 
Natural Disasters and Governmental Aid: Is there a Charity Hazard? Ecological Economics 169

Ansari, D. (2019):
Rigging Economics. Nature Energy 4: 263-264.

Ansari, D., Holz, F. (2019):
Anticipating Global Energy, Climate and Policy in 2055: Constructing Qualitative and Quantitative Narratives. Energy Research & Social Science 58: 101250.

Ansari, D., Holz, F., Al-Kuhlani, H. (2020):
Energy outlooks compared: Global and regional insights. Economics of Energy & Environmental Policy 9 (1).

Bartholdsen, H.-K., Eidens, A., Löffler, K., Seehaus, F., Wejda, F., Burandt, T., Oei, P.-Y., Kemfert, C., von Hirschhausen, C. (2019):
Pathways for Germany’s Low-Carbon Energy Transformation Towards 2050. Energies 12: 2988.

Frondel, M., Kussel, G., Sommer S. (2019):
Heterogeneity in the price response of residential electricitydemand: A dynamic approach for Germany. Resource and Energy Economics 57: 119–134.

Geiger, T., Stomper, A. (2020):
Rising economic damages of natural disasters: Trends in event intensity or capital intensity? PNAS 117 (12): 6312-6313.

Gerbaulet, C., Hirschhausen, C. v., Kemfert, C., Lorenz, C., Oei,  P.-Y. (2019):
European electricity sector decarbonization under different levels of foresight. Renewable Energy 141.

Gerling, C., Wätzold, Frank (2019):
Evaluating policy instruments for the conservation of biodiversity in a changing climate. MPRA.

Grimm, Michael; Lenz, Luciane; Peters, Jörg; Sievert, Maximiliane (2020):
Demand for Off-Grid Solar Electricity – Experimental Evidence from Rwanda. Journal of the Association of Environmental and Resource Economists 7 (3): 417-454.
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Jeuland, Marc; Ohlendorf, Nils; Saparapa, Rajah; Steckel, Jan Christoph (2020):
Climate implications of electrification projects in the developing world: A systematic review. Environmental Research Letters.

Kalkuhl, M., Steckel, J. C., Montrone, L., Jakob, M., Peters, J., Edenhofer, O. (2019):
Successful coal phase-out requires new models of development. Nature Energy 4: 897-900.

Kesternich, M., Löschel, A., Ziegler, A. (forthcoming):
Negotiating Weights for Burden Sharing Rules in International Climate Negotiations: An Empirical Analysis, Environmental Economics and Policy Studies.

Löffler, K., Burandt, T., Hainsch, K., Oei, P.-Y. (2019):
Modeling the low-carbon transition of the European energy system – A quantitative assessment of the stranded assets problem. Energy Strategy Reviews 26

Mendelevitch, M., Hauenstein, C., Holz, F. (2019):
The death spiral of coal in the U.S.: will changes in U.S. Policy turn the tide? Climate Policy 19 (10): 1310-1324. 

Neetzow, P., Mendelevitch, R., Siddiqui, S. (2019):
Modeling coordination between renewables and grid: Policies to mitigate distribution grid constraints using residential PV-battery systems. Energy Policy 132: 1017-1033. 

Otto, C., Piontek, F., Kalkuhl, M., Frieler, K. (2020):
Event-based models to understand the scale of the impact of extremes. Nature Energy 5: 111–114. 

Peterson, S. (2019):
Carbon pricing und Emissionshandel: Unternehmen sollten mit CO2-Preisen rechnen. Audit Committee Quarterly I/2019: 72-73.

Sen, S., von Schickfus, M. (2020):
Climate Policy, Stranded Assets, and Investors' Expectations. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 100. ​

Simora, Michael; Frondel, Manuel; Vance, Colin (2020):
Do Financial Incentives Increase the Acceptance of Power Lines? Evidence from Germany. Regional Science and Urban Economics.

Steckel, J. C., Hilaire, J., Jakob, M., Edenhofer, O. (2020):
Coal and carbonization in sub-Saharan Africa. Nature Climate Change 10: 83-88.