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:

Aggarwal, R., Ayhan, S., Jakob, M., Steckel, J. C. (2021):
Carbon Pricing and Household Welfare: Evidence from Uganda. Duke Global Working Paper Series No. 38.
DeCaDe

Alberini, A., Horvath, M., Vance, C. (2021):
Drive Less, Drive Better, or Both? Behavioral Adjustments to Fuel Price Changes in Germany. USAEE Working Paper No. 21-487.
DIPOL

Alsheimer, S., Dütschke, E., Brugger, H. (2021):
German municipalities as pathmakers for a sustainable future: leaders or followers? Eceee Summer Study Proceedings.
NostaClimate

Andor, M., Frondel, M., Horvath, M. (2021):
Consequentiality, Elicitation Formats, and the Willingness To Pay for Green Electricity: Evidence from Germany. Land Economics, 97 (3), 626-640.
EVAL-MAP II

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

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

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

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

Barrett, S., Dannenberg, A. (2021):
The decision to link trade agreements to the supply of global public goods. Journal of the Association of Environmental and Resource Economists 9 (2).
COMPLIANCE

Bartels, L., Kesternich, M. (2021):
Do municipal climate protection activities interfere with individual engagement? EconPapers, VfS Annual Conference 2021.
NostaClimate

Bartels, L., Kesternich, M., Löschel, A. (2021):
The Demand for Voluntary Carbon Sequestration – Experimental Evidence From a Reforestation Project in Germany. ZEW Discussion Paper No. 21-088, Mannheim.
NostaClimate

Bartholdsen, H.-K. et al. (2019):
Pathways for Germany’s Low-Carbon Energy Transformation Towards 2050. Energies 12: 2988.
FFF

Bauckloh, T., Klein, C., Pioch, T., Schiemann, F. (2021):
Under Pressure? The Link between Mandatory Climate Reporting and Firms’ Carbon Performance. Organization & Environment.
CRed

Bensch, G., Jeuland, M., Peters, J. (2021):
Efficient biomass cooking in Africa for climate change mitigation and development. One Earth, 4 (6), 879-890.
DeCaDe 

Berlemann, M., Eurich, M. (2021):
Natural Hazard Risk and Life Satisfaction – Empirical evidence for hurricanes. Ecological Economics, 190, 107194.
CLIMATE_AFFECT

Berlemann, M., Eurich, M. (2020)
Does Drought Risk Depress Expected Well-Being?, Applied Economics Letters, 29 (13), 1229-1233.
CLIMATE_AFFECT

Berlemann, M., Tran, T. X. (2020):
Climate-Related Hazards and Internal Migration – Empirical Evidence for Rural Vietnam. Economics of Disasters and Climate Change 4: 385-409.
CLIMATE_AFFECT

Berlemann, M., Lehmann, R. (2020):
Extremwettersensibilität deutscher Unternehmen – Ergebnisse einer Unternehmensbefragung. ifo Schnelldienst 73 (08).
CLIMATE_AFFECT

Bertram, C. et al. (2021):
COVID-19-induced low power demand and market forces starkly reduce CO2 emissions. Nature Climate Change 11: 193–196.
PEGASOS

Böhringer, C.; Schneider, J. (2021):
The incidence of CO2 pricing under alternative international market responses - A Computable General Equilibrium Analysis for Germany. Energy Economics 101, 105404.
CarPri

Böhringer, C., Schneider, J., Peterson, S., Winkler, M. (2021):
Carbon Pricing after Paris - Overview of Results from EMF 36. Energy Economics.
CarPri

Brauers, H. (2022):
Natural Gas as a Barrier to Sustainability Transitions? A Systematic Mapping of the Risks and ChallengesEnergy Research & Social Science 89: 102538.
FFF

Brauers, H., Oei, P.-Y., Walk, P. (2020):
Comparing Coal Phase-out Pathways: The United Kingdom’s and Germany’s Diverging Transitions. Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions 37: 238-53.
FFF

Brinca, P. et al.(2020):
Fiscal Consolidation Programs and Income Inequality. International Economic Review.
SLICE

Broska, L. H. (2021): It’s all about community: On the interplay of social capital, social needs, and environmental concern in sustainable community action. Energy Research & Social Science 79, 102165.
REsCO

Broska, L. H., Vögele, S., Shamon, H., Wittenberg, I. (2022):
On the Future(s) of Energy Communities in the German Energy Transition: A Derivation of Transformation Pathways. Sustainability, 14, 3169.
REsCO

Bumann, S. (2021):
What are the determinants of public support for climate policies? A review of the empirical literature. Review of Economics, 72 (3).
CLIMATE_AFFECT

Callaghan, M., Minx, J.C., Forster, P. (2020):
A topography of climate change research. Nature Climate Change 10: 118-123.
PEGASOS

Costa, D., Marcolino, M. (2021):
Structural transformation and labor productivity in Brazil. Brazilian Economic Review 75, 464-495.
Rochade

Dannenberg, A., Gallier, C. (2019):
The Choice of Institutions to Solve Cooperation Problems: A Survey of Experimental ResearchExperimental Economics, 23,  716–749.
InFairComCOMPLIANCE

Dorband, I., Jakob, M., Steckel, J.C. (2022):
Double progressivity of infrastructure financing through carbon pricing - insights from Nigeria. World Development Sustainability, 1, 100011.
DeCaDe

Drechsler, M. (2020):
Conservation management in the face of climatic uncertainty – the roles of flexibility and robustness. Ecological Complexity 43.
Ecoclimb

Drechsler, M. et al. (2021):
A quantitative approach for the design of robust and cost-effective conservation policies under uncertain climate change: The case of grasshopper conservation in Schleswig-Holstein, Germany. Journal of Environmental Management, 296, 113201.
Ecoclimb

Edenhofer, O., Klein, C., Lessmann, K., Wilkens, M. (2020):
How the ‘Green Deal’ Can Provide the Right Incentives: A Proposal for The Design of a Fund for Public Financing of Sustainable Businesses and Real InvestmentsSSRN.
IF

Edenhofer, O., Lessmann, K., Tahri, I. (2021):
Asset Pricing and the Carbon Beta of Externalities. CESifo Working Paper No. 9269.
IF

Eisenack, K., Hagen, A., Mendelevitch, R., Vogt, A. (2021):
Politics, profits and climate policies: How much is at stake for fossil fuel producers? Energy Research & Social Science, 77, 102092.
FoReSee

Engler, D., Groh, E. D., Gutsche, G., Ziegler, A. (2021):
Acceptance of climate-oriented policy measures under the COVID-19 crisis: an empirical analysis for Germany. Climate Policy.
NostaClimate

Engler, D., Gutsche, G., Smeets, P. (2021):
Individual preferences for sustainable investments across Europe – A framed field experiment in five countries. OSF Registries.
IF

Fait, L., Krüger, J.J., Tarach, M., Wetzel, H. (2022):
Trend Projections of Greenhouse Gas Emission Reduction Potentials: A Bootstrap-Based Nonparametric Efficiency Analysis. SSRN Working Paper.
EcoEff

Falkendal, T., et al. (2020):
Grain export restrictions during COVID-19 risk food insecurity in many low and middle income countries. Nature Food 2(1): 11-14.
SLICE

Feldhaus,  C., Gleue, M., Löschel, A. (2022):
Can a Catholic institution promote sustainable behavior? Field experimental evidence on donations for climate protection. Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics 98, 101855.
NostaClimate

Fischer, C., Hübler, M. and Schenker, O. (2021):
More Birds than Stones – A Framework for Second-best Energy and Climate Policy Adjustments. Journal of Public Economics 203, 104515.
Rochade

Fisch-Romito, V. et al. (2020):
Systematic map of the literature on carbon lock-in induced by long-lived capital. Environmental Research Letters.
PEGASOS

Fluhrer, S., Kraehnert, K. (2022):
Sitting in the same boat: Subjective well-being and social comparison after an extreme weather event. Ecological Economics, 195, 107388.
ADAPT

Flörchinger, D., Frondel, M., Sommer, S., Andor, M. (2022):
Pro-environmental Behavior as a Means of Self-Signaling: Theory and Evidence. SFB 823 Discussion Papers 31/2021. Dortmund, TU Dortmund.
EVAL-MAP II

Freier, J., von Loessl, V. (2022):
Dynamic electricity tariffs: Designing reasonable pricing schemes for private householdsEnergy Economics 112
BeSmart

Frondel, M., Gerster, A., Vance, C. (2020):
The Power of Mandatory Quality Disclosure: Evidence from the German Housing Market. Journal of the Association of Environmental and Resource Economists, 7 (1), 181-208.
EVAL-MAP II

Frondel, M., Kükenthal, V., Larysch, T., Osberghaus, D. (2021):
Perception of Climate Change in Germany: Evidence from the Socio-Ecological Panel. Zeitschrift für Energiewirtschaft, 45, 119-131.
EVAL-MAP II

Frondel, M., Kussel, G., Larysch, T., Osberghaus, D. (2020):
Klimapolitik während der Corona-Pandemie: Ergebnisse einer Haushaltserhebung. Zeitschrift für Umweltpolitik und Umweltrecht, 4, 402-425.
EVAL-MAP II

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

Frondel, M., Marggraf, C., Sommer, S.,Vance, C. (2021):
Reducing vehicle cold start emissions through carbon pricing: evidence from Germany. Environ. Res. Lett. 16, 034041.
DIPOL

Frondel, M., Osberghaus, D., Sommer, S. (2021):
Corona and the Stability of Personal Traits and Preferences: Evidence from Germany. ZEW Discussion Paper No. 21-029.
EVAL-MAP II

Frondel, M., Sommer, S., Tomberg, L. (2021):
WTA-WTP Disparity: The Role of Perceived Realism of the Valuation Setting. Land Economics, 97 (1), 196-206.
EVAL-MAP II

Frondel, M., Thomas, T. (2020):
Decarbonization until 2050? Climate Policies and Energy Forecasts for Germany, Austria and Switzerland. Zeitschrift für Energiewirtschaft, 44 (3), 195-221.
EVAL-MAP II

Gaete-Morales, C., Kittel, M., Roth, A., Schill, W.-P. (2021):
DIETERpy: A Python framework for the Dispatch and Investment Evaluation Tool with Endogenous Renewables. SoftwareX 15, 100784.
FFF

Gallier, C., Sturm, B. (2021):
The Ratchet Effect in Social Dilemmas. Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 186, 251–268.
InFairCom

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

Gerbaulet, C. et al. (2019):
European electricity sector decarbonization under different levels of foresight. Renewable Energy 141.
FFF

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

Gerling, C., Wätzold, F. (2020):
An economic evaluation framework for land‐use‐based conservation policy instruments in a changing climate. Conservation Biology.
Ecoclimb 

Gerling, C., Sturm, A., Wätzold, F. (2020):
The impact of climate change on the profit-maximizing timing of grassland use and conservation costs. MPRA.
Ecoclimb

Gerling, C. et al. (2022):
Climate-ecological-economic modelling for the cost-effective spatio-temporal allocation of conservation measures in cultural landscapes facing climate change. QOpen 2 (1).
Ecoclimb

Gerling, C. et al. (2022):
Time to consider the timing of conservation measures: designing cost-effective agri-environment schemes under climate change. MPRA.
Ecoclimb

Gerling, C., et al. (2021):
Cost-effective conservation in the face of climate change: combining ecological-economic modelling and climate science for the cost-effective spatio-temporal allocation of conservation measures in agricultural landscapes. Q Open 2 (1).
Ecoclimb

Greve, H., Lay, J. (2022):
Stepping down the ladder: The impacts of fossil fuel subsidy removal in a developing country. Journal of the Association of Environmental and Resource Economists.
DeCaDe

Grimm, M., Lenz, L., Peters, J., Sievert, M. (2020):
Demand for Off-Grid Solar Electricity – Experimental Evidence from Rwanda. Journal of the Association of Environmental and Resource Economists 7 (3): 417-454.
Tap D2

Hagen, A., Schneider, J. (2021):
Trade sanctions and the stability of climate coalitions. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, 109, 102504.
FoReSee

Hauenstein, C., Holz, F. (2021):
The U.S. Coal Sector between Shale Gas and Renewables: Last Resort Coal Exports? Energy Policy, 149, 112097.
FoReSee

von Hirschhausen, C., Kemfert, C., Praeger, F (2021):
Fossil Natural Gas Exit – A New Narrative for the European Energy Transformation towards Decarbonization. Economics of Energy and Environmental Policy 10, 2, 115-131.
FFF

Hott, C., Tran, T.X. (2020):
NatCats and Insurance in a Developing Economy - New Theoretical and Empirical Evidence. Beiträge zur Jahrestagung des Vereins für Socialpolitik 2020: Gender Economics.
CLIMATE_AFFECT

Hübler, M., Bukin, E.  and Xi, Y. (2022):
The Effects of International Trade on Structural Convergence and CO2 Emissions. Environmental and Resource Economics.
Rochade

Hübler, M., Pothen, F. (2021):
Can Smart Policies Solve the Sand Mining Problem? PLOS ONE.
Rochade

Jansen M. et al. (2020):
Offshore wind competitiveness in mature markets without subsidy. Nature Energy 5, 614-622.
DecarbLau

Jakob, M., Flachsland, C., Steckel, J.C., Urpelainen, J. (2020):
Actors, objectives, context: A framework of the political economy of energy and climate policy applied to India, Indonesia, and Vietnam. Energy Research & Social Science 70, 101775.
PEGASOS

Jakob, M. et al. (2020):
The future of coal in a carbon constrained climate. Nature Climate Change 10: 704–707.
PEGASOS

Jeuland, M., Ohlendorf, N, Saparapa, R., Steckel, J.C. (2020):
Climate implications of electrification projects in the developing world: A systematic review. Environmental Research Letters.
DECADE

Kalkuhl, M. et al. (2019):
Successful coal phase-out requires new models of development. Nature Energy 4: 897-900.
PEGASOSROCHADE

Kempa, K., Moslener, U., Schenker, O. (2021):
The cost of debt of renewable and non-renewable energy firms. Nature Energy, (2), 135-142.
SUFI

Kesternich, M., Löschel, A., Ziegler, A. (2021):
Negotiating Weights for Burden Sharing Rules in International Climate Negotiations: An Empirical Analysis. Environmental Economics and Policy Studies 23(2): 309-331.
InFairCom

Kittel, M., Schill, W.-P. (2022):
Renewable Energy Targets and Unintended Storage Cycling: Implications for Energy Modeling. iScience 25 , 4, 104002.
FFF

Kraehnert, K. et al. (2021):
Insurance against extreme weather events: An overview. Review of Economics 72 (2).
EVAL-MAP II

Krichene, H. et al. (2020):
The Impacts of Tropical Cyclones and Fluvial Floods on Economic Growth – Empirical Evidence on Transmission Channels at Different Levels of Development. SSRN.
SLICE

Krüger, J.J., Tarach, M. (2022):
Greenhouse Gas Emission Reduction Potentials in Europe by Sector: A Bootstrap-Based Nonparametric Efficiency Analysis. Environ Resource Econ 81, 867–898.
EcoEff

Krüger, J.J., Tarach, M. (2020):
Greenhouse Gas Emission Reduction Potentials in Europe: A Nonparametric Efficiency Analysis Approach Using Sectoral Data. SSRN Working Paper 3716203.
EcoEff

Kuhla, K. et al. (2021):
Future heat stress to reduce people’s purchasing power. PLOS ONE.
CLIC

Kuhla, K. et al. (2021):
Ripple resonance amplifies economic welfare loss from weather extremes.  Environ. Res. Lett. 16, 114010.
CLIC

Jeuland, M., Ndiaye, O., Usmani, F. (2021):
The more choice, the better? Evidence from experimental auctions in rural Senegal. Economics Letters 206, 109969.
TapD2

Landis, F, Fredriksson,G., Rausch, S. (2021):
Between- and Within-Country Distributional Impacts from Harmonizing Carbon Pricing in the EU. Energy Economics, 103, 105585.
CarPri

Leimbach, M., Giannousakis, A. (2019):
Burden Sharing of Climate Change Mitigation: Global and Regional Challenges under Shared Socio-Economic Pathways. Climatic Change 155, 273-291.
Rochade

Leins, J., Banitz, T., Grimm, V., Drechsler, M. (2020):
High-resolution PVA along large environmental gradients to model the combined effects of climate change and land use timing: lessons from the large marsh grasshopper. Ecological Modelling 440.
Ecoclimb

Lin, Y. et al. (2021):
Malondialdehyde in Dried Blood Spots: A Biomarker of Systemic Lipid Peroxidation Linked to Cardiopulmonary Effects. Journal of Thoracic Disease 13 (6).
TapD2

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
FFF

Löschel, A. et al. (2021):
The Demand for Global and Local Environ­mental Protection: Experimental Evidence from Climate Change Mitigation in Beijing. Land Economics 97 (1), 137–154.
InFairCom

Manger-Nestler, C., Will, U. (2020):
Ärger mit der InfrastrukturabgabeJuristische Arbeitsblätter.
InFairCom

Manych, N., Jakob, M. (2021):
Why Coal? – The Political Economy of the Electricity Sector in the Philippines. Energy for Sustainable Development 62: 113-25.
PEGASOS

Manych, N., Steckel, J. C., Jakob, M. (2021): 
Finance-based accounting of coal emissions. Environmental Research Letters 16, 044028.
PEGASOS

Marcolino, M. (2022):
Accounting for Structural transformation in the U.S. Journal of Macroeconomics 71, 103394.
Rochade

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. 
FoReSee

Meyerhoff, J., Rehdanz, K., Wunsch, A. (2021):
Preferences for coastal adaptation to climate change: evidence from a choice experiment. Journal of Environmental Economics and Policy 10 (4), 374-390.
GoCoase

Montrone, L., Kalkuhl, M., Steckel, J.C. (in review):  The type of power capacity matters for economic development - Evidence from a global panel. Resource and Energy Economics 69, 101313.
Rochade

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. 
FoReSee

Osberghaus, D. (2019):
The Effects of Natural Disasters and Weather Variations on International Trade: A Review of the Empirical Literature. Economics of Disasters and Climate Change, 3 (3), 305–325.
CLIC

Osberghaus, D. (2021):
Poorly Adapted but Nothing to Lose? A Study on the Flood Risk – Income Relationship with a Focus on Low-Income Households. Climate Risk Management, 31, 100268.
EVAL-MAP II

Osberghaus, D., Abeling, T. (2022):
Heat Vulnerability and Adaptation of Low-Income Households in Germany. Global Environmental Change, 72, 102446.
EVAL-MAP II

Osberghaus, D. et al. (2021):
Extremwetterereignisse: Staatshilfe oder private Vorsorge – wer trägt die Kosten? ifo Schnelldienst, 74 (11).
EVAL-MAP II

Osberghaus, D., Fugger, C. (2022):
Natural disasters and climate change beliefs: The role of distance and prior beliefs. Global Environmental Change, 74, 102515.
EVAL-MAP II

Osberghaus, D., Hinrichs, H. (2021):
The Effectiveness of a Large-scale Flood Risk Awareness Campaign – Evidence from Two Panel Data Sets. Risk Analysis, 41 (6).
EVAL-MAP II

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. 
SLICE

Pei, J., Sturm, B., Yu, A. (2021):
Are exporters more environmentally friendly? A re-appraisal that uses China’s micro-data. The World Economy 44 (5), 1402–1427.
InFairCom

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

Pietzcker, R.C., Osorio, S., Rodrigues, R. (2021):
Tightening EU ETS targets in line with the European Green Deal: Impacts on the decarbonization of the EU power sector. Appl. Energy 293, 116914.
FFF

Pothen, F., Hübler, M. (2021):
A Forward Calibration Method for Analyzing Energy Policy in New Quantitative Trade Models. Energy Economics 100, 105352.
Rochade

Quante, L., Willner, S. N., Middelanis, R., Levermann, A. (2021):
Intensification of extreme snowfall events under future warming. Scientific Reports 11, 16621.
CLIC

Rauner, S., Bauer, N., Dirnaichner, A., Dingenen, R.V., Mutel, C., Luderer, G. (2020):
Coal-exit health and environmental damage reductions outweigh economic impacts. Nature Climate Change 10: 308-312.
PEGASOS

Sauer, I., Reese, R., Otto, C., Geiger, T., Willner, S.N., Guillod, B., Bresch, D., Frieler, K. (under review):
Climate Signals in River Flood Damages Emerge under Sound Regional Disaggregation. Nature Communications.
SLICE

Schanze, J. et al. (2020):
UmweltkrisenHandbuch Krisenforschung, Wiesbaden, Springer.
EVAL-MAP II

Schill, W.-P. (2020):
Electricity storage and the renewable energy transition. Joule 4, 1-6.
FFF

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

Simora, M., Frondel, M., Vance, C. (2020):
Do Financial Incentives Increase the Acceptance of Power Lines? Evidence from Germany. Regional Science and Urban Economics.
EVAL-MAP II

Solda, A., Ke, C., Page, L., Von Hippel, W. (2019):
Strategically delusional. Experimental Economics 23, 604–631.
COMPLIANCE

Sommer, S., Mattauch, L., Pahle, M. (2022):
Supporting carbon taxes: The role of fairness. Ecological Economics, 195, 107359.
EVAL-MAP II

Sommer, S., Vance, C. (2021):
Do more chargers mean more electric cars? Environ. Res. Lett. 16, 064092.
DIPOL

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

Sturm, B. et al. (2019):
Conditional cooperation in case of a global public good – Experimental evidence from climate change mitigation in Beijing. China Economic Review 56, 101308.
InFairCom

Will, U., Manger-Nestler, C. (2021):
Fairness, Equity and Justice in the Paris Agreement. Terms and Operationalization of Differentiation. Leiden Journal of International Law, 34 (2), 397-420.
InFairCom

Will, U. (2022):
Differentiation in the NDCs to the Paris Agreement – A Legal and Empirical Analysis. Carbon & Climate Law Review 16 (1), 56–72.
InFairCom

Winkler, M., Peterson, S. Thube, S. (2021):
Gains from linking the EU and Chinese ETS under different assumptions on restrictions, transfer payments, and international trade. Energy Economics 104, 105630.
CarPri

Wittenberg, I., Broska, L. H., Vögele, S., Shamon, H. (2019):
Human Behavior and the Energy Transition – Explanatory Approaches in Psychology, Economics, and Sociology. SSRN Working Paper.
REsCO

Wunsch, A., Meyerhoff, J., Rehdanz, K. (2022):
A test–retest analysis of stated preferences in uncertain times. Economic Analysis and Policy, 73, 725-736.
GoCoase

Xing, X., Wang, R., Bauer, N., Ciais, P., Cao, J. et al. (2021):
Spatially explicit analysis identifies significant potential for bioenergy with carbon capture and storage in China. Nature Communications 12: 1-12.
PEGASOS

Yanovski, B., Lessmann, K., Tahri, I. (2020):
The Link between Short-Termism and Risk: Barriers to Investment in Long-Term Projects. SSRN.
IF

Yanovski, B., Lessmann, K. (2021):
Financing the Fossil Fuel Phase-Out. SSRN.
IF