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Forschungszentrum für Umweltökonomik (FZU)

Research Center for Environmental Economics

Forschungszentrum für Umweltökonomik (FZU)

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Das Forschungszentrum für Umweltökonomik (FZU) am Alfred-Weber-Institut dient als gemeinsame Plattform für Ökonomen, die alle an der Schnittstelle von natürlicher Umwelt und Wirtschaft forschen. Wir nutzen theoretische, empirische und experimentelle Methoden, um die Herausforderungen nachhaltigen Umgangs mit der Umwelt besser zu verstehen und Lösungsvorschläge zu erarbeiten. Diese Webseiten bieten aktuelle Informationen zu unseren Aktivitäten und zu den verschiedenen, auch interdisziplinären, Projekten, die wir hier durchführen.

 

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NEUE VERÖFFENTLICHUNGEN

van den Broek, K. L., Walker, I., & Klöckner, C. A. (2019). Drivers of energy saving behaviour: The relative influence of intentional, normative, situational and habitual processesEnergy Policy132, 811-819.

The paper ‘Leveling Up? An Inter-Neighborhood Experiment on Parochialism and the Efficiency of Multi-Level Public Goods Provision’ by C. Gallier; Timo Goeschl, M. Kesternich, J. Lohse, C. Reif; D. Römer) has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization.

STAFF NEWS

Karlijn van den Broek has been selected for the Postdoc Academy for Transformational Leadership, funded by the Robert-Bosch-Stiftung. The 2-year program is designed to train the next generation of leaders in sustainability and transformation research in Europe. More information is available here.

Timo Goeschl attended the 'Dialogue on Climate Economics' in Berlin on June 12-14. This was the kick-off event for phase II of the BMBF programm on the Economics of Climate Change. He (re)presented the COMPLIANCE project (joint with the Universities of Kassel and Mannheim and the ZEW), which the Research Center for Environmental Economics coordinates.

Marcel Oestreich, Assistant Professor of Economics at Brock University, Canada, has started his research visit at the Alfred-Weber-Institute. Marcel is an expert on environmental economics, applied game theory, and empirical finance and has published in the top field journals in these areas. He will be in Heidelberg until  November and can be found in office #326, Bergheimer Str. 20.

 

ENVIRONMENTAL ECONOMICS BROWNBAG SEMINAR

 

The next  monthly Environmental Economics Brownbag Seminar is coming up

Tuesday, July 16, 12:30 to 14:00 hours

at ZEW, Mannheim.

Title: Impacts of Infrastructure on the Environment: Evidence from Power Plants in the Amazon

Presenter: Dimitri Szerman (University of Mannheim)

Detailed information is available here.

Everyone is welcome to attend.


Upcoming seminar dates: August 20th, September 17th

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