The Chair of Environmental Economics focuses on empirical and theoretical research in the following areas
- environmental economics
- applied microeconomics
- decision theory
- game theory
- energy economics
Liebensteiner M., Haxhimusa A., Naumann F.:
Subsidized Renewables' Adverse Effect on Energy Storages and Carbon Pricing as a Remedy.
In: Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews (2023)
Liebensteiner M., Naumann F.:
Can Carbon Pricing Counteract Renewable Energies' Self-Cannibalization Problem?
In: Energy Economics (2022)
Social science research to inform solar geoengineering (with Joseph E. Aldy et al.), 2021.
Science 374 (6569): 815-818.
Solar Geoengineering Governance: A Dynamic Framework of Farsighted Coalition Formation (with Jere Lehtomaa), 2021.
Oxford Open Climate Change 1(1).
Media coverage: Reviewer 2 does geoengineering podcast, November 1st, 2021.
Prediction: the Long and the Short of it (with Antony Millner), 2021.
American Economic Journal: Microeconomics 13(1): 374-398. Covered asAEA Research Highlight, March 2021.
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