Claudia Hermeling studied Economics and Mathematics at the University of Bonn, graduated in 1999 in Economics and 2002 in Mathematics. She began her graduate studies of economics in October 2001 at the Bonn Graduate School of Economics and visited 2003 the Graduate Program of Economics and Management of the University Pompeu Fabra (UPF), Barcelona, as a European Doctoral Programme (EDP) exchange student.
From 2003 to 2004 Claudia Hermeling was employed as a teaching and research assistant at the chair of Public Economics of Prof. Dr. Dr. Bös at the University of Bonn and from 2004 to 2006 at the chair of Prof. Dr. Puppe at the University of Karlsruhe (TH). In August 2006 she finished her PhD-Thesis about optimal taxation with human capital. Since October 2006 she is working at the ZEW, Research Department "Environmental and Resource Economics, Environmental Management". As a senior researcher she is responsible for the research area Transport and Mobility.
Achtnicht, Martin, Georg Bühler and Claudia Hermeling (2012), The impact of fuel availability on demand for alternative-fuel vehicles, Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment 17(3), 262-269.
Barbie, Martin and Claudia Hermeling (2009), The Geometry of Optimal Taxation: A Primal Approach, Economic Theory 39 , 129-155.
Barbie, Martin and Claudia Hermeling (2006), Optimal Taxation in a Simple Model of Human Capital Accumulation, Economics Bulletin 5, 1-8.
Achtnicht, Martin, Georg Bühler and Claudia Hermeling (2008), Impact of Service Station Networks on Purchase Decisions of Alternative-fuel Vehicles, ZEW Discussion Paper No. 08-088, Mannheim. Download
Hermeling, Claudia and Tim Mennel (2008), Sensitivity Analysis in Economic Simulations - A Systematic Approach, ZEW Discussion Paper No. 08-068, Mannheim. Download
Altvater, Susanne, Debora de Block, Irene Bouwma, Thomas Dworak, Benjamin Görlach, Claudia Hermeling, Judith Klostermann, Martin König, Markus Leitner, Natasha Marinova, Sabine McCallum, Sandra Neumann, Daniel Osberghaus, Andrea Prutsch, Christiane Reif, Kay van de Sand, Rob Swart and Jenny Tröltzsch (2012), Adaptation Measures in the EU: Policies, Costs, and Economic Assessment, European Commission, DG CLIMA, Brussels. Download
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