Martin Achtnicht studied business mathematics at the Technische Universität Dresden. He completed his degree with his diploma thesis "On the long term behavior of the finite nearest neighbor voter model" in the area of interacting particle systems. Since January 2007 he is working as a Researcher at the Centre for European Economic Research (ZEW), Department of Environmental and Resource Economics, Environmental Management.
Daziano, Ricardo and Martin Achtnicht (forthcoming), Forecasting adoption of ultra-low-emission vehicles using Bayes estimates of a multinomial probit model and the GHK simulator, Transportation Science.
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.
Achtnicht, Martin (2012), German car buyers' willingness to pay to reduce CO2 emissions, Climatic Change 113(3), 679-697.
Achtnicht, Martin (2011), Do environmental benefits matter? Evidence from a choice experiment among house owners in Germany, Ecological Economics 70(11), 2191-2200.
Achtnicht, Martin, Klaus Rennings and Julia Hertin (2009), Experiences with Integrated Impact Assessment - Empirical Evidence from a Survey in Three European Member States, Environmental Policy and Governance 19(5), 321-335.
Achtnicht, Martin (2012), Heating and Insulation, in: K. Rennings, B. Brohmann, J. Nentwich, J. Schleich, T. Traber, R. Wüstenhagen, Sustainable Energy Consumption in Residential Buildings, ZEW Economic Studies Vol. 44 Heidelberg, 86-104.
Koesler, Simon, Martin Achtnicht and Jonathan Köhler (2012), Capped Steam Ahead - A Case Study Among Ship Operators on a Maritime ETS, ZEW Discussion Paper No. 12-044, Mannheim. Download
Achtnicht, Martin and Reinhard Madlener (2012), Factors Influencing German House Owners' Preferences on Energy Retrofits, ZEW Discussion Paper No. 12-042, Mannheim. Download
Daziano, Ricardo A. and Martin Achtnicht (2012), Forecasting Adoption of Ultra-Low-Emission Vehicles Using the GHK Simulator and Bayes Estimates of a Multinomial Probit Model, ZEW Discussion Paper No. 12-017, Mannheim. Download
Achtnicht, Martin (2010), Do Environmental Benefits Matter? A Choice Experiment Among House Owners in Germany, ZEW Discussion Paper No. 10-094, Mannheim. Download
Achtnicht, Martin (2009), German Car Buyers' Willingness to Pay to Reduce CO2 Emissions, ZEW Discussion Paper No. 09-058, Mannheim. Download
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
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