Mr. Dr. Johannes Kremers worked for ZEW in the Unit “Environmental and Resource Economics, Environmental Management”.
Articles in Refereed Journals
Siliverstovs, Boriss, Rainald Ötsch, Claudia Kemfert, Armin Haas, Carlo Jaeger and Johannes Kremers (2009), Climate change and modelling of extreme temperatures in Switzerland, Stochastic Environmental Research and Risk Assessment DOI 10.1007/s00477-009-0321-3.
van den Elzen, Antoon and Johannes Kremers (2006), An adjustment process for nonconvex production economies, Journal of Mathematical Economics 42, 1--13.
Kremers, Johannes, Peter Nijkamp and Shunli Wang (2005), Modeling the impacts of international climate change policies in a CGE context: The use of the GTAP-E model, Economic Modelling 22 (6), 955--974.
Kremers, Johannes, Peter Nijkamp and Shunli Wang (2002), A comparison of Computable General Equilibrium models for analysing climate change policies, Journal of Environmental Systems 28 (3), 41--65.
Kremers, Johannes, Peter Nijkamp and Piet Rietveld (2002), A meta-analysis of price elasticities of transport demand in a general equilibrium framework, Economic Modelling 19, 463--485.
Kremers, Johannes, Peter Nijkamp and Piet Rietveld (1999), Spatial equilibrium analysis for comparing models on transport and the environment, Rivista Geografica Italiana 106, 429--444.
Kremers, Johannes and Dolf Talman (1994), A new algorithm for the linear complementarity problem allowing for an arbitrary starting point, Mathematical Programming 63, 235--252.
van der Laan, Gerard and Johannes Kremers (1993), On the existence and computation of an equilibrium in an economy with nonlinear constant returns to scale production, Annals of Operations Research 44, 143--160.
Houba, Harold and Johannes Kremers (1991), Correction of the material balance equation in dynamic input-output models, European Economic Review 35, 1103--1108.
Kremers, Johannes and Dolf Talman (1990), Solving the nonlinear complementarity problem with lower and upper bounds, Methods of Operations Research 60, 407--417.
Monographs, Contributions to Edited Volumes
Kremers, Johannes, Peter Nijkamp and Piet Rietveld (2002), The scope of meta-analysis for transport impact analysis in environmental economics, in: R. Florax, P. Nijkamp, and K. Willis Edward Elgar, London,.
Kremers, Johannes (2002), A study of EU-USA integrated policies to face the consequences of social change on the sustainability of transport, in: William R. Black and Peter Nijkamp Indiana University Press, Indianapolis,.
Kremers, Johannes (1998), The computation of an equilibrium in general equilibrium theory and game theory, in: Interuniversity Centre for Game Theory and Applications (CITG) Papers on Game Theory, Vol. 32 Genova, Italy,.
Kremers, Johannes (1998), The consequences of technological innovation on employment in the European Union using an AGE approach, in: Amedeo Fossati and John Hutton Routledge New International Studies in Economic Modelling, Routledge, London, 193--211.
Kremers, Johannes (1991), Pivoting Algorithms for Complementarity Problems in Economics, Ph.D. Thesis, Tilburg University, Tilburg.
Discussion and Working Papers
Kemfert, Claudia and Johannes Kremers (2009), The cost of climate change in the German fruit sector, DIW Discussion Paper Series DIW Discussion Paper 857, Berlin.
Houba, Harold and Johannes Kremers (2009), Environmental damage and price taking behaviour by firms and consumer, DIW Discussion Paper 878, Berlin.
Kemfert, Claudia and Johannes Kremers (2003), A computable general equilibrium assessment of a developing country joining an Annex B emission permit market, DIW Discussion Paper Series DIW Discussion Paper 454, Berlin.
Hawellek, Julia, Claudia Kemfert and Johannes Kremers (2003), Uncertainties of the costs of the Kyoto Protocol - A meta-analysis, Working Paper Oldenburg.
Kremers, Johannes, Peter Nijkamp and Shunli Wang (2000), Modelling issues on climate change policies. A discussion of the GTAP-E model, Tinbergen Institute Discussion Paper Series Tinbergen Institute Discussion Paper TI 2000-099/3, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
Kremers, Johannes and Dolf Talman (1991), An SLSPP-algorithm to compute an equilibrium in an economy with linear production technologies, FEW Discussion Paper Series Discussion Paper FEW 496, Tilburg University, Tilburg, The Netherlands.
Egenhofer, Christian, Arno Behrens, Astrid Dannenberg, Anton Georgiev, Peter S. Heller, Johannes Kremers, Andreas Löschel, Jorgen Mortensen, Jorge Nunez-Ferrer, Daniel Osberghaus, Christiane Reif and Bodo Sturm (2010), The Fiscal Implications of Climate Change Adaptation, European Commission - Economic and Financial Affairs, Brüssel. Download
- Project Duration 01.01.2010 - 31.12.2012Economics of an Integrated and Long-term Climate and Energy Policy
- Project Duration 16.12.2009 - 28.10.2010Sectoral Approaches to Fostering International Action on Climate Change
- Project Duration 01.01.2009 - 13.10.2009Broadening the Scope of the Analysis of the Possible Risk of Carbon Leakage on Energy Intensive Industries
- Project Duration 01.01.2009 - 31.01.2012Spatial – Economic – Ecological Model for the Assessment of Sustainability of Russian Federation
- Project Duration 01.10.2008 - 30.06.2010The Fiscal Implications of Climate Change Adaptation