The eleven contributions of the ZEW researchers address issues such as technological progress, international environmental policy, the successful design of incentive systems to meet the Paris climate targets and the importance of e-mobility.
ZEW contributions offer a wide range of topics
The presentations in detail:
- Claire Gavard and Nikolas Schoch: “Climate Finance and Emission Reductions: What Do the Last Twenty Years Tell Us?”
- Daniel Osberghaus: “How Do Different Compensation Schemes and Loss Experience Affect Insurance Decisions? Experimental Evidence from Two Independent and Heterogeneous Samples”
- Lara Bartels: “Incentivized Payments in Experimental Games Can Lead to Long-lasting Behavioral Change”
- Vera Huwe: “Electric Vehicle Adoption, Car Ownership and Household Mileage: A Data-Driven Approach”
- Carlo Gallier, Martin Kesternich, Andreas Löschel and Israel Waichmann (paper presented by Israel Waichmann): “Local and Global Cooperation: An Intra- and International Examination of Voluntary Cooperation Behavior”
- Gloria Colmenares, Andreas Löschel and Dominik Schober (paper presented by Gloria Colmenares): “Strategic Behavior and Pass-Through in Electricity Wholesale”
- Albert Roger: “Estimating Technological Gains and Losses from International Environmental Agreements: the Case of Stock Pollutants”
- Daniel Osberghaus and Oliver Schenker (paper presented by Oliver Schenker): “International Trade and Weather Variation after 350’000 Fixed Effects”
- Elisa Rottner: “The Effects of Network Charges on German Manufacturing Plants – Evidence from Administrative Micro-Data”
- Carlo Gallier: “The Ratchet Effect in Social Dilemmas”
- Marius Alt: “Environmental Policy Interventions and Their Effects on Behavioral Spillovers”
This year’s online conference freely accessible
The European Association of Environmental and Resource Economists (EAERE) is an international scientific association with approximately 1,200 members from over 60 countries from Europe and beyond. The association organizes an annual conference in order to give its members the opportunity to network, exchange ideas and discuss a wide range of current topics in environmental and resource economics.Due to the coronavirus pandemic, this year’s conference with several hundred participants, including many well-known economists, is held digitally.
For those interested, the online presentations of the EAERE conference are freely accessible after registration.