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Publikationen

A. Aufsätze in (referierten) Zeitschriften:

[74] Eichner, Th./ Pethig, R. (2018): Competition in emissions standards and capital taxes with local pollution. Regional Science and Urban Economics 68, 191-203.

[73] Eichner, Th./ Pethig, R. (2018): Coaseian biodiversity conversation and market power. Environmental and Resource Economics, in press.

[72] Eichner, Th./ Pethig, R. (2018): Environmental standards in a large open economy revisted. Letters in Spatial and Resource Science, in press.

[71] Eichner, Th./ Pethig, R. (2018): Self-enforcing tax coordination. Journal of Business Economics, in press.

[70] Eichner, Th./ Pethig, R. (2018): Global environmental agreements and international trade: Asymmetry of countries matters. Strategic Behavior and the Environment 7, 281-316.

[69] Eichner, Th./ Pethig, R. (2017): Buy coal and act strategically on the fuel market. European Economic Review 99, 77-92.

[68] Eichner, Th./ Pethig, R. (2017): Self enforcing environmental agreements and trade in fossil energy deposits. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 85, 1-20.

[67] Eichner, Th./ Pethig, R. (2017): Trade in fossil fuel deposits for preservation and strategic action. Journal of Public Economics 147, 50-61.

[66] Eichner, Th./ Pethig, R. (2015): Self-enforcing international environmental agreements and trade: taxes versus caps. Oxford Economic Papers 67, 897-917.

[65] Eichner, Th./ Pethig, R. (2015): Efficient management of insecure fossil fuel import through taxing domestic green energy. Journal of Public Economic Theory 17, 724-751.

[64] Eichner, Th./ Pethig, R. (2015): Is trade liberalization conducive to the formation of climate coalitions? International Tax and Public Finance 22, 932-955.

[63] Eichner, Th./ Pethig, R. (2015): Lobbying for and against subsidizing green energy. Environmental and Resource Economics 62, 932-955.

[62] Eichner, Th./ Pethig, R. (2015): A note on stable and sustainable global tax coordination with Leviathan governments. European Journal of Political Economy 37, 64-67.

[61] Eichner, Th./ Weinreich, D. (2015): Welfare stigma and risk taking in the welfare state. Social Choice and Welfare 44, 319-348.

[60] Eichner, Th./ Pethig, R. (2015): Unilateral consumption-based carbon taxes and negative leakage. Resource and Energy Economics 40, 127-142.

[59] Eichner, Th./ Pethig, R. (2015): Unilateral climate policy with production-based and consumption-based carbon emission taxes. Environmental and Resource Economics 61, 141-163.

[58] Eichner, Th./ Runkel, M. (2014): Subsidizing renewable energy under capital mobility, Journal of Public Economics 117, 50-59.

[57] Eichner, Th./ Pethig, R. (2014): Self-enforcing environmental agreements, trade and demand- and supply-side mitigation policy. Journal of the Association of Environmental and Resource Economists 1, 419-450.

[56] Eichner, Th./ Pethig, R. (2014): Self-enforcing environmental agreements and capital mobility. Regional Science and Urban Economics 48, 120-132.

[55] Eichner, Th./ Wagener, A. (2014): Insurance demand and first-order risk increases under (µ,σ)-preferences revisited. Finance Research Letters 11,326-331.

[54] Eichner, Th. (2014): Endogenizing leadership and tax competition: Externalities and public good provision. Regional Science and Urban Economics 46, 18-24.

[53] Eichner, Th./ Upmann, T. (2014): On the (im)possibility of overprovision of public goods in interjurisdictional capital tax competition. FinanzArchiv 70, 218-248.

[52] Eichner, Th./Pethig, R. (2014): International carbon emissions trading and strategic incentives to subsidize green energy. Resource and Energy Economics 36, 469-486.

[51] Eichner, Th./Pethig, R. (2013): Self-enforcing environmental agreements and international trade. Journal of Public Economics 103, 37-50.

[50] Eichner, Th. (2013): Increases in skewness and insurance. Economics Bulletin 33, 2672-2681.

[49] Eichner, Th./ Pethig, R. (2013): Flattening the carbon extraction path in unilateral cost-effective action. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 66, 185-201.

[48] Eichner, Th./ Wagener, A. (2012): Tempering effects of (dependent) background risks: A mean-variance analysis of portfolio selection, Journal of Mathematical Economics 48, 422-430.

[47] Eichner, Th./ Runkel, M. (2012): On the efficiency of formula apportionment without the sales factor. Economics Bulletin 32, 2828-2838.

[46] Eichner, Th./ Runkel, M. (2012): Interjurisdictional spillovers, decentralized policy making and the elasticity of capital supply. American Economic Review 102, 2349-2357.

[45] Eichner, Th./ Upmann, T. (2012): Labor markets and capital tax competition. International Tax and Public Finance 19, 203-215.

[44] Eichner, Th./ Runkel, M. (2011): Corporate income taxation of multinationals in a general equilibrium model. Journal of Public Economics 95, 723-733.

[43] Eichner, Th./ Wagener, A. (2011): Increases in skewness and three-moment preferences. Mathematical Social Sciences 61, 109-113.

[42] Eichner, Th. (2011): Portfolio selection and duality under mean-variance preferences. Insurance: Mathematics and Economics 48, 146-152.

[41] Eichner, Th./ Pethig, R. (2011): Carbon leakage, the green paradox and perfect future markets. International Economic Review 52, 767-805.

[40] Eichner, Th./ Wagener, A. (2011): Portfolio allocation and asset demand with mean-variance. Theory and Decision 70, 179-193.

[39] Eichner, Th./ Pethig, R. (2010): EU-Type carbon emissions trade and the distributional impact of overlapping emissions taxes. Journal of Regulatory Economics 27, 287-315.

[38] Eichner, Th./ Wagener, A. (2010): Beneficial changes in dependence structures and two-moment decision models. Operations Research Letters 38, 227-230.

[37] Eichner, Th. (2010): Slutzky equation and substitution effects of risks in terms of mean-variance preferences. Theory and Decision 69, 17-26.

[36] Eichner, Th./ Runkel, M. (2009): Corporate income taxation of multinationals and unemployment. Regional Science and Urban Economics 39, 610-620.

[35] Eichner, Th./ Pethig, R. (2009): Pricing of the ecosystem and taxing ecosystem services: a general equilibrium approach. Journal of Economic Theory 144, 1589-1616.

[34] Eichner, Th./ Pethig, R. (2009): Efficient CO2 emission control with national emission taxes and an international emission trading scheme. European Economic Review 53, 625-635.

[33] Eichner, Th./ Wagener, A. (2009): Multiple risks and mean-variance preferences. Operations Research 57, 1142-1154.

[32] Eichner, Th. (2009): On intermediate utility functions. Quality and Quantity 43, 155-159.

[31] Eichner, Th./ Runkel, M. (2008): Why the European Union should adopt formula apportionment with double sales. Scandinavian Journal of Economics 110, 567-589.

[30] Eichner, Th. (2008): Mean variance vulnerability. Management Science 54, 586-593.

[29] Christiaans, Th./ Eichner, Th./ Pethig, R. (2007): Optimal pest control in agriculture. Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control 31, 3965-3985.

[28] Eichner, Th./ Tschirhart, J. (2007): Efficient ecosystem services and natularness in an ecological/economic model. Environmental and Resource Economics 37, 733-755.

[27] Eichner, Th./ Pethig, R. (2007): Harvesting in an integrated general equilibrium model. Erscheint in: Environmental and Resource Economics 37, 233-252.

[26] Christiaans, Th./ Eichner, Th./ Pethig, R. (2007): A micro-level ‘consumer approach’ to population dynamics. Natural Resource Modeling 20, 279-322.

[25] Eichner, Th./ Pethig, R. (2006): Economic land use, ecosystem services and microfounded species dynamics. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 52, 707-720.

[24] Eichner, Th./ Pethig, R. (2006): Efficient nonanthropocentric nature protection. Social Choice and Welfare 26, 47-74.

[23] Christiaans, Th./ Eichner, Th./ Pethig, R. (2006): On the dynamics of Tschirhart’s predator-prey model. Ecological Modelling 197, 52-58.

[22] Eichner, Th./ Pethig, R. (2006): A microfoundation of predator-prey dynamics. Natural Resource Modeling 19, 279-322.

[21] Eichner, Th./ Pethig, R. (2006): An analytical foundation of the ratio-dependent predator-prey model. Journal of Bioeconomics 8, 121-132.

[20] Eichner, Th./ Pethig, R. (2005): Ecosystem and economy: An integrated dynamic general equilibrium approach. Journal of Economics/ Zeitschrift für Nationalökonomie 85, 213-249.

[19] Eichner, Th./ Runkel, M. (2005): Efficient policies for green design in a vintage durable good model. Environmental and Resource Economics 30, 259-278.

[18] Eichner, Th./ Wagener, A. (2005): Measures of risk attitudes: Correspondences between the mean/variance- and the expected utility approach. Decisions in Economics and Finance 28, 53-65.

[17] Eichner, Th. (2005): Imperfect competition in the recycling industry. Metroeconomica 56, 1-24.

[16] Eichner, Th. (2005): Comparative statics of properness in two-moment decision models. Economic Theory 25, 1007-1012.

[15] Eichner, Th. (2004): A further remark on two-moment decision models and utility-representable preferences. Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization 55, 435-436.

[14] Eichner, Th./ Wagener, A. (2004): The welfare state in a changing environment. International Tax and Public Finance 11 (3), 313-331.

[13] Eichner, Th./ Wagener, A. (2004): Insurance demand, the elasticity of risk aversion, and relative prudence: A further result. Operations Research Spectrum 26 (3), 441-446.

[12] Eichner, Th./ Wagener, A. (2004): Relative risk aversion, relative prudence and comparative statics under uncertainty: The case of (µ,σ)-preferences. Bulletin of Economic Research 56 (2), 159-170.

[11] Eichner, Th./ Wagener, A. (2003): Variance vulnerability, background risks, and mean-variance preferences. The Geneva Papers on Risk and Insurance Theory 28, 173-184.

[10] Eichner, Th./ Pethig, R. (2003): The impact of scarcity and abundance in food chains on species population dynamics. Natural Resource Modeling 16, 259-303.

[9] Eichner, Th./ Wagener, A. (2003): More on parametric characterizations of risk aversion and prudence. Economic Theory 21, 895-900.

[8] Eichner, Th./ Runkel, M. (2003): Efficient management of product durability and recyclability under utilitarian and Chichilnisky preferences. Journal of Economics/ Zeitschrift für Nationalökonomie 80, 43-75.

[7] Eichner, Th./ Pethig, R. (2003): Corrective taxation for curbing pollution and promoting green product design and recycling. Environmental and Resource Economics 25, 477-500.

[6] Eichner, Th. (2002): Constitutional and post-constitutional taxation. European Journal of Political Economy 18, 615-630.

[5] Eichner, Th./ Pethig, R. (2001): Das Gebührenkonzept der Dualen System Deutschland AG (DSD) auf dem ökonomischen Prüfstand. Zeitschrift für Umweltpolitik und Umweltrecht 24, 121-142.

[4] Eichner, Th./ Pethig, R. (2001): Product design and efficient management of recycling and waste treatment. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 41, 109-134.

[3] Eichner, Th./ Pethig, R. (2000): Recycling, producer responsibility and centralized waste management. Finanzarchiv, 57 (3), 333-360.

[2] Eichner, Th. (2000): A note on indifference curves in the (m,s)-space. Operations Research Spectrum 22 (4), 491-500.

[1] Eichner, Th./ Pfingsten, A./ Wagener, A. (1996): Strategisches Abstimmungsverhalten bei Verwendung der Hare-Regel: Irrationalität bei der Vergabe der Olympischen Sommerspiele 1996 an Atlanta?, Zeitschrift für betriebswirtschaftliche Forschung 48, 466-474.

B. Diskussionspapiere:

[8] Eichner, Th./ Pethig, R. (2018): EU-type carbon regulation and the waterbed effect of green energy promotion.

[7] Eichner, Th./ Kollenbach, G./ Schopf, M. (2018): Demand versus supply-side climate policies with a carbon dioxide ceiling.

[6] Eichner, Th./ Kollenbach, G./ Schopf, M. (2018): Buying versus leasing fuel deposits for preservation.

[5] Eichner, Th./ Pethig, R. (2018): Self-enforcing biodiversity agreements with financial support from North to South.

[4] Eichner, Th./ Pethig, R. (2018): Supply-side climate policy: on the role of exploration and asymmetric information.

[3] Eichner, Th./ Pethig, R. (2017): Bottom-up world climate policies: Preserving fossil fuel deposits vs. capping fuel consumption.

[2] Eichner, Th./ Pethig, R. (2017): Strategic pollution control and capital tax competition.

[1] Eichner, Th./ Pethig, R. (2016): Forging a global environmental agreement through trade sanctions on free riders.

C. Monographien:

[1] Eichner, Th. (1999): Staatliche Sozialversicherung, individuelle Vorsorge und Arbeitsangebot. Gabler Verlag, Wiesbaden.

D. Aufsätze in Sammelbänden:

[2] Eichner, Th./ Pethig, R. (2017): International carbon trade and national taxes: Distributional impacts of double regulation. In: W. Buchholz/ Rübbelke, D.: The Theory of Externalities and Public Goods. Essays in Memory of Richard C. Cornes, 243-269.

[1] Eichner, Th./ Pethig, R. (2001): Gebührenstrategien in einem aggregierten Modell der Abfallwirtschaft. In: H.-W. Rengeling/ Hof, H.: Instrumente des Umweltschutzes im Wirkungsverbund, 253-267.

E. Rezensionen:

[3] Eichner, Th. (2006): Atkinson/Stiglitz: Lectures of Public Economics, 1980. In D. Herz: Lexikon der ökonomischen Werke.

[2] Eichner, Th. (2006): Markowitz: Portfolio Selection: Efficient Diversification of Instruments, 1959. In D. Herz: Lexikon der ökonomischen Werke.

[1] Eichner, Th. (2004): Nurmi: Voting Procedures under Uncertainty, 2002. European Journal of Political Economy 20, 283-285.

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