Researchers at our chair

Robert Schmidt (professor): applied microeconomic theory; areas of interest: environmental, industrial & political economics; e.g., game theoretic analysis of international climate cooperation, carbon taxation, environmental incentive regulation, carbon leakage, technological change, strategic environmental policy, electoral competition, game theory; publications/CV

Bianca Rundshagen (professor – apl. Professorin):

applied microeconomic theory; areas of interest: game theoretic analysis of international climate cooperation, environmental policy and induced technical change, environmental liability law, economics of crime; publications/CV

Bastian Westbrock (postdoc): applied microeconomic and network theory; areas of interest: global value chains, R&D partnerships, money laundering networks, peer effects, innovation policies, economics of renewable energies, game theory, experimental games; publications/CV

Vitus Bühl (Ph.D. student): applied microeconomic theory; areas of interest: game theoretic analysis of international climate cooperation, cooperation with tipping points in the climate system, game theoretic methods for smart grids; CV

Lisa-Marie Schwanebeck: (Ph.D. student, on parental leave): empirics; areas of interest: carbon pricing, development economics; CV

Hendrik Hoegen | 17.09.2019