© Andreas Reeg

Journal Editorships

  • Member of the Editorial Board "Perspektiven der Wirtschaftspolitik" (Perspectives in Economic Policy) published by the Association of German Economists (VfS) (since 2019)
  • Co-Editor of the Journal "Resource and Energy Economics" (SSCI) (since 2018)
  • Member of the Board of Editors of the Journal "The Energy Journal" (SSCI) (since 2017)
  • Member of the Editorial Advisory Board of the Journal "Climate Policy” (SSCI) (since 2016)
  • Co-Editor of the e-Journal "Economics" (SSCI) (since 2013)

Editorships of Journal Special Issues

  1. Atlantic Workshop on Energy and Environmental Economics (with X. Labandeira), Editor of the Special Issue of Resource and Energy Economics, forthcoming. 
  2. Economics of cooling and heating (with C Wei, W. Zhou, X.-B. Zhang) , Editor of the Special Issue of Climate Change Economics, 2024
  3. Digital technology and energy sustainability: a guidance on recent advances (with C. Wei, C.-Z. Li, S. Managi and T. Lundgren), Editor of the Special Issue of Resources, Conservation and Recycling, 2022. 
  4. Transition management of energy systems towards carbon neutrality (with P. Zhou, Y, - M, Wei, B. Su and H. Wang), Frontiers of Engineering Management, 9(3), 2022. 
  5. Recent advances in energy demand for residential space heating (with C. Wei and Y. Huang), Editor of the Special Issue of Energy and Buildings, 261, 111965, 2022.
  6. Energy Demand in Emerging and Developing Economies: Measurement, Policy Interventions and Evaluation, Editor of the Special Issue of China Economic Review (with C. Wei and S. Managi), 2020.
  7. Emissions trading systems for global low carbon energy and economic transformation, Editor of the Special Issue of Applied Energy (with X. Zhang, J. Lewis and D. Zhang), 2020.
  8. Facing the Energy Transition , Editor of the Special Issue of Economics of Energy & Environmental Policy (with M.T. Costa-Campi and E. Trujillo-Baute), 8(2), 2019.
  9. Recent Advances in Energy Demand Analysis – Insights for Industry and Households, Editor of the Special Issue of Resource and Energy Economics (with S. Managi), 56, 2019.
  10. Informing the Transitions towards Low-carbon Societies, Editor of the Special Issue of Energy Economics (with C. de Miguel, M. Filippini and X. Labandeira), 68, Supplement 1, 2017.
  11. Frontiers in the Economics of Energy Efficiency, Editor of the Special Issue of Energy Economics (with C. de Miguel and X. Labandeira) 52 (Supplement 1), 2015.
  12. The rise of emissions trading in Asia, Editor of the Special Issue of Energy Policy (with F. Jotzo) 75, 2014.
  13. New Directions in the Voluntary Provision of Public Goods, Editor of the Special Issue of Economica (with D. Rübbelke), 81(322), 2014.
  14. Energy Security - Concepts and Indicators, Editor of the Special Issue of Energy Policy (with U. Moslener and D. Rübbelke), 38(4), April 2010.

Articles in Journals of the Social Sciences Citation Index (SSCI)

  1. Information Nudges, Subsidies, and Crowding Out of Attention: Field Evidence from Energy Efficiency Investments (with M. Rodemeier), Journal of the European Economic Association (JEEA), forthcoming, 2024. 

  2. What if? The macroeconomic and distributional effects for Germany of a stop of energy imports from Russia (with R. Bachmann, D. Baqaee, C. Bayer, M. Kuhn, B. Moll, A. Peichl, K. Pittel, M. Schularick), Economica, forthcoming, 2024.

  3. Identity and Voluntary Efforts for Climate Protection (with M. Gleue, S. Harris and C. Feldhaus), Journal of Economic Behavior and Organisation, forthcoming, 2024.
  4. The Demand for Voluntary Carbon Dioxide Removal – Experimental Evidence from an Afforestation Project in Germany (with H. Bartels and M. Kesternich), forthcoming, Land Economics, 2024.
  5. The intrinsic value of decision rights: Field evidence from electricity contract choice automation (with C. Feldhaus, J. Lingens und G. Zunkers), Resource and Energy Economics, forthcoming, 2024.
  6. Facing the storm: Developing corporate adaptation and resilience action plans amid climate uncertainty (with K. Hennes and D. Bendig), npj Climate Action, forthcoming, 2024.

  7. Economics of cooling and heating: A review of recent advances (with C Wei, W. Zhou, X.-B. Zhang) , Editorial, Climate Change Economics, forthcoming, 2024
  8. Municipal building codes and the adoption of solar photovoltaics (with S. Carattini, B. Figge and Z. Gordon), Journal of Environmental Economics and Management (JEEM), 124 (März), 102937, 2024.
  9. Coal transitions – Part 2: Phase-out dynamics in global long-term mitigation scenarios (with J. Minx, J. Hilaire, F. Müller-Hansen et al.), Environmental Research Letters, 19, 033002, 2024.

  10. Can self-set goals encourage resource conservation? Field experimental evidence from a smartphone app (with M. Rodemeier and M. Werthschulte), European Economic Review, 160, 104612, 2023.

  11. Oil price crises, gas price crises, climate crises, Editorial, Gaia, 2023/3, 277, 2023.

  12. Digital technology and energy sustainability: Recent advances, challenges, and opportunities (with C. Wei, C.-Z. Li, S. Managi, T. Lundgren), Resources, Conservation and Recycling, 190, 106803, 2023.

  13. Green transition: create a European energy agency (S. Tagliapietra, G. Zachmann, co-signatory), Nature, Correspondence, 25 April 2023

  14. Can a Catholic Institution Promote Sustainable Behavior? Field Experimental Evidence on Donations for Climate Protection (with M. Gleue and C. Feldhaus), Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics, 98, 101855, 2022.

  15. Encouraging consumer activity through automatic switching of the electricity contract - A field experiment (with C. Feldhaus, J. Lingens, G. Zunker), Energy Policy, 164, 112855, 2022.

  16. Patterns and determinants of carbon emission flows along the Belt and Road from 2005 to 2030 (with Y. Yang, H. Wang and P Zhou), Ecological Economics192, 107260, 2022.
  17. What motivates smart meter adoption? Evidence from an experimental advertising campaign in Germany (with S. Berger, F. Ehering, C. Feldhaus and A. Wyss), Energy Research & Social Science, 85, 102357, 2022.
  18. Recent advances in energy demand for residential space heating (with C. Wei and Y. Huang), Energy and Buildings, 261, 111965, 2022.
  19. On the role of present bias and biased price beliefs in household energy consumption (with M. Werthschulte), Journal of Environmental Economics and Management (JEEM), 109, 102500, 2021.

  20. A multi-country meta-analysis on the role of behavioral change in reducing energy consumption and CO2 emissions in residential buildings (with T. Khanna, G. Baiocchi, M. Callaghan, F. Creutzig, H. Guias, N. Haddaway, L. Hirth, A. Javaid, N. Koch, S. Laukemper, M. Del Mar Zamora and J. Minx), Nature Energy, 6925–932, 2021.
  21. The demand for global and local environmental protection – experimental evidence from climate change mitigation in Beijing (with B. Sturm, J. Pei, W. Ran, W. Buchholz and Z. Zhao), Land Economics, 97, 137-154, 2021.
  22. Does demand-side flexibility reduce emissions?  Exploring the social acceptability of demand management in Germany and Great Britain (with P. Grunewald, M. Gleue and J. Unterberg), Energy Research & Social Science, 82, 102290, 2021.
  23. The changing role of global value chains in decoupling economic growth from CO2 emissions in 2000-2014 (with D. Zhang, H. Wang and P. Zhou), Energy Economics, 93, 105053, 2021.
  24. Coal transitions — Part 1: A systematic map and review of case study learnings from regional, national, and local coal phase-out experiences (with F. Diluiso, P. Walk, N. Manych et al.), Environmental Research Letters, 16, 113003, 2021. 
  25. Managing momentum in climate negotiations (with S Carattini), Environmental Research Letters, 16 (5), 051001, 2021.
  26. Negotiating Weights for Burden Sharing Rules in International Climate Negotiations: An Empirical Analysis (with M. Kesternich and A. Ziegler), Environmental Economics and Policy Studies, 23(4), 309-331, 2021.
  27. The future of coal in a carbon-constrained climate (with M. Jakob, C. Steckel, F. Jotzo, B. Sovacool, L. Cornelsen, R. Chandra, O. Edenhofer, C. Holden, T. Nace, N. Robins, J. Suedekum und J. Urpelainen), Nature Climate Change, 10, 704–707, 2020.
  28. The rebound effect representation in climate and energy models (with G. Colmenares and R. Madlener), Environmental Research Letters, 15, 123010, 2020.
  29. Emissions trading systems for global low carbon energy and economic transformation – Editorial (with X. Zhang, J. Lewis, D. Zhang and J. Yang), Applied Energy, DOI 10.1016/j.apenergy.2020.115858, 2020.
  30. Recent advances in energy demand research in China (mit C. Wei und S. Managi), China Economic Review, 63, 1-6 (2020).
  31. Low-carbon Transitions: Economics and Policy– Editorial (mit C. de Miguel, M. Filippini, X. Labandeira und J. Labeaga), Energy Economics, 84 (Suppl. 1), 1-3 (2019)
  32. Conditional cooperation in the case of a global public good - experimental evidence from climate change mitigation in Beijing (with W. Ran, J. Pei, B. Sturm and Z. Zhao), China Economic Review, 56, 101308 (2019).
  33. Do voluntary environmental programs reduce emissions? EMAS in the German manufacturing sector (with R. Kube, K.v. Graevenitz and P. Massier), Energy Economics, 84, 1-12 (2019).
  34. Interdisciplinary synthesis report on the coal phaseout. The Kopernikus project ENavi informs the German coal commission (with M. Pahle et al.), GAIA, 28(1), 61-62, 2019.
  35. Facing the Energy Transition - An Introduction (with M.T. Costa-Campi and E. Trujillo-Baute), Economics of Energy & Environmental Policy, 8(2), 1-6, 2019.
  36. The European Union energy transition: key priorities for the next five years (with S. Tagliapietra, G. Zachmann, O. Edenhofer, J.M. Glachant and P. Linares), Energy Policy, 132, 950-954, 2019.
  37. The Impacts of the EU ETS on Efficiency - An Empirical Analyses for German Manufacturing Firms (with B. Lutz and S. Managi), Resource and Energy Economics, 56, 71-95, 2019.
  38. Recent Advances in Energy Demand Analysis – Insights for Industry and Households (with S. Managi), Resource and Energy Economics, 56, 1-5, 2019.
  39. Processing trade, foreign outsourcing and carbon emissions in China (with J. Pei, J. Xue, G. Peters, Z. Zhao and Q. Chen), Structural Change and Economic Dynamics , 49, 1-12, 2019.
  40. The Impact of a Feed-In Tariff on Wind Power Development in Germany (with C. Hitaj), Resource and Energy Economics, 57, 18-35, 2019.
  41. Research trends in environmental and resource economics: Insights from four decades of JEEM (with R. Kube, H. Mertens and T. Requate), Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, 92, 433-464, 2018.
  42. Reducing CO2 from Cars in the European Union (with S. Paltsev, Y.-H. Chen, V. Karplus, P. Kishimoto, J. Reilly, K. von Graevenitz and S. Koesler), Transportation, 45(2), 573-595, 2018.
  43. China’s emissions trading takes steps toward big ambitions (with F. Jotzo, V. Karplus, M. Grubb, K. Neuhoff, L. Wu and F. Teng), Nature Climate Change, 8(4), 265-267, 2018.
  44. On the Effects of Unilateral Environmental Policy on Offshoring in Multi-Stage Production Processes (with O. Schenker and S. Koesler), Canadian Journal of Economics, 51(4), 2018.
  45. Establishing an expert advisory commission to assist the G20’s energy transformation processes (with P. Großkurth et al.), Economics E-Journal, 12, 1–12, 2018.
  46. Define limits for temperature overshoot targets (with O. Geden), Nature Geoscience, 10, 881-882, 2017.
  47. The Effect of Globalisation on Energy Footprints: Disentangling the Links of Global Value Chains (with O. Kaltenegger and F. Pothen), Energy Economics, 68(S1), 148-168, 2017.
  48. Informing the Transitions towards Low-carbon Societies – Editorial (with C. de Miguel, M. Filippini and X. Labandeira), Energy Economics, 68 (Suppl. 1), 1-3, 2017.
  49. Casting Light on Energy Efficiency — Evidence on Consumer Inattention and Imperfect Information (mit M. Rodemeier und R. Kube), Applied Economics Letters, 24(21), 1575–1587, 2017
  50. Improving Voluntary Public Good Provision through a Non-Governmental, Endogenous Matching Mechanism: Experimental Evidence" (with C. Reif and D. Rübbelke), Environmental and Resource Economics, 67(3), 559–589, 2017.
  51. Revealed preferences for voluntary climate change mitigation when the purely individual perspective is relaxed – evidence from a framed field experiment (with B. Sturm and R. Uehleke), Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics, 67, 149-160, 2017.
  52. Energy Costs in Germany and Europe: An Assessment Based on a (Total Real Unit) Energy Cost Accounting Framework (with O. Kaltenegger, M. Baikowski and J. Lingens), Energy Policy, 104, 419-430, 2017.
  53. The long-term impact of matching and rebate subsidies when public goods are impure: Field experimental evidence from the carbon offsetting market (with M. Kesternich and D. Römer), Journal of Public Economics, 137, 70-78, 2016.
  54. Pro-Environmental Households and Energy Efficiency in Spain (mit A. Ramos und X. Labandeira), Environmental and Resource Economics, 63, 367–393, 2016.
  55. Peeling the onion: Analyzing aggregate, national and sectoral energy intensity in the European Union (with F. Pothen and M. Schymura), Energy Economics, 52 (Suppl. 1), S63-S75, 2015.
  56. Frontiers in the economics of energy efficiency (with C. de Miguel and X. Labandeira), Energy Economics, 52 (Suppl. 1), S1-S4, 2015.
  57. Do Chinese individuals believe in climate change and why? An econometric analysis (mit J. Dai, M. Kesternich und A. Ziegler, Ecological Economics, 116, 310-321, 2015.
  58. Invention in Energy Technologies: Comparing Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Inventions at the Firm Level, (mit S. Rexhäuser), Energy Policy, 83, 206-217, 2015.
  59. On the Provision of Public Goods with Probabilistic and Ambiguous Thresholds (with A. Dannenberg, G. Paolacci, C. Reif and A. Tavoni), Environmental and Resource Economics, 61(3), 365-383, 2015.
  60. Energy-saving and emission-abatement potential of Chinese coal-fired power enterprise: a non-parametric analysis (mit C. Wei und B. Liu), Energy Economics, 49, 33–43, 2015
  61. Emissions trading in China: emerging experiences and international lessons (with F. Jotzo), Energy Policy, 75, 3-8, 2014.
  62. Designing an EU Energy and Climate Policy Portfolio for 2030: Implications of Overlapping Regulation under Different Levels of Electricity Demand (with F. Flues, B. Lutz und O. Schenker), Energy Policy, 75, 91-99, 2014
  63. Designing an Emissions Trading Scheme for China - An Up-to-date Climate Policy Assessment (with M. Hübler and S. Voigt), Energy Policy, 75, 57-72, 2014.
  64. The voluntary provision of international public goods – an overview (with D. Rübbelke), Economica, 81(322), 195-204, 2014.
  65. The New IPCC Scenarios: What Does the Two-Degree Target Cost? - Die neuen Szenarien des IPCC: Was kostet das Zwei-Grad-Ziel?, GAIA, 23/2, 73, 2014.
  66. Incidence and Extent of Co-Authorship in Environmental and Resource Economics: Evidence from the Journal of Environmental Economics and Management (with M. Schymura), Scientometrics, 99, 631-661, 2014.
  67. Did Fukushima Matter? Empirical Evidence of the Demand for Climate Protection in Germany (with C. Gallier and B. Sturm), Applied Economics Letters, 21(12), 846-851, 2014.
  68. An empirical analysis of the CO2 shadow price in Chinese thermal power enterprises (with C. Wei and B. Liu), Energy Economics, 40, 22-31, 2013.
  69. The Demand for Climate Protection - Empirical Evidence from Germany (with B. Sturm and C. Vogt), Economics Letters, 118(3), 415–418, 2013.
  70. The EU decarbonisation roadmap 2050: What way to walk? (mit M. Hübler), Energy Policy, 55, 190–207, 2013.
  71. A new robustness analysis for climate policy evaluations: A CGE Application for the EU 2020 Targets (with C. Hermeling and T. Mennel), Energy Policy, 55, 27-35, 2013.
  72. The Value-Added of Sectoral Disaggregation: Implications on Competitive Consequences of Climate Change Policies (with V. Alexeeva-Talebi, C. Böhringer and Sebastian Voigt), Energy Economics, 34(Suppl. 2), S127-S142, 2012.
  73. Inequality, Communication and the Avoidance of Disastrous Climate Change (with Alessandro Tavoni, Astrid Dannenberg and Giorgos Kallis), Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS), 108(29), 11825-11829, 2011.
  74. On the Self-interested Use of Equity in International Climate Negotiations (with Andreas Lange, Carsten Vogt and Andreas Ziegler), European Economic Review, 54(3), 359-375, 2010
  75. Auctioning of CO2 Emission Allowances in Phase 3 of the EU Emissions Trading Scheme (with E. Benz and B. Sturm), Climate Policy, 10 (2010), 705–718.
  76. Paying the Piper and Calling the Tune? A Meta-Regression Analysis of the Double-Dividend Hyothesis (with N. Anger and C. Böhringer), Ecological Economics, 69(7), 1495-1502, 2010.
  77. Indicators of Energy Security in Industrialised Countries (with U. Moslener and D. Rübbelke), Energy Policy, 38(4), 1665-1671, 2010.
  78. Energy security—concepts and indicators - Editorial (with U. Moslener and D. Rübbelke), Energy Policy, 38(4), 1607-1608, 2010.
  79. EU Climate Policy Up to 2020: An Economic Impact Assessment (with C. Böhringer, U. Moslener and T. F. Rutherford), Energy Economics, 31(S2), 295-305, 2009.
  80. Oil and Unemployment in Germany (with U. Oberndorfer), Journal of Economics and Statistics (Jahrbücher für Nationalökonomie und Statistik), 229(2+3), 146-162, 2009.
  81. Technological Uncertainty and Cost-Effectiveness of CO2 Emission Reduction (with V. Otto), Energy Economics, SUPPL 1, 4-17, 2009.
  82. A Symmetric Input-Output Table for EU 27: Latest Progress (with J. Rueda-Cantuche, J. Beutel, F. Neuwahl and I. Mongelli), Economic Systems Research, 21(1), 59-79, 2009.
  83. Environmental Taxation and Induced Structural Change in an Open Economy: The Role of Market Structure (with C. Böhringer and H. Welsch), German Economic Review, 9(1), 17-40, 2008.
  84. Employment impacts of EU biofuels policy: combining bottom-up technology information and sectoral market simulations in an input-output framework (with F. Neuwahl, I. Mongelli and L. Delgado), Ecological Economics, 68 (1-2), 447-460, 2008.
  85. Directed technical change and differentiation of climate policy (with V.M. Otto and J. Reilly), Energy Economics, 30 (6), 2855-2878, 2008.
  86. Extending Working Hours: Why not work 42 Hours rather than 38? – A CGE Analysis for Germany (with K. Conrad and H. Koschel), Empirica, 35, 255-266, 2008.
  87. Climate Policy Induced Investments in Developing Countries: The Implications of Investment Risks (with C. Böhringer), The World Economy, 31(3), 367-392, 2008.
  88. Energy Biased Technical Change - A CGE Analysis (with V. Otto and R. Dellink), Resource and Energy Economics, 29(2), 137-158, 2007.
  89. Decomposing Integrated Assessment of Climate Change: Methodology and Sample Application (with C. Böhringer and T. F. Rutherford), Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, 31(2), 683-702, 2007.
  90. Promoting Renewable Energy in Europe – A Hybrid CGE Approach (with C. Böhringer), The Energy Journal, Hybrid Modelling of Energy-Environment Policies: Reconciling Bottom-up and Top-down, 123 – 138, 2006.
  91. Computable General Equilibrium Models for Sustainability Impact Assessment: Status Quo and Prospects (with C. Böhringer), Ecological Economics, 60(1), 49-64, 2006.
  92. Efficiency Gains from “What”-Flexibility in Climate Policy - An Integrated CGE Assessment (with C. Böhringer and T. F. Rutherford), The Energy Journal, Multi-Greenhouse Gas Mitigation and Climate Policy, 405-424, 2006.
  93. Recycling of Eco-Taxes, Labor Market Effects and the True Cost of Labor- A CGE Analysis (with K. Conrad), Journal of Applied Economics, 8(2), 259-278, 2005.
  94. Climate Policy Beyond Kyoto: Quo Vadis? A Computable General Equilibrium Analysis based on Expert Judgements (with C. Böhringer), Kyklos, 58(4), 467-493, 2005.
  95. Assessing Emission Allocation in Europe: An Interactive Simulation Approach (with C. Böhringer, T. Hoffmann, A. Lange and U. Moslener), The Energy Journal, 26(4), 1-22, 2005.
  96. Market Power and Hot Air in International Emission Trading: The Impacts of U.S. Withdrawal from the Kyoto Protocol (with C. Böhringer), Applied Economics, 35(6), 651-664, 2003.
  97. Carbon Taxes and Joint Implementation - An Applied General Equilibrium Analysis for Germany and India (with C. Böhringer and K. Conrad), Environmental and Resource Economics, 24(1), 49-76, 2003.
  98. Assessing the Costs of Compliance: The Kyoto Protocol (with C. Böhringer), in: European Environment (now: Environmental Policy and Governance), 12(1), 1-16, 2002.
  99. Technological Change in Economic Models of Environmental Policy: A Survey, Ecological Economics, 43(2-3), 105-126, 2002.
  100. The Economic and Environmental Implications of the US Repudiation of the Kyoto Protocol and the Subsequent Deals in Bonn and Marrakech (with Z.X. Zhang), Weltwirtschaftliches Archiv - Review of World Economics, 138(4), 711-746, 2002.

Articles in other Journals


Energy transition toward carbon-neutrality in China: Pathways, implications and uncertainties (with Y. Yang, H. Wang and P. Zhou), Frontiers of Engineering Management, 9(3), 358–372, 2022.

Zur Bepreisung von CO2-Emissionen – Ergebnisse aus dem Ökonomenpanel (with J. Blum, R. de Britto Schiller, J. Pfeiffer, K. Pittel, N. Potrafke and A. Schmitt), ifo Schnelldienst, 16/2019, 60-65, 2019.


Klimaziel 2020 verfehlt: Zeit für eine Neuausrichtung der Klimapolitik? (with O. Kaltenegger), ifo Schnelldienst, 71(2), 14–17, 2018.


Stand der Energiewende und wichtige Handlungsfelder (with G. Erdmann, F. Staiß and H. Ziesing), et — Energiewirtschaftliche Tagesfragen, 67(12), 34–39, 2017.


Smart Energy zur Flexibilisierung und Senkung des Energieverbrauchs – Handlungsoptionen und offene Fragen (with M. Werthschulte), Energiewirtschaftliche Tagesfragen 8, 19-23, 2017.


Wie weiter mit dem Kohleausstieg, Energie - Markt – Wettbewerb, 5/16, 2, 2016.


The German Energy Transition – Status Quo and Perspectives, Papeles de Energía 1, 175-196, 2016


The Role of Indirect Energy Costs for the Manufacturing Sector [Die Rolle der indirekten Energiekosten im deutschen Produzierenden Gewerbe] (with M. Baikowski and O. Kaltenegger), Wirtschaftsdienst 95(12), 2015.


Costs of the Energy Transition, Competitiveness and Energy Poverty [Kosten der Energiewende, Wettbewerbsfähigkeit und Energiearmut], Jahrbuch für Christliche Sozialwissenschaften 56, 49-59, 2015.


Expectations for the Climate Conference in Paris [Erwartungen an die Weltklimakonferenz in Paris], Wirtschaftsdienst 95(11), 735-738, 2015.


An Efiicient Steering Tax Must be Simple [Eine effiziente Lenkungsabgabe muss schlicht bleiben], Die Volkswirtschaft 6/2015, 40-43, 2015.


Does Germany Need Capacity Payments for a Secure Electricity Supply? [Braucht Deutschland jetzt Kapazitätszahlungen für eine gesicherte Stromversorgung] (with P. Lehmann, R. Brandt, E. Gawel, S. Heim, K. Korte, P. Massier, M. Reeg, D. Schober and S. Wassermann), Energiewirtschaftliche Tagesfragen 65 (1/2), 26-31, 2015


Energy Unit Cost as an Indicator for Industrial Competitiveness [Energiestückkosten als Indikator für Wettbewerbsfähigkeit] (mit R. Germeshausen), Wirtschaftsdienst 95(1), 46-50, 2015.


Capacity payments to secure electricity supply? On the future of Germany’s power market design (with P. Lehmann, R. Brandt, E. Gawel, S. Heim, K. Korte, P. Massier, M. Reeg, D. Schober and S. Wassermann), Energy, Sustainability and Society 5(15), 2015.


Short Comment, Wirtschaftsdienst 94 (12), 844-846, 2014.


Ist die Energiewende sozial gerecht? (with P. Heindl and R. Schüßler), Wirtschaftsdienst 94(7), 508-514, 2014


Die Zukunft der Energiewende in Deutschland (with E. Gawel, P. Lehmann, K. Korte, S. Strunz, J. Bovet, W. Köck, P. Massier, D. Schober, D. Ohlhorst, K. Tews, M. Schreurs, M. Reeg and S. Wassermann), Zeitschrift für Umweltrecht (ZUR), 4/2014, 219-225, 2014.


Die Zukunft der Energiewende in Deutschland (with E. Gawel, P. Lehmann, K. Korte, S. Strunz, J. Bovet, W. Köck, P. Massier, D. Schober, D. Ohlhorst, K. Tews, M. Schreurs, M. Reeg and S. Wassermann), et - Energiewirtschaftliche Tagesfragen 04/2014, 37-44, 2014.


The future of the energy transition in Germany (with E. Gawel, P. Lehmann, K. Korte, S. Strunz, J. Bovet, W. Köck, P. Massier, D. Schober, D. Ohlhorst, K. Tews, M. Schreurs, M. Reeg and S. Wassermann), Energy, Sustainability and Society 4:15, 1-9, 2014.


Der deutsche Strommarkt im Umbruch: Zur Notwendigkeit einer Marktordnung aus einem Guss (with F. Flues, F. Pothen and P. Massier), Wirtschaftsdienst, 93(11), 778-784, 2013.


Den Strommarkt an die Wirklichkeit anpassen – Skizze einer neuen Marktordnung (with F. Flues, F. Pothen and P. Massier), et - Energiewirtschaftliche Tagesfragen, 04/2013, 22-24.


Perspectives on the Future of Unconventional Gas in Europe – Insights from the ZEW Energy Market Barometer (with F. Flues, P. Massier and N. Wölfing), IAEE Energy Forum, Third Quarter 2013, 36-38.


Die Versorgungssicherheit seit 2009: Ein Stimmungsbild (with F. Flues, P. Massier and N. Wölfing), et - Energiewirtschaftliche Tagesfragen, 04/2013, 22-24, 2013.


Trade and the Environment: An Application of the WIOD Database (with S. Rexhäuser and M. Schymura), Chinese Journal of Population Resources and Environment, 11, 51-61, 2013.


Das Erneuerbare-Energien-Gesetz in der Diskussion (with F. Flues and P. Heindl), Wirtschaftsdienst, 92(8), 515-519, 2012.


Anreizwirkung des EU-Emissionshandels entfaltet sich nicht („Incentive Effects of the EU ETS?“) (mit K. Brockmann, B.J. Lutz und J. Schumacher), Zeitschrift für Energie, Markt, Wettbewerb, 5/2012, 2012.


22. Weltklimakonferenz in Durban - Über Inhalte einigen wir uns später, Wirtschaftsdienst 91 (12), 806-807, 2011.


Versteigerungserlöse aus CO2-Zertifikaten im Spannungsfeld zwischen Bund und Ländern (with Christiane Reif, Martin Kesternich, Simon Koesler, Daniel Osberghaus and Stefan Korioth), Wirtschaftsdienst 91 (10), 712-716, 2011


Energiepolitik nach Fukushima, Wirtschaftsdienst 91 (5), 307-310, 2011


Sind Umweltzölle ein geeignetes Instrument zur Ermöglichung fairen Wettbewerbs zwischen Ländern mit hohen und geringen Klimaschutzanforderungen? (“Are border taxes an appropriate instrument to achieve a fair competition beween countries with different climate policy levels”), Zeitschrift für Wirtschaftspolitik, 59(2), 174-181, 2010.


Die reale Zahlungsbereitschaft für Klimaschutz („The real WTP for climate protection“) (mit B. Sturm und C. Vogt), Wirtschaftsdienst, 90(11), 749-753, 2010.


Linking von Emissionshandelssystemen – Chance für einen effizienten Klimaschutz? (“Linking emission trading systems – A chance for efficient climate policy“) (with P. Heindl), Energiewirtschaftliche Tagesfragen, 10 2010, 18-20, 2010.


Energieprognose 2009 (“Energy forecast 2009“) (with U. Fahl, M. Blesl, A. Voß, B. Bruchof, T. Götz, R. Kober, R. Kuder, M. Frondel, P. Grösche, N. Ritter, M. Preistrup, T. Schmidt, C. Vance, T. Mennel, and N. Wölfing), BWK - Das Energie-Fachmagazin, 10-2010, 6-12, 2010.


Steigerung der Energieeffizienz in Deutschland: Das neue Energieeffizienzgesetz [Increasing energy efficieny in Germany – The New Law on Energy Efficiency] (with T. Mennel), Energie - Markt – Wettbewerb, 5/10, 6-8, 2010.


Energieprognose 2009: Die Entwicklung der Energiemärkte bis 2030 [Energy Forcast 2009. The Development oft he Energy Markets until 2030] (with U. Fahl, M. Blesl, A. Voß, M. Frondel and T. Mennel), Energiewirtschaftliche Tagesfragen, 9 2010, 30-34, 2010.


KfW/ZEW CO2 Panel: Vermeiden oder kaufen - Deutsche Unternehmen im Emissionshandel [Abate or buy – German companies under the EU ETS] (with P. Heindl, V. Lo, A. Detken and V. Alexeeva-Talebi), forthcoming in Zeitschrift für Energiewirtschaft (ZfE), 1/2010, 39-46, 2010


Retailmarkt für Strom und Gas: Funktioniert der Wettbewerb? [Retail markets for electricity and gas – Is competition working?] (with T. Mennel and N. Wölfing), Energiewirtschaftliche Tagesfragen, 1/2 2010, 10-14, 2010


Impure Public Goods and Technological Interdependencies (with D. Rübbelke), Journal of Economic Studies, 36(6), 36(6), 596-615, 2009


Fairness in internationalen Klimaverhandlungen - Kommentar zu Christoph Böhringer und Heinz Welsch [Fairness in international climate negotiations], Jahrbuch Ökologische Ökonomik 6 (Diskurs Klimapolitik), 276-282, 2009


Ende der Energiewende? [End of the Energy Transition?] (with U. Moslener), Internationale Politik (IP), 64(6), 24-27, 2009.


Handel mit Emissionsrechten und Herkunftsnachweisen in Europa – Das “Klima- und Energiepaket“ (with U. Moslener), Zeitschrift für Energiewirtschaft (ZfE) 04|2008, 248-253, 2008.


Europäische Klimapolitik und Wettbewerbsfähigkeit (with V. Alexeeva-Talebi and T. Mennel), Ökologisches Wirtschaften 4.2008, 39-42, 2008.


Wegweiser für die „Bali-Roadmap“ - Ökonomische Konzepte für die Klimaverhandlungen nach Bali bis zur nächsten Klimakonferenz 2009 in Kopenhagen (with U. Moslener, K. Rennings and B. Sturm), in: Wirtschaftsdienst, 88(1), 28-30, 2008.


Regionale Klimaschutzprogramme – Zur integrierten Analyse von Kosten des Klimawandels und des Klimaschutzes auf regionaler Ebene (with U. Fahl, H. Koschel, B. Rühle and H. Wolf), Vierteljahrshefte zur Wirtschaftsforschung - Quarterly Journal of Economic Research, 74(2), 286-309, 2005.


Technological Change, Energy Consumption and the Costs of Environmental Policy in Energy-Economy-Environment Modelling, International Journal of Energy Technology and Policy, 2(3), 250-261, 2004.


Die Messung nachhaltiger Entwicklung mithilfe numerischer Gleichgewichtsmodelle (with C. Böhringer), in: Vierteljahrshefte zur Wirtschaftsforschung - Quarterly Journal of Economic Research, 72(1), 31-52, 2004.


Internationaler Emissionshandel nach In-Kraft-Treten des Kioto-Protokolls: Wichtige Rahmengröße für die nationale Klimaschutzpolitik (with C. Böhringer), in: Zeitschrift für Umweltpolitik & Umweltrecht (ZfU), 26(2), 129-144, 2003.