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Prof. Dr. Christoph Böhringer

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Carl von Ossietzky Universität Oldenburg
Fakultät II - Wirtschafts- und Rechtswissenschaften -
Institut für Volkswirtschaftslehre
Ammerländer Heerstr. 114-118
26129 Oldenburg

Diskussionspapiere

Diskussionspapiere

 

2021

  
V-437-21Heinz Welsch
 

Do Social Norms Trump Rational Choice in Voluntary Climate Change Mitigation? Multi-Country Evidence of Social Tipping Points

  
V-436-21
Emmanuel Asane-Otoo, Bernhard C. Dannemann
 Station heterogeneity and asymmetric gasoline price responses
  
V-435-21Christoph Böhringer, Thomas F. Rutherford, Jan Schneider:
 The Incidence of COEmissions Pricing Under Alternative International Market Responses
  
V-434-21Christoph Böhringer, Sonja Peterson, Thomas F. Rutherford, Jan Schneider, Malte Winkler:
 Climate Policies after Paris: Pledge, Trade and Recyle

2020

V-433-20Bernhard C. Dannemann
 Better Off On Their Own? How Peer Effects Determine International Patterns of the Mathematics Gender Achievement Gap
  
V-432-20Christoph Böhringer, Carolyn Fischer
 Kill Bill or Tax: An Analysis of Alternative CO2 Price Floor Options for EU Member States
  
V-431-20Heinz Welsch
 How Climate-Friendly Behavior Relates to Moral Identity and Identity-Protective Cognition: Evidence from the European Social Surveys
  
V-430-20Christoph Böhringer, Knut Einar Rosendahl
 Europe beyond Coal - An Economic and Climate Impact Assessment
  
V-429-20Oliver Richters
 Modeling the out-of-equilibrium dynamics
of bounded rationality and economic constraints
  
V-428-20Bernhard C. Dannemann:
 Peer Effects in Secondary Education: Evidence from the 2015 Trends in Mathematics and Science Study Based on Homophily

2019

  
V-427-19Christoph Böhringer, Knut Einar Rosendahl, Halvor Briseid Storrøsten:
 Smart hedging against carbon leakage
  
V-426-19Emmanuel Asane-Otoo, Bernhard Dannemann:
 Rockets and Feathers Revisted: Asymmetric Retail Fuel Pricing in the Era of Market Transparency
  
V-425-19Heinz Welsch:
 Moral Foundations and Voluntary Public Good Provision: The Case of Climate Change
  
V-424-19Gökçe Akɪn-Olçum, Christoph Böhringer, Thomas Rutherford, Andrew Schreiber:
 Economic and Environmental Impacts of a Carbon Adder in New York
  
V-423-19Jasper N. Meya, Paul Neetzow: 
 Renewable energy policies in federal government systems
  
V-422-19Philipp Biermann, Heinz Welsch:
 Changing Conditions, Persistent Mentality: An Anatomy of East German Unhappiness, 1990-2016
  
V-421-19Philipp Biermann, Jürgen Bitzer, Erkan Gören:
 The Relationship between Age and Subjective Well-Being: Estimating Within and Between Effects Simultaneously
  
V-420-19Philipp Poppitz:
 Multidimensional Inequality and Divergence: The Eurozone Crisis in Retrospect
  
V-419-19Heinz Welsch:
 Utilitarian and Ideological Determinants of Attitudes toward Immigration: Germany before and after the “Refugee Crisis”­
  
V-418-19Christoph Böhringer, Xaquin Garcia-Muros, Mikel González-Eguino:
 Greener and Fairer: A Progressive Environmental Tax Reform for Spain
  
V-417-19Martin Binder, Ann-Kathrin Blankenberg, Heinz Welsch:
 

Pro-environmental norms and subjective well-being: panel evidence from the UK

2018

V-416-18Jasper N. Meya:
 Environmental Inequality and Economic Valuation
  
V-415-18Christoph Böhringer, Thomas F. Rutherford, Edward J. Balistreri:
 Quantifying Disruptive Trade Policies
  
V-414-18Oliver Richters, Andreas Siemoneit:
 The contested concept of growth imperatives: Technology and the fear of stagnation
  
V-413-18Carsten Helm, Mathias Mier:
 Subsidising Renewables but Taxing Storage? Second-Best Policies with Imperfect Carbon Pricing
  
V-412-18Mathias Mier:
 Policy Implications of a World with Renewables, Limited Dispatchability, and Fixed Load
  
V-411-18Klaus Eisenack, Mathias Mier:
 Peak-load Pricing with Different Types of Dispatchability
  
V-410-18Christoph Böhringer, Nicholas Rivers:
 The energy efficiency rebound effect in general equilibrium
  
V-409-18Oliver Richters, Erhard Glötzl:
 Modeling economic forces, power relations, and stock-flow consistency: a general constrained dynamics approach
  
V-408-18Bernhard C. Dannemann, Erkan Gören:
 The Educational Burden of ADHD: Evidence From Student Achievement Test Scores
  
V-407-18Jürgen Bitzer, Erkan Gören:
 Foreign Aid and Subnational Development: A Grid Cell Analysis
  

2017

  
  
V-406-17Christoph Böhringer, Jan Schneider, Marco Springmann:
 Economic and Environmental Impacts of Raising Revenues for Climate Finance from Public Sources
  
V-405-17Erhard Glötzl, Florentin Glötzl, Oliver Richters:
 From constrained optimization to constrained dynamics: extending analogies between economics and mechanics
  
V-404-17Heinz Welsch, Jan Kühling:
 How Green Self Image Affects Subjective Well-Being: Pro-Environmental Values as a Social Norm
  
V-403-17Achim Hagen, Jan Schneider:
 Boon or Bane? Trade Sanctions and the Stability of International Environmental Agreements
  
V-402-17Erkan Gören:
 The Role of Novelty-Seeking Traits in Contemporary Knowledge Creation
  
V-401-17Heinz Welsch, Jan Kühling:
 Divided We Stand: Immigration Attitudes, Identity, and Subjective Well-Being
  
V-400-17Christoph Böhringer, Thomas F. Rutherford:
 Paris after Trump: An inconvenient insight
  
V-399-17Frank Pothen, Heinz Welsch:
 Economic Development and Material Use
  
V-398-17Klaus Eisenack, Marius Paschen:
 Designing long-lived investments under uncertain and ongoing change

2016

  
V-397-16Marius Paschen:
 The eff ect of intermittent renewable supply on the forward premium in German electricity markets
  
V-396-16Heinz Welsch, Philipp Biermann:
 Poverty is a Public Bad: Panel Evidence from Subjective Well-being Data
  
V-395-16Philipp Biermann:
 How Fuel Poverty Affects Subjective Well-Being: Panel Evidence from Germany
  
V-394-16Heinz Welsch:
 Electricity Externalities, Siting, and the Energy Mix: A Survey
  
V-393-16Leonhard Kähler, Klaus Eisenack:
 Strategic Complements in International Environmental Agreements:
a New Island of Stability
  
V-392-16Christoph Böhringer, Xaquin Garcia-Muros, Ignacio Cazcarro, Iñaki Arto:
 The Efficiency Cost of Protective Measures in Climate Policy
  
V-391-16Achim Hagen, Juan-Carlos Altamirano-Cabrera, Hans-Peter Weikard:
 The Influence of Political Pressure Groups on the Stability of International Environmental Agreements
  
V-390-16Christoph Böhringer, Florian Landis, Miguel Angel Tovar Reaños:
 Cost-effectivness and Incidence of Renewable Energy Promotion in Germany
  
V-389-16Carsten Helm, Mathias Mier:
 Efficient diffusion of renewable energies: A roller-coaster ride
  
V-388-16Christoph Böhringer, Jan Schneider, Emmanuel Asane-Otoo:
 TRADE IN CARBON AND THE EFFECTIVENESS OF CARBON TARIFFS
  
V-387-16Achim Hagen, Leonhard Kähler, Klaus Eisenack:
 Transnational Environmental Agreements with Heterogeneous Actors

2015

  
V-386-15Jürgen Bitzer, Erkan Gören, Sanne Hiller:
 Absorption of Foreign Knowledge: Firms’ Benefits of Employing Immigrants
  
V-385-15Klaus Eisenack, Julien Minnemann, Paul Neetzow, Felix Reutter:
 Contributions to the institutional economics of the energy transition
  
V-384-15Christoph Böhringer, Xaquín Garcia-Muros, Mikel Gonzalez-Eguino, Luis Rey:
 US Climate Policy: A Critical Assessment of Intensity Standards
  
V-383-15Christoph Böhringer, Edward J. Balistreri, Thomas F. Rutherford:
 Carbon policy and the structure of global trade
  
V-382-15Christoph Böhringer, Brita Bye, Taran Fæhn, Knut Einar Rosendahl:
 Output-based rebating of carbon taxes in the neighbor’s backyard