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Ausgewählte Publikationen 2015-2019

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  Publikationen der
Universität Oldenburg
(Prof. Eisenack bis 01.03.2016)

2019  2018  2017  2016  2015   vor 2015                                       

2019

 

Sietz, Diana, Frey, Ulrich, Roggero, Matteo, Gong, Yanqing, Magliocca, Nicholas, Tan, Rong, Janssen, Peter, and Václavík, Tomáš. 2019. “Archetype analysis in sustainability research: methodological portfolio and analytical frontiers.” In Ecology and Society 24(3):34. https://doi.org/10.5751/ES-11103-240334.

Eisenack, K. and M. Mier (2019) Peak-load pricing with different types of dispatchability. Journal of Regulatory Economics, DOI: 10.1007/s11149-019-09394-9

Neetzow, Paul. 2019. “How to Go Green? The Effects of Power System Flexibility on the Efficient Transition to Renewable Generation.” Working Paper des Departments für Agrarökonomie No. 96/2019. Berlin.

Hamborg, Steffen, Jasper N. Meya, Klaus Eisenack, and Thorsten Raabe. 2020. “Rethinking Resilience: A Cross-Epistemic Resilience Framework for Interdisciplinary Energy Research.” Energy Research & Social Science 59 (January): 101285. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.erss.2019.101285.

Eisenack, Klaus, Sergio Villamayor-Tomas, Graham Epstein, Christian Kimmich, Nicholas R. Magliocca, D. Manuel-Navarrete, Christoph Oberlack, Matteo Roggero, and Diana Sietz. 2019. “Design and Quality Criteria for Archetype Analysis.” Ecology and Society 24 (3): 6. https://doi.org/10.5751/ES-10855-240306.

Oberlack, Christoph, Diana Sietz, Elisabeth Bürgi-Bonanomi, Ariane de Bremont, Jampel Dell’Angelo, Klaus Eisenack, Erle C. Ellis, et al. 2019. “Archetype Analysis in Sustainability Research: Meanings, Motivations, and Evidence-Based Policy Making.” Ecology and Society 24 (2): 26.

Hagen, Achim, and Klaus Eisenack. 2019. “Climate Clubs Versus Single Coalitions: The Ambitions of International Environmental Agreements.” Climate Change Economics 10 (3). https://doi.org/10.1142/S2010007819500118.

Mendelevitch, Roman, Christian Hauenstein, and Franziska Holz. 2019. “The Death Spiral of Coal in the U.S.: Will Changes in U.S. Policy Turn the Tide?” Climate Policy, July, 1–15. https://doi.org/10.1080/14693062.2019.1641462.

Meya, J.N., and Neetzow, P. (2019). Renewable energy policies in federal government systems, Oldenburg Discussion Papers in Economics, V-423-19.

Roggero, Matteo. 2019. Social dilemmas, policy instruments, and climate adaptation measures: the case of green roofs: In Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change. forthcoming

Roggero, Matteo, Leonhard Kähler and Achim Hagen. 2019. Strategic cooperation for transnational adaptation: lessons from the economics of climate change mitigation. International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10784-019-09442-x.

Neetzow, Paul, Mendelevitch, Roman, and Sauleh Siddiqui. 2019. Modeling coordination between renewables and grid: Policies to mitigate distribution grid constraints using residential PV-battery systems. Energy Policy, 132, 1017-1033. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.enpol.2019.06.024

Eisenack, Klaus. 2019. “Beim Kohleausstieg sollten wir uns nicht auf eine unsichtbare Hand verlassen.  Nach einem ambitionierten Zeitplan sollten zuerst Braunkohlekraftwerke und –tagebaue verbindlich abgeschaltet und stillgelegt werden.” www.resource-economics.hu-berlin.de/forneu/topicnnew/kohleausstieg.

Eisenack, Klaus, and Roman Mendelevitch. 2019. “Standpunkt Kohleausstieg ohne unsichtbare Hand.” Tagesspiegel Background. https://background.tagesspiegel.de/kohleausstieg-ohne-unsichtbare-hand.

Scherwath, Tim, Ben Wealer, and Roman Mendelevitch. 2019. “Nuclear Decommissioning after the German Nuclear Phase-Out: An Integrated View on New Regulations and Nuclear Logistics.” 1779. DIW Berlin Discussion Paper. Berlin, Germany: German Institute for Economic Research (DIW Berlin).

2018

Bisaro, A., Roggero, M., Villamayor-Tomas, S. (2018): Institutional Analysis in Climate Change Adaptation Research: A Systematic Literature Review. Ecological Economics 151, pp. 34-43.

Mendelevitch, Roman, Claudia Kemfert, Pao-Yu Oei, and Christian von Hirschhausen. 2018. “The Electricity Mix in the European Low-Carbon Transformation: Coal, Nuclear, and Renewables.” In Energiewende “Made in Germany,” edited by Christian von Hirschhausen, Clemens Gerbaulet, Claudia Kemfert, Casimir Lorenz, and Pao-Yu Oei, 241–282. Cham: Springer International Publishing. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-95126-3_10.

Holz, Franziska, Jonas Egerer, Clemens Gerbaulet, Pao-Yu Oei, Roman Mendelevitch, Anne Neumann, and Christian von Hirschhausen. 2018. “Energy Infrastructures for the Low-Carbon Transformation in Europe.” In Energiewende “Made in Germany,” edited by Christian von Hirschhausen, Clemens Gerbaulet, Claudia Kemfert, Casimir Lorenz, and Pao-Yu Oei, 283–317. Cham: Springer International Publishing. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-95126-3_11.

Neetzow, P., Pechan, A. and K. Eisenack (2018): Electricity storage and transmission: Complements or substitutes? Energy Economics, doi.org/10.1016/j.eneco.2018.10.021
Preliminary, freely available working paper version

Meya, J.N., and K. Eisenack (2018): Effectiveness of gaming for communicating and teaching climate change. Climatic Change, 149(3): 319-333, https://doi.org/10.1007/s10584-018-2254-7

Roggero, M., Villamayor-Tomas, S., Oberlack, Ch., Eisenack, K., Bisaro, A., Hinkel, J. and A. Thiel (2018): Introduction to the special issue on adapting institutions to climate change. Journal of Institutional Economics: Pp. 1-14. https://doi.org/10.1017/S1744137417000649

Meya, J.N. (2018): Die internationale Klimapolitik auf dem Spielbrett. In: Hühn, C., Zürn, B., Schwägele, S., Hoffman, S. und F. Trautwein: Planspiele – Analyse und Wirkungen. Rückblick auf den Deutschen Planspielpreis 2015 und 2017. ZMS Schriftenreihe 9. Norderstedt: Books on Demand GmbH.

Drupp, M.A., Meya, J.N., Baumgärtner, S. and M.F. Quaas (2018): Economic inequality and the value of nature. Ecological Economics, 150: 340-345, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ecolecon.2018.03.029

Oei, P.-Y. and R. Mendelevitch (2018): Prospects for Steam Coal Exporters in the Era of Climate Policies - A Case Study of Colombia. Climate Policy. https://doi.org/10.1080/14693062.2018.1449094

Mendelevitch, R. (2018): Testing Supply-Side Climate Policies for the Global Steam Coal Market – Can They Curb Coal Consumption? Climatic Change. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10584-018-2169-3

Meya, J.N., Kornek, U. and K. Lessmann (2018): How empirical uncertainties influence the stability of climate coalitions. International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics. 18(2): 175-198, https://doi.org/10.1007/s10784-017-9378-5

Richter, P. M., Mendelevitch, R. and F. Jotzo (2018): Coal Taxes as Supply-Side Climate Policy: A Rationale for Major Exporters? Climatic Change. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10584-018-2163-9

Roßner, R. and Zikos D. (2018): The role of homogeneity and heterogeneity among resource users on Water Governance - Lessons learnt from an economic field experiment on irrigation. Water Economics and Policy. https://doi.org/10.1142/S2382624X1850008X

Pham L., Otto I. Zikos D. (2018): Self-governance and the Effects of Rules in Irrigation Systems: Evidence from Laboratory and Framed Field Experiments in China, India and Vietnam. Water Economics and Policy. https://doi.org/10.1142/S2382624X18500091

Assembayeva, A., J. Egerer, R. Mendelevitch and N. Zhakiyev (2018): A spatial electricity market model for the power system: The Kazakhstan case study. Energy. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.energy.2018.02.011

Oberlack, C. and K. Eisenack (2018) Archetypical barriers to adapting water governance in river basins to climate change, Journal of Institutional Economics 14, 527-555.

2017

Roggero, M. and A. Thiel (2017): Adapting as usual: integrative and segregative institutions shaping adaptation to climate change in local public administrations. Journal of Institutional Economics, published online 30 August 2017, pp. 1-22.

Kasymov, U. and D. Zikos (2017): Understanding Human Actions and Institutional Change: What Are the Impacts of Power Asymmetrieson Efficiency in Pasture Use? Resources, 6, 71; doi:10.3390/resources6040071

Kasymov, U., and Hamidov, A., (2017): Comparative Analysis of Nature-Related Transactions and Governance Structures in Pasture and Irrigation Water Use in Central Asia. Sustainability, 9(9), 1633; doi:10.3390/su9091633

Hagen, A. and J. Schneider (2017) Boon or Bane? Trade Sanctions and the Stability of International Environmental Agreements, Oldenburg Discussion Papers in Economics V-403-17, Carl von Ossietzky University Oldenburg, Germany.

Roggero M., Bisaro A., Villamayor-Tomas S. (2017): Institutions in the climate adaptation literature: a systematic literature review through the lens of the Institutional Analysis and Development framework,Journal of Institutional Economics. First View, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1017/S1744137417000376

Kunith, A., R. Mendelevitch and D. Guehlich (2017) Electrification of a city bus network - An optimization model for cost-effective placing of charging infrastructure and battery sizing of fast charging electric bus systems, International Journal of Sustainable Transportation, Forthcoming:
http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/15568318.2017.1310962.

Baumgärtner, S., M.A. Drupp, J.N. Meya, J.M. Munz and M.F. Quaas (2017): Income inequality and willingness to pay for environmental public goods, Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 85: 35–61. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jeem.2017.04.005

Meya, J.N., Drupp, M.A., and Hanley, N. (2017): Income Inequality and the International Transfer of Environmental Values. Kiel Economics Working Paper No 2017-03. Available at: http://www.vwl.uni-kiel.de/EconomicsWorkingPapers/abstract.php?stat_id=206.

Schmid, E., A. Pechan, M. Mehnert, K. Eisenack (2017): Imagine all these futures: On heterogeneous preferences and mental models in the German energy transition, Energy Research & Social Science 27, 45-56, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.erss.2017.02.012.

Hagen, A., L. Kähler and K. Eisenack (2017): Transnational Environmental Agreements with Heterogeneous Actors, In S. Çağatay (ed.) Economics of International Environmental Agreements: a Critical Approach, Abingdon: Routledge, 79-96.   

Eisenack, K., Marscheider, N., Meyer, E. and L. Bethlehem (2017): KEEP COOL mobil – Das Planspiel zum Klimawandel für mobile Endgeräte, final report. Deutsche Bundesstiftung Umwelt, AZ: 31740-43/0.        

Oberlack, C., Winiger, A., Kupferschmied, P., Sietz, D. and K. Eisenack (2017): Research Workshop Archetype Analysis in Sustainability Research, Workshop Report, 2nd – 4th May 2017, University of Bern, Switzerland.         

2016

Vetter, A., E. Chrischillis, K. Eisenack, C. Kind, P. Mahrenholz and A. Pechan (2016): Anpassung an den Klimawandel als neues Politikfeld, In: G. Brasseur, D. Jacob und S. Schuck-Zöller (Eds.) Klimawandel in Deutschland: Entwicklung, Folgen, Risiken und Perspektiven, Springer, 325-334.                    

Eisenack, K. (2016) ) Institutional adaptation to cooling water scarcity for thermoelectric power generation under global warming, Ecological Economics 124, 153-163. [http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ecolecon.2016.01.016]

Eisenack, K. and L. Kähler (2016) Adaptation to climate change can support unilateral emission reductions, Oxford Economic Papers 68 (1), 258-278. [DOI:10.1093/oep/gpv057]        

Yu, L. and Farrell, K.N. (2016) The Chinese perspective on pastoral resource economics: a vision of the future in a context of socio-ecological vulnerability. Rev. Sci. Tech. Off. Int. Epiz. 35(2), IN PRESS.

Hagen, A., J.-C. Altamirano-Cabrera and H.-P. Weikard (2016) The Influence of Political Pressure Groups on the Stability of International Environmental Agreements, Oldenburg Discussion Papers in Economics V-391-16, Carl von Ossietzky University Oldenburg, Germany.

Oei, P.-Y., and R. Mendelevitch. (2016) European Scenarios of CO2 Infrastructure Investment until 2050, The Energy Journal 37 (SI3).

Meya, J.N., Neetzow, P., Neubauer, L., Pechan, A. (2016): Die Menge macht’s? Das EEG 2017 und die Folgen für die deutsche Energiewende. Energiewirtschaftliche Tagesfragen, 11/16, online.

Droste, N., Meya, J.N. (2016): Ecosystem services in infrastructure planning – a case study of the projected deepening of the Lower Weser river in Germany. In: Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, [DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/09640568.2016.1151405]

Rotter, M., E. Hoffmann, A. Pechan, R. Stecker (2016): Competing priorities: how actors and institutions influence adaptation of the German railway system. In: Climatic Change, 137 (3), 609-623

Schmid, E., B. Knopf, A. Pechan (2016): Putting an energy system transformation into practice: The case of the German Energiewende, in: Energy Research & Social Science, 11, S. 263-275. [http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.erss.2015.11.002]

Zikos, D. and Hagedorn, K (2016): Competition for Water Resources from the European Perspective. In J.R. Ziolkowska, J.M. Peterson, (editors): Competition for Water Resources: Experiences and Management Approaches in the US and Europe. Elsevier: Cambridge, MA.

Dresse, A., Nielsen, J. Ø., Zikos, D. (2016): Moving beyond natural resources as a source of conflict: Exploring the human-environment nexus of environmental peacebuilding. THESys Discussion Paper No. 2016-2. Berlin: Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, 22p.

Ibele B., Sandri, S. and Zikos D. (2016): Endogenous versus exogenous rules in water management: an experimental cross-country comparison. Mediterranean Politics.

[http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/13629395.2016.1241612]

2015

Spijker, E., Jepma, C., Hofman, E., Joosten, G., Hoenders, L., Eisenack, K., Neubauer, L., Hönsch, S., Brunekreeft, G., Palovic, M. (2015). A level playing field for the European biogas and biomethane markets - Case of the Netherlands and Germany: policy environment, key differences and harmonisation issues. Bericht, Projekt Grün Gas

Topping, C.J., Fjelsted Alrøe, H., Farrell, K.N. and Grimm, V. (2015) Per aspera ad astra: through complex population modelling to predictive theory. The American Naturalist 186(5):669-674. [doi: 10.1086/683181]

Scheidel, A. and Farrell, K.N. (2015) Small-scale cooperative banking and the production of capital: Reflecting on the role of institutional agreements in supporting rural livelihood in Kampot, Cambodia. Ecological Economics 119:230–240. [doi: 10.1016/j.ecolecon.2015.09.008]

Latorre, S, Farrell, K.N., Martinez-Alier, J. (2015) The commoditization of nature and socio-environmental resistance in Ecuador: an inventory of Accumulation by Dispossession cases, 1980-2013. Ecological Economics 116:58-69. [doi: 10.1016/j.ecolecon.2015.04.016]

Watanabe, S. and Farrell, K.N. (2015) Unintended Economic Consequences of Biotrade in Namibian Marula Plant Oil: a Study of Changing Patterns of Economic Behaviour. Jahrbuch der Österreichischen Gesellschaft für Agrarökonomie, Band 24: 265-274. [http://oega.boku.ac.at]

Holz, F., C. Haftendorn, R. Mendelevitch, and C. v. Hirschhausen (2015) The COALMOD-World Model: Coal Markets until 2030, In The Global Coal Market - Supplying the Major Fuel for Emerging Economies, edited by Richard K. Morse and Mark C. Thurber. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.

Neetzow, P. (2015). Electricity storage operation under different cost and market structures. In K. Eisenack (Ed.), Contributions to the institutional economics of the energy transition. Oldenburg Discussion Papers in Economics V-385-15.

Roggero, M. (2015). Adapting institutions: exploring climate adaptation through institutional economics and set relations. Ecological Economics 118, p. 114–122. DOI 10.1016/j.ecolecon.2015.07.022

Hamidov, A., Thiel, A. and Zikos D. (2015): Institutional design in transformation: A comparative study of local irrigation governance in Uzbekistan. Environmental Science & Policy, 53B: 175-191

Thiel, A., Mukhtarov, F. and Zikos D. (2015): Crafting or designing? Science and politics for purposeful institutional change in Social–Ecological Systems. Environmental Science & Policy, 53B: 81-86.

Zikos, D., Sorman, A., Lau, M. (2015): Beyond water security: asecuritisation and identity in Cyprus. International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics, 15(3):309-326.

Baerlein, T., Kasymov, U., Zikos, D. (2015): Self-Governance and Sustainable Common Pool Resource Management in Kyrgyzstan. Sustainability, 7 (1): 496-521.

Fayyad, M., Sandri, S., Weiter M., Zikos D. (eds) (2015): Social Water Studies in the Arab Region. State of the Art and Perspectives. Berlin: Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin Seminar für Ländliche Entwicklung. 217 pages.

Eisenack, K., S. Moser, E. Hoffmann, R. Klein, C. Oberlack, A. Pechan, M. Rotter, and C. Termeer (2015) Reply to: Opening up the black box of adaptation decision making, Nature Climate Change 5, 494-495.

Ruppert-Winkel, C., R. Arlinghaus, S. Deppisch, K. Eisenack, D. Gottschlich, B. Hirschl, B. Matzdorf, T. Moelders, M. Padmanabhan, T. Plieninger, K. Selbmann and R. Ziegler (2015) Characteristics, emerging needs and challenges of transdisciplinary sustainability science: Experiences from the German Social-Ecological Research Program, Ecology & Society 20 (3), 13.

vor 2015

Eisenack, K., S. Moser, E. Hoffmann, R. Klein, C. Oberlack, A. Pechan, M. Rotter, and C. Termeer (2014) Explaining and overcoming barriers to climate change adaptation, Nature Climate Change 4, 867–872.

Pechan, A. and K. Eisenack (2014) The impact of heat waves on electricity spot markets, Energy Economics 43, 63-71.

Eisenack, K. (2014) The inefficiency of private adaptation to pollution in the presence of endogenous market structure, Environmental and Resource Economics 57 (1), 81-99.

Oberlack, C. und K. Eisenack (2014) Alleviating barriers to urban climate change adaptation through international cooperation, Global Environmental Change 24, 349-362.

Siebenhüner, B., Arnold, M., Eisenack, K. and K. Jacob, K. (2013): Long-term policies: setting the scene. In B. Siebenhüner, M. Arnold, K. Eisenack & K. Jacob (Eds.) Long-Term Governance of Social-Ecological Change, 1-25, Abingdon: Routledge.

Reckien, D. and K. Eisenack (2013) Climate change gaming on board and screen: a review, Simulation & Gaming 44 (2-3), 249-267.

Eisenack, K. (2013) Interdisciplinary communication and education with a board game on climate change, Simulation & Gaming 44 (2-3), 324-344.

Stecker, R., Mohns, T. and K. Eisenack (2012): Anpassung an den Klimawandel – Agenda Setting und Politikintegration in Deutschland. Zeitschrift für Umweltpolitik und Umweltrecht (ZfU), 2, 179-208.

Eisenack, K. (2012): Archetypes of adaptation to climate change. In M. Glaser, G. Krause, B. Ratter and M. Welp (Eds.), Human/Nature Interactions in the Anthropocene: Potentials of Social-Ecological Systems Analysis, 107-122. New York, NJ: Routledge.

Eisenack, K., O. Edenhofer and M. Kalkuhl (2012) Resource rents: the effects of energy taxes and quantity instruments for climate protection, Energy Policy 48, 159-166.

Eisenack, K. (2012) Adaptation financing in a global agreement: is the adaptation levy appropriate?, Climate Policy 12, 491-504.

Eisenack, K. and R. Stecker (2012) A framework for analyzing climate change adaptations as actions, Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change 17 (3), 243-260.

Eisenack, K., R. Stecker, D. Reckien and E. Hoffmann (2012) Adaptation to climate change in the transport sector: a review of actions and actors, Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change 17 (5), 451-469.

Schlüter, M., R. R. J. McAllister, R. Arlinghaus, N. Bunnefeld, K. Eisenack, F. Hölker, E.J. Milner-Gulland, B. Müller, E. Nicholson, M. Quaas, M. Stöven (2012) New horizons for managing the environment: a review of coupled social-ecological systems modeling, Natural Resource Modeling 25 (1), 219-272.

Reckien, D., K. Eisenack and M. Lüdeke (2011) Land consumption by urban sprawl - a new approach to deduce urban development scenarios from actors’ preferences, Environmental Modeling and Assessment 16:465–477.

Reckien, D. and K. Eisenack (2010) Urban sprawl: using a game to sensitize stakeholders to the interdependencies among actors' preferences, Simulation & Gaming 41 (2), 260-277.

Leimbach, M. and K. Eisenack (2009) A trade algorithm for multi-region models subject to spillover externalities, Computational Economics 33 (2), 107-130.

von Bloh, W., C. Bounama, K. Eisenack, B. Knopf and O. Walkenhorst (2008) Estimating the biogenic enhancement factor of weathering using an inverse viability method, Ecological Modelling 216, 245-251.

Eisenack, K., V. Tekken and J. Kropp (2007) Stakeholder perceptions of climate change in the Baltic Sea region, Coastline Reports 8, 245-255.

Eisenack, K. (2007): A common framework for qualitative and quantitative modelling. Working Papers of the 21st Annual Workshop on Qualitative Reasoning, Aberystwyth.

Eisenack, K., J. Kropp and H. Welsch (2006) A qualitative dynamical modelling approach to capital accumulation in unregulated fisheries, Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control 30, 2613-2636.

Eisenack, K., J. Scheffran and J. Kropp (2006) Viability analysis of management frameworks for fisheries, Environmental Modelling and Assessment 11, 69-79.

Eisenack, K. (2003) Qualitative viability analysis of a bio-socio-economic system, in P. Salles and B. Bredeweg (Ed.): Working Papers of 17th Workshop on Qualitative Reasoning, Brasilia, 63-70.

Welsch, H. and K. Eisenack (2002) Energy costs, endogenous innovation and long-run growth, Jahrbücher für Nationalökonomie und Statistik 222 (4), 490-499.

Eisenack, K. and G. Petschel-Held (2002) Graph theoretical analysis of qualitative models in sustainability science, in N. Agell and J. A. Ortega (Ed.): Working Papers of 16th Workshop on Qualitative Reasoning, Sitges, Spanien, Edicion Digial@tres, Sevilla, 53-60.

Eisenack, K. and J. Kropp (2001) Qualitative modeling and simulation of a coupled bioeconomic system, in G. Biswas (Ed.): Working Papers of 15th Workshop on Qualitative Reasoning, San Antonio, Texas, 182-187.

Eisenack, K. and J. Kropp (2001) Assessment of management options in marine fisheries by qualitative modelling techniques, Marine Pollution Bulletin 43 (7-12), 215-224.