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2022 / Dawid H, Keoula MY, Kopel M, Kort PM

Dynamic Investment Strategies and Leadership in Product Innovation

European Journal of Operational Research
EPOC Working Paper No. 02 / Work Package 01
2022 /

Susanne Ditlevsen, Predrag Pilipovic, Adeline Samson

Parameters Estimation In Nonlinear Multivariatre Stochastic Differential Equations Based On Splitting Schemes

2022 / Dawid H, Neugart M

Effects of Technological Change and Automation on Industry Structure and (Wage-)Inequality: Insights from a Dynamic Task-Based Model

Journal of Evolutionary Economics
EPOC Working Paper No. 01 / Work Package 01
2022 /

Dongshuai Zhao, Zhongli Wang, Florian Schweizer-Gamborino, Didier Sornette

Polytope Fraud Theory

2022 / Dawid H, Muehlheusser G

Smart Products: Liability, Investments in Product Safety, and the Timing of Market Introduction

Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, 134
2022 / Dawid H, Hepp J

Distributional Effects of Technological Regime Changes: Hysteresis, Concentration and Inequality Dynamics

Review of Evolutionary Political Economy, 3, 137–167
2022 / Ivan Savin, Felix Creutzig, Tatiana Filatova, Joël Foramitti, Théo Konc, Leila Niamir, Karolina Safarzynska, Jeroen van den Bergh

Agent-based modeling to integrate elements from different disciplines for ambitious climate policy

WIRE's Climate Change

Ambitious climate mitigation policies face social and political resistance. One reason is that existing policies insufficiently capture the diversity of relevant insights from the social sciences about potential policy outcomes. We argue that agent-based models can serve as a powerful tool for integration of elements from different disciplines. Having such a common platform will enable a more complete assessment of climate policies, in terms of criteria like effectiveness, equity and public support.

2021 / Pavanello, F., E. De Cian, M. Davide, M. Mistry, T. Cruz, P. Bezerra, D. Jagu, S. Renner, R. Schaeffer, A.F.P. Lucena

Air-conditioning and the adaptation cooling deficit in emerging economies

Nature Communications, 12, Art. no: 6460
2022 / Colelli, F.P., J. Emmerling, G. Marangoni, M.N. Mistry, E. De Cian

Increased energy use for adaptation significantly impacts mitigation pathways

Nature Communications, 13, Art. no: 4964
2021 / Maestre, S., S. Drews, I. Savin, J. van den Bergh

Carbon tax acceptability with information provision and mixed revenue uses

Nature Communications, 12, Art. no 7017
Public acceptability of carbon taxation depends on its revenue use. Which single or mixed revenue use is most appropriate, and which perceptions of policy effectiveness and fairness explain this, remains unclear. It is, moreover, uncertain how people’s prior knowledge about carbon taxation affects policy acceptability. Here we conduct a survey experiment to test how distinct revenue uses, prior knowledge, and information provision about the functioning of carbon taxation affect policy perceptions and acceptability. We show that spending revenues on climate projects maximises acceptability as well as perceived fairness and effectiveness. A mix of different revenue uses is also popular, notably compensating low-income households and funding climate projects. In addition, we find that providing information about carbon taxation increases acceptability for unspecified revenue use and for people with more prior tax knowledge. Furthermore, policy acceptability is more strongly related to perceived fairness than to perceived effectiveness.
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