Welcome to the Chair of Microeconomics with a Focus on Energy and Resource Economics

The energy transition is going to change the framework of the German energy system fundamentally. The primary goal thereby is to mitigate climate change, which demands a reduction in the usage of fossil fuels. The Chair for Energy & Resource EconomicS (CERES) deals with the economic analysis of regulation in energy, climate and resource politics. Main analytic instruments are the use of numerical simulation models (esp. CGE models),  as well as experimental and econometric methods, to quantitatively estimate and evaluate the welfare effects of political interventions. Next to research and teaching, the chair is engaged in science-based policy-consultancy.

Oliver Kaltenegger

Sébastien Houde visits CERES

Sébastien Houde will visit the Chair of Energy and Resource Economics  from October 24th to 26th. Sebastién  is an Assistant Professor at the University of Maryland in the Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics and visiting senior scientist at ETH Zurich. He received his PhD from Stanford University. His interests comprise energy and environmental economics, and empirical industrial organization. His current research focuses on investigating different policy tools used to manage energy demand, address climate change, and better design energy systems.

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Roland Kube

Münster Energy Conference 2016 - Recent Advances in the Economic Analysis of Energy Demand

WWU-Professor Andreas Löschel invites to the international Energy Conference in Muenster.

International scientists meet at the "Muenster Energy Conference 2016" from 18.-19. April at the Westfälischen Wilhelms-University (WWU). They take a look at the Energy Transition from a consumer perspective and discuss recent advances in research on energy demand.

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