Daniel Engler

University of Kassel
Institute of Economics
Unit Empirical Economic Research
Nora-Platiel-Str. 4, 34109 Kassel
Room 2206
Phone: +49 561 804-7573
E-Mail: daniel.engler[at]uni-kassel[dot]de
Office hours: By appointment


Research interests

Empirical economic research, applied econometrics, behavioral economics, behavioral finance


Publications

Research articles in peer-reviewed journals

Dannenberg, Astrid, Gunnar Gutsche, Marlene Batzke, Sven Christens, Daniel Engler, Fabian Mankat, Sophia Möller, Eva Weingärtner, Andreas Ernst, Marcel Lumkowsky, Georg von Wangenheim, Gerrit Hornung and Andreas Ziegler (2024), The effects of norms on environmental behavior, Review of Environmental Economics and Policy, forthcoming

Engler, Daniel, Gunnar Gutsche, Amantia Simixhiu, and Andreas Ziegler (2023), On the relationship between corporate CO2 offsetting and pro-environmental activities in small- and medium-sized firms in Germany, Energy Economics 118, 106487

Engler, Daniel, Elke D. Groh, Gunnar Gutsche and Andreas Ziegler (2021), Acceptance of climate-oriented policy measures under the COVID-19 crisis: An empirical analysis for Germany, Climate Policy 21 (10), 1281-1297

Further publications

Lessmann, Kai, Franziska Schütze et al. (2022), The financial sector as climate protector? The Potential of Sustainable Finance, Background Paper for the 11th Forum on Climate Economics.

Engler, Daniel, Gunnar Gutsche, Amantia Simixhiu and Andreas Ziegler (2021), Kompensationszahlungen kleiner und mittlerer deutscher Unternehmen für CO2-Emissionen, in: Allianz für Entwicklung und Klima, Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH (ed.).

Discussion papers submitted to peer-reviewed journals

Engler, Daniel, Gunnar Gutsche, Amantia Simixhiu, and Andreas Ziegler (2022), Social norms and individual climate protection activities: A framed field experiment for Germany, MAGKS Discussion Paper No. 30-2022.

Registered pre-analysis plans

Engler, Daniel, Gunnar Gutsche, and Paul Smeets (2021), Individual preferences for sustainable investments across Europe - A framed field experiment in five countries, available at OSF: https://osf.io/6kyja

Engler, Daniel, Gunnar Gutsche and Ewa Zawojska (2021), Trust in institutions and consequentiality perceptions in a stated preference survey, available at AEA RCT Registry: https://doi.org/10.1257/rct.7213-2.0

Engler, Daniel, Gunnar Gutsche, and Andreas Ziegler (2021), Is there a hypothetical gap in experiments on the willingness to pay for sustainable funds?, available at OSF: https://osf.io/q2vng

"Work in progress"

Engler, Daniel, Marvin Gleue, Gunnar Gutsche, Gerrit Hornung, Sophia Möller, and Andreas Ziegler (2024), Designing fair futures: A choice experiment on preferences for supply chain legislation (working title)

Engler, Daniel, Marvin Gleue, Gunnar Gutsche, Sophia Möller, and Andreas Ziegler (2024), The expressive function of legal norms: Experimental evidence from the Supply Chain Act in Germany (working title)

Engler, Daniel, Gunnar Gutsche, Sophia Möller, and Andreas Ziegler (2024), Optional or obligatory? An analysis of social information provision for climate protection donations (working title)

Engler, Daniel, Gunnar Gutsche, Sophia Möller, and Andreas Ziegler (2024), The power of information nudges for individual sustainable investment: empirical evidence from a framed field experiment (working title)

Engler, Daniel, Gunnar Gutsche, and Andreas Ziegler (2024), Does the willingness to pay for sustainable investments differ between stated and incentivized choice experiments? (working title)

Engler, Daniel and Andreas Ziegler (2024), Mixed logit estimation of willingness to pay: A Monte Carlo experiment (working title)

Engler, Daniel, Elke D. Kanberger and Andreas Ziegler (2024), Priming and identity strength (working title)

Engler, Daniel and Elke D. Kanberger (2024), Priming religious identity and pro-environmental choices (working title)

Engler, Daniel, Elke D. Kanberger, Gunnar Gutsche and Andreas Ziegler (2024), Stability of economic preferences in times of crisis (working title)


Conference talks

World Congress Environmental and Resource Economists (2018), Spring Meeting Young Economists (2018), Atlantic Workshop Energy and Environmental Economics (2018), Nachwuchsworkshop Ausschuss für Umwelt- und Ressourcenökonomie des Vereins für Socialpolitik (2017, 2018, 2020), Annual Conference European Association of Environmental and Resource Economists (2019, 2022, 2023), Annual Congress European Economic Association (2019), International Choice Modelling Conference (2019, 2022), Zentrum für Statistik (2019), Jahrestagung Verein für Socialpolitik (2021, 2022, 2023), International Conference International Association for Energy Economics (2022), Kyoto-Kassel Workshop Environmental Economics (2022)


Referee activities

Peer-reviewed journals

Business Strategy and the Environment, Climate Policy, Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment

Other

Spring Meeting of Young Economists (2019, 2020, 2021)


Teaching

Integrated computer exercise for the seminar "Econometric analysis of stated choice data: Applications in environmental and sustainability economics" (MA and MAGKS doctoral course): SS 2023, SS 2022, SS 2021, SS 2019, SS 2018, University of Kassel

Integrated computer exercise for the lecture "Microeconometrics" (MA): WS 2019/2020, University of Kassel

Exercises for the lecture "Statistik I" (BA): SS 2022, University of Kassel

Exercises for the lecture "Statistik II" (BA): SS 2018, WS 2017/2018, SS 2017, University of Kassel

Integrated computer exercise for the lecture "Grundlagen der Ökonometrie" (BA): WS 2020/2021, WS 2017/2018, WS 2016/2017, University of Kassel


Resume

Since 05/2017
Research associate at the Unit Empirical Economic Research at the Institute of Economics of the University of Kassel

04/2017
M.Sc. Business Studies (Information, Innovation and Management), University of Kassel
Main focus: Econometrics, supply chain management
Topic of master thesis: "Mixed logit estimation of the willingness to pay for green electricity: The influence of religious indentity priming on climate protection activities"

04/2016 - 04/2017
Student associate at the Unit Empirical Economic Research at the Institute of Economics of University of Kassel

10/2013 - 03/2016
Volkswagen AG, Supply Chain - Depot Steering, Database Development

10/2015
B.A. Business Administration and Economics, University of Kassel
Main focus: Information Systems, Corporate Accounting, Taxes and Management Accounting
Topic of bachelor thesis: "Steueroptimierung in international tätigen Konzernen mittels Controllingsystemen, insbesondere Transferpreisen"

04/2010 - 09/2013
SMA Solar Technology AG, Service Line, Customer Relationship Management/Service