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... to the Chair of Environmental and Behavioral Economics, represented by Prof. Dr. Astrid Dannenberg. We research and teach in the fields of environmental and behavioral economics. Specifically, we apply methods of behavioral economics to investigate environmentally relevant aspects of human behavior, to better understand the cause of environmental problems, and to develop proposals for their solution.

Latest publications

Dannenberg, Astrid, Charlotte Klatt, Eva Weingärtner (2024) The effects of social norms and observability on food choice, Food Policy 125, 102621

Dannenberg, Astrid, Gunnar Gutsche, Marlene C. L. Batzke, Sven Christens, Daniel Engler, Fabian Mankat, Sophia Möller, Eva Weingärtner, Andreas Ernst, Marcel Lumkowsky, Georg von Wangenheim, Gerrit Hornung, Andreas Ziegler (2024) The Effects of Norms on Environmental Behavior, Review of Environmental Economics and Policy 18(1)

Lumkowsky, Marcel, Emily K. Carlton, David G. Victor, Astrid Dannenberg (2023) Determining the willingness to link climate and trade policy, Climatic Change 176(10), 133

Dannenberg, Astrid, Marcel Lumkowsky, Emily K. Carlton, David G. Victor (2023) Naming and Shaming as a Strategy for Enforcing the Paris Agreement: The Role of Political Institutions and Public Concern, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 120(40), e2305075120

Ferraro , Paul J., Todd L. Cherry, Jason F. Shogren et al. (2023), Create a culture of experiments in environmental programs, Science 381 (6659), 735-737

Koessler, Ann-Kathrin, Julia Müller, Sonja Zitzelsberger (2023), Asymmetric Heterogeneities and the Role of Transfers in a Public Goods Experiment, European Economic Review, 104561

Dannenberg, Astrid, Eva Weingärtner (2023), The Effects of Observability and an Information Nudge on Food Choice, Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 120, 102829