The Chair of Applied Microeconomics and Empirical Energy Economics (MEE), represented by Prof. Dr. Heike Wetzel, deals with economic and behavioral economic issues that, in combination with the development of new technologies, lead to sustainable energy and resource use.

La­test pu­bli­ca­ti­ons

Nakai, M., von Loessl, V., Wetzel, H. (2024)

Preferences for dynamic electricity tariffs: A comparison of households in Germany and Japan

Ecological Economics 223, 108239

von Loessl, V., Bühren, C., Frank, B., Wetzel, H., Wiederhold, E. (2024)

Would you lie about your mother's birthday? A new online dishonesty experiment

Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics 109,102191.

Bishop, K., Färe, R., Grosskopf, S., Hayes, K, Weber, B., Wetzel, H. (2024)

Estimation and Application of Lerner-Type Indexes for the Public Sector: German Theaters

In Färe, R., Grosskopf, S., Margaritis, D. (Eds.), Market Power, Economic Efficiency, and the Lerner Index, World Scientific-Now Publishers Series in Business: Volume 19.

Von Loessl, V., Weingärtner, E., Zitzelsberger, S. (2023)

Do spatial climate messages increase pro-environmental engagement? Evidence from a survey experiment on public transport

Journal of Environmental Economics and Policy 12(2), 168-187.

Gunnar, G., Wetzel, H., Ziegler, A. (2023)

Determinants of individual sustainable investment behavior - A framed field experiment

Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 209, 491-508.

Feine, G., Groh, E. D., von Loessl, V., Wetzel, H. (2023)

The double dividend of social information in charitable giving: Evidence from a framed field experiment

Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics, 101991.

Fait, L., Wetzel, H., Krüger, J., Tarach, M. (2023)

Ineffizienz und Emissionseinsparungen: Quantitative Ergebnisse auf sektoraler Ebene

Perspektiven: Die Fachpublikation des House of Energy.