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  • Diskussionspapiere 2014 / 2022

    The Impact of Public Procurement on Financial Barriers to Green Innovation: Evidence from European Community Innovation Survey

    The purpose of this study is to identify whether an innovative company’s likelihood of facing financial constraints is different when the company possesses a public procurement contract (PP). Theory suggests that the treatment effects of public procurement, particularly when mediated by the demand-pull effect, may lower a company’s funding constraints for innovation. We test this theory and apply extended ...

    2022| Dorothea Schäfer, Andreas Stephan, Sören Fuhrmeister
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    Carbon Contracts-for-difference: How to De-risk Innovative Investments for a Low-carbon Industry?

    The shift to climate neutrality requires new process technologies for energy-intensive industries, such as steel, chemicals, or cement. A variety of technology options exist – but they face the challenges of (i) first-of-kind costs, (ii) higher operation and investment costs, and (iii) insufficient and uncertain carbon prices, which partly stem from political uncertainty. Existing innovation policy ...

    In: iScience 25 (2022), 8, 104700, 20 S. | Jörn C. Richstein, Karsten Neuhoff
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    Does Green Public Procurement Trigger Environmental Innovations?

    Green public procurement has gained high political priority and is argued to be an effective demand-side policy to trigger environmental innovations. However, the empirical evidence on its innovation impact is limited. We construct a novel firm-level dataset to investigate the effect of winning public procurement tenders with additional environmental award criteria on firms’ introduction of environmental ...

    In: Research Policy 51 (2022), 6, 104516, 27 S. | Bastian Krieger, Vera Zipperer
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    Carbon Leakage, Consumption, and Trade

    We review the state of knowledge concerning international CO2 emission transfers associated particularly with trade in energy-intensive goods and concerns about carbon leakage arising from climate policies. The historical increase in aggregate emission transfers from developing to developed countries peaked around 2006 and declined since. Studies find no evidence that climate policies lead to carbon ...

    In: Annual Review of Environment and Resources 47 (2022), S. 753-795 | Michael Grubb, Nino David Jordan, Edgar Hertwich, Karsten Neuhoff, Kasturi Das, Kaushik Ranjan Bandyopadhyay, Harro van Asselt, Misato Sato, Ranran Wang, William A. Pizer, Hyungna Oh
  • Sonstige Publikationen des DIW / Monographien

    Exploring Emerging Norms of Climate Neutrality: Implications for International Climate Cooperation and Finance

    2022| Heiner von Lüpke, Charlotte Aebischer, Gustavo Velloso Breviglieri, Shubhi Goel, Zahara Sitta Iskandar, Andrew Marquard, Karsten Neuhoff, Pradono, Frauke Röser, Djoko Santoso Abi Suroso, Budhi Setiawan, Camila Yamahaki
  • Sonstige Publikationen des DIW / Monographien

    Steel Decarbonization in Emerging Economies: What Case for International Climate Finance and Support?

    2022| Heiner von Lüpke, Catherine Marchewitz, Charlotte Aebischer, Mats Kröger
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    Global Gas Market Implications of Methane Emission Reduction Policies

    Methane is the second-largest contributor to global warming due to anthropogenic greenhouse gas emissions. Reducing anthropogenic methane emissions quickly can significantly reduce global warming within just a few decades. The oil and gas sector is responsible for almost 20% of anthropogenic methane emissions. Yet, there are hardly any policies in place that address oil and gas sector methane emissions. ...

    In: 18th International Conference on the European Energy Market (EEM)
    Stockholm : EEM
    7 S.
    | Ruud Egging-Bratseth, Franziska Holz, Kristina Mohlin, Huong Nguyen, Daniel Zavala-Araiza, Carolyn Fischer
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    Mexico's Energy Prospects: Gains from Renewable Sources Over A Fossil Fuel-Dominated Environment

    Changing political conditions in Mexico threatens the future of clean energy inthe country. A competitive electricity market and ambitious environmental goalswere among the priorities of the previous administration, but the current administrationaims to increase revenues from the national power company and acquirecontrol of the electricity market at the expense of consumer welfare and the environment.In ...

    In: Economics of Energy and Environmental Policy 11 (2022), 2, S. 49-70 | Pedro I. Hancevic, Héctor M. Núñez, Juan Rosellón
  • Sonstige Publikationen des DIW / Monographien

    Bridges over Troubled Waters: Climate Clubs, Alliances, and Partnerships as Safeguards for Effective International Cooperation?

    2022| Heiner von Lüpke, Karsten Neuhoff, Catherine Marchewitz
  • DIW Weekly Report 38 / 2022

    Carbon Contracts for Difference as an Instrument for Strengthening Climate Cooperation between Industrialized and Emerging Economies

    Industrialized countries and emerging economies must cooperate in order to decarbonize the emissions-intensive industrial sector and to limit global warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius. While Germany and the other G7 countries have committed to supporting emerging economies in their efforts to combat climate change via international climate finance, it remains to be seen how this support can be implemented ...

    2022| Heiner von Lüpke, Catherine Marchewitz, Karsten Neuhoff, Charlotte Aebischer, Mats Kröger
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