Publications

2013 Dahrendorf Symposium Paper Summaries

Working Group 4: Economics and Climate Change


Complete list of publications by workings groups

1. Working Group 1

1.1.    Journal Publications & Working Papers

Creutzig, F., Goldschmidt, J.-C., Lehmann, P., Schmid, E., Blücher, F., Breyer, C., et al. (2014). Catching two European birds with one renewable stone: Mitigating climate change and Eurozone crisis by an energy transition. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 38(October 2014), 1015–1028.

 

Creutzig, F., Hedahl, M., Rydge, J., & Szulecki, K. (2014). Challenging the European Climate Debate: Can Universal Climate Justice and Economics be Reconciled with Particularistic Politics? Global Policy,

 

Goetzke, F. (2013). Social Interactions and Social Learning in Transportation Behavior (Dahrendorf Symposium Paper Series). Dahrendorf Symposium, from www.dahrendorf-symposium.eu/fileadmin/News/Papers/2013_Dahrendorf_Symposium_Paper_Summaries/Social_Interactions_and_Social_Learning_in_Transportation_Behaviour__GOETZKE.pdf.

 

Schmid, E., & Knopf, B. (2014). Quantifying the Long‐Term Economic Benefits of European Electricity System Integration (FEEM Working Paper No. 3.2014). Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei (FEEM).

 

Susca, T., & Creutzig, F. (2013). European Cities Can Contribute to Climate Change Mitigation by Changing Urban Albedo (Dahrendorf Symposium Paper Series). Dahrendorf Symposium, from www.dahrendorf-symposium.eu/fileadmin/News/Papers/2013_Dahrendorf_Symposium_Paper_Summaries/European_Cities_can_Contribute_to_Climate_Change_Mitigation_by_Changing_Urban_Albedo__CREUTZIG_SUSCA.pdf.

 

Susca, T., & Creutzig, F. (2014). Multi-scale Analysis of Albedo  Modification Potential in European Cities (Paper Submitted to Nature Climate Change). Dahrendorf Symposium.

 

Woodcock, J., & Creutzig, F. (2013). Can a mode shift to walking and cycling benefit health and the climate? (Dahrendorf Symposium Paper Series). Dahrendorf Symposium, from www.dahrendorf-symposium.eu/fileadmin/News/Papers/2013_Dahrendorf_Symposium_Paper_Summaries/Can_a_mode_shift_to_walking_and_cycling_benefit_health_and_the_climate.

 

1.2.    Publications in the Media and Blog posts
Creutzig, F. (2013). Cities: Pragmatic Action to Deal with Climate Change, from Dahrendorf Symposium: kulturaliberalna.pl/2013/11/11/cities-pragmatic-action-deal-climate-change/.

 

Creutzig, F. (2013). Energiewende - Die Große Chance in der Eurokrise, from Dahrendorf Symposium: www.cicero.de/weltbuehne/erneuerbare-energien-energiewende-europa-grosse-chance-eurokrise/56415.

 

Creutzig, F. (2013). EU governments should place greater emphasis on infrastructure projects in their efforts to tackle climate change, from Dahrendorf Symposium: blogs.lse.ac.uk/europpblog/2014/03/18/eu-governments-should-place-greater-emphasis-on-infrastructure-projects-in-their-efforts-to-tackle-climate-change/.

 

Fernandez, B. (2013). Land value taxation could help to finance low-carbon infrastructure projects in cities suffering from austerity budgets, from Dahrendorf Symposium: blogs.lse.ac.uk/europpblog/2013/10/10/land-value-taxation-could-help-to-finance-low-carbon-infrastructure-projects-in-cities-suffering-from-austerity-budgets/.

 

Susca, T. (2013). Designing roofs in European cities to reflect more solar energy would help prevent climate change, at little to no extra cost, from Dahrendorf Symposium: blogs.lse.ac.uk/europpblog/2013/08/09/designing-roofs-in-european-cities-to-reflect-more-solar-energy-would-help-prevent-climate-change-at-little-to-no-extra-cost/.

2. Working Group 2

2.1.    Journal Publications & Working Papers
Ancygier, A. (2013). Niemiecka Polityka Klimatyczna i jej Uwarunkowania: (Factors influencing German Climate Policy). Biuletyn Niemiecki,

 

Ancygier, A. (2013). Poland and the European Climate Policy: An Uneasy Relationship. e-Politikon,

 

Ancygier, A., & Szulecki, K. (2014). A Common Renewable Energy Policy in Europe?: Explaining the German-Polish Policy Non-Convergence. Article prepared for submission to Environmental Policy and Governance (ESPRi Working Paper No. 4).

 

Ancygier, A., & Szulecki, K. (2014). Does Local Energy Mean Renewable?: Report from a Survey on the Acceptance for the Development of Renewable Energy Sources Among Polish Local Authorities’ (ESPRi Report No. 1).

 

Ancygier, A., & Szulecki, K. (2013). German-Polish Cooperation in Renewables: Towards Policy Convergence? (Dahrendorf Symposium Paper Series). Dahrendorf Symposium.

 

Creutzig, F., Hedahl, M., Rydge, J., & Szulecki, K. (2014). Challenging the European Climate Debate: Can Universal Climate Justice and Economics be Reconciled with Particularistic Politics? Global Policy,

 

Puka, L., & Szulecki, K. (2013). Beyond the “grid-lock” in German-Polish electricity interconnectors (Dahrendorf Symposium Paper Series). Berlin, London: Dahrendorf Symposium.

 

Puka, L., & Szulecki, K. (2014). Beyond the "Grid-Lock" in Electricity Interconnectors: The Case of Germany and Poland (DIW Discussion Paper No. 1378). Berlin: DIW Berlin; Dahrendorf Symposium.

 

Serzysko, A., & Ancygier, A. (2014). Possible 'Contributions' of European Energy Intensive Industries to the Global Climate Agreement. Global Policy,

 

Szulecki, K., & Szwed, D. (2014). Społeczne aspekty OZE: W stronę energetycznej demokracji?: (Social aspects of RES: Towards an energy democracy?). In K. M. Księżopolski, K. Pronińska, & A. Sulowska (Eds.), Odnawialne źródła energii w Polsce wybrane problemy bezpieczeństwa, polityki i administracji (pp. 188–215). Warszawa: Elipsa.

 

Szulecki, K., & Westphal, K. (2014). The cardinal sins of European energy policy: Non-Governance in an uncertain global landscape. Global Policy,

 

2.2.    Publications in the Media and Blog posts

Ancygier, A. (2013, May 28). Dyskusja klimatyczna: Mity dezindustrializacji: (Climate discussion: The Myths of Deindustrialization). Kultura Liberalna,

 

Ancygier, A. (2014, June 04). Polska głównym problemem europejskiej polityki klimatycznej: (Poland as the main problem of the European climate policy). BiznesAlert, 4 June 2014,

 

Ancygier, A. (December 2013). Viel Kritik und Unverständnis. Wahrnehmung der Energiewende in Polen: (A lot of critic and misunderstandings. The perception of energy transition in Poland). KlimaKompakt, from https://germanwatch.org/de/download/8664.pdf.

 

Ancygier, A. (January 2014). Jakie cele do 2030?: What goals until 2030? BiznesAlert,

 

Ancygier, A. (May 2014). Energiewende - nowy straszak premiera: (Energy transition - a new bogey of Prime Minister Tusk). Czysta Energia,

 

Ancygier, A. & Szulecki, K. (2013). Without strong German leadership, the adoption of an ambitious renewable energy policy across Europe will be impossible, from Dahrendorf Symposium; LSE European Politics and Policy: blogs.lse.ac.uk/europpblog/2013/08/21/without-strong-german-leadership-the-adoption-of-an-ambitious-renewable-energy-policy-across-europe-will-be-impossible/.
Deutsche Welle (2013, November 12). Interview with Kacper Szulecki. Berlin.

 

Puka, L. & Szulecki, K. (2013). Plans to create a pan-European electricity grid as part of the common energy market face a number of challenges before they can be realized, from Dahrendorf Symposium; LSE European Politics and Policy: blogs.lse.ac.uk/europpblog/2013/09/04/plans-to-create-a-pan-european-electricity-grid-as-part-of-the-common-energy-market-face-a-number-of-challenges-before-they-can-be-realised/.

 

Szulecki, K. (2013, December 11). Czarne bzdury”, czyli wybujała wyobraźnia w obronie węgla: (Carbon Rubbish” or imagination in defense of coal). BiznesAlert,

 

Szulecki, K. (2013). Po co Polsce Szczyt Klimatyczny?: (Why does Poland need the Climate Summit?). Kultura Liberalna, 253.

 

Szulecki, K. (2013, November 21). W polityce rządu pewna jest tylko niepewność: (The only thing certain about the government’s policy is uncertainty). BiznesAlert,

 

Szulecki, K. (2013, November 26). Opadł kurz po COP 19 - Komentarz do ustaleń Szczytu Klimatycznego: (Dust settles after COP 19 – a comment on the results of the Climate Summit). Kultura Liberalna, 255.

 

Szulecki, K. (2013, May 28). Liberty, Climate, Electricity!: Editorial. Kultura Liberalna, 229.

3. Working Group 3

3.1.    Journal Publications & Working Papers
Fruh, K., & Hedahl, M. (2013). Coping with climate change: What justice demands of surfers, Mormons, and the rest of us. Ethics, Policy and Environment, 6(3), 273–296.

 

Grear, A. (2013). Towards Climate Justice?: Critical Challenges at the Nexus Between Human Rights, Climate Injustice and Capitalism: Some Lessons from Liberal Legal Subjectivity (Dahrendorf Symposium Paper Series). Berlin, London: Dahrendorf Symposium, from www.dahrendorf-symposium.eu/fileadmin/News/Papers/2013_Dahrendorf_Symposium_Paper_Summaries/Towards__Climate_Justice_.

 

Grear, A., & Gearty, C. (Eds.) (2014). Choosing a Future: The Social and Legal Aspects of Climate Change. Special Issue of the Journal of Human Rights and the Environment. United Kingdom: Edward Elgar.

 

Hedahl, M. (2013). The Collective Fallacy: The possibility of irreducibly collective action without corresponding collective moral responsibility’. Philosophy of the Social Sciences, 43(4), 283–300.

 

Hedahl, M. (2013). The significance of a duty’s direction: Claiming priority rather than prioritizing claims. Journal of Ethics and Social Philosophy, 7(3), 1–28.

 

Hedahl, M. (2014). Directional Climate Justice in an Era of Adaptation: Distinguishing directed obligations from moral claim rights. Journal of Human Rights and the Environment, 5(2).

 

Hedahl, M. (2013). Directional Climate Justice in an Era of Adaptation: Distinguishing directed obligations from claim rights (Dahrendorf Symposium Paper Series). Berlin, London: Dahrendorf Symposium, from www.dahrendorf-symposium.eu/fileadmin/News/Papers/2013_Dahrendorf_Symposium_Paper_Summaries/Directional_Climate_Justice_in_an_Era_of_Adaptation__Distinguishing_directed_obligations_from_claim_rights__HEDAHL.pdf.

 

Hedahl, M., Rydge, J., Creutzig, F., & Szulecki, K. Reconciling Climate Debates. Global Policy, Special Dahrendorf Issue.

 

Robinson, M. (2014). The Fierce Urgency of Climate Justice. Global Policy, Dahrendorf Special Issue.

 

Shue, H. (2013). Human Rights and the Next Great Energy Transition (Dahrendorf Symposium Paper Series). Dahrendorf Symposium, from www.dahrendorf-symposium.eu/fileadmin/News/Papers/2013_Dahrendorf_Symposium_Paper_Summaries/Human_Rights_and_the_Next_Great_Energy_Transition__SHUE.pdf.

 

3.2.    Publications in the Media and Blog posts
Grear, A. (2013). Climate justice involves more than a fair distribution of benefits and burdens: It requires radical, structural change, from Dahrendorf Symposium; LSE European Politics and Policy: blogs.lse.ac.uk/europpblog/2013/11/02/climate-justice-involves-more-than-a-fair-distribution-of-benefits-and-burdens-it-requires-radical-structural-change/.

 

Hedahl, M. (2013, November 16). Klimafluechtlinge haben Anspruch auf unsere Hilfe. Die Zeit Online, 16 November 2013, from www.zeit.de/wirtschaft/2013-11/klimawandel-erster-klimafluechtling.

 

Hedahl, M. (2013). Moving from the principle of ‘common but differentiated responsibility’ to ‘equitable access to sustainable development’ will aid international climate change negotiations, from Dahrendorf Symposium; LSE European Politics and Policy: blogs.lse.ac.uk/europpblog/2013/09/28/moving-from-the-principle-of-common-but-differentiated-responsibility-to-equitable-access-to-sustainable-development-will-aid-international-climate-change-negotiati/.

 

Hedahl, M. (2013). Those parts of the world which will be most affected by climate change must be allowed to participate fully in attempts to manage it, from Dahrendorf Symposium; LSE European Politics and Policy: blogs.lse.ac.uk/europpblog/2013/08/28/those-parts-of-the-world-which-will-be-most-affected-by-climate-change-must-be-allowed-to-participate-fully-in-attempts-to-manage-it/.

4. Working Group 4

4.1.    Journal Publications & Working Papers
Bassi, S., Duffy, C., & Rydge, J. (2013). Decarbonising electricity generation (Policy Paper No. April 2013). London: Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change&Environment.

 

Bassi, S., Rydge, J., Khor, C. S., Fankhauser, S., Hirst, N., & Ward, B. (2013). A UK 'dash' for smart gas (Policy Brief No. March 2013). London: Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change&Environment.

 

Falbo, P., Pelizzari, C., & Taschini, L. (2013). Overlapping Environmental Policies (Dahrendorf Symposium Paper Series). Dahrendorf Symposium, from www.dahrendorf-symposium.eu/fileadmin/News/Papers/2013_Dahrendorf_Symposium_Paper_Summaries/Overlapping_Environmental_Policies__FALBO_PELIZZARI_TASCHINI.pdf.

 

Grover, D., Rydge, J., & Zenghelis, D. (2014). EU climate policy to the year 2030 needs to solve more than one market failure (Policy Brief). London: Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change&Environment.

 

Hedahl, M., Rydge, J., Creutzig, F., & Szulecki, K. Reconciling Climate Debates. Global Policy, Special Dahrendorf Issue.

 

Kiesel, R., & Wen, Y. A Bivariate Priving Model of EUA and Option Pricing (Working Paper series). University of Duisburg-Essen.

 

Marschinki, R., Flachsland, C., Acworth, W., & Grosjean, G. (2014). After Monetary Policy, Climate Policy: Is Delegation Key to EU ETS reform? Mercator Research Institute on Global Commons and Climate Change, from https://www.pik-potsdam.de/members/grosjean/Grosjean_Acworth_Flachsland_Marschinski_2014_IsDelegationKeytoEUETSReform.pdf.

 

Marschinki, R., Flachsland, C., Acworth, W., & Grosjean, G. (2013). Would delegation to an independent carbon authority fix the EU ETS? (Dahrendorf Symposium Paper Series). Berlin, London: Dahrendorf Symposium, from www.dahrendorf-symposium.eu/fileadmin/News/Papers/2013_Dahrendorf_Symposium_Paper_Summaries/Would_delegation_to_an_independent_carbon_authority_fix_the_EU_ETS.

 

Rehdanz, K., Schröder, C., Merk, C., & Tavoni, A. (2013). The sustainability-security-trade-off in electricity markets (Dahrendorf Symposium Paper Series). Dahrendorf Symposium, from www.dahrendorf-symposium.eu/fileadmin/News/Papers/2013_Dahrendorf_Symposium_Paper_Summaries/The_sustainability-security_trade-off_in_electricity_markets__REHDANZ_ET_AL.pdf.

 

Rydge, J. (2013). Post-2020 EU climate change policy: power sector targets and policy (Dahrendorf Symposium Paper Series). Dahrendorf Symposium, from www.dahrendorf-symposium.eu/fileadmin/News/Papers/2013_Dahrendorf_Symposium_Paper_Summaries/Post-2020_EU_climate_change_policy__power_sector_targets_and_policy__RYDGE.pdf.

 

Rydge, J., Romani, M., & Stern, N. (2012). Recklessly slow or a rapid transition to a low-carbon economy? Time to decide (Policy Paper). London: Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change&Environment, from www.lse.ac.uk/GranthamInstitute/publication/recklessly-slow-or-a-rapid-transition-to-a-low-carbon-economy-time-to-decide/.

 

Taschini, L., & Duffy, C. (2014). System responsiveness and the European Union Emission Trading System (Policy Paper). London: Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change&Environment, from www.lse.ac.uk/GranthamInstitute/publication/system-responsiveness-and-the-european-union-emission-trading-system/.

 

Taschini, L., & Kollenberg, S. (2013). System responsiveness and the EUTS (Dahrendorf Symposium Paper Series). Dahrendorf Symposium, from www.dahrendorf-symposium.eu/fileadmin/News/Papers/2013_Dahrendorf_Symposium_Paper_Summaries/System_responsiveness_and_the_EU_ETS___KOLLENBERG_TASCHINI.pdf.

 

Wen, Y., & Kiesel, R. (2013). Modelling the market price of risk for emission allowance prices (Dahrendorf Symposium Paper Series). Dahrendorf Symposium, from www.dahrendorf-symposium.eu/fileadmin/News/Papers/2013_Dahrendorf_Symposium_Paper_Summaries/Modeling_the_Market_Price_of_Risk_for_Emission_Allowance_Prices__WEN_KIESEL.pdf.

 

4.2.    Publications in the Media and Blog posts
Jotzo, F. (2013). Australia’s rejection of carbon pricing would be a blow for EU efforts to link Europe’s Emissions Trading Scheme with other parts of the world, from Dahrendorf Symposium; LSE European Politics and Policy: blogs.lse.ac.uk/europpblog/2013/09/14/australias-rejection-of-carbon-pricing-would-be-a-blow-for-eu-efforts-to-link-europes-emissions-trading-scheme-with-other-parts-of-the-world/.

 

Marschinki, R. & Grosjean, G. (2013). Creating an independent carbon authority might offer a solution for reforming the EU’s Emissions Trading Scheme, from Dahrendorf Symposium; LSE European Politics and Policy: blogs.lse.ac.uk/europpblog/2013/10/23/creating-an-independent-carbon-authority-might-offer-a-solution-for-reforming-the-eus-emissions-trading-scheme/.

5. Working Group 5

5.1.    Journal Publications & Working Papers
Anheier, H. K., & Ruser, A. (2013). Europe’s (future) role on the global stage (Dahrendorf Symposium Paper Series). Dahrendorf Symposium, from www.dahrendorf-symposium.eu/fileadmin/News/Papers/2013_Dahrendorf_Symposium_Paper_Summaries/Europe_s__future__role_on_the_global_stage__ANHEIER_RUSER.pdf.

 

Anheier, H. K., & Ruser, A. (2014). Europe’s Future Role in the World: Assessing the Actor Capacity of a Post-Crisis Union. Global Policy,

 

Anheier, H. K., Westad, O. A., & Chenard, M. J. (2014). Executive Summary: Global Policy Special Dahrendorf Issue “Changing the Debate on Europe – Focus on Climate Change”. Global Policy,

 

Cadier, D. (2013). 'Eastern Partnership’ vs. ‘Eurasian Union’: towards an EU-Russia competition for the common neighbourhood? (Dahrendorf Symposium Paper Series). Dahrendorf Symposium, from www.dahrendorf-symposium.eu/fileadmin/News/Papers/2013_Dahrendorf_Symposium_Paper_Summaries/_Eastern_Partnership__vs___Eurasian_Union__towards_an_EU-Russia_competition_for_the_common_neighbourhood.

 

Chenard, M. J., & Westad, O. A. (2013). The Asia Strategy of the European Union (Dahrendorf Symposium Paper Series). Dahrendorf Symposium, from www.dahrendorf-symposium.eu/fileadmin/News/Papers/2013_Dahrendorf_Symposium_Paper_Summaries/The_Asia_Strategy_of_the_European_Union__CHENARD_WESTAD.pdf.

 

Chenard, M. J., & Westad, O. A. (2014). The European Union’s Engagement with Asia. Global Policy,

 

Novak, S. (2013). A single representative of the EU on the international stage: Vertreter or Verraeter? (Dahrendorf Symposium Paper Series). Dahrendorf Symposium, from www.dahrendorf-symposium.eu/fileadmin/News/Papers/2013_Dahrendorf_Symposium_Paper_Summaries/A_single_representative_of_the_EU_on_the_international_stage_Vertreter_or_Verraeter.

 

Novak, S. (2014). A Single Representative of the EU on the International Stage: Vertreter or Verräter? Global Policy,

 

Röttgen, N. (2014). Keynote Adress: Governing Climate Change - A Case for Europe. Global Policy,

 

5.2.    Publications in the Media and Blog posts
Anheier, H. K., & Ruser, A. (2014, November 22). Europas Presse zur Klimakonferenz: Aufforderung zum wirtschaftlichen Selbstmord. Spiegel, 22.11.2014, from www.spiegel.de/politik/ausland/klimakonferenz-in-warschau-europas-presse-zur-deutschen-klimapolitik-a-935106.html.

 

Chenard, M. J. (2014). What to do about EU voter turnout. Reuters UK (Web), from blogs.reuters.com/great-debate-uk/2014/05/29/youth-is-the-answer-to-the-eus-troubling-voter-turnout-rate/.

 

Ruser, A. (3 Ocotober 2013). Setbacks in climate change negotiations may signal dire straits for ‘normative power Europe, from Dahrendorf Symposium; LSE European Politics and Policy: blogs.lse.ac.uk/europpblog/2013/10/03/setbacks-in-climate-change-negotiations-may-signal-dire-straits-for-normative-power-europe/.

 

Ruser, A. (2014). The EU‘s new economic governance is blurring the boundaries between European competences and domestic sovereignty, from Dahrendorf Symposium; LSE European Politics and Policy: blogs.lse.ac.uk/europpblog/category/authors/alexander-ruser/.

 

Yu, C. (2013). The dispute between China and the EU over solar panels illustrates the misunderstandings that have plagued EU-China relations (Dahrendorf Blog). Dahrendorf Symposium; LSE European Politics and Policy, from blogs.lse.ac.uk/europpblog/2013/11/11/the-dispute-between-china-and-the-eu-over-solar-panels-illustrates-the-misunderstandings-that-have-plagued-eu-china-relations/.