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TU Berlin

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Dr. N. Wittmann

Research Interests: Microeconomics, Environmental and Resource Economics, Health Economics, Spatial Economics, Industrial Organization, Competition Analysis, Game Theory, Behavioral Economics, Dynamic Optimization, Economic Sociology, Economic market structure analysis

Analysis of environmental and economic policy/ regulatory instruments (effectiveness, inter-dependencies, applicability), e.g. Certificate Schemes (GHG emissions, e.g. EU-ETS, Water use/quality)

Current WIP: Biomass/ Energy, Gasoline Market/ Fossil Fuels, Climate Change/Modelling Incentives and Cost Allocation, Water Markets, Space Debris, Economics of International Organizations, Resource Economics



Publications in Refereed Journals:

A microeconomic perspective on water resources management: Analyzing the effects on optimal land rents along a river basin, Water Resources Management, forthcoming, DOI: 10.1007/s11269-014-0542-1

A note on distortional distributional effects in river basin discharge permit trade, Water Resources Management, Water Resources Management: Volume 28, Issue 1 (2014), Page 279-285. DOI: 10.1007/s11269-013-0473-2

A microeconomic analysis of decentralized small scale biomass based CHP plants. Energy Policy, Volume 63, December 2013, Pages 123-129 (co-author: O. Yildiz)

OPEC: How to Transition from Black to Green Gold, Energy Policy, Volume 62, November 2013, Pages 959–965

A critical microeconomic analysis of modelling the interaction of WCTS and EU ETS. Energy Policy, Volume 60, September 2013, 840-843

A microeconomic analysis of the socio-economic situation along the Kat River Water Basin: Comment. Agrekon: Agricultural Economics Research, Policy and Practice in Southern Africa. Volume 52 (2), June 2013, 128-135

Green, Brown, and Now White Certificates - Are Three One Too Many? A Micro Model of Market Interaction. Environmental and Resource Economics. December 2012, Volume 53 (4), 507-532 (co-author: G. Meran)



Climate Change, Water Scarcity and the Depletion of Non-renewable Resources - A theoretical microeconomic analysis of contemporary topics in environmental Economics. (2011), PhD Thesis

Rabattsysteme – Leistungswettbewerb oder Marktmachtmissbrauch? (Rebate systems – enhancement of competition or abuse of market power?). (2007), Diploma Thesis 

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