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Sigrid Stagl im Standard Interview zu Nachhaltigkeit und Arbeitszeit

Laut einer neuen Studie wäre es am nachhaltigsten, wenn wir alle nur neun Stunden pro Woche arbeiten würden. Doch was hieße das für unsere Gesellschaft?

Irene Monasterolo talks at the European Commission's summer school on Sustainable Finance

Irene Monasterolo, Assistant Professor of Climate Economics and Finance at the Institute for Ecological Economics, gave a plenary talk at the European Commission's summer school on Sustainable…

Paper "Capital stranding cascades" has received the Prize for the best regular paper at ESEE2019

The paper "Capital stranding cascades: The impact of decarbonisation on productive asset utilisation" has received the Prize for the best regular paper at ESEE2019. Authors of the paper are: Louison…

Video of Energy Seminar at Stanford University with Irene Monasterolo online

Irene Monasterolo, Assistant Professor of Climate Economics and Finance at the Institute for Ecological Economics, has been invited to a Seminar at Stanford University to the subject: A Climate Risk…

Irene Monasterolo Lead Guest Editor in Special Issue of Ecological Economics

Special issue of Ecological Economics “Understanding uncertainty of climate policies and implications for economics and finance: an evolutionary economics approach”

Sustainability Challenge - JETZT BEWERBEN BIS 7.7.2019

60 Studierende. 4 Universitäten. 1 Ziel. – Wahllehrveranstaltung zum Thema Nachhaltigkeit, den SDGs und urbanem Wandel mit ECTS-Vergabe – Bewerbung online bis zum 7.7.2019 – Masterstudierende und…

Video: Capital Stranding Cascades: The Impact of Decarbonisation on Productive Asset Utilisation

Webinar Video Presenter: Emanuele Campiglio Moderator: Francesco Lamperti

Armon Rezai in der Presse zur Ökonomie des Klimawandels

Aktuell untersucht Armon Rezai, Professor für Sozioökonomie der Arbeit, wie man effiziente Umweltmaßnahmen und soziale Ausgewogenheit unter einen Hut bringen kann. Armon Rezai sagt dazu: politisch ist…

Armon Rezai: Presentation on webinar RFF-CMCC “Asset Prices and Climate Policy”

On April 11, 2019, Armon Rezai, Institute for Ecological Economics, Vienne University of Economics and Business, held the webinar RFF-CMCC “Asset Prices and Climate Policy” (moderator: Johannes…

New study on the import dependency of Europe’s bioeconomy

In a recently published paper in ‘Environmental Research Letters’, Martin Bruckner, Victor Maus and Stefan Giljum from the Institute for Ecological Economics together with international colleagues…