Work in Progress

Mogge, L., Kraehnert, K. (2020). The effect of risk perception on the demand for index insurance in Mongolia (under review).

Fluhrer, S., Kraehnert, K. (2021). Sitting in the same boat: Subjective well-being and social comparison after an extreme weather event (under review).

Lehmann-Uschner, K. and Kraehnert, K. (2018). When shocks become persistent: Household-level asset growth in the aftermath of an extreme weather event. DIW Discussion Paper 1759.

Mattauch, L., Klenert, D., Stiglitz, J.E., Edenhofer, O. (2018) Overcoming wealth inequality by capital taxes that finance public investment. NBER Working Paper 25126

Mattauch, L., Hepburn, C., Stern, N. (2018). Pigou pushes preferences: decarbonisation options when preferences are endogenous. CESifo Working Paper 7404.

Sommer, S., Mattauch, L., Pahle, M. (2020). Supporting carbon taxes and the role of fairness. (INET Working paper 2020-23)

Sulikova, S., van den Bijgaart, I., Klenert, D., Mattauch, L. (2020). Optimal fuel taxation with suboptimal health choices. (INET Working Paper 2020-22)

Zhao, J., Mattauch, L. (2020). When standards have better distributional consequences than carbon taxes. (INET Working Paper 2020-25)

Funke, F., Mattauch, L., van den Bijgaart, I., Godfray, C., Hepburn, C. , Klenert, D., Springmann, M. & Treich, N. (2021). Is Meat Too Cheap? Towards Optimal Meat Taxation. (INET Working Paper 2021-08)


Habtemariam L.T., Gornott C., Hoffmann H. and Sieber S. Farm production diversity and household dietary diversity: panel data evidence from rural households in Tanzania. Frontiers in Sustainable Food Systems, forthcoming

Habtemariam, LT., Will, M. and Müller, B. (2021). Agricultural insurance through the lens of rural household dietary diversity. Global Food Security, 28, 100485

At the time of establishment of this FutureLab in August 2020, we built on the following works from our previous research:

Teickner, H., Knoth, C., Bartoschek, T., Kraehnert, K. et al. (2020). Patterns in Mongolian nomadic household movement derived from GPS trajectories. Applied Geography, 122, 102270

Klenert, D., Funke, F., Mattauch, L., O’Callaghan, B. (2020). Five lessons from COVID-19 for advancing climate change mitigation. Environmental and Resource Economics, 76, 751–778

Mattauch, L., Matthews, H.D., Millar, R., Rezai, A., Solomon, S., Venmans, F. (2020). Steering the climate system: comment. American Economic Review 110(4): 1238–1241.

Klenert, D., Mattauch, L., Combet, E., Edenhofer, O., Hepburn, C., Rafaty, R. and Stern, N. (2018) Making carbon pricing work for citizens. Nature Climate Change 8: 669-677.

Klenert, D., G. Schwerhoff, O. Edenhofer, L. Mattauch (2018). Carbon Taxation, Inequality and Engel's Law -- The Double Dividend of Redistribution. Environmental and Resource Economics 71(3):605-624

Siegmeier, J., Mattauch, L., O. Edenhofer (2018). Capital beats coal: how collecting the climate rent increases aggregate investment. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 88:366-378.

Bertram-Huemmer, V. and Kraehnert, K. (2018). Does index insurance help households recover from disaster? Evidence from IBLI Mongolia. American Journal of Agricultural Economics, 100(1), 145-171.

Groppo, V. and Kraehnert, K. (2017). The impact of extreme weather events on education. Journal of Population Economics, 30(2), 433-472.

Lehmann-Uschner, K. and Kraehnert, K. (2017). Food intake and the role of food self-provisioning. Journal of Development Studies, 53(8), 1303-1322.

Groppo, V. and Kraehnert, K. (2016): Extreme weather events and child health: Evidence from Mongolia. World Development, 86, 59-78