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Lavinia Felicitas Baumstark, Sustainable Solutions

Lavinia Baumstark studied mathematics at the University of Potsdam and holds a PhD in economics from the University TU Berlin. Her PhD thesis dealt with endogenous growth, research and development investments and technological spillovers.

Currently she is focusing on model development and efficiency improvements of large-scale models of the research domain (e.g. ReMIND).


Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK) Telegrafenberg A56, Room 1.51,
14473 Potsdam

PO Box 601203
14412 Potsdam

phone: +49-331-288-2535



  • Baumstark, L., M. Leimbach (2011): Endogenous Sector-specific R&D Investments into Energy Efficiency as Mitigation Option. resubmitted to Climatic Change
  • Bauer, N., L. Baumstark, M. Leimbach (2011): The REMIND-R Model: The Role of Renewables in the Low-Carbon Transformation. Revised to Climatic Change, Special Issue
  • Baumstark, L., M. Leimbach (2010): The Dimensions of Technological Change and Their Impacts on Climate Change Mitigation. submitted to Energy Policy
  • Flachsland, C. Marschinski, R., Edenhofer, O., Leimbach, M., Baumstark, L. (2010): Developing the international carbon market post-2012: Options and the cost of delay. In: Biermann, F., P. Pattberg, F. Zelli (eds.): Global Climate Governance Post 2012: Architecture, Agency and Adaptiveness. Cambridge University Press.
  • Leimbach, M., N. Bauer, L. Baumstark, O. Edenhofer (2010): Mitigation costs in a globalized world: climate policy analysis with REMIND-R. Environmental Modeling and Assessment 15, 155-173
  • Leimbach, M., L. Baumstark (2010): The impact of capital trade and technological spillovers on climate policies. Ecological Economics 69, 2341-2355
  • Edenhofer, O., Knopf, B., Barker, T., Baumstark, L., Bellevrat, E., Chateau, B., Criqui, P., Isaac, M., Kitous, A., Kypreos, S., Leimbach, M., Lessmann, K., Magné, B., Scrieciu, S., Turton, H., van Vuuren, D.P. (2010): The economics of low stabilisation: exploring its implications for mitigation costs and strategies. The Energy Journal, Volume 31 (Special Issue 1). The Economics of Low Stabilization, 2010.
  • Brigitte Knopf, Ottmar Edenhofer, H. Turton, Terry Barker, S. Sciecin, Marian Leimbach, Lavinia Baumstark, A. Kitous: Report on First Assessment of low stabilization scenarios. Report for EU Projekt ADAM, July 2008


  • "Endogenous Sector-specific R&D Investments into Energy Efficiency as Mitigation Option", International Energy Workshop, Stanford, 7 July 2011
  • "The impact of capital trade and technological spillovers on climate policies", Conference on the International Dimensions of Climate Policies, NCCR CLIMATE, Bern, 21-23 January 2009
  • "Mitigation policies in the context of globalization", International Energy Workshop, Paris, 1 July 2008
  • "The impact of capital trade and technological spillovers on the climate policies - model analysis with REMIND-S", EcoMod2007, Sao Paulo, 11-13 July 2007



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