You are here: Home PIK Members leimbach's Home

Marian Leimbach


marian.jpg Marian Leimbach

Research Domain
Sustainable Solutions

Dr. Marian Leimbach
Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK)
P.O. Box 60 12 03
D-14412 Potsdam

Phone: +49-331-288-2556
Email: Marian.Leimbach

Curriculum vitae

Research interests

  • Integrated assessment of climate change (ICLIPS and REMIND model)
  • Macro-economic modelling
  • Mathematical programming (with GAMS ) of large-scale systems
  • Endogenous economic growth, dynamic trade and induced technical change



Marian Leimbach, Anselm Schultes, Lavinia Baumstark, Anastasis Giannousakis,Gunnar Luderer, (2015): Solution algorithms of large‐scale Integrated Assessment models on climate change, submitted to Annals of Operations Research.

Marian Leimbach, Lavinia Baumstark, Gunnar Luderer, (2015): The role of time preferences in explaining the long-term pattern of international trade. Global Economy Journal 15(1): 83-106. DOI: 10.1515/gej-2014-0035.

Marian Leimbach, Lavinia Baumstark (2010): The impact of capital trade and technological spillovers on climate policies. Ecological Economics 69, 2341-2355.

Marian Leimbach, Nico Bauer, Lavinia Baumstark, Michael Lüken, Ottmar Edenhofer (2010): Technological Change and International Trade: Insights from REMIND-R. The Energy Journal 31, Special Issue, 109-136.

Marian Leimbach, Nico Bauer, Lavinia Baumstark, Ottmar Edenhofer (2010): Mitigation costs in a globalized world: climate policy analysis with REMIND-R. Environmental Modeling and Assessment 15, 155-173.

Marian Leimbach and Klaus Eisenack (2009): A Trade algorithm for Multi-region Models Subject to Spillover Externalities. Computational Economics 33, pp. 107-130.

Marian Leimbach and Ottmar Edenhofer (2007): Technological spillovers within multi-region models: Intertemporal optimization beyond the Negishi approach. Economic Modelling 24, 272-294.

more publications



  • Energy and Energy Security in a Carbon Constrained World Global IQ Final Conference, Brussels, 17 June 2014
  • Future growth of world regions - a GDP scenario approach, International Energy Workshop, Beijing, 4-6 June 2014

more presentations

Document Actions