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Anselm Schultes

Postdoctoral researcher

I am a postdoctoral researcher at Research Domain 3 of the Potsdam Institute working on climate impacts, climate mitigation, and the integrated assessment of both of these. At the moment I focus on deriving and understanding impacts of climate change on long-term development of societies and economies.

In the last years, I wrote papers on international technology policy, solution algorithms for integrated assessment models, and public finance aspects of climate policy. I am also a member of the REMIND integrated assessment modelling group at PIK. I joined PIK in 2012 for my PhD in economics with Prof. Ottmar Edenhofer after graduating from University of Würzburg with a Diplom degree in physics.


Contact

email:  schultes (at) pik-potsdam.de

phone: +49 331 288 20781

physical address: Telegraphenberg A56, room 044, 14412 Potsdam

 

 

Publications (Google Scholar profile)

  • Schultes, A., Leimbach, M., Luderer, G., Pietzcker, R., Baumstark, L., Bauer, N., Kriegler, E., Edenhofer, O. (2015). Optimal International Technology Cooperation for the Low-Carbon
    Transformation. Mimeo.

  • Schultes, A., Edenhofer, O., Leimbach, M. (2015). Biased Climate Damages and Intergenerational Impacts. Mimeo.

  • Leimbach, M., Schultes, A., Baumstark, L., Giannousakis, A.,  Luderer, G. (2016). Solution algorithms of large‐scale Integrated Assessment models of climate change. Annals of Operations Research. [published version]  [preprint]

  • Leimbach, M., Roming, N., Schultes, A.,  Schwerhoff, G. (2015). Development perspectives of Sub-Saharan Africa under climate policies. Mimeo.

  • Franks, M., Klenert, D., Schultes, A., Lessmann, K., Edenhofer, O. (2015). Is Capital Back? The Role of Land Ownership and Savings Behavior. Mimeo.

  • Siegmeier, J., Mattauch, L., Franks, M., Klenert, D., Schultes, A.,  Edenhofer, O. (2015). A Public Finance Perspective on Climate Policy: Six Interactions That May Enhance Welfare. FEEM Working Paper Series, 31.  http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=2596604

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