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environmental economist

Andreas Löschel, German environmental economist. Named one of Top-100 German Economists under 40, Handelsblatt, 2007-2008; grantee, Fritz Thyssen Foundation, Stanford University, 2005, Deutscher Studienpreis Korber Foundation; visiting scholar, Australian National University, 2010. Active Round Table 135, Schwetzingen, Germany, 2007.

Background

Löschel, Andreas was born on September 7, 1971 in Rothenburg, Germany.

Education

Master of Arts in Economics, Wayne State University, Detroit, 1995. Diplom-Volkswirt, Erlangen-Nürnberg University, 1998. Doctor of Philosophy, Mannheim University, Germany, 2003.

Habilitation, University Oldenburg, Germany, 2009.

Career

Visiting scholar Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 2003, research collaborator. Visiting scholar Stanford University, California, 2005, with Energy Modeling Forum, since 2002. Lecturer Pforzheim University Applied Sciences, Germany, 2004—2005.

Science officer European Commission, Seville, Spain, 2005—2007. Visiting professor University Pablo de Olavide, Spain, 2006—2007. Head department Center European Economic Research Zentrum für Europäische Wirtschaftsforschung, Mannheim, Germany, since 2007.

Reader Oldenburg University, since 2009. Fellow interdisciplinary institute environmental economics Heidelberg University, Germany, 1998—2003. Member delegate climate conference European Commission, Bali, Indonesia, 2007.

Member standing research committee environmental and resource economics German Economic Association.

Membership

Active Round Table 135, Schwetzingen, Germany, 2007.

Connections

Married Claudia Löschel. Children: Tilman, Benno, Ida, Martha.

spouse:
Claudia Löschel

child:
Tilman Löschel

child:
Benno Löschel

child:
Ida Löschel

child:
Martha Löschel