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Final project report

Ekins, P. (2009) Resource Productivity, Environmental Tax Reform and Sustainable Growth in Europe [pdf]

Working papers

petrE has produced a number of different kinds of papers. Working Papers have all been peer reviewed and are available on this website in full. For papers accepted by journals, only the publication details (when available) and abstracts are available here. Papers which have been submitted to journals, and are pending peer review, are not available here in any form. Their details will be announced when they are accepted or published. Other published papers and articles are made available if their publishers permit.

Work package 1

Agnolucci, P. (2008) The Energy Demand In The British And German Industrial Sectors: Heterogeneity And Common Factors, Energy Economics (in press) [pdf, abstract only]

Agnolucci, P. Venn, A. (2008) Industrial Energy Intensities in the UK: Is there a deterministic or stochastic difference among sectors?, Applied Economics (in press) [pdf, abstract only]

Jänicke, M., Zieschank, R. (2008) Structure and Function of the Environmental Industry: The Hidden Contribution to Sustainable Growth in Europe [pdf]

Jänicke, M. (2009) Zauberwort „Öko-Effizienz“ ('The magic word: eco-efficiency'), campus.leben, 13 February 2009
' Eco-Efficiency' is an important strategy for ecological modernisation. Sustainable growth needs new environmental industries, not only for pollution management, but more and more for reducing material and energy flows. (In German)

Jungnitz, A. (2008) Decomposition Analysis of Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Energy and Material Inputs in Germany [pdf]

Wiebe, K. (2009) Resource Productivity and Economic Performance: An Analysis for Germany [pdf] (revised version)

Work package 2

Agnolucci, P. (2008) The Effect of the German and British Environmental Taxation Reforms: a Simple Assessment, Energy Policy, in press [pdf, abstract only]

Work package 3

Barker, T., Meyer, B., Pollitt, H., Lutz, C. (2007) Modelling Environmental Tax Reform in Germany and the United Kingdom with E3ME and GINFORS [pdf]

Meyer, B., Lutz, C. (2007) The GINFORS Model: Model Overview and Evaluation [pdf]

Pollitt, H., Chewpreecha, U., Summerton, P. (2007) E3ME: An Energy–Environment–Economy Model for Europe [pdf]

Pollitt, H. (2007) Extending E3ME to include analysis of material flows [pdf]

Work package 4

Speck, S. (2007) Differences in Environmental Tax Reforms (ETR) between CEEC and Germany/UK [pdf], paper presented to the AGF Mid-Term Conference, Berlin, November 2007

see: paper and outline of paper

Vojácek, O. & Klusák, J. (2007) ‘Environmental Tax Reform – Qualitative Research in the Czech Republic’. In: ŠAUER, Petr (ed.). Environmental Economics, Policy and International Relations. Prague: Nakladatelství a vydavatelství litomyšlského semináre, pp. 62–70. ISBN 978-80-86709-11-6

see: paper

Work package 5

Giljum, S., Lutz, C., Polzin, C. (2010) Global implications of a European environmental tax reform.

Giljum, S., Lutz, C. & Jungnitz, A., Bruckner, M. & Hinterberger, F. (2007) The Global Resource Accounting Model (GRAM). A methodological concept paper, SERI, Vienna & GWS, Osnabrück

Giljum, S., Lutz, C. & Jungnitz, A. (2008) Quantifying indirect material flows of traded products with a multi-regional environmental input-output model. A methodological concept paper, presented to European Society for Ecological Economics Conference, Leipzig

Giljum, S., Lutz, C. & Jungnitz, A. (2007) A multi-regional environmental input-output model to quantify embodied material flows, presented to International Input-Output Association conference, Istanbul

Giljum, S., Lutz, C., Jungnitz, A., Bruckner, M., Hinterberger, F. (2008) Global dimensions of European natural resource use