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Prof. Dr.

Till Requate

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Short description
Prof. Requate has been Professor of Economics at Kiel University since 2002. Till Requate's main areas of interest are environmental and resource economics, competition policy and experimental economics. From 2016 to 2020, Till Requate was Dean of the Faculty of Economics and Social Sciences at Kiel University.
Dilpom mathematician, Bielefeld University, 1985
Doctorate in Economics, University of Bielefeld, 1989
Habilitation in Economics, University of Bielefeld, 1995
Substitute professor C4 at the University of Oldenburg (1995 - 1996)
C4-Professor and Direktor of the interdisciplinary Institute for Environmental Economics at the University of Heidelberg (1996 - 2002)
C4, later W3 Professor of Economics at the University of Kiel (2002 - ongoing)

Research data

Research level
Area of research
Energy economics , Society & Transformation , Climate protection & Resources ,
Research topic
R&D incentives through environmental policy, cost sharing of public goods.
Research institute
Christian Albrechts University to Kiel
Research institute location
WiSo Faculty
Institute of Economics
Professorship for Competition Policy, Innovation and New Institutional Economics

Publications and projects

Selected publications
Sanctions and international interaction improve cooperation to avert climate change. Royal Society Proceedings B (2022), (with Grimalda, G., Belianin, A., Hennig-Schmidt, H., Ryzhkova, M.V.)
Link to publication
Price vs. Quantity Regulation of Volatile Energy Supply and Market Entry of RES-E Operators, Energy Economics (2021), 105425. (with Narita, D.)
“Tell the truth or not? The Montero mechanism for emissions control at work, Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 95 (2019), 133-152 (with Eva Camacho, Israel Waichman, S. Kean Ch'ng)
Selected sponsored projects
EFI-Gutachten, BMBF, 2020-2024.
The Economics of Climate Change: Experimental Studies on Climate Negotiations (BMBF) 226.000€, 2011-2014.

Committees and Awards

Selected councils
Expert Commission for Research and Innovation for the Federal Government
Member of Acatech
Selected awards
Eric Kempe Preis, der Europen Association of Environmental and Resource Economics 2004
Best paper award by DGGÖ (German Society for Health Economics), 2013
Ernennung zum Fellow der Europen Association of Environmental and Resource Economics