Prof. Dr. Andreas Lange
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Prof. of Economics especially Public Economics
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Andreas Lange joined the University of Hamburg as professor of economics in July 2010. Before, he had an appointment as Assistant Professor at the University of Maryland. He received his PhD from the Department of Economics, University of Heidelberg. He serves as Co-Editor-in Chief for Journal of Environmental Economics and Management.
His research includes theoretical, experimental and applied work on issues in public and environmental as well as behavioral economics. Recently, he conducted studies on international environmental agreements, on emissions trading systems, and on policy decisions under risk and uncertainty. His current research comprises work on the voluntary provision of public goods, auctions, as well on climate policy, all combining theoretical and experimental studies.
- 2016-2019: Visiting Professor, University of Gothenburg
- Since 2010: Professor of Economics, University of Hamburg
- 2010-2020: Adjunct Faculty Member, AREC, University of Maryland
- 2009-2011: NBER Faculty Research Fellow
- 2005-2010: Assistant Professor, AREC, University of Maryland, USA
- Since 2006: Research Associate, Centre for European Economic Research (ZEW), Mannheim
- 2003-2005: Visiting Research Scholar/Associate, Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics, University of Maryland, College Park, USA
- 12/2000 – 03/2005: Research Fellow, Centre for European Economic Research (ZEW), Mannheim, Germany, (on leave: 10/2003-03/2005)
- 2000: Ph.D. in Economics (Dr.rer.pol.), University of Heidelberg
- 1997: Diplom in Mathematical Economics, University of Bielefeld
- Co-Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Environmental Economics and Management
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