Dr. Linus Mattauch

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Dr. Linus Mattauch

Dr. Linus Mattauch war wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter am MCC unter Prof. Dr. Ottmar Edenhofer. Er arbeitet gegenwärtig als Postdoc und Lecturer an der University of Oxford und ist zudem Gastwissenschaftler am MCC. 2015 wurde er mit einer Arbeit mit dem Titel “Rent and Redistribution: The welfare implications of financing low-carbon public investment” promoviert.


Seine Forschungsinteressen sind: 

  • Finanzwissenschaft, insbesondere Second-Best-Analysen
  • Wohlfahrtstheorie, insbesondere der Verhaltenswissenschaft
  • Wachstumstheorien
  • Verhalten im Transportsektor

 

Lebenslauf

Ausführlicher Lebenslauf.

 

Publikationen

Begutachtete Fachpublikationen (ISI Artikel)

Klenert, D., G. Schwerhoff, O. Edenhofer, L. Mattauch (2016). Carbon Taxation, Inequality and Engel's Law -- The Double Dividend of Redistribution. Environmental and Resource Economics, online first. DOI: 10.1007/s10640-016-0070-y

Mattauch, L., C. Hepburn (2016). Climate policy when preferences are endogenous - and sometimes they are. Midwest Studies in Philosophy [Special issue on climate ethics], 40(1):76–95. DOI: 0.1017/S1365100516000432

Klenert, D., L. Mattauch, O. Edenhofer, K. Lessmann (2016). Infrastructure and Inequality: Insights from Incorporating Key Economic Facts about Household Heterogeneity. Macroeconomic Dynamics. DOI:10.1017/S1365100516000432 [Working Paper version: CESifo Working Paper 4972]

Mattauch, L., O. Edenhofer, D. Klenert, S. Bénard (2016). Distributional effects of public investment when wealth and classes are back. Metroeconomica, 67(3):603-629. [Working Paper Version: CESifo Working Paper  4714]

Klenert, D., L. Mattauch (2016). How to make a carbon tax progressive: the role of subsistence consumption. Economics Letters, 138:100-103. [Working Paper Version]

Creutzig, F., P. Jochem,  O.Y. Edelenbosch, L. Mattauch, D.P. van Vuuren, D. McCollum, J. Minx, (2015): Transport: A roadblock to climate change mitigation? Science 350 (6263):911 - 912.

Mattauch, L., M. Ridgway, F. Creutzig (2015). Happy or liberal? Making sense of behavior in transport policy design. Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment, online first.

Edenhofer, O., L. Mattauch, J. Siegmeier (2015) [equal contribution]: Hypergeorgism: When Rent Taxation is Socially Optimal. Finanzarchiv/Public Finance Analysis, 71(4):474-505. [Working Paper Version: CesIfo Working Paper 4144.]

Mattauch, L., F. Creutzig, O. Edenhofer (2015): Avoiding Carbon Lock-In: Evaluating Policy Options for Advancing Structural Change. Economic Modelling, 50:49-63. [Working Paper Version

Edenhofer, O., M. Jakob, F. Creutzig, C. Flachsland, S. Fuss, M. Kowarsch, K. Lessmann, L. Mattauch, J. Siegmeier, JC Steckel (2015): Closing the Emissions Price Gap. Global Environmental Change, 31:132-143 


Aktuelle Arbeitspapiere

Siegmeier, J., L. Mattauch, M. Franks, D. Klenert, A. Schultes, O. Edenhofer (2015). A Public Finance Perspective on Climate Policy: Six Interactions That May Enhance Welfare. FEEM Nota di lavoro, 31.2015 

Siegmeier, Jan; Mattauch, Linus; Edenhofer, Ottmar (2015): Climate Policy Enhances Efficiency: A Macroeconomic Portfolio Effect CESifo Working Paper No. 5161.

Mattauch, L., J. Siegmeier, O. Edenhofer, F. Creutzig (2013): Financing Public Capital through Land Rent Taxation: A Macroeconomic Henry George Theorem. CESifo Working Paper 4280.

 

Andere Publikationen

Funke, F., F. Gressman, P. Mathé, M. Oberhaus, J.J. Obst, M. Roesti, D. Weishaar (2016). Wirtschaftswachstum aufgeben? -- Eine Analyse wachstumskritischer Argumente. [Mit einem Geleitwort von Linus Mattauch und Jan Siegmeier] MCC Working Paper 1/2016.

Rent and Redistribution: The welfare implications of financing low-carbon public investment. (Dissertation, TU Berlin 2015)

Creutzig, F., L. Mattauch (2013) [Rezension]: Fleurbaey, M., D. Blanchet: Beyond GDP. Measuring and Assessing Sustainability. Ecological Economics 94: 164-165.

 

Lehre (Auswahl)

„Wohlfahrt ohne Wachstum? – Eine kritische Analyse der Wachstumskritik." Sommerakademie der Studienstiftung des deutschen Volkes. Leysin (Schweiz). 2014 (mit Jan Siegmeier) [Dokumentation]

Tutor zur Vorlesung "Climate Change Economics", TU Berlin, Sommersemester 2012


Aktuelle Publikationen

Klenert, D.; Schwerhoff, G.; Edenhofer, O.; Mattauch, L., 2016

Environmental Taxation, Inequality and Engel’s Law: The Double Dividend of Redistribution

Environmental and Resource Economics
Typ
Peer Review
Mattauch, L.; Hepburn, C., 2016

Climate Policy When Preferences Are Endogenous - and Sometimes They Are

Midwest Studies In Philosophy, XL (2016)
Typ
Peer Review
Klenert, D.; Mattauch, L.; Edenhofer, O.; Lessmann, K., 2016

Infrastructure and Inequality: Insights from Incorporating Key Economic Facts about Household Heterogeneity.

Macroeconomic Dynamics
Typ
Peer Review
Mattauch, L.; Hepburn, C., 2016

Climate policy when preferences are endogenous – and sometimes they are

MCC Working paper 3/2016
Typ
Arbeitspapiere
Mattauch, L.; Edenhofer, O.; Klenert, D.; Bénard, S., 2016

Distributional Effects of Public Investment when Wealth and Classes are Back

Metroeconomica
Typ
Peer Review