Dr. Jan Steckel

Leiter der Arbeitsgruppe Klimaschutz und Entwicklung

Dr. Jan Steckel

Dr. Jan Christoph Steckel leitet die Arbeitsgruppe "Klimaschutz und Entwicklung" am MCC. Er forscht hauptsächlich zur Rolle von Entwicklungsländern bei der Verminderung des Klimawandels. Seine Forschungsschwerpunkte sind:

  • Zusammenspiel von nachhaltigen Entwicklungszielen und Klimaschutz
  • Energieversorgung in Entwicklungs- und Schwellenländern, v.a. die Rolle von Kohle
  • Aufbau und Zugang von Infrastruktur und entsprechende Klimawirkung
  •  Klimapolitische Instrumente in Entwicklungs- und Schwellenländern
  • Strukturwandel, Klimaschutz und nachhaltige Entwicklung

Er war Autor im IPCC Sonderbericht zu „Erneuerbaren Energien“ (2011) sowie dem fünften Sachstandsbericht (2014) der Arbeitsgruppe III (Vermeidung); er arbeitet zudem am „International Panel for Social Progress“ mit. An der TU Berlin (FG Ökonomie des Klimawandels) leitet er ein Forschungsprojekt zu "Makroökonomischer Nachhaltigkeitsbewertung" im Rahmen des von der DFG finanzierten Sonderforschungsbereichs "Sustainable Manufacturing - Globale Wertschöpfung nachhaltig gestalten". Er ist Gastwissenschaftler am Potsdam Institut für Klimafolgenforschung.

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Ausführlicher CV mit Publikationsliste

 

Publikationen 

 

Aktuelle Arbeitspapiere

Dorband, I., M. Jakob, J.C. Steckel: Double progressivity of infrastructure development through carbon pricing - Insights from Nigeria. Working Paper auf Anfrage.

Dorband, I., M. Jakob, M. Kalkuhl, J.C. Steckel: Are poor households more strongly impacted by carbon pricing? A global comparative analysis of distributional effects. Working Paper auf Anfrage.

Edenhofer, O., J.C. Steckel, M. Jakob, C. Bertram: Rumours of coal's terminal decline may be premature. Working Paper auf Anfrage.

Forin, S., H. Ward, A. Radebach, J.C. Steckel: The effect of industry delocalization on global energy use: A global sectoral perspective. Working Paper auf Anfrage.

Jakob, M., D. Kübler, J.C. Steckel, R. van Veldhuizen: Clean up your own mess: An experimental study of moral responsibility and efficiency. Working Paper.

Radebach, A., J. Steckel, H. Ward: Patterns of Structural Change. Empirical Evidence from Similarity Networks. Working Paper.

Radebach, A., J.C. Steckel, C. Hidalgo: Voluntary but effective - How countries achieved their Kyoto targets. Working Paper auf Anfrage.

Steckel, J.C., J. Hilaire, M. Jakob, O. Edenhofer: Lions in the dragon’s shoes? On carbonization patterns in Sub-Sahara Africa. Working Paper auf Anfrage.

 

Begutachtete Artikel 

Kornek, U., J.C. Steckel, K. Lessmann, O. Edenhofer (in press): The Climate Rent Curse: New Challenges for Burden Sharing. International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics.

Steckel, J.C., N. Rao, M. Jakob (in press). Access to infrastructure services: Global trends and Drivers. Utilities Policy.

Ward, H., L. Wenz. J.C. Steckel, J. Minx (accepted). Truncation Error Estimates in Process
Lifecycle Assessment Using Input-Output Analysis. Journal of Industrial Ecology, DOI: 10.1111/jiec.12655

Ward, H., A. Radebach, I. Vierhaus, A. Fügenschuh, JC Steckel (2017): Reducing global CO2 emissions with the technologies we have. Resource and Energy Economics, 49, 201-217

Nemet, G. F., Jakob, M., Steckel, J. C., & Edenhofer, O. (2017). Addressing policy credibility problems for low-carbon investment. Global Environmental Change, 42, 47-57.

Steckel, J. C., Jakob, M., Flachsland, C., Kornek, U., Lessmann, K., & Edenhofer, O. (2017). From climate finance toward sustainable development finance. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change, 8(1).

Hirth, L., & Steckel, J. C. (2016). The role of capital costs in decarbonizing the electricity sector. Environmental Research Letters, 11(11), 114010.

Jakob, M. & J.C. Steckel (2016). Implications of climate change mitigation for sustainable development. Environmental Research Letters, 11(10), 104010

Schueler, V., Fuss, S., Steckel, J. C., Weddige, U., & Beringer, T. (2016). Productivity ranges of sustainable biomass potentials from non-agricultural land. Environmental Research Letters, 11(7), 074026.

Ward, H., Burger, M., Chang, Y. J., Fürstmann, P., Neugebauer, S., Radebach, A., ... & Steckel, J. C. (in press). Assessing carbon dioxide emission reduction potentials of improved manufacturing processes using multiregional input output frameworks. Journal of Cleaner Production.

Bren d’Amour, C. , Wenz, L., Kalkuhl, M., Steckel, J. C., & Creutzig, F. (2016). Teleconnected food supply shocks. Environmental Research Letters, 11(3), 035007.

Steckel, J.C., O. Edenhofer, M. Jakob (2015): Drivers for the renaissance of coal. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 112 (29), pp. E3775-E3781

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, pp. 132-143

Wenz, L., S.N. Willner, A. Radebach, R. Bierkandt, J.C. Steckel, A. Levermann (im Druck): Regional and sectoral disaggregation of multi-regional input-output tables - a flexible algorithm. Economic Systems Research.

Zimmer, A., M. Jakob, J. Steckel  (2015): What motivates Vietnam to strive for a low-carbon economy? - An explorative case study on the drivers of climate policy in a developing country. Energy for Sustainable Development, 24, pp. 19-32. Ausgezeichnet mit dem Reddy Prize - Best Paper 2014.

Jakob, M., J. Steckel, C. Flachsland, L. Baumstark (2015): Climate Finance - Curse or Blessing? Climate and Development, 7 (1), pp. 1-15.

Jakob, M., Jan Christoph Steckel, Stephan Klasen, Jann Lay, Nicole Grunewald, Inmaculada Martínez-Zarzoso, Sebastian Renner, Ottmar Edenhofer (2014): Feasible mitigation options in developing countries. Nature Climate Change, 5 (11): pp. 961 - 968.

Edenhofer, O., M. Jakob, J. Steckel (2014): Does Environmental Sustainability Contradict Prosperity? Global Policy, 5 (1),pp. 15-20.

Jakob, M., J. C. Steckel, O. Edenhofer (2014). Consumption-Versus Production-Based Emission Policies. Annual Review of Resource Economics 6(1), pp 297-318.

Jakob, M., J. Steckel (2014): How climate change mitigation could harm development in poor countries. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change, 5(2).

Steckel, J, RJ Brecha, M. Jakob, J. Strefler, G. Luderer (2013): Development without energy? Assessing future scenarios of energy consumption in developing countries. Ecological Economics 90: 53-67.

Hübler, M., J. Steckel (2012): Economic Growth, Decarbonization, and International Transfers. Climate and Development 4 (2):88-103.

Jakob, M., G. Luderer, J. Steckel, M. Tavoni, S. Monjon, S. (2012): Time to act now? Assessing the costs of delaying climate measures and benefits of early action. Climatic Change 114 (1): 79-99.

Luderer, G., V. Bosetti, M. Jakob, M. Leimbach, J. Steckel, H. Waisman, O. Edenhofer (2012): The economics of decarbonizing the energy system: Results and insights from the RECIPE model intercomparison. Climatic Change 114 (1): 9-37.

Tavoni, M., E. De Cian, G. Luderer, J. Steckel, H. Waisman (2012): The value of technology and of its evolution towards a low carbon economy. Climatic Change 114 (1): 39-57.

Steckel, J., M. Jakob, R. Marschinski, G. Luderer (2011): From carbonization to decarbonization? - Past trends and future scenarios for China's CO2 emissions. Energy policy 39 (6): 3443-3455.

Steckel, J., M. Kalkuhl, R. Marschinski (2010): Should carbon-exporting countries strive for consumption-based accounting in a global cap-and-trade regime? Climatic Change Letters 100 (3): 779-786.

Buchkapitel

Edenhofer, O., B. Knopf, G. Luderer, J. Steckel, T. Bruckner (2010): More heat than light? On the economics of decarbonization. In: Rübbleke, D. (Ed.). Sustainable Energy. London, Routledge Publishers.

Flachsland, C., G. Luderer, J. Steckel, B. Knopf, O. Edenhofer (2011): International Emissions Trading and the Global Deal. In: Fan Gang, Nicholas Stern, Ottmar Edenhofer, Xu Shanda, Klas Eklund, Frank Ackerman, Lailai Li and Karl Hallding (eds.): The Economics of Climate Change in China. Towards a Low Carbon Economy. Earthscan: 231-260.

Sonstige Publikationen

Edenhofer, O., M. Jakob, J. Steckel (2013): Wohlstand und ökologische Nachhaltigkeit - ein Widerspruch? ifo Schnelldienst 66 (15): 22 - 26.

Edenhofer, O., J. Steckel (2012): Die Renaissance der Kohle und Chancen globaler Klimapolitik. Mining + Geo (3): 336-348.

Luderer, G., V. Bosetti, J. Steckel, H. Waisman, N. Bauer, E. Decian, M. Leimbach, O. Sassi, M. Tavoni (2009). The economics of decarbonization. Results from the RECIPE model intercomparison. RECIPE working paper. Online verfügbar: http://www.pik-potsdam.de/recipe

Jakob, M., V. Bosetti, H. Waisman, E. Decian, J. Steckel, M. Leimbach, L. Baumstark (2009). The RECIPE reference scenarios. RECIPE working paper. Online verfügbar: http://www.pik-potsdam.de/recipe

Edenhofer, O., C. Carraro, J.-C. Hourcade, K. Neuhoff, G. Luderer, C. Flachsland, M. Jakob, A. Popp, J. Steckel, J. Strohschein, N. Bauer, S. Brunner, M. Leimbach, H. Lotze-Campen, V. Bosetti, E. de Cian, M. Tavoni, O. Sassi, H. Waisman, R. Crassous-Doerfler, S. Monjon, S. Dröge, H. van Essen, P. del Río, A. Türk (2009): RECIPE - The Economics of Decarbonization. Synthesis Report.

Edenhofer, O., B. Knopf, J. Steckel, G. Luderer (2008): The Honest Broker - Stuck Half Way Through. Hintergrundinformationen und Kommentare zu Pielke et al. in Nature.

Flachsland, C., O. Edenhofer, M. Jakob, J. Steckel (2008): Developing the International Carbon Market. Linking Options for the EU ETS. Bericht für den Bereich Planungspolitik des Auswärtigen Amtes. 

 

Jan wirkte am Kapitel 9 (Renewable Energy in the Context of Sustainable Development) des IPCC's Special Report on Renewable Energies and Climate Mitigation (SRREN) mit und ist Leitautor des Technical Summary Abschnitts. 

 

Abschlussarbeiten 

Steckel, J. (2012): Developing Countries in the Context of Climate Change Mitigation and Energy System Transformation. Doktorarbeit an der Technischen Universität Berlin. pdf

Steckel, J. (2008). Towards a Global Carbon Market. The CDM's current state and future prospects. Diplomarbeit (Master Thesis equivalent) an der Universität Flensburg. pdf

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Aktuelle Publikationen

Forin, S.; Radebach, A.; Steckel, J.C.; Ward, H., 2018

The effect of industry delocalization on global energy use: A global sectoral perspective

Energy Economics
Typ
Peer Review
Kornek U.; Steckel, J.C.; Lessmann K.; Edenhofer O., 2017

The climate rent curse: new challenges for burden sharing

International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics
Typ
Peer Review
Jakob, M.; Kübler, D.; Steckel, J.C.; van Veldhuizen, R., 2017

Clean up your own mess: An experimental study of moral responsibility and efficiency

Journal of Public Economics, 155, 138–146
Typ
Peer Review
Ward, H.; Wenz, L.; Steckel, J.C.; Minx, J.C., 2017

Truncation Error Estimates in Process Life Cycle Assessment Using Input-Output Analysis

Journal of Industrial Ecology
Typ
Peer Review
Ward, H.; Radebach, A.; Vierhaus, I.; Fügenschuh, A.; Steckel, J.C., 2017

Reducing global CO2 emissions with the technologies we have

Resource and Energy Economics
Typ
Peer Review