Matthias Kalkuhl
Matthias Kalkuhl
Mercator Research Institute on Global Commons and Climate Change (MCC)
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Drivers and triggers of international food price spikes and volatility
G Tadasse, B Algieri, M Kalkuhl, J von Braun
Food Policy 47, 117-128, 2014
2842014
Learning or lock-in: Optimal technology policies to support mitigation
M Kalkuhl, O Edenhofer, K Lessmann
Resource and Energy Economics 34 (1), 1-23, 2012
2122012
Renewable energy subsidies: Second-best policy or fatal aberration for mitigation?
M Kalkuhl, O Edenhofer, K Lessmann
Resource and Energy Economics 35 (3), 217-234, 2013
1672013
Policy, financing and implementation
C Mitchell, J Sawin, GR Pokharel, DM Kammen, Z Wang, S Fifita, ...
IPCC special report on renewable energy sources and climate change mitigation, -, 2011
1372011
Worldwide acreage and yield response to international price change and volatility: a dynamic panel data analysis for wheat, rice, corn, and soybeans
MG Haile, M Kalkuhl, J von Braun
American Journal of Agricultural Economics 98 (1), 172-190, 2016
1122016
Teleconnected food supply shocks
CB d’Amour, L Wenz, M Kalkuhl, JC Steckel, F Creutzig
Environmental Research Letters 11 (3), 035007, 2016
922016
Inter‐and intra‐seasonal crop acreage response to international food prices and implications of volatility
MG Haile, M Kalkuhl, J Braun
Agricultural Economics 45 (6), 693-710, 2014
76*2014
When do increasing carbon taxes accelerate global warming? A note on the green paradox
O Edenhofer, M Kalkuhl
Energy Policy 39 (4), 2208-2212, 2011
732011
Food price volatility and its implications for food security and policy
M Kalkuhl, J Von Braun, M Torero
Springer Nature, 2016
712016
Poverty and distributional effects of carbon pricing in low-and middle-income countries–A global comparative analysis
II Dorband, M Jakob, M Kalkuhl, JC Steckel
World Development 115, 246-257, 2019
592019
Food price volatility in developing countries and its determinants
L Kornher, M Kalkuhl
562013
The role of carbon capture and sequestration policies for climate change mitigation
M Kalkuhl, O Edenhofer, K Lessmann
Environmental and Resource Economics 60 (1), 55-80, 2015
412015
Volatile and extreme food prices, food security, and policy: an overview
M Kalkuhl, J von Braun, M Torero
Food price volatility and its implications for food security and policy, 3-31, 2016
402016
How strong do global commodity prices influence domestic food prices in developing countries? A global price transmission and vulnerability mapping analysis
M Kalkuhl
Food price volatility and its implications for food security and policy, 269-301, 2016
39*2016
Das' Grne Paradoxon'-Menetekel oder Prognose
O Edenhofer, M Kalkuhl, F Beckenbach, C Leipert, G Meran, ...
Diskurs Klimapolitik, 115-151, 2009
322009
The impact of climate conditions on economic production. Evidence from a global panel of regions
M Kalkuhl, L Wenz
Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 103, 102360, 2020
312020
Managing the climate rent: How can regulators implement intertemporally efficient mitigation policies?
M Kalkuhl, O Edenhofer
Natural Resource Modeling 27 (1), 25-60, 2014
31*2014
The carbon rent economics of climate policy
M Kalkuhl, RJ Brecha
Energy Economics 39, 89-99, 2013
312013
Resource rents: The effects of energy taxes and quantity instruments for climate protection
K Eisenack, O Edenhofer, M Kalkuhl
Energy Policy 48, 159-166, 2012
312012
Should carbon-exporting countries strive for consumption-based accounting in a global cap-and-trade regime?
JC Steckel, M Kalkuhl, R Marschinski
Climatic change 100 (3), 779-786, 2010
302010
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