His main research concerns Public economics, Dilemma, Economy, Flexibility and Energy policy. By researching both Public economics and Incandescent light bulb, Joachim Schleich produces research that crosses academic boundaries. He integrates many fields, such as Flexibility, University education, Residential energy, Eu countries, Balance and Economic growth, in his works.
Joachim Schleich has included themes like Transaction cost, Environmental economics, Market failure and Energy economics in his Energy policy study. His work in Energy economics covers topics such as Input–output model which are related to areas like Industrial organization. His work deals with themes such as Quality, Capital, Subsidy and Investment, which intersect with Actuarial science.
Joachim Schleich mainly focuses on Environmental economics, Emissions trading, Industrial organization, Public economics and International economics. The concepts of his Environmental economics study are interwoven with issues in Energy policy, Robustness and Investment. Joachim Schleich has researched Investment in several fields, including Quality, Subsidy and Decision model.
His Industrial organization study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Legitimacy and Energy management. His work carried out in the field of Public economics brings together such families of science as Residential energy and Relevance. As part of one scientific family, Joachim Schleich deals mainly with the area of Operations management, narrowing it down to issues related to the Consumption, and often Production.
His primary areas of study are Environmental economics, Eu countries, Discrete choice experiment, Subsidy and Variables. The Environmental economics study combines topics in areas such as Robustness and Leakage. His Robustness research includes elements of Small business and Operations management.
Joachim Schleich incorporates a variety of subjects into his writings, including Eu countries, Public economics, Econometric model, Policy effectiveness, Market share and Energy performance. His work carried out in the field of Subsidy brings together such families of science as Demand response and Contingent valuation. His Econometrics research integrates issues from TRIPS architecture, Social preferences and Loss aversion.
His primary scientific interests are in Environmental economics, Time preference, Econometrics, Counterfactual thinking and Operations management. His Environmental economics studies intersect with other disciplines such as Robustness, Computer science, Variables and Missing data. Time preference is intertwined with Empirical research, Set, Eu countries, Low energy and Cost savings in his study.
His Econometrics research incorporates themes from Developing country and Willingness to pay. Many of his Counterfactual thinking research pursuits overlap with Robustness, Sample, Audit, Control and Small business. Joachim Schleich performs multidisciplinary study in Operations management and Matching in his work.
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Determinants of residential water demand in Germany
Joachim Schleich;Joachim Schleich;Thomas Hillenbrand.
Ecological Economics (2009)
Residential energy-efficient technology adoption, energy conservation, knowledge, and attitudes: An analysis of European countries
Bradford Mills;Joachim Schleich;Joachim Schleich;Joachim Schleich.
Energy Policy (2012)
How to promote renewable energy systems successfully and effectively
R Haas;W Eichhammer;C Huber;Ole Langniss.
Energy Policy (2004)
Beyond case studies: Barriers to energy efficiency in commerce and the services sector
Joachim Schleich;Joachim Schleich;Edelgard Gruber.
Energy Economics (2008)
Barriers to energy efficiency: A comparison across the German commercial and services sector
Joachim Schleich;Joachim Schleich.
Ecological Economics (2009)
Adoption of energy-efficiency measures in SMEs—An empirical analysis based on energy audit data from Germany
Tobias Fleiter;Joachim Schleich;Joachim Schleich;Ployplearn Ravivanpong.
Energy Policy (2012)
What's driving energy efficient appliance label awareness and purchase propensity?
Bradford F. Mills;Joachim Schleich;Joachim Schleich.
Energy Policy (2010)
Effects of feedback on residential electricity demand: Findings from a field trial in Austria
Joachim Schleich;Joachim Schleich;Marian Klobasa;Sebastian Gölz;Marc Brunner.
Energy Policy (2013)
EU emissions trading: an early analysis of national allocation plans for 2008–2012
Regina Betz;Karoline Rogge;Joachim Schleich.
Climate Policy (2006)
Designing National Allocation Plans For EU-Emissions Trading – A First Analysis of the Outcomes
Regina Betz;Wolfgang Eichhammer;Joachim Schleich.
Energy & Environment (2004)
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