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Julian Sagebiel
Julian Sagebiel
Technische Universtität Berlin
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Are consumers willing to pay more for electricity from cooperatives? Results from an online Choice Experiment in Germany
J Sagebiel, JR Müller, J Rommel
Energy Research & Social Science 2, 90-101, 2014
1382014
Preference heterogeneity in energy discrete choice experiments: A review on methods for model selection
J Sagebiel
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 69, 804-811, 2017
54*2017
From meta-studies to modeling: Using synthesis knowledge to build broadly applicable process-based land change models
NR Magliocca, J Van Vliet, C Brown, TP Evans, T Houet, P Messerli, ...
Environmental Modelling & Software 72, 10-20, 2015
532015
Spatial dimensions of stated preference valuation in environmental and resource economics: methods, trends and challenges
K Glenk, RJ Johnston, J Meyerhoff, J Sagebiel
Environmental and Resource Economics 75 (2), 215-242, 2020
502020
Quality uncertainty and the market for renewable energy: Evidence from German consumers
J Rommel, J Sagebiel, JR Müller
Renewable Energy 94, 106-113, 2016
492016
Environmental valuation with discrete choice experiments: Guidance on design, implementation and data analysis
P Mariel, D Hoyos, J Meyerhoff, M Czajkowski, T Dekker, K Glenk, ...
Springer Nature, 2021
472021
Bringing the neighbors in: A choice experiment on the influence of coordination and social norms on farmers’ willingness to accept agro-environmental schemes across Europe
S Villamayor-Tomas, J Sagebiel, R Olschewski
Land use policy 84, 200-215, 2019
372019
Spatially explicit demand for afforestation
J Sagebiel, K Glenk, J Meyerhoff
Forest Policy and Economics 78, 190-199, 2017
352017
Economic valuation of Baltic marine ecosystem services: blind spots and limited consistency
J Sagebiel, C Schwartz, M Rhozyel, S Rajmis, J Hirschfeld
ICES Journal of Marine Science 73 (4), 991-1003, 2016
312016
Preferences for electricity supply attributes in emerging megacities—Policy implications from a discrete choice experiment of private households in Hyderabad, India
J Sagebiel, K Rommel
Energy for Sustainable Development 21, 89-99, 2014
292014
Investigating people’s preferences for car-free city centers: A discrete choice experiment
A Gundlach, M Ehrlinspiel, S Kirsch, A Koschker, J Sagebiel
Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment 63, 677-688, 2018
272018
Preferences for micro-cogeneration in Germany: Policy implications for grid expansion from a discrete choice experiment
K Rommel, J Sagebiel
Applied Energy 206, 612-622, 2017
232017
Coping with power scarcity in an emerging megacity: a consumers' perspective from Hyderabad
M Hanisch, C Kimmich, J Rommel, J Sagebiel
International Journal of Global Energy Issues 33 (3-4), 189-204, 2010
212010
A consumer perspective on corporate governance in the energy transition: Evidence from a Discrete Choice Experiment in Germany
J Knoefel, J Sagebiel, Ö Yildiz, JR Müller, J Rommel
Energy Economics 75, 440-448, 2018
202018
Economic valuation of street-level urban greening: A case study from an evolving mixed-use area in Berlin
E Fruth, M Kvistad, J Marshall, L Pfeifer, L Rau, J Sagebiel, D Soto, ...
Land Use Policy 89, 104237, 2019
192019
Wie wichtig ist Wachstum für KMU
J Gebauer, J Sagebiel
Schriftenreihe des IÖW 208, 15, 2015
192015
Are small firms willing to pay for improved power supply? Evidence from a contingent valuation study in India
R Ghosh, Y Goyal, J Rommel, J Sagebiel
Energy Policy 109, 659-665, 2017
172017
The structural effect of cooperatives on price volatility in the European dairy sector
M Müller, M Hanisch, A Malvido, J Rommel, J Sagebiel
Applied Economics Letters 25 (8), 576-579, 2018
132018
Empowering irrigation: A game-theoretic approach to electricity utilization in Indian agriculture
C Kimmich, J Sagebiel
Utilities Policy 43, 174-185, 2016
112016
Consumer (Co-) ownership and behaviour: Economic experiments as a tool for analysis
Ö Yildiz, J Sagebiel
Energy Transition, 99-112, 2019
92019
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