Daniel Osberghaus
Daniel Osberghaus
ZEW - Leibniz Centre for European Economic Research
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The determinants of private flood mitigation measures in Germany—Evidence from a nationwide survey
D Osberghaus
Ecological Economics 110, 36-50, 2015
Individual adaptation to climate change: The role of information and perceived risk
D Osberghaus, E Finkel, M Pohl
ZEW-Centre for European Economic Research Discussion Paper, 2010
The effect of flood experience on household mitigation—Evidence from longitudinal and insurance data
D Osberghaus
Global Environmental Change 43, 126-136, 2017
The role of the government in adaptation to climate change
D Osberghaus, A Dannenberg, T Mennel, B Sturm
Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy 28 (5), 834-850, 2010
Natural disasters and governmental aid: Is there a charity hazard?
MA Andor, D Osberghaus, M Simora
Ecological Economics 169, 106534, 2020
The effects of natural disasters and weather variations on international trade and financial flows: a review of the empirical literature
D Osberghaus
Economics of Disasters and Climate Change 3 (3), 305-325, 2019
General knowledge about climate change, factors influencing risk perception and willingness to insure
C Menny, D Osberghaus, M Pohl, U Werner
ZEW-Centre for European Economic Research Discussion Paper, 2011
Prospect theory, mitigation and adaptation to climate change
D Osberghaus
Journal of Risk Research 20 (7), 909-930, 2017
Total costs and budgetary effects of adaptation to climate change: an assessment for the European Union
D Osberghaus, C Reif
CESifo Working Paper Series, 2010
Storm damage and risk preferences: panel evidence from Germany
GA Kahsay, D Osberghaus
Environmental and Resource Economics 71, 301-318, 2018
Natural disasters and climate change beliefs: The role of distance and prior beliefs
D Osberghaus, C Fugger
Global Environmental Change 74, 102515, 2022
Heat vulnerability and adaptation of low-income households in Germany
D Osberghaus, T Abeling
Global Environmental Change 72, 102446, 2022
The effectiveness of a large‐scale flood risk awareness campaign: evidence from two panel data sets
D Osberghaus, H Hinrichs
Risk Analysis 41 (6), 944-957, 2021
Poorly adapted but nothing to lose? A study on the flood risk–income relationship with a focus on low-income households
D Osberghaus
Climate Risk Management 31, 100268, 2021
The economics of adaptation to climate change-the case of Germany
A Dannenberg, T Mennel, D Osberghaus, B Sturm
ZEW-Centre for European Economic Research Discussion Paper, 2009
Direct and indirect effects of weather experiences on life satisfaction–which role for climate change expectations?
D Osberghaus, J Kühling
Journal of Environmental Planning and Management 59 (12), 2198-2230, 2016
Insurance against extreme weather events: An overview
K Kraehnert, D Osberghaus, C Hott, LT Habtemariam, F Wätzold, ...
Review of Economics 72 (2), 71-95, 2021
Klimawandel in Deutschland: Risikowahrnehmung und Anpassung in privaten haushalten 2020
D Osberghaus, M Achtnicht, P Bubeck, M Frondel, VC Kükenthal, ...
Climate Change in Germany: Risk Perception and Adaptation in Private Households, 2020
The causal effect of flood experience on climate engagement: evidence from search requests for green electricity
D Osberghaus, C Demski
Climatic Change 156 (1), 191-207, 2019
Private Hochwasservorsorge und Elementarschadenversicherung: moral hazard, der Effekt von Informationskampagnen, und eine Versicherungsillusion
D Osberghaus, A Philippi
Zeitschrift für die gesamte Versicherungswissenschaft 105, 289-306, 2016
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