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Aktuelle Projekte: Franz Sinabell(3 hits)

Franz Sinabell (Project co-ordinator), Agro-economic Study for the Danube River Basin

Current research studies (work in progress)
In this study a structure is developed for country reports on measures to reduce water pollution by agriculture. The aim is to obtain a coherent overview of national approaches in regulation and governance of pollution reducing efforts. The interaction between agricultural and environmental policy measures is of special interest. The report will show to what extent countries that have association agreements with the EU have already adopted water conservation and water protection policies that are in line with EU legislation and programmes. The report ends with policy conclusions aiming at attaining a better integration of river basin wide integrated approaches in cross border water management.
 
Study by: Austrian Institute of Economic Research
Commissioned by: International Commission for the Protection of the Danube River

Franz Sinabell (Project co-ordinator), Volkswirtschaftliche Analyse der Hochwasserschutzinvestitionen des BMVIT. Aktualisierung

Current research studies (work in progress)
Zur Schätzung der kurz- und mittelfristigen volkswirtschaftlichen Effekte der Ausgaben für den Hochwasserschutz von 80 Mio. € wird ein dynamisches Modell eingesetzt, das auf Aufkommens- und Verwendungstabellen beruht. Damit werden zahlreiche Effekte in der österreichischen Volkswirtschaft berücksichtigt, die in reine Input-Output-Modelle nicht eingehen. Ermittelt werden die mit den Investitionen direkt und indirekt verbundenen volkswirtschaftlichen Folgen sowie die durch die Einkommensänderung induzierten Wirkungen auf Beschäftigung und Wertschöpfung.
 
Commissioned by: Federal Ministry for Transport, Innovation and Technology
Study by: Austrian Institute of Economic Research

Franz Sinabell (Project co-ordinator), ACRP8-RAPs – Participatory Development of Representative Agricultural Pathways for Austria

Current research studies (work in progress)
Climate change research heavily depends on socio-economic and land use scenarios. The research project RAPs.AT develops Representative Agricultural Pathways (RAPs) for Austria aligned to the global Shared Socioeconomic Pathways (SSPs) and based on a stakeholder process. The resulting RAPs will be publicly available for any quantitative climate change study. RAPs contribute to an improved comparability of methods and results, support qualitative studies, and better designed policies.
 
Commissioned by: Klima- und Energiefonds
Study by: Austrian Institute of Economic Research
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