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Michael Peneder, Christian Rammer, Sandra Gottschalk, Martin Wörter, Tobias Stucki, Spyros Arvanitis, Does Energy Policy Hurt International Competitiveness of Firms? A Comparative Study for Germany, Switzerland and Austria

Energy Policy, 2017, (109), S.154-180

Michael Peneder, Spyros Arvanitis, Christian Rammer, Tobias Stucki, Martin Wörter, Development and Utilization of Energy-related Technologies, Economic Performance and the Role of Policy Instruments

Journal of Cleaner Production, 2017, S.47-61
The present study investigates the effects of energy-related technologies on economic performance at firm level. We distinguish clearly between adoption and use of energy-related technologies (process innovation in the broad sense) and product innovation in energy-related fields. We take into consideration four energy-related policy instruments (and expected demand for energy-related new products and services). We investigate the possibility of indirect effects of policy on performance via adoption or innovation by interacting adoption and innovation variables with policy instrument dummies. We test our hypotheses not only for the pooled data but also separately for the three countries (Austria, Germany, Switzerland) that are taken into consideration in this study. We find a positive direct effect of investment expenditures for energy-related technologies on labour productivity – that measure intensity of adoption of energy-related technologies – and a positive indirect effect of energy taxes via investment in energy-related technologies. Further, we find positive direct and indirect effects of regulation, standards and voluntary agreements via the adoption of production-related technologies and for technologies for the generation of renewal energy sources. We find neither direct nor indirect effects of the sales of innovative energy-related products – that measure product innovation in energy-related products – on labour productivity. No differences among the three countries could be detected with respect to investment in energy-related technologies and sales of innovative energy-related products. The indirect effects of regulation and standards and voluntary agreements can be primarily traced back to German firms.

Martin Wörter, Tobias Stucki, Spyros Arvanitis, Christian Rammer, Michael Peneder, The Adoption of Green Energy Technologies: the Role of Policies in Austria, Germany and Switzerland

International Journal of Green Energy, 2017, S.1192-1208

Spyros Arvanitis, Michael Peneder, Christian Rammer, Tobias Stucki, Martin Wörter, Competitiveness and ecological impacts of green energy technologies: firm-level evidence for the DACH region

Konjunkturforschungsstelle ETH, Arbeitspapiere, 2016, (420), 31 Seiten,
For a large sample of enterprises in Germany, Austria and Switzerland (the DACH region) we study the impact of policy instruments such as energy-related taxes, subsidies, standards and negotiated agreements, or other regulations on the firm's ecological and economic performance. To identify the causal linkages, we build a system of twelve equations, first tracking the impacts of policy on the adoption of green energy technologies for distinct areas. In a second set of equations, we estimate the perceived impacts of adoption on the firm's energy efficiency, carbon emissions and competitiveness. The results confirm a differentiated pattern of channels through which policy can affect the firm's energy efficiency and carbon emissions, while having a neutral impact on its competitiveness.
Studie von: Zentrum für Europäische Wirtschaftsforschung – Konjunkturforschungsstelle der ETH Zürich – Österreichisches Institut für Wirtschaftsforschung

Michael Peneder, Andreas Resch, Schumpeter and Venture Finance: Radical Theorist, Broke Investor and Enigmatic Teacher

Industrial and Corporate Change, 2016, (6), S.1315-1352
Online seit: 12.10.2016 15:00

Tobias Stucki, Martin Wörter, Spyros Arvanitis, Michael Peneder, Christian Rammer, How Different Policy Instruments Affect the Creation of Green Energy Innovation: A Differential Perspective

Konjunkturforschungsstelle ETH, Arbeitspapiere, 2016, (420)