京都大学 大学院経済学研究科・経済学部

DEPARTMENT FACULTY

Associate Professor

Sven RudolphActivity Database on
Education and Research

Degree (Awarding Institution)
Dr. in Economics (Kassel University, Germany)
COURSES
TAUGHT
Undergraduate: Modern Economics A/B, English for Economics A/B
Membership of Professional Organizations
  • German-Japanese Society for Social Sciences (GJSSS)
  • Netzwerk Nachhaltige Ökonomie (Network Sustainability Economics, Germany)
  • Verein für Socialpolitik (VfS, Germany)
  • Working Group on Emissions Trading for Mitigating Climate Change of the German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, and Nuclear Safety (BMU)
  • Economic Advisory Council Friends of the Earth Germany (BUND e.V.)
Main field of Research and Instruction

Environmental Economics, Climate Policy, Political Economy

Topic(s) of Research in Progress

The Political Economy of a Sustainable Climate and Energy Policy Mix

Selected Publications
  • Rudolph, Sven/Kawakatsu, Takeshi/Lerch, Achim (2014): Regional Market-Based Climate Policy in North America – Efficient, Effective, Fair? In: Critical Issues in Environmental Taxation, Volume XIV (forthcoming)
  • Rudolph, Sven/Schneider, Friedrich (2013): Political barriers of implementing carbon markets in Japan – A Public Choice analysis and the empirical evidence before and after the Fukushima nuclear disaster. In: Environmental Economics and Policy Studies 15(2), 211-235
  • Rudolph, Sven (2009): How the German Patient Followed the Doctor’s Orders – Political Economy Lessons from Implementing Market-Based Instruments in Germany. In: Lye, Lin Heng et al. (ed.): Critical Issues in Environmental Taxation – International and Comparative Perspectives Vol. VII. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 587-606
  • Nutzinger, Hans G./Rudolph. Sven (2007): Mediating between Political and Economic Science by Societal Order Parameters – The Case of Environmental Policy Instrument Choice. In: Paiva, Amadeu (ed.): Sob o Signo de Hórus – Homenagem a Eduardo de Sousa Ferreira. Lisboa: Colibri. 171-197