RUDOLPH, Sven（ルドルフ スヴェン）
- Dr. in Economics (Kassel University, Germany)
- 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
I graduated from Kassel University, Germany, and hold a doctoral degree in Economics from the same university. Besides working at the university, I was a campaigner for and head of the Economic Council to Friends of the Earth Germany (BUND). As an environmental economist, my research focuses on market-based climate policy and political economy questions. On respective subjects, I have done research in Germany, the US, and Japan, have presented on several international venues, and have published a variety of books and peer-reviewed articles both in German and English. I now teach introductory economics classes and English for Economics.