Hauke Ward is an assistant professor of industrial ecology. His current research predominantly focusses on distributional impacts of more ambitious climate policies, responsibility accounting for emissions embodied in trade and the role of industrial technology for current and future emissions.
Since October 2019 Hauke is an assistant professor at CML. From December 2017-2019 he was working as a postdoc at the Mercator Research Institute on Global Commons and Climate Change (MCC) Berlin. He has an interdisciplinary background which is reflected in his educational qualifications. Hauke holds a PhD in economics (TU Berlin) and a B.Sc. and M.Sc. in mathematics (University of Göttingen). From 2012-2016 he was a member of the interdisciplinary Collaborative Research Centre (CRC) 1026 “Sustainable Manufacturing” of the Deutsche Forschungsgesellschaft (DFG)
Hauke’s research hovers at the interface of environmental and energy economics, industrial ecology and climate policy. It is primarily based on highly resolved economic network data (multi-regional input-output data). Hauke is predominantly interested in global supply chain networks, economic and industrial sustainability, the role of energy within economic processes and the role that differences in technology play with regard to current and future emissions.
For an overview of the publications of Hauke's work before CML, please follow this link.
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- CML/Industriele Ecologie
- Jakob M., Ward H. & Steckel J.C. (2020), Sharing responsibility for trade-related emissions based on economic benefits, Global Environmental Change 66: 102207.
- Liua L.J., Lianga Q.M., Creutzig F., Ward H. & Zhanga K. (2020), Sweet spots are in the food system: Structural adjustments to co-control regional pollutants and national GHG emissions in China, Ecological Economics 171: 106590.
- Schaffitzel F., Jakob M., Soria R., Vogt-Schilb A. & Ward H. (2019), Can government transfers make energy subsidy reform socially acceptable? A case study on Ecuador, Energy Policy 137: 111120.
- Ward H., Steckel J.C. & Jakob M. (2019), How global climate policy could affect competitiveness, Energy Economics 84(Supplement 1): 104549.
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