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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2006Computable General Equilibrium Models for Sustainability Impact Assessment: Status Quo and ProspectsLOESCHEL Andreas; BOEHRINGER ChristophArticles in Journals
2007Decomposing the Integrated Assessment of Climate ChangeBOEHRINGER Christoph; LOESCHEL Andreas; RUTHERFORD Thomas F.Articles in Journals
2006Directed Technical Change and Climate PolicyOTTO VINCENT; LOESCHEL Andreas; REILLY JOHNArticles in Journals
2006Efficiency Gains from "What"-Flexibility in Climate Policy: An Integrated CGE AssessmentLOESCHEL Andreas; RUTHERFORD Thomas F.; BOEHRINGER ChristophArticles in Journals
2008Employment Impacts of EU Biofuels Policy: Combining Bottom-up Technology Information and Sectoral Market Simulations in an Input-output FrameworkNEUWAHL Frederik; LOESCHEL Andreas; MONGELLI Ignazio; DELGADO SANCHO LUISArticles in Journals
2007Energy Biased Technical Change: A CGE AnalysisLOESCHEL Andreas; OTTO Vincent; DELLINK RobArticles in Journals
2006Promoting Renewable Energy in Europe: A Hybrid CGE ApproachLOESCHEL Andreas; BOEHRINGER ChristophArticles in Journals
2007A Symmetric Input-output Table for EU27: Latest ProgressRUEDA CANTUCHE Jose; BEUTEL Joerg; NEUWAHL Frederik; LOESCHEL Andreas; MONGELLI IgnazioContributions to Conferences
2009A Symmetric input-output table por EU27: Latest progressRUEDA CANTUCHE JOSE; BEUTEL Joerg; NEUWAHL Frederik; MONGELLI IGNAZIO; LOESCHEL AndreasArticles in Journals
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