Prof. Dr. Mario Liebensteiner
Assistant Professorship of Energy Markets and Energy Systems Analysis
Mario Liebensteiner is Assistant Professor of Energy Markets and Energy Systems Analysis at FAU Erlangen-Nuremberg. He is further affiliated with WU Vienna. His research focuses on the analysis and regulation of energy markets and environmental policy.
Previously, Mario Liebensteiner worked as a postdoc and respectively praedoc research associate at TU Kaiserslautern and WU Vienna. He holds a doctoral degree in economics from WU Vienna and studied economics at JKU Linz and City University of Hong Kong.
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Effects of electricity demand reductions under a carbon pricing regime on emissions: lessons from COVID-19
In: Energy Policy 156 (2021), p. 112392
Effectiveness of Climate Policies: Carbon Pricing vs. Subsidizing Renewables
In: Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 106 (2021), p. 102405
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Unbundling, Regulation and Pricing: Evidence from Electricity Distribution
In: Energy Journal 41 (2020)
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Do Intermittent Renewables Threaten the Electricity Supply Security?
In: Energy Economics 87 (2020)
Investment Opportunities, Uncertainty, and Renewables in European Electricity Markets
In: Energy Economics 20 (2019), p. 1-16
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Productivity Growth and Incentive Regulation in Austria’s Gas Distribution
In: Energy Policy 134 (2019), p. 1-15
Integration of European Electricity Markets: Evidence from Spot Prices
In: Energy Journal 39 (2018), p. 41-66
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Vertical Disintegration in the European Electricity Sector: Empirical Evidence on Lost Synergies
In: International Journal of Industrial Organization 52 (2017), p. 450-478
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