Dr. Sebastian Goers

Senior Expert

Sebastian Goers began as a research associate for the Energieinstitut in 2008 and currently serves as a senior expert for the Energy Economics Department. He holds a PhD in Social and Economic Science from Johannes Kepler University and master’s degree in economics with a focus on international macroeconomics and environmental economics from the Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelm University.

In the course of his dissertation entitled “Assessing the European Emissions Trading Scheme’s effectiveness and efficiency via an analysis of allowance endowment and CO2 price behavior”, he addressed selected research questions on the effectiveness and efficiency of the European Emissions Trading Scheme.

His current work focuses on the macroeconomic assessment of energy issues at the regional and national level and on the evaluation of European energy and climate policy. Additionally, Dr. Goers was appointed as Upper Austria’s scientific coordinator within the energy network of the partner regions Bavaria, Québec, Georgia, São Paulo, Shandong and Western Cape since mid-2013.

Contact:
+43 732 2468 5654
goers@energieinstitut-linz.at

Goers, S., Wagner, A. F., Wegmayr, J. (2010). New and old market-based instruments for climate change policy. Environmental Economics and Policy Studies, 12(1-2), 1-30.

Goers, S., Pflüglmayer, B. (2012). Post-Kyoto global emissions trading: Perspectives for linking national emissions trading schemes with the EU ETS in a bottom-up approach, Low Carbon Economy, 3(3), 69-79.

Goers, S., Pflüglmayer, B., Luger, M. J. (2012). Design Issues for Linking Emissions Trading Schemes-a Qualitative Analysis for Schemes from Europe, Asia and North America. Journal of Environmental Science and Engineering. B, 1(12B), 1322-1334.

Schwarz, M., Goers, S., Schmidthaler, M., Tichler, R. (2013). Measuring Greenhouse Gas Abatement Costs in Upper Austria. International Journal of Climate Change Strategies and Management, 5(3), 246-266.

Goers, S. (2014). Testing informational efficiency in the EU ETS. Journal of Sustainable Development of Energy, Water and Environment Systems, 2(4), 319-330.

Goers, S., Steinmüller, H., Schneider, F., Zauner, A. (2017). Economic Growth and Employment Effects as a Result of the Upper Austrian Flood Protection Building Program. Flood Risk Management, IntechOpen, London, 79-92.

Goers, S., Schneider, F. (2019). Austria’s Path to a Climate-Friendly Society and Economy – Contributions of an Environmental Tax Reform. Modern Economy, 10(05), 1369-1384.

Böhm, H., Goers, S., Zauner, A. (2019). Estimating future costs of power-to-gas–a component-based approach for technological learning. International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 44(59), 30789-30805.

Goers, S., Schneider, F. (2019). Economic, ecological and social benefits through redistributing revenues from increased mineral oil taxation in Austria: A triple dividend [J]. Green Finance, 1(4), 442-456.

Goers, S., Rumohr, F., Fendt, S., Gosselin, L., Jannuzzi, G.M., Gomes, R.D.M., Sousa, S.M.S., Wolvers, R. (2021). The Role of Renewable Energy in Regional Energy Transitions: An Aggregate Qualitative Analysis for the Partner Regions Bavaria, Georgia, Québec, São Paulo, Shandong, Upper Austria, and Western Cape. Sustainability, 13(1), 76.

Goers, S., Chagnon-Lessard, N., Gosselin, L., Barnabé, S., Bello-Ochende, T., Fendt, S., Pereira da Silva, L.C., Schweiger, B., Simmons, R., Vandersickel, A., Zhang, P. (2021) Smart Campuses: Extensive Review of the Last Decade of Research and Current Challenges. IEEE Access, Vol. 9, 124200-124234.

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Goers, S. (2012). Linking national emissions trading systems with the EU ETS: A bottom-up approach for future global emissions trading. ISEE 2012 Conference – Ecological Economics and Rio+20: Challenges and Contributions for a Green Economy”, 16.-19.6.2012, Rio de Janeiro/Brasilien.

Goers, S. (2013). Decentralization and lobbying in emissions trading schemes. 26th PhD Workshop on International Climate Policy, 25.- 26.4.2013, Paris/Frankreich

Goers, S. (2013). Testing informational efficiency in the EU ETS. 8th Conference on Sustainable Development of Energy, Water and Environment Systems, 22.-27.9.2013, Dubrovnik/Kroatien.

Goers, S. (2017). Renewable energy as a driver for regional economic growth and employment. Journée de la recherche – Fonds Nature et technologies, 10.4.2017, Montreal/Kanada.

Goers, S. (2017). Vortrag: Innovation in Education – RLS-Sciences: A multilateral and multilevel approach. International Association of University Presidents IAUP Triennial Conference, 7.7.2017, Wien/Österreich.

Goers, S. (2017). The regional roles and benefits of wind power – A monitoring process for the partner regions Bavaria, Georgia, Québec, São Paulo, Shandong, Upper Austria and the Western Cape. Africa 2017, 15.11.2017, Kapstadt/Südafrika.

Goers, S. (2018). Monitoring on Renewable Energy in the RLS regions. 9th Regional Leaders’ Summit – Energy Transition: Towards a Low Carbon Economy, 17.5.2018, Québec City/Kanada.

Goers, S.  (2020). Title: Approaches for navigating the RLS regions’ energy transitions during and after the COVID-19 crisis. RLS Virtual Round Table on COVID-19, 15.9.2020, Linz/Österreich.

Goers, S., Gauzy, F., Titel: International Network for Government Science Advice (INGSA) Conference, 31st August 2021 in Montreal and online, Title: RLS-Sciences Network.

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