C.V.

Stefan P. Schleicher
is professor at the Wegener Center on Climate and Global Change at the University of Graz, Austria. He serves as a consultant to the Austrian Institute of Economic Research in Vienna.

He obtained his academic degrees from the University of Technology in Graz and the University of Vienna. He held academic positions at the Institute for Advanced Studies in Vienna, the University of Bonn, the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia and Stanford University.

His research focuses on economic modeling and economic policy issues with special emphasis on sustainable structures in the context of energy and climate.

He obtained his academic degrees from the University of Technology in Graz and the University of Vienna. He held academic positions at the Institute for Advanced Studies in Vienna, the University of Bonn, the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia and Stanford University.

His current research activities involve innovative modeling concepts for analyzing the disruptive changes in our energy systems, evidence based contributions to the discussions on reforming the Emissions Trading System by maintaining a database for more than 14.000 installations covered by this system, and extentions of the mainstream economic paradigm towards improved measures of well-being and a better integration of flow and stock components.

For Austria he developes based on the sGAIN model perspectives for a low-energy and low-carbon transformation of the energy system up to 2050 with implications for current policy designs. He coordinated research for preparing the Austrian National Renewable Energy Action Plan, and the First and Second Austrian National Allocation Plan for the EU Emissions Trading System.